Cloud.U courses will give you in-depth knowledge of the cloud industry—the players, the components that serve as building blocks, the architectures, the services, and how they all tie together.
This module will provide information on the cloud services of networking and security. Topics covered include VPCs, Data security, Identity and Access management and cloud security and the shared security model
A discussion around software progression from monolithic software architecture to cloud native software creation using microservices. Also a discussion around DevOpps and its applicability to cloud environments
This course provides insights on the enterprise considerations to get the most out of their cloud services. Covered will be: cloud trends driving decision making, conversation framework for driving customer conversations and Intel's role in helping customers navigate the complexity of cloud decisions
This course provides a comprehensive overview of Software Defined Networking (SDN). Covered in this course will be benefits and key components of SDN as well as the role Intel products play in helping to enable SDN in a cloud environment.
A CSP networking overview including views of CSP networking topology and network function virtualization. Also included are Data center edge functionality and networking workloads on compute.
This course explains the common types of AI-related services offered by each of the top 3 CSPs. Included in this content is a description of the typical degrees of configurability for different cloud instances and hardware and software services.
This course discusses how Intel® architecture is differentiated and provides business value in a cloud native world.
This course describes the challenges businesses face in building a digital enterprise and how the cloud supported by Intel® technology help deliver strong value in meeting their business requirements.
This course articulates the differentiated approaches to application security by dissecting an application life cycle. The course content discusses typical technical controls that can be applied and the trade off in basic security controls.
This course discusses security specifics in a customer's business verticals including typical security threats and regulations. The course content will help the learner understand the role security plays in concrete business scenarios and be able to identify concepts such as privacy and compliance.
This course explains Intel’s product assurance processes, its history, and role in the overall product life cycle. Also covered will be a history of Spectre/Meltdown, the IPAS process, as well as product design implications of security assurance.
This course describes Intel's resources for extending Kubernetes and evaluating optimized containerized workloads. The two specific tools that will be discussed are the Container Bare Metal Reference Architecture (BMRA) and the oneContainer Portal. A demonstration of both resources will be provided.
This course describes the available Azure services and helps you identify which ones are driven by Intel® architecture. The course also covers how target workload solutions in Azure map to Intel architecture across hybrid and edge environments.
This course provides a brief description of AWS IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS services and how these AWS services map to a variety of Cloud workloads. The course will also have a full discussion on Intel® Architecture in the cloud, hybrid and edge services on AWS.
This course provides a Google Cloud services overview and specifically highlights which services and workloads are driven by Intel Architecture. Also covered are Intel's impact on Google hybrid offerings.
This course will teach participants key concepts of the Splunk architecture and how Intel technology impacts its overall performance in cloud applications. Splunk Enterprise & Splunk Security applications are scalable, high-performance data analytics applications to turn machine and event data into insights.
This module will take a deep dive on current SQL Server configurations, and previews for next-generation design criteria. In addition, the course reviews SQL Server options and decisions in multi-cloud scenarios. Finally, benchmarking strategies and how different architectures can influence the results for the given workload will be addressed.
This 3-part course covers the basics of cloud and enterprise networking functionality including load balancers, web application firewalls, next gen firewalls, VPN, ZTNA, SASE, SD-WAN and CASB.
This course discusses the future of enterprise cloud networking, network as a service (NaaS). The student will learn what NaaS is, receive an understanding of some of the current NaaS providers and develop an appreciation for the Intel advantage for networking in the cloud.
This course dives deep into the role that the ethernet controller plays in processing packets of network traffic on a a server. Each stage in the packet processing pipeline is defined and explored.
This course will articulate the value of an edge connectivity portfolio and how partners can develop and sell a wireless solution to meet customer needs. Topics addressed will be 5G networks, 6G networks and the ability to increase throughput and lower latency wirelessly.
This course explains the difference between single and multicore processor performance and how CPUs and GPUs differ in terms of latency and throughput. Also covered are AI specific acceleration features, real time performance features and the difference between performance and efficient cores.