Cloud Computing refers to the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. The MSc in Cloud Computing programme was designed to equip graduates with the detailed knowledge, specialist architectural and technical skills required to design and implement cloud based solutions, and services.
The programme content seeks to reflect current and likely future practice in cloud planning and management, the design and management of virtual environments, data analytics, the consolidation of data centres, security techniques in multi- tenant virtualised environments and related areas that contribute to the building of both private and public cloud environments. CIT hosts its own private cloud infrastructure to support the delivery of modules giving students 24/7 access to state-of- the-art cloud computing labs. All lectures are delivered online by academic and industry experts.
This innovative masters programme was developed in conjunction with key industry stakeholders, such as EMC, VMWare and many other companies. The programme offers the opportunity to learn about cloud in the cloud. CIT hosts its own private cloud infrastructure to support the delivery of modules. Lectures are delivered online by industry and academic experts and are recorded for subsequent playback on any device.
Designed to address the widening practical and theoretical skills shortage in cloud computing the programme delivers content that follows best practice in industry. It has a strong applied emphasis which is supported by in-depth theoretical knowledge. The continuing trend of skills shortage in this area is predicted to increase the global demand for cloud computing graduates.
Graduates may also wish to continue to PhD level in this exciting field of study.