Cloud Engineering for non IT specialists
We will provide you with cloud computing training that is…
EngagingWe will use online collaboration tools to promote interaction and keep you highly engaged.
PracticalWe will include hands-on exercises so that you can learn how to perform tasks in the cloud.
TargetedWe will teach you the basic skills that you need to kick start your career in the thriving, cloud computing job market.
InspiringWe will provide you with clear instructions of what you need to do next to be able to switch your career.
TitleCloud Engineering for non IT specialists.
IntroductionAccording to Gartner Inc., the global cloud computing services market is projected to hit over $750 billion by 2027, up from nearly $250 billion in 2020. An estimated 83% of enterprises has a cloud presence in 2020. The high growth has already created a shortage in cloud skills. According to ITPro, 90% of organizations have reported a lack of skills in multiple cloud disciplines and that the deficit has doubled over the last three years. In fact, the report says that predictions for the short term indicate that 30% of high-demand roles for cloud technologies will continue to remain empty through 2022. The rapid adoption of cloud computing by enterprises around the globe provides long term career opportunities across all sectors.
ObjectiveTo provide individuals with the base skills and knowledge that will allow them to pursue a career in cloud computing.
AudienceHighly skilled individuals who are looking to re-train and change their career (e.g.: non IT project managers, non IT engineers).
FormatOnline instructor led training including hands-on workshops. 4 days, 8 hours a day.
PrerequisitesAn interest in IT and a desire to build a career in cloud computing. No prior knowledge of cloud computing is required.
Day 1: Information Technology in a modern enterprise
• Key IT concepts that every IT specialist must understand.
• Modern IT frameworks and methodologies used in enterprises.
• Key skills to succeed in the IT world.
Day 2: Introduction to cloud computing
• What is cloud computing and how it benefits businesses?
• The three major public cloud providers.
• The global cloud infrastructure.
• Cloud migrations at modern enterprises.
Day 3: Dive into cloud computing services (part 1)
• The cloud computing services landscape.
• The IaaS, PaaS, SaaS spectrum.
• The Network services.
• The Compute services.
Day 4: Dive into cloud computing services (part 2)
• The storage services.
• Big data and machine learning in the cloud.
• Overview of other cloud services.
• What to do next?.
Charlotte is a digital transformation practitioner, with an in-depth understanding of cloud business analysis techniques as used in regulated and unregulated sectors. She has worked in large agile delivery teams with an extended spectrum of specialists including anti-money laundering and KYC, legal counsel, quants, risk practitioners, tax advisors, content strategists and customer proposition designers.
Marcin is a senior IT leader with 20 years’ experience, specialising in Cloud and DevOps transformation. He comes from consultancy background and his key strengths include ability to articulate complex technical concepts and sensitive issues to wide audiences; assembling and leading sizable technical teams across disparate office locations; creating an environment of positive influence where individuals listen and speak openly. Marcin is a certified cloud architecture and security specialist.