Explore career paths and certifications that IT professionals should consider if they're interested in transitioning to a career in cloud computing.
- [Lynn] Hi, and welcome to Cloud Computing Careers and Certifications. I'm Lynn Langit. In this course, I'm going to be your guide, helping you move from your current role, as a professional working with networking or databases or being a developer, into the new world of cloud. I'm going to share with you my experience, having worked myself as a cloud architect, developer, and some of these other roles over the past five or six years. The industry is really hot right now.
There's many different public clouds out there. There's many different certifications. As I've been working as a cloud architect, I have had the opportunity to work with the Amazon Cloud, Microsoft Azure, the Google Cloud Platform, and the IBM Bluemix cloud with IBM Watson. I've learned a lot about what teams need, what skills are in demand, and what you need to study so that you're ready for these new jobs. Let's get started.
- 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
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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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