EMC Academic Associate Exam Description  - Cloud Infrastructure and Services
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Cloud Infrastructure and Services Offered thru EMC Academic Alliance. More via https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-32967 ...

Cloud Infrastructure and Services Offered thru EMC Academic Alliance. More via https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-32967

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  • 1. EMC Academic Associate Cloud Infrastructure and Services Test Overview This test focuses on infrastructure, service management, security, and migration strategy for cloud computing. It includes the Virtualized Data Center building blocks – Virtual Compute, Storage, Network, Desktop, and Application – along with details on Classic Data Center environment. A limited number of questions refer to product examples that are used in the training to reinforce the knowledge of technologies and concepts. Successful candidate will be awarded the EMC Academic Associate recognition. Total # of Questions: 35 Passing Score: 70% Duration: 90 minutes Recommended study materials: Cloud Infrastructure and Services student guide Test Topics Topics likely to be covered on this exam include:  Journey to the Cloud and Cloud Primer  Business drivers and characteristics of Cloud  Phases and activities of journey to the Cloud  Cloud deployment and service models  Cloud benefits and challenges Classic Data Center  RAID Technology and intelligent storage system  Storage Networking options: DAS, FC and IP SAN, NAS, FCoE, and unified storage  Backup and Replication  Data Center management in classic environment Virtualized Data Center  Compute virtualization  Storage virtualization and virtual provisioning  Network virtualization including virtual LAN and SAN  Desktop and application virtualization  Business Continuity in a virtualized environment Cloud Services and Management  Cloud infrastructure, service creation and management  Cloud security concerns, solution, and best practices  Best practices and consideration for migration to the Cloud