Software Value Engineering, Monetization Methods, Techniques & Industry Practice


Learn how to find new value from software and hardware products, boost corporate revenue streams and become a hero of business growth in any organization. Value Engineering (VE) is a systemic method of monetizing assets. Students learn to work with the ratio of function to cost, and gain a significant competitive edge in our digitized world. With cloud adoption, virtualization, mobile technology advancements and increased end-user expectations, companies are changing the way they engage with their end users and product / solution offerings.

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No prerequisites


Software Development Standards, Quality and Customer Experience Measurement


Meet your anticipated outcomes by understanding how standardization leads to greater collaboration and promotes seamless interoperability, predictability and precision. In this course you learn to achieve software process improvements through the use of the latest software and systems engineering standards, such as ISO, TL, De Facto, IEEE, openGroup, and ITU. Examine the standardization process and issues arising from the control and evolution of standards and how standards can be customized to impact product quality.

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No prerequisites


Computer Networking Essentials


This foundation course covers the concepts and technologies required for understanding today's data voice and video networks. It provides a comprehensive survey of networking standards and protocols used to define, understand and work with a wide range of network topologies such as building or campus networks (LANs), mobile/regional (MANs), and large scale networks such as company Intranets or public Internet.You will also gain a strong foundation in networking protocols, hardware, cabling, industry standards, and connectivity solutions.

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No prerequisites


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Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
ITEC.X400.(3) 4/4/2018 06:30 PM SANTA CLARA 750 Steve Arnold View Enroll

Linux System and Network Administration


This is a foundation course on building and maintaining a server for Linux professionals and system administrators. The focus is on basic network configuration, networking services security, remote access configuration and administration of Linux server. The course covers system logging, inter-networking and services security, which are designed to help administrators ensure that their systems are secure.

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Offering code Offering title
LINX.X400 Linux, Introduction

Information Security Essentials


Information Security Essentials is an interdisciplinary approach to modern information security, covering data, network, Web services, end-point and an introduction to cloud computing security. The explosion of mobile devices has impacted significantly digital and telecom networks; this shift has challenged the limits of traditional data, network and security schemes.

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No prerequisites


Linux System Performance in the Cloud and Data Center


Linux is the dominant operating system in data centers and the cloud. Its robust networking and IO stacks can support high volume transaction processing. Linux has a rich set of resource management, monitoring and tracing capabilities. Well-tuned Linux systems can deliver low latency transactions and high throughput computing, even on commodity servers. This course introduces common methodologies for hosting workloads on Linux in the cloud and in data centers, including workload characterization, system profiling, performance management and benchmarking.

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Offering code Offering title
LINX.X406 Linux System and Network Administration

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Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
LINX.X407.(2) 4/18/2018 06:30 PM SANTA CLARA 980 Amer Ather View Enroll

Cloud Computing, Introduction


Cloud computing refers to a set of services that provide companies and application developers with the means to scale their application's resource usage through the Internet on demand. It lowers the IT capital expenditure while giving users and developers many flexibility, performance and reliability advantages. It is an evolving technology with potentially wide-ranging impact to e-commerce and enterprise applications.


This course introduces students to the core concepts and technologies involved in cloud computing.

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No prerequisites


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Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
IPDV.X400.(2) 6/9/2018 10:00 AM SANTA CLARA 350 Jeffrey S Miller View Enroll

System Virtualization Fundamentals


Virtualization is a fundamental technology underlying most modern computer systems and networks, yet little understood by many in industry. Virtualization products are now being applied at the network level, in storage infrastructure, and for virtualized operating systems. They are helping to meet critical IT goals such as cost reduction, productivity, scalability, and cloud computing. This course builds the foundation skills that IT and engineering professionals need to make use of this important technology.


The course covers virtualization at various levels.

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No prerequisites


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Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
ITEC.X406.(2) 4/9/2018 06:00 PM SANTA CLARA 830 Juan C Gomez View Enroll

Storage Technology in Data Centers


The data center is becoming the hub of Information Technology in today’s enterprises. The industry is trending toward software-defined data centers (SDDC), where the majority of infrastructure is virtualized and delivered “as a service”. Such software-configured, hyper-converged data centers allow IT professionals to meet the demands of scaling, performance, capacity and multi-tenancy. This course is an in-depth exploration of the technologies needed to overcome these challenges.

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No prerequisites


VMware vSphere: Configuration and Management


Server virtualization has become a critical technology to help address IT costs and support the rise of cloud computing. With server virtualization, a single physical computer can run multiple virtual systems, each executing as a virtual machine. Server virtualization enables IT organizations to reduce power, cooling and hardware costs, increase the utilization and efficiency of hardware resources, perform effective load balancing, and ensure high availability of its systems.

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No prerequisites


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Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
ITEC.X408.(814) 4/11/2018 12:00 AM ONLINE 980 Armond Inselberg View Enroll

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