Cloud rules everything around us. Whether you’re browsing job boards today or drafting your organization’s five-year tech strategy, you’re going to run into cloud needs. That makes digital cloud training more important for individuals and tech teams than it’s ever been before, and that’s why everyone could use A Cloud Guru.
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Get answers to frequently asked questions about cloud learning below.
Cloud computing is a means of delivering computer systems and their computing power on demand from “cloud” locations or data centers hosted elsewhere rather than a hard drive or server farm you host and manage yourself on premise. Organizations of all sizes use cloud computing for everything from data storage and backup to scaling up the computing power needed for customer-facing applications and more.
There are many learning resources available when it comes to cloud computing. Generally, you’ll want to start with courses or materials that familiarize you with the terminology of the industry, introduce you to multiple learning paths within cloud computing, and maintain an up-to-date library of knowledge, as cloud computing is a topic that is evolving rapidly.
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To understand or master aspects of cloud learning, eventually you will need programming skills, a familiarity with various operating systems and database structures, and at least a basic understanding of concepts like networking or cybersecurity.
Don’t let a lack of familiarity with these hold you back if you’re interested in cloud computing, however. A Cloud Guru’s comprehensive courses and hands-on learning tools help even the most inexperienced novices with introductory-level topics as they start their learning journeys.
With the right know-how, cloud computing skills, and often even certifications, you’ll find a wide array of career paths suddenly open up in front of you.
Many organizations — having just started their cloud migration or invested in improving their products and experiences with the cloud — look for cloud architects, cloud administrators, or full-time software engineers and security analysts for their cloud teams.
Choose the career path that’s right for you by gauging employer needs with your own interests. A Cloud Guru can help you get started — our platform offers IT and Cloud Career Learning Paths to help you along the way.
Want up-to-date industry news in the world of cloud learning? The ACG blog is a great place to read up on the new and notable, go deep on nuanced topics, and get tips and tricks from cloud computing experts.
The ultimate metric of success When defining cloud migration success, it’s critical to keep in mind that mere cloud adoption is not the goal. Businesses don’t adopt cloud just to adopt cloud. It’s the transformative journey you undertake to achieve the goal on the other side.
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