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Networking and Cloud Computing

Networking and Cloud Computing

Through virtual networks, cloud computing provides on-demand availability of computing power and data storage, giving rise to new business models and unrivaled convenience to consumers. By drawing conceptual diagrams themselves, students will understand the architecture of cloud computing and identify cloud computing business models in everyday services. Students end this course by discussing whether cloud computing alleviates or enforces inequity and inequality. 



Learning Outcomes

- Structure of Networks: Explores components of networks, network protocols, the IP suite, and how the Internet has enabled cloud computing
- Architecture of Cloud Computing: Students are asked to illustrate computing at the local, edge, fog, and cloud levels using conceptual diagrams
- Living in the Cloud: introduction to the SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, and FaaS business models enabled by cloud computing, and identification in students' daily lives
- Disparity in the Air: Cloud computing development is compared against economic indicators on inequity for a critical analysis of the social impacts of technology


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