The Deployment domain in the CompTIA Cloud+ certification covers the knowledge and skills required to deploy and manage cloud-based solutions. This domain focuses on topics such as cloud service models, deployment models, automation, orchestration, and virtualization.
The course begins with an introduction to cloud computing and an overview of cloud deployment models. Students will learn about the differences between public, private, hybrid, and community clouds, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The curriculum then covers virtualization technologies such as hypervisors and containers, and how they can be used to create virtualized environments in the cloud. Students will learn about virtual machine (VM) deployment, scaling, and management.
The course also covers automation and orchestration technologies such as scripting, templates, and configuration management tools, which help to automate the deployment and management of cloud-based solutions. Students will learn about cloud automation tools such as Ansible, Puppet, and Chef, and how to use them to automate common tasks such as software installation, configuration, and updates.
Finally, the course covers cloud security best practices and how to ensure the security of cloud-based solutions. Students will learn about network security, identity and access management, and data security in the cloud. They will also learn about compliance requirements and how to ensure that cloud-based solutions meet regulatory requirements.
By the end of this course, students will have gained a comprehensive understanding of cloud deployment technologies and how to deploy and manage secure cloud-based solutions.