Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Analyst, part of Cloud Computing Career Paths and Certifications: First Steps.
- [Instructor] The next mapping…that we're going to take a look at…is developer or analyst mapping into analytics.…Now what's really interesting…in the world of analytics…is we have this addition now of predictive analytics…that's being enabled by cloud-scale levels of data…and cloud-scale levels of computation.…Again, that means in plain English is…in the past, you had your laptop…or your desktop machine,…and when the hard drive was full,…or when the CPU was fully used,…that was the end of your computation.…Well, the cloud fundamentally changes that.…
And so in addition to basic business analytics,…which can be defined as reporting,…so adding things up,…you know, min, max, sum, so on and so forth,…predictive analytics is the productization…of data mining or machine learning.…And again, if these terms are new to you,…what this means is the application of statistical methods,…starting with something like a linear regression,…where you have a probability of an outcome,…so you predict a value at a probability level…
- Reviewing IT pro, developer, analyst, and architect roles
- Reviewing IT pro skills, including virtualization, networking, and scripting
- Working with programming languages
- Reviewing AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM certifications
- Reviewing cloud career paths
- Understanding emerging technologies and careers
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Google Cloud Platform Essential Trainingwith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
2. IT Pro Skills
3. Developer Skills
5. Cloud Career Paths
6. Future of the Cloud
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