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Master in Cloud Computing Online

Live online classes
11-month course
October, 2024

Limited availability | 2 weekly sessions of live classes | Cloud Architecture, Cloud DevOps & Cloud SRE

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Study Plan

Study Plan

Prework: Cloud Fundamentals

The aim of this module is to give students the basic knowledge they need regarding cloud computing and learn how to express their value proposition.

  • Innovation Culture
  • The Art of the Possible
  • Cloud Fundamentals
  • Cloud Security
  • Economies of Scale
  • Cloud Economics and Law

10h.

Cloud Fundamentals - Basic Concepts

In this module, students explore the services, applications and use cases of cloud computing. Students delve deeper into cloud computing and discover the role cloud computing can play in the development of global infrastructures to support large scale use cases, while developing and inventing innovative technologies.

  • Describing a cloud service provider (CSP) and the value they bring to IT.
  • Description of the basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and the shared security model.
  • Definition of billing, account management and pricing models.
  • Identification of sources of technical documentation or support, for example, white papers or support tickets.
  • Description of the fundamental features of deployment and operation in the AWS cloud.
  • Identifying situations where a company should opt for the cloud, and why.
  • Differentiation between on-premise and cloud infrastructure.
  • How to migrate resources from on-premise infrastructure to cloud infrastructure.

42h.

Cloud Fundamentals - Deep Dive

In this module, students explore the services, applications and use cases of cloud computing. Students dive deep into cloud computing and discover the role cloud computing can play in the development of global infrastructures to support large scale use cases, while developing and inventing innovative technologies.

  • Description of the AWS cloud and basic global infrastructure.
  • Description of the basic architectural principles of the AWS cloud
  • Description of the value proposition of the AWS cloud.
  • Description of the key services of the AWS platform along with the common use cases (e.g. IT and analysis).
  • Put key services into use in practical laboratory activities, including:
    • Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
    • Amazon CloudFront
    • AWS Lambda
    • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
    • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC)
    • Amazon Comprehend
    • AWS DeepRacer
    • AWS CloudFormation

42h.

Cloud Practitioner Recap

The course is aimed at students seeking a comprehensive understanding of cloud computing concepts, regardless of specific technical functions. It offers a detailed overview of core AWS services, security, architecture, pricing, and support.

  • Defining the AWS cloud.
  • Explanation of the AWS pricing philosophy
  • Description of the components of the global AWS infrastructure.
  • Description of security and compliance measures in the AWS cloud, including AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM).
  • Creating a virtual private cloud (VPC) using Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
  • When to use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), AWS Lambda, and AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
  • Differentiating between Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) and Amazon Simple Storage.
  • Service Glacier (Amazon S3 Glacier)
  • When to use AWS database services, including Amazon Relational Database.
  • Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Redshift y Amazon Aurora
  • Explanation of the architectural principles of the AWS cloud.
  • Explore key concepts related to Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon CloudWatch, and Amazon EC2.
  • Auto Scaling

35h.

Cloud Architecting

Cloud Architecting deals with the fundamental concepts of building IT infrastructure on AWS. This module enables students to optimize the use of the AWS cloud by understanding AWS services and how they fit into cloud-based solutions.

  • Students learn to make architectural decisions based on AWS architectural principles and best practices.
  • Using AWS services to make the infrastructure scalable, reliable, and highly available.
  • Using AWS managed services to provide greater flexibility and resilience in an infrastructure.
  • Increasing the performance and reducing the cost of a cloud infrastructure built on AWS.
  • Using the AWS Well-Architected Framework to improve architectures that use AWS solutions.

84h.

FinOps & Cost Optimizations

Entering the world of FinOps and cost optimization in AWS. FinOps is a framework for managing operational costs in the cloud, bringing together the areas of finance and operations.
FinOps is a management practice that seeks to optimize cloud computing costs by using tools and best practices to help IT, finance, and business teams transfer financial responsibility to the cloud's variable spending model.

This includes a methodology to align the focus of organizations, a set of best practices for use in the cloud, a global community for sharing resources, and a series of tools to help cloud professionals address financial issues.

  • What is FinOps? Why FinOps?
  • Basic principles of FinOps. The core FinOps team.
  • Differences between FinOps and cost optimizations.
  • FinOps for everyday situations. The FinOps life-cycle. Inform, optimize, and operate.
  • Train for ‘Practitioner’ certification.
  • Cost savings aimed at AWS:
    • Practice Cloud Financial Management
    • Expenditure and usage awareness
    • Tag Policies
    • Cost and Usage Governance
    • Cost and Usage Analysis
    • Cost Visualization (Cost Explorer)
    • Cost and Usage Governance - Controls
    • Automated CUR Updates and Ingestion
    • Cost and Usage Analysis - SQL
    • Cost Visualization - QuickSight
    • Workload Efficiency
    • Automated Athena CUR Query and Email Delivery
    • Cost Categories
    • Cost Estimation
    • Cost Journey
    • Goals and Targets
    • Analyzing Licensing Costs
    • Splitting the CUR and Sharing Access
    • Cost effective resources
    • Pricing Models - Part 1
    • Pricing Model Analysis
    • Pricing Models - Part 2
    • Rightsizing Recommendations
    • Rightsizing with Compute Optimizer
    • Cost Anomaly Detection
    • Amazon S3 Intelligent Tiering
    • Manage demand and supply of resources
    • EC2 Scheduling at Scale
    • Optimize over time
    • Tools: AWS CUDOS and KubeCost + Grafana
    • Feed back

32h.

Cloud SRE

The Cloud SRE module is designed to prepare students for undertaking entry-level DevOps, cloud operations and support. It is also aimed at helping them prepare for the AWS SysOps Administrator - Associate exam. This module underlines AWS cloud best practices and recommended design patterns. Students are shown how to create automatable and repeatable deployments of networks and systems on the AWS platform. It covers AWS-specific features and tools related to configuration, deployment, and deployment.

  • You will understand AWS infrastructure as it relates to system operations, such as global infrastructure, core services, and account security.
  • Use the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) and understand complementary development and management tools.
  • Manage, secure, and scale compute instances on AWS
  • Manage, protect, and escalate configurations.
  • Identify the container services and AWS services available for serverless computing.Manage, secure, and scale databases on AWS.
  • Manage, secure, and scale databases on AWS.
  • Creating a virtual private network using Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
  • Configure and manage storage options using storage services offered with AWS.
  • Monitor the health of your infrastructure with services such as Amazon CloudWatch, AWS.
  • CloudTrail y AWS Config
  • Manage resource consumption on an AWS account using tags, Amazon CloudWatch, and AWS Trusted Advisor.
  • Create and configure automated, repeatable deployments with tools such as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) and AWS CloudFormation.

80h.

Cloud DevOps

This module delivers the skills and knowledge that students will need to balance the requirements of the software development lifecycle, from programming and deployment to maintenance and upgrades.

  • Revision of cloud computing services and models.
  • Description of AWS development.
  • Writing code that interacts with Amazon S3 using AWS SDKs
  • Explanation of AWS IAM.
  • Writing code that interacts with Amazon DynamoDB using AWS SDKs.
  • Explanation of caching with Amazon CloudFront and Amazon ElastiCache.
  • Configuring containers.
  • Developing solutions with SQS and SNS.
  • Writing code that interacts with AWS Lambda using AWS SDKs
  • Creating a REST API using Amazon API Gateway.
  • Description of the use of AWS Step Functions.
  • How to create secure applications.
  • Identifying best practices for deploying applications.

80h.

Data Engineering in the Cloud

This module is designed for students to learn and get hands-on experience with the tasks, tools, and strategies used to collect, store, prepare, analyze, and visualize data for use in analytics and machine learning (ML) applications. Throughout the module, students will explore real-world application use cases, enabling them to make informed decisions as they build data pipelines for their specific applications.

  • Summary of the role and value of data science in a data-driven organization.
  • Recognizing how data elements influence decisions about the infrastructure of a data pipeline.
  • Illustrating a data pipeline using AWS services to satisfy a generalized use case.
  • Identifying risks and approaches to protect and control data at every step and transition of the data pipeline.
  • Identifying scaling issues and best practices for creating pipelines that handle largescale data sets.
  • Designing and building a data collection process with regard to constraints such as scalability, cost, fault tolerance, and latency.
  • Selecting data storage options that meet the requirements and limitations of a given data analytics use case.
  • Implementation of the steps required to process structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data formats in a data pipeline created using AWS.
  • Explanation of the concept of MapReduce and how Amazon EMR is used in big data pipelines.
  • How to differentiate the characteristics of an ML pipeline and its specific processing steps.
  • Analyzing data using the appropriate AWS tools for a given use case.
  • Implementing a data visualization solution aligned with an audience and data type.

80h.

Use Cases & Success Stories

Real world use cases where students can put what they have learned on the course into practice.

48h.

Capstone Project

Apply all the knowledge acquired throughout the Master’s course in your Capstone Project. Carry out a complete project with NTTData, dealing with the problems and circumstances of your own clients, and present the results to a panel of experts.

  • Definition of the idea with an assigned professional NTTData tutor.
  • Selecting the project aim.
  • Methodology approach.
  • Use of market tools.
  • Presentation before a jury of experts.

60h.

*The academic program may be subject to changes in line with the changing demand for specific skills in the market. Your employability is our goal.
Outstanding Mentors

Mentors

David Ollé
David Ollé

AWS Cloud Architect

Master’s in Cloud Computing Director

Carlos Carús
Carlos Carús

EMEA Education Ambassador | Cloud Area Director

Eduardo Varga
Eduardo Varga

Solutions Architect & Cloud Engineer

Daniel Neri
Daniel Neri

Solutions Architect

Manuel Toribio
Manuel Toribio

Cloud Engineer

Ronald Teijeira
Ronald Teijeira

AWS Solutions Architect

*We are always on the lookout for the best professionals in the sector, so the team may vary from one edition of the course to another

Certification Training

At IMMUNE Technology Institute we prepare all our students for Foundational, Specialty and Associate level certifications from AWS (Amazon Web Services).

Academic Information

Acquire in-depth knowledge of the areas of the cloud that are most in-demand on the market. Students will discover the most common aspects and technologies associated with cloud computing from three complementary perspectives: Cloud Architecture, Cloud DevOps, and Cloud SRE.

Program Aims
  • Learn basic and advanced DevOps in the Cloud
  • Go deeper into SRE Cloud
  • Understand databases, artificial intelligence and analytics in the Cloud
  • Understand the core concepts of Cloud Computing
  • Understand and work with basic and advanced Cloud Architecture
  • Design, develop and implement networking in the Cloud
  • Security in Cloud environments
Competencias profesionales del programa
  • Técnico Cloud
  • Cloud DevOps
  • Arquitecto Cloud
  • Cloud Security Specialist.
Career Readiness

The comprehensive training we deliver to our students thoroughly prepares them for the employment market. Through a personalized syllabus, we help them develop professional skills, establish relationships with companies and sail through recruitment processes.

Learning By Doing Methodology

It focuses on the practical application of knowledge and skills to foster meaningful and lasting learning.

Una experiencia única

Utilizamos el storytelling para crear experiencias de aprendizaje memorables que conecten con las emociones de nuestros estudiantes.

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We are not conventional and our campus even less so.
Designed to replicate an ecosystem of startups and tech companies, we have created a Silicon Valley oasis in the heart of Madrid. Come and check it out.

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Cloud Computing Area Director

"Millions of clients use the cloud as a strategic basis for their business or as a catalyst for their digital transformation, yet it is estimated that, in Spain alone, there are more than 3,600 vacancies a year."

Financing

IMMUNE Financing

Full Payment
Pay for the course in a single installment and receive a 5% discount.

9 / 16 Interest-free Installments
Payment can be made in 9 installments for on campus courses and 16 installments for online master’s courses.

External Financing

Sequra
Pay in installments, even if you are unemployed and cannot guarantee the loan.

Quotanda
Pay in installments, even if you are unemployed and cannot guarantee the loan.

Fundae
Pay for your training through the Spanish Employment Training Foundation
*Aimed at active workers who wish to finance their program through the subsidized training program.

FAQs

We are here to answer your questions!

What are the admission requirements?

It is not necessary to demonstrate any prior training for admission, only to go through the admission process consisting of an evaluation of your resume and a personal interview with our admissions team.

Will the tools I need be included in the price of the program?

The tools used throughout the program are licensed for free use, in some cases because we use educational licenses and in others because it is free software.

Is there a careers and employment guidance service?

We have an employability area which, through our Talent Hub program, is responsible for supporting the efforts of our students to enter the employment market. The services we offer include resources to help you search for and prepare for interviews, English tests, resume and/or Linkedin profile guidance, interview and elevator pitch training, and access to our exclusive internship and employment pool.

Do I need prior knowledge or experience?

No prior knowledge is required since all programs start from scratch. It is advisable however, to have user-level knowledge and a keenness for technology.

What are the requirements for my computer?

You will need to have access to a laptop with a camera, microphone and minimum requirements of 8 GB of RAM and an i5 processor.

What is the Capstone Project?

The final project is where everything you have learned throughout the program is applied and consolidated. You will present the project to a panel of professionals from companies in the sector, which represents a unique opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge to potential employers and also to network.

What certification or qualification will I receive on completion of the course?

Once you have finished and passed the program, you will receive a diploma issued by IMMUNE Technology Institute in digital format and verifiable using blockchain technology.

Are there grants or scholarships available?

Yes, there are scholarships or study grants as well as financing options depending on students’ circumstances. Check out our scholarship and financing options.

Can the course be delivered online?

Yes, the program is delivered online with live classes. As such, you will be in direct contact and under the supervision of the teachers, which will enable you to follow the classes and interact in a flexible and natural way.

This program is for you if...

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    Do you want to level up?

    Do you want to stay in your field or sector, but you want to continue learning and explore new challenges? It's time to give your professional profile a boost and align it with the latest trends in technology.

  • Estudiantes del centro tecnológico immune dando clase de tecnología
    Are you finishing your degree, and you want an upgrade in technology?

    We love your profile, because you dare to dream. And in the professional world, fortune favors the bold. If you are an entrepreneur or freelancer, this program will help take your professional projects to the next level. 

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    Want to change your professional career?

    If you want your career to take a new direction and enter the world of tech with a bang, the program will help you specialize and shape your professional profile. 

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    Are you an entrepreneur or freelancer?

    This program will put you in the spotlight, as technology is the engine of innovation and the key to staying competitive in a constantly evolving market.

Admissions Process

Our students are characterized by their passion for technology. Our admissions process focuses on who you are, how you think, what you have accomplished, and then sharing your goals.

Our aim is to get to know you better, see what makes you unique and ensure that the IMMUNE educational model adapts to your profile.

1.
Application
2.
Personal Interview
3.
Academic Committee
4.
Enrollment

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