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I know this post is about a month old but I had the same question a couple of months back. Essentially Linux cloud computing consists of you taking care of other people's systems so they don't have to whether it be a simple individual website or a company's full blown data center. I recently moved to 5 hours north to Austin, TX to take a Linux bootcamp training that the instructor ended up cancelling without telling anyone. That training was supposed to be for this exact topic. While the training didn't occur, I do have a copy of the material that he was supposed to go over before he screwed the group over. If you are already a Linux admin, you're already a step ahead of me as I'm still looking to get hired as one (Rackspace, are you listening?!).
Anyhow, the topics that were supposed to be covered for Linux cloud computing are;
Configure Postfix for local to enterprise level email serving
Register a domain name and provision all relevant translations. A-Records, Mx Records, CNAME, enabling functional ftp, email, and Apache DNS translations
Create simple automated BASH scripts to automate common tasks
Be familiar with common ticket and issue tracking systems used by enterprise business such as Jira, Salesforce, and RT as well as being trained to properly create well documented and complete tickets
Perform basic to moderate troubleshooting on network, MySQL, localdisk, and Apache utilizing "stat", "log", "top", and other common practices
Be comfortable deploying enterprise web solutions via Linux as well as ready to pursue RHCSA testing and certification
Well, that's exactly per word what was on the material that was supposed to be covered. I also went ahead and added links to some of the items in the list to make your learning easier. Congrats on being a Linux admin. As funny as it sounds, it's my dream to be one. Best wishes.