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Cloud Deployment and Management (CIS 591) is a Course

Cloud Deployment and Management (CIS 591)

Nov 7 - Dec 13, 2022

$3,000 Enroll

Full course description


November 7, 2022


5 1/2 weeks






Cloud Deployment and Management

Develops expertise in deploying and managing cloud technologies. Emphasizes best practices and design patterns of cloud operations to give students a foundation to deploy, maintain, migrate, problem-solve, and troubleshoot for cloud-based solutions. Covers topics regarding the creation of automatable and repeatable deployments of networks and systems on cloud platforms.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Design and deploy a cloud infrastructure that suits a given set of organizational requirements
  • Optimize cloud infrastructure for reliability, security, operational excellence, performance
  • efficiency and cost
  • Identify opportunities to apply common cloud network design patterns

Financial Aid

Unfortunately, federal financial aid is not available for certificate or professional development programs.


Meet the instructors

Srinivasan Radhakrishnan, Lecturer

Srini Radhakrishnan is a Lecturer in Information systems with the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU. Srini has over 25 years of information technology management experience at a variety of companies including, Intel, SAP and Hewlett Packard. He is certified by the Project Management Institute and Amazon Web Services as a Project Manager and Cloud Practitioner. He has also authored several book in the information technology and management area. Srini uses his industry experience to enrich the courses he teaches

Tamuchin McCreless, Clinical Assistant Professor

Tamuchin McCreless is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems in the W.P. Carey School of Business for ASU. He joined ASU as a faculty member in 2018 and also received his Ph.D. from ASU in 2012. He has spent a decade working in the healthcare industry as an analyst and consultant. Tam has published research in the Communications of the Association for Information Systems and in several conferences, and has contributed to medical studies in diabetes which rely on the use of historical patient data.