Principles of cloud computing

Tullio Vardanega
Dept. of Mathematics

The advent of Cloud Computing causes apps, services and utility infrastructure to become available via the web, with important changes in the required technology stack and in the use perspective. This short course illustrates the origin of the Cloud Computing, the technology stack that enables to enact it, and examples of concrete applications. This theme should be of interest to PhD students in the BMCS program as all of them, regardless of their specialization, are most definitely users of Cloud Computing.

The course will take a (rapid) discursive journey over the origin of Cloud Computing, the technical requirements that enable it, and will conclude illustrating of exemplary use scenarios that should be familiar to the students.

Course requirements
The course places no restrictions on the background knowledge of participants.

Exam modality

30 May, 16:00-18:00
31 May, 16:00-18:00
1 June, 16:00-18:00

Dept of Mathematics, lecture hall 2BC30

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