Cloud training no matter what the system.
Cloud Computing Training
We offer cloud training courses so your employees can build solutions for Azure, AWS, or hybrid systems.
Upskill your talent to deliver next-level business results.
Our School of Cloud Computing offers cloud computing programs designed to provide your engineers with job-ready cloud architecture skills, enabling your technical team to work on both proprietary and homegrown infrastructures as well as build out the systems critical to doing business in the digitally-transformed world.
Programs co-created with cloud computing leaders.
Your path to a strong cloud computing foundation.
If AWS plays a critical role in your organization’s cloud computing strategy, upskill your team in AWS cloud architecture.
Employees learn to plan, design, and implement secure cloud infrastructure in AWS at scale with project-based learning in our various cloud computing courses.
The Cloud Developer using Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program teaches students how to build, deploy, migrate, and monitor applications on Azure to prepare them for Microsoft’s AZ-204 Azure Developer Associate Expert certification exam.
The more advanced Cloud DevOps using Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program instructs on how to test and monitor Azure cloud applications to prepare students for the AZ-400 DevOps Engineer Expert certification exam.
Microservices, Infrastructure, and Open Source Tools
Train teams to develop modern cloud architecture and applications that deliver better performance, scalability, reliability, and security than on-premise networks.
Transform your talent with cloud computing programs emphasizing job-ready skills in cloud DevOps engineering, hybrid cloud engineering, and cloud-native application architecture.
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