Since launching the Cloud Engineer Bootcamp and Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp, thousands of individuals have begun their journey to becoming a qualified, certified cloud engineer. These programs offer newbies and experienced IT professionals respectively the opportunity to gain the skills needed to launch their cloud career. With a recent D2IQ study finding “only 23% of organizations believe they have the talent required to successfully complete their cloud native journey”, now is the time to make a move into this rapidly growing space.
Each bootcamp includes five to six training courses, which are offered online, in a self-paced format. The Cloud Engineer Bootcamp training starts with Linux at the operating system layer, and moves up the stack, covering DevOps, cloud, containers and more, providing all the knowledge needed to work as a cloud administrator. The bootcamp is appropriate for individuals with minimal experience administering IT infrastructure.
The Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp starts with containers and Kubernetes fundamentals, moving to system monitoring, cloud native logging, and Kubernetes application management, preparing participants for a cloud engineering job role. This bootcamp assumes participants already have a strong fundamental understanding of Linux and system administration, and therefore focuses on more advanced topics around cloud native tools.
Both bootcamps include virtual office hours with live instructors every weekday, providing an opportunity to ask questions and get advice directly from the experts, in addition to online forums for collaboration with instructors and other students. They also include performance-based certification exams which demonstrate your knowledge and skills to potential employers.