About This Chapter
Cloud, Fog & Mist Computing - Chapter Summary
Our chapter on cloud, fog and mist computing provides you with handy resources you can use for your corporate training needs. Learners will find information on the advantages of cloud computing as well as an example of the product cloud. Along with each lesson is a quiz for quick self-assessment.
How It Helps
- Provides easy access: Keep everyone on the same page on cloud, fog and mist computing regardless of their schedules and locations by using this highly accessible corporate training chapter.
- Offers knowledge: Your employees will review mist computing, fog computing and hybrid cloud computing when they access these lessons.
- Builds confidence: Team members who fully understand the concepts that make up their jobs are more confident and productive when completing them.
This chapter is designed to ensure your employees know how to:
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing
- Differentiate between public, private and hybrid cloud computing
- Utilize the product cloud and the internet of things
- Define mist computing
- Provide an example and definition of fog computing
1. What is Cloud Computing? - Definition, Advantages & Disadvantages
In this lesson, we'll look at cloud computing, which is an area of computer technology focused on providing computer services over the Internet. Following the lesson, you can take a quiz.
2. Public, Private & Hybrid Cloud Computing
The Cloud is on every business leader's mind these days. It represents opportunity and presence. In this lesson, we'll take a look at the Cloud and the various permutations it can take.
3. Mist Computing: Definition & Example
In this lesson, you will define the concept of mist computing within the realm of cloud computing. Examples of mist computing are provided, including interactions with the cloud.
4. Fog Computing: Definition & Example
Fog computing extends an organization's network, creating speedier data processing. In this lesson, you'll learn more about fog computing and how it can be used to make businesses more efficient.
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