Manuel W. Lloyd, Certified ITIL® ITSM Expert to provide expert webinars on IT Service Management In Cloud Computing., the world’s largest professional certifications company. is an Onalytica Top 20 influential brand with a library of 400+ courses, and they have helped 500,000+ professionals advance their careers, delivering $5 billion in pay raises.

Manuel will be providing webinar sessions on the pros and cons of cloud computing across the entire lifecycle of ITIL® service strategy, service design, service transition, service operation, and continual service improvement.

 There will be eight webinars in the series over the course of 2017. Each webinar will be pack full of great information and can be used immediately for those with ITIL® training or certification from the Foundation Level up to the Master Level. Attending each webinar is free and listening to the entire eight series set will indeed give you the competitive edge.

Manuel will cover the below cloud models and how you and your organization can be operationally efficient and effective by aligning cloud with ITIL® to provide faster, leaner, agile, secure, and more hassle-free ways to work:

  • Private cloud—These are clouds provided by a cloud service provider to a single organization over a network that is owned by that organization or its service provider. The cloud could be provided by an internal service provider (internal private cloud) or an outsourcer (external private cloud). This type of cloud has many of the benefits of cloud (on-demand flexible services) without many of the disadvantages (risk and security)

  • Community cloud—The cloud infrastructure is owned and operated by or on behalf of a group of organizations that share common concerns or practices. An example is a group of universities that provide a similar range of services to their students and academic staff.

  • Public cloud—The cloud infrastructure is owned by a service provider who sells a standard range of services to a number of organizations or to the general public.

  • Hybrid cloud—This type of cloud is where two or more of the types of cloud infrastructure, generally owned by different organizations, are combined for the specific purpose of porting data, applications or services.

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