MBA of Virtualization & Cloud Computer Management
Century computer world
is the foundation for next generation computing
as it allows users to run multiple operating systems simultaneously on the same
PC or server.
This course teaches users the nuts and bolts of this powerful system, including
how to install. It gives administrators and developers everything they need to
know to use the Virtualization effectively, including how to configure, run, and
troubleshoot virtual machines.
With this course, students will learn all the skills necessary to use the
Virtualization effectively in corporate IT infrastructures.
Virtualization software allows a single computer to create several virtual,
rather than actual, versions of a computing environment. With virtualization,
one physical machine can host multiple virtual versions of an operating system
and run them simultaneously.
Virtualization allows multiple virtual machines, with heterogeneous
operating systems to run in isolation, side-by-side on the same physical
machine. Each virtual machine has its own set of virtual hardware (e.g.,
RAM, CPU, NIC, etc.) on which an operating system and applications are loaded.
The operating system sees a consistent, normalized set of hardware regardless
of the actual physical hardware components.
Virtual machines are encapsulated into files, making it possible to
save rapidly, copy and provision a virtual machine. Full systems (fully
configured applications, operating systems, BIOS and virtual hardware) can be
moved, within seconds, from one physical server to another for zero-downtime
maintenance and continual workload consolidation.
More companies are now realizing the benefits of server optimization
and consolidation to attain the full potential of their hardware investments.
Virtualization technology has emerged as an effective way of building
consolidation and maximizing computing capacity while reducing server count.
The Virtualization infrastructure approach to IT management creates
virtual services out of the physical IT infrastructure, enabling
administrators to allocate these virtual resources quickly to the business
units that need them most.
Hardware management is completely separated from software management,
and hardware equipment can be treated as a single pool of processing, storage
and networking power to be allocated and de-allocated on the fly to various
In a virtual infrastructure, users see resources as if they were
dedicated to them while the administrator manages and optimizes resources
globally across the enterprise.
It reduces server sprawl,
reduces the quantity of hardware and software to purchase, saves power and
requires less maintenance. But those are not the only reasons that customer
and vendors are interested in virtualization technology.
Also virtualization has a huge potential to improve security.
Virtualized servers make it easier to isolate unstable or compromised
applications, provide fast disaster recovery solutions, offer powerful
forensic analysis capabilities and create cheaper intrusion detection tools.
is Virtual Infrastructure so Important?
virtual infrastructure architecture enables businesses to lower IT costs through
increased efficiency, flexibility and responsiveness. Managing a virtual
infrastructure allows IT to connect quickly and manage resources to business
Virtualization & Cloud Computing Management
Chief Information Officer Role
Installation & Management
Machines (VM) Servers:
Hard Disks VHD
Migration to VMs
who wish to understand the fundamental issues and emerging trends in these
who are teaching or planning to teach a course on Computer Virtualization at
undergraduate or Master's level
undergraduate students, Master's students, and research students who wish to
obtain a sound exposure to the area of Computer Virtualization Management
Information Technology IT professionals
Chief Information Officer CIO.
MBA Benefits for Employees
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MBAs are normally cheaper, but these too can range from as little as
$3,000 a year to as much as $30,000, or even more in some cases.
Looking on the bright side, scholarships, low-interest student loans or
even financial aid from employers are readily available.
If you are the type of person that can handle the challenge of holding
a leadership position, of having a lot of responsibility and of being
in a constant learning and development cycle, then you are probably a
good candidate for an MBA.
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