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Dunwoody College of Technology Introduces New High-Performance Cloud Lab

Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, announces the addition of a new high-performance cloud lab that will give students the ability to learn in a cloud environment that matches what they will find in the real-world.

As more and more businesses move to “The Cloud,” the skilled professionals who can build, maintain, secure, and optimize that technology are becoming an essential part of keeping data safe and the industry moving forward. Training people to respond to those challenges is the purpose behind this next-generation Cloud Lab coming online at the College.

“The lab was originally based on existing workloads in other Computer Technology department classes,” said Curt Gabrielson, Associate Professor, Dunwoody College of Technology. “The system was designed to replace existing, slow, individually managed servers while being future growth-oriented. We realized that this could easily support other classes and departments, so it was developed with scalability in mind. The lab reflects what industry uses for software and hardware: a centrally managed server environment using vSphere with solid-state storage, Epyc Gen3 processors, and fiber-connected redundant datacenter-grade switches that are available on the Internet so students can use them anytime and anywhere.”

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Dunwoody’s unique Cloud Lab isn’t confined to a simulation but is a working, state-of-the-moment, closet-sized, cloud server environment.

The new Cloud Lab will be used in several of the Computer Technology and School of Engineering programs, including Computer Networking Systems, Cloud Engineering Technology, and Software Engineering. It also allows students to work on-site or remotely in the same virtual space. The students can use the lab to create virtual environments, just as they would in the real world while giving them an opportunity to test and defend those environments against cyber-attacks.

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