Penn State Cloud Services
Penn State Cloud Services provides access to industry leading public cloud computing platforms to enable easy and rapid acquisition, development, and scaling of IT resources. Cloud Services let you focus on developing value-added services and solutions, while reducing the administrative burden associated with purchasing, powering, and maintaining infrastructure.
Cloud computing replaces up-front infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale on demand, eliminating the need to plan for and procure servers and other IT infrastructure in advance. Cloud computing makes it possible to provision necessary capacity in minutes, as opposed to days of weeks, to deliver, store, or share data.
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Penn State's Cloud Computing Providers
Cloud Services Listserv
The L-CLOUDCOMM listserv will be used to send out periodic information from the Cloud Services Team on Service Outages, Best Practices, Office Hours, Training Opportunities and other communications related to Penn State Cloud Services.
Cloud Training Resources
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Amazon’s AWS Ramp Up Guides are role based training pathways that can help teams with directed recommendations on training courses.
Penn State students, faculty, and staff have unlimited access to training via LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning covers a wide range of cloud computing topics specific to AWS, Azure, and GCP.
University-wide training sessions hosted by Cloud Services. Topics will range from best practice for cloud computing to in-depth sessions into specific areas of interest.
Please contact us if you have areas of interest to explore, or have links to content that you feel may benefit the University cloud community.