CarverTC Cloud Computing Blog

A Cloud Vendor Lock-In Planning Checklist

Posted by Bob Carver on Sep 19, 2017 4:21:41 PM

One of our most popular articles is about cloud vendor lock-in. The lock-in problem is simple. An organization uses and becomes dependent on the tools, technologies, processes, and services of a specific vendor. If you wish to change vendors, or you need to change vendors, you have to replace those tools, technologies, processes, and services you've become so dependent on. You also have to retrain your people to use the new systems, tools, and processes. It's a costly and time-consuming proposition.

We wrote an article earlier that explains why it's inevitable, and how you can mitigate it, but people have asked us for something more, a simple reference, a checklist. So we've made one. In this article, we'll give you a checklist to plan for cloud vendor lock-in and make getting out easier. The best time to mitigate vendor lock-in is plan to for it when you adopt any cloud service. If you haven’t been doing that, you should evaluate your existing services as soon as possible and start developing a plan to mitigate vendor lock-in. This article tells you what to look for. 

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Topics: cloud service vendor lock in planning, Cloud Planning

Cloud IT Training is Protection for Your IT Career

Posted by Bob Carver on Aug 15, 2017 4:51:38 PM

TechRepublic recently published an article that documents a growing fear among many IT pros that cloud adoption is putting their jobs at risk. The statistics from the article are compelling. 28% fear that cloud adoption is putting their career at risk. For some it's the lack of tools to manage cloud services, for others, it's the lack of knowledge to how to migrate workloads, or lead a cloud deployment that drives these fears. Most important of all, the fears are real. 40% of respondents note that their data center footprint shrink as cloud services take over of on-premises infrastructure. But there is hope. Cloud is bringing its own challenges, and those challenges provide career opportunities for IT pros willing to acquire the skills to meet those challenges. In this article, look at the challenges, and how cloud IT training is projection for your IT career.

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Topics: cloud computing training and certification, Cloud Computing Careers

How the Shift to Cloud can Make or Break Your IT Team and Career

Posted by Bob Carver on Aug 8, 2017 5:22:35 PM

In a recent article, David Linthicum pointed out that sometimes the best and brightest don't always get rewarded in the IT world. He points out some things you may have seen as either a manager or an IT employee, and makes one point in particular: 

"Pay is more a matter of how well an employee can negotiate a salary, than a matter of merit or talent."

It's an unfortunate truth in many industries and seems to be very prevalent in IT for lots of reasons. But David makes the point that he's seen some in the IT world who were resistant to cloud being given promotions and put in areas of leadership, while genuine cloud promoters have been left behind. Unfortunately, we've seen the same thing in client's we've helped move to the cloud.

Finally, David makes the point it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, this disruptive change in IT, this movement of services, and data to the cloud, can be a way for IT managers to adjust their organizations by promoting those with genuine vision, and who see the value of new technology. He gives two good approaches to help managers do that. But the question I feel many managers will be left with is, "How do I begin to vet my staff on how well they embrace the cloud?" I also feel that many IT have been asking that for some time, and, after David's article will do more soul searching over the question, "How do I stand out in this sea of change, and make this into a career opportunity." In this article, I'll provide some strategies to answer both of those questions. In my opinion how organizations and their employees answer that question is critically important because the shift to the cloud can make or break your IT team and career.

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Topics: cloud computing training and certification

How to Get Cloud IT Projects Approved [Video]

Posted by Bob Carver on Jun 26, 2017 5:01:17 PM

Success or failure of a cloud computing project, be it a simple SaaS implementation, or a complex legacy application migration, or anything in between will hinge on the technical knowledge, skills, and training of your IT staff. What many CIOs and aspiring cloud project managers don't realize is that winning approval to even start a cloud project can be one of the most difficult cloud computing tasks. Further complicating this is the fact that technical knowledge is not the most valuable asset in overcoming this cloud challenge. How you present the project, how you sell it, is the secret sauce for getting cloud projects approved. We wrote a popular article on this topic a little while back, but we decided to summarize the key points in this video. Enjoy!

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Topics: Cloud Project Planning

4 Ways to Get the Skills Needed for Cloud IT Projects [Analysis]

Posted by Bob Carver on Jun 12, 2017 5:30:48 PM

Tam Harbert recently wrote a good article in Computerworld where she detailed the different approaches five enterprise organizations are taking to upskill their IT staff to prepare for the cloud and other 'future IT' projects. The goal of the article was how organizations skill up their existing staff for cloud, and when they should hire fresh. Since we consult on cloud strategy, planning, and implementation, provide IT staffing, and offer cloud computing training, we see three different perspectives on this issue. We felt these four of these approaches deserved further analysis based on our experience. In this article, we're going to examine four of the ways described to get the skills needed for cloud IT projects. We'll talk about the benefits, and risks of each based on our experience, with the goal of helping you decide which approach, or a combination of approaches might be best. 

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Topics: Cloud Project Planning, Cloud Computing Careers

The Missing Cloud Skills: Getting Cloud Project Approved [SlideShare]

Posted by Bob Carver on May 15, 2017 9:32:49 PM

Success or failure of a cloud computing project, be it a simple SaaS implementation, or a complex legacy application migration, or anything in between will hinge on the technical knowledge, skills, and training of your IT staff. What many CIOs and aspiring cloud project managers don't realize is that winning approval to start a cloud project can be one of the most difficult aspects of the project. Further complicating this is the fact that technical knowledge is not the most valuable asset in overcoming this cloud challenge. How you present the project, how you sell it, is the secret sauce for getting cloud projects approved. We wrote a full blog post on this topic that you can find here. It's been so popular; we also decided to make a companion SlideShare. In it, we quickly break down the issues, show you how sales and presentation skills help, and give you strategies to start honing those skills so that you can get approval for your next cloud project. Enjoy!

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Topics: Cloud Planning

How to Choose Which Apps to Move to the Cloud (and Which Not To)

Posted by Bob Carver on May 9, 2017 11:44:31 AM

In a recent article on Infoworld, David Linthicum wrote about the 3 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid in Cloud Migrations. Not surprisingly, the article focused on application migration. The biggest mistake was moving the wrong app for the wrong reason to the cloud. There are many challenges in moving to the cloud, but moving your apps is decidedly one of the biggest, and it's fraught with the most peril. If your apps don't work well, or don't work at all, you lose productivity. You may loose business advantage or opportunities, and you must scramble to fix the problem. All of that costs you money.

If you're new to the cloud, a bad app migration experience may stifle future cloud plans. For the IT professionals responsible for migrating apps, it may mean a loss of trust. For IT managers responsible for the migration, it may mean the loss of their job. 

The key question from all of this is, how do you choose which apps to move to the cloud, and which not to? In this article, we'll lay out some criteria to help you choose which apps to move to the cloud and which not to.

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Topics: Application Migration

Cloud Computing Security Topics Covered in CloudMASTER IT Training [Video]

Posted by Bob Carver on May 4, 2017 6:01:18 AM

If you're planning to implement cloud computing solutions, a robust understanding of cloud security issues, options, and solutions is essential. Unfortunately, cloud security is one of the most difficult to find tech skills. We knew this when we worked with Logical Operations and the National Cloud Technologists Association to author the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes, so we made security coverage one of our top priorities for the classes and the CloudMASTER certifications. What security topics are covered in this IT training? Check out this video to find out.

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Topics: cloudmaster, Cloud Security

Internal Resistance to Cloud Adoption Might Be Your Biggest Barrier [Video]

Posted by Bob Carver on Apr 27, 2017 6:57:22 AM

In a recent article on Infoworld, David Linthicum asked the question, "Why do cloud projects fail?" The answer he came up with is often "resistance from your colleagues." While there are many technical challenges that can become barriers such as vendor lock in, security, and compliance, cloud project stakeholders are often blindsided by another set of barriers that they don't expect, internal resistance. In this video, we lay out some common problems, and some solutions for managing your organization’s culture to facilitate cloud adoption. 

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing classes, Cloud computing barriers

Cloud Certification Can Help you Enter the IT Pro 'Sellers Market'

Posted by Bob Carver on Apr 17, 2017 4:13:46 PM

David Linthicum recent wrote an article that got me thinking. In his article, In the cloud, you don't need a college degree, he made the simple point that employers need cloud computing skills. It doesn't matter where prospective employees get those skills. It matters that they have them, and can apply thing to implement cloud solutions and solve problems. He made the point that we are in a Cloud IT Professional seller's market.

If you have the skills, you have a lot of options regarding where you work, salary, benefits and more. This raises two questions. For IT Pros the question is, 'how can I enter this seller's market?' For employers question is, 'how can I get the best talent, to address my cloud computing challenges, for the best price, in the timeline I need?'

In this article, I'm going to answer both those questions and talk about how cloud IT training, and certification can be a win-win for employees and employers. I'll also talk about why both might want to think about cloud certification sooner rather than later. 

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Topics: jobs and employment, cloudmaster certification

Security and Compliance Topics Covered in CloudMASTER IT Training [SlideShare]

Posted by Bob Carver on Apr 10, 2017 6:22:45 AM

Cloud security remains one of the most difficult to find tech skills. Remaining compliant in the cloud is one of the biggest concerns of regulated organizations that are in the cloud, or considering a move to the cloud. Taken together, that means cloud security and compliance skills are in high demand and are a great career opportunity for IT professionals. In this SlideShare, we document the in-depth security and compliance coverage included in CloudMASTER cloud computing classes. If your organization needs these cloud computing skills, or you're looking to take the next step in your career, this SlideShare is for you. Take a look and see how CloudMASTER IT training can bring your or your team the skills to safely climb on board the cloud.

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Topics: Cloud Security, cloud complance

RightScale State of Cloud Insights: Training Improves Cloud ROI [Infographic]

Posted by Bob Carver on Mar 24, 2017 5:51:40 PM

We're continuing to look through the findings from the 2017 state of cloud report recently published by RightsScale The report illuminated some trends, and had findings that we feel validate both the need for, and value of cloud computing training. Simply put, training improves cloud value. This is true for training prior to, and after cloud adoption. We put the results in an infographic. Enjoy. 

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Topics: cloud computing training

RightScale 2017 State of Cloud Deep Dive: Costs of Multi-cloud

Posted by Bob Carver on Mar 15, 2017 2:18:44 PM

RightsScale recently released it's 2017 state of cloud report. At CarverTC , we've been going over the findings to see what trends, and insights we can find, and we've found quite a few.  We've found an interesting correlation between the rise of multi-cloud environments and sudden increase in concerns over cloud costs. Organizations' are running more workloads, in more cloud vendor environments. While we believe multi-cloud environments are a good thing, and are here to stay, adding and integrating cloud services is a complex task. It requires thoughtful vendor evaluation, planning, and implementation steps that include both direct and indirect integration with both on-premises services and other cloud services. Some of the rise in cloud costs may be a result a failure to properly evaluate vendors and plan implementation and integration. We'll lay it out for you in this article.  

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Topics: cloud computing training

The Top 5 Cloud Computing Barriers and How to Overcome Them [EBook]

Posted by Bob Carver on Feb 6, 2017 4:26:48 PM

Because we offer both cloud computing implementation consulting and cloud computing training, we have a lot of discussions about how to prepare to migrate to the cloud, or expand the use of cloud services. While each organization, and each case is unique, five issues almost always come up. Three concerns are brought up by our students or clients, cloud security, cloud compliance, and vendor lock in. Another barrier, internal resistance, is brought up our clients, if they've seen it, or us if our client isn't aware if it. The fifth issue, the need to sell your plan in order to get cloud projects approved, is something we always have tell our clients about. These issues are so common we've created a series of blog posts on them, but, last week, we took it a step further. We published a free, 48 page ebook that serves as a step-by-step guide to cloud computing requirements planning. In this article, we'll tell you what's in it, and how you can use it to plan for cloud adoption, migration, or cloud service expansion. 

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Topics: Cloud Planning

The Skills and Tools Covered in CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes [SlideShare]

Posted by Bob Carver on Jan 27, 2017 5:07:26 PM

We've been getting a lot of questions about the three CloudMASTER certification training classes we offer. You can see the outlines for each of the courses at the links below:

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing classes

Failing to Identify Cloud Computing Requirements Will Cost You

Posted by Bob Carver on Jan 24, 2017 4:59:42 PM

Chris Doig, CEO of Wayferry Managment, wrote an excellent article for CIO that discussed five issues related to inadequate requirements identification when selecting enterprise software that can wreak havoc on an organization. The article inspired me because those same five requirements issues apply to cloud computing projects. In this article I'll look at each of the issues, and explain how failing to identify or address cloud computing requirements can cause serious and costly problems for your organization. I'll also give you some tools and strategies for avoiding these problems. 

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing classes, Cloud Planning

CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Certifications Explained for IT Pros [SlideShare]

Posted by Bob Carver on Jan 12, 2017 7:50:12 AM

Since we added the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes to our class schedule, we've been getting a lot of questions about the CloudMASTER cloud computing certifications. IT pros and IT managers want to know what the different certifications are, how the certifications map to different points in an IT career, as well as how they map to different stages in an organziation's cloud adoption. They also want to know more about the overall CloudMASTER certification track. We've broken it all down for you in a SlideShare.

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing certification

Sales and Presentation Skills Are Key for Getting Cloud Projects Approved

Posted by Bob Carver on Jan 9, 2017 5:46:18 PM

Success or failure of a cloud computing project, be it a simple SaaS implementation, or a complex legacy application migration, or anything in between will hinge on the technical knowledge, skills, and training of your IT staff. What many CIOs and aspiring cloud project managers don't realize is that winning approval to even start a cloud project can be one of the most difficult cloud computing tasks. Further complicating this is the fact that technical knowledge is not the most valuable asset in overcoming this cloud challenge. How you present the project, how you sell it, is the secret sauce for getting cloud projects approved. In this article we'll break down the issues, how sales and presentation skills help, and give you strategies to start honing those skills so that you can get approval for your next cloud project.

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Topics: Cloud Project Planning, Sales and Presentation Skills

Internal Resistance to Cloud Adoption Might Be Your Biggest Barrier

Posted by Bob Carver on Jan 3, 2017 4:31:02 PM

In a recent article on Infoworld, David Linthicum asked the question, "Why do cloud projects fail?" The answer he came up with is often "resistance from your colleagues." While there are many technical challenges that can become barriers such as vendor lock in, security, and compliance, cloud project stakeholders are often blindsided by another set of barriers that they don't expect, internal resistance. There are lots of changes that must take place when an organization moves to the cloud. Changes in software, changes in service, changes in escalation, the list goes on. The scope of these changes, coupled with an organization's existing culture, can create internal resistance to cloud adoption that is difficult to overcome. The issues surrounding internal resistance must be carefully, and thoughtfully, managed to ensure they don’t stop cloud projects before they start. In this article we’ll lay out some common problems, and some solutions for managing your organization’s culture to facilitate cloud adoption.

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing classes, Cloud computing barriers

Compliance Topics Covered in CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes

Posted by Bob Carver on Dec 16, 2016 12:36:45 PM

For companies considering moving to the cloud, one of the biggest concerns is remaining compliant in the cloud. In some cases, it's enough of a concern to delay cloud migration, or stop cloud projects altogether. Fortunately, compliance is a major concern for both cloud vendors as well as regulated organizations. Many cloud providers have gotten certifications proving they have compliance friendly processes and meet compliance standards. Others have made serving certain compliance related markets their niche. No matter what your approach, you should be well educated about the variety of compliance issues surrounding moving your data to the cloud. It's about more than finding a compliant provider. You have to assess how a provider will respond during an audit, or if an data breach occurs. The CloudMASTER cloud computing classes on our class schedule discuss all of these compliance issues in detail. To make it easy for you, we put the compliance topics covered into an infographic. Enjoy.

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Topics: cloud computing compliance planning, cloudmaster training and certification

Cloud Security Topics Covered in CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes

Posted by Bob Carver on Dec 6, 2016 5:36:44 PM

If you're planning to implement cloud computing solutions, a robust understanding of cloud security issues, options, and solutions is essential. Unfortunately, cloud security is one of the most difficult to find tech skills. We knew this when we worked with Logical Operations and the National Cloud Technologists Association to author the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes, so we made security coverage one of our top priorities for the classes and the CloudMASTER certifications. What security topics are covered in this IT training? We made an infographic to show you. Enjoy. 

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing classes, Cloud Security

Pay is a Big Reason to Get CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Certification

Posted by Bob Carver on Dec 1, 2016 10:56:07 AM

There are lots of IT certifications out there, and for good reason. They open up IT professional careers, help experienced IT pros move into new career paths, and help prove your skills sets are up to date. Coincidentally, certifications also tend to lead to better pay, more promotions, and increase job mobility. As traditional IT migrates to the cloud, evidence suggests the same will be true for CloudMASTER cloud computing certifications like the certifications that accompany the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes we offer on our class schedule. We've laid the evidence out in this SlideShare. Enjoy.

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing certification

Preparation is the Key to the Challenge of Cloud Data Visibility

Posted by Bob Carver on Nov 22, 2016 10:58:34 AM

In a recent article in CIO, Maria Korolov reviewed the results of a survey from IDG. In that survey, it was no surprise that cloud security stood out as one of the major concerns of CIOs. What might surprise some people however, was the growing concern amongst CIOs, IT managers, and Compliance Officers about data visibility in the cloud. Simply put, with highly distributed and redundant architecture, you don't always know where your data is, especially as it moves around a cloud provider's infrastructure. This can be very problematic in scenarios with sensitive, or regulated data where compliance audits happen regularly. In this article, we'll look at the issue, and tell you what you can do right now, to help mitigate the problem.

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Topics: Cloud Planning

Why CarverTC is the Best Choice for CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes

Posted by Peter Lammers on Nov 16, 2016 5:04:37 PM

As we have recently decided to start offering public training courses, my contacts have been asking me two questions; "Why now?" and, "What makes you better than other training centers."  The first question comes from the fact that we've offered private training for years and have shied away from public training even when our clients have suggested we should do it. We've answered the "why now" question in a separate article which explains why we added CloudMASTER certification training to our public training schedule. This video explains our approach to all the training we deliver, including CloudMASTER cloud computing classes, and why, we believe that makes us the best choice for CloudMASTER certification training. To see our full article on this, click here.

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Topics: cloudmaster certification training, cloudmaster cloud computing classes

Cloud Security is One of the Most Difficult To Find Tech Skills

Posted by Bob Carver on Nov 15, 2016 5:52:17 AM

We talk a lot about the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes that we authored and put on our public schedule. We've done articles pointing out how the classes and certifications map to job needs and career goals, and and we've built infographics detailing what's covered in CloudMASTER training. But we know that's not enough. Where's the evidence? We were waiting to show you. As the year draws to a close technologists, influencers, and industry leaders start to publish survey results and make predictions for the coming year. Some of those articles have now started to come out. The predictions in those articles on which tech jobs and skills are in demand, and which cloud computing issues concern CIOs the most, show the skills that employers will need the most over the next 12 to 18  months. In this article, we'll talk about one of the biggest on the list, security, and show you how CloudMASTER can get you, or your organization ready to meet the biggest cloud computing challenges ahead. 

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Topics: Cloud Computing Careers, cloudmaster cloud computing classess

How to Mitigate the Problems and Costs of Cloud Service Vendor Lock In

Posted by Bob Carver on Nov 9, 2016 9:03:23 AM

Cloud service vendor lock in is an issue that keeps CEOs and CIOs up at night. Vendor in lock (also called supplier or provider lock in) has existed in the IT industry and other industries for a long time. The problem is simple. An organization uses, and becomes dependent on the tools, technologies, processes, and services of a specific vendor. If you wish to change vendors, or you need to change vendors, you have to replace those tools, technologies, processes, and services you've become so dependent on. On top of that you have to retrain your people. It's a costly and time consuming proposition. The prospect is particularly stressful to CEOs and CIOs because it's not an "if," it's a "when."  At some point, you will have to change cloud vendors. That means at some point you will have to deal with cloud vendor lock in. In this article, we'll look at the issues that can arise from cloud vendor lock in, and give you strategies to help you thoughtfully prepare, and mitigate problems that can arise.

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Topics: mitigate cloud computing risks, cloud computing compliance planning, cloud computing security, cloud service vendor lock in planning

Why Get the CloudMASTER Cloud Certification? Pay and Career Options.

Posted by Peter Lammers on Nov 3, 2016 5:35:16 PM

As we've been talking about the CloudMASTER certification training classes we've placed on our public class schedule, we've been getting a lot of questions about the CloudMASTER cloud certifications. People who've looked at the class outlines, and hands-on activities love what they see, but some are uncertain about the certifications. Is it worth it going the extra mile to get certified? First let me say that CarverTC doesn't make any money off of the certifications, or the exam process, as we aren't an exam center. That said, it's definitely worth it to get certified if you've gone to the trouble to take the courses. Why? Money. IT certifications lead to:

  • Better pay.
  • Job security.
  • Upward mobility in your career.
  • More employment options.
  • Employment flexibility.

We've put it all down in this infographic. 

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing certification, benefits of cloudmaster certification

Is CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Certification Like MCSE or Network+?

Posted by Bob Carver on Nov 2, 2016 4:27:12 PM

As I've talked to more IT Professionals about the CloudMASTER cloud computing certifications, I keep getting asked the same question, "Is this an MCSE type of certification or a Network+ type of certification?" IT pros want job skills that will make their daily and future job tasks easier. They also want to make sure that they're keeping up with technology trends, and making themselves as marketable as possible so that they can move up in their current organization, or get better jobs in other organizations. So where does a cloud computing certification like CloudMASTER fit? Is it the new MCSE or the new Network+? It doesn't replace either, but it does have similarities to both. These certifications are as important to professional development and job advance as each of those, but it doesn't replace either. On top of that, there are components of the CloudMASTER certification that make it uniquely compelling. I'll lay all of that out for you in this article.

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Topics: cloudmaster certification training, cloudmaster certification, cloudmaster cloud computing classess

The Skills and Tools Covered in CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes [Infographic]

Posted by Bob Carver on Oct 25, 2016 10:53:55 PM

We've been getting a lot of questions about the three CloudMASTER certification training classes we offer. You can see the outlines for each of the courses at the links below:

But since people are asking, we wanted to put all the benefits in one easy to consume place so we decided to create this infographic. In it, we tell you the platforms, tools, and technologies that you get hands-on experience with. We also show you the skills taught related to SaaS, PaaS, and Iaas. Finally, we show you how the CloudMASTER cloud computing classes address key cloud computing concerns of executives, and key implementation challenges faced by IT pros, and why the classes, and the associated CloudMASTER cloud computing certifications might be a good choice for your organization, or your career. Enjoy!

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing certification, cloudmaster certification training, cloudmaster cloud computing classess

The CarverTC Approach to CloudMASTER Certification Training

Posted by Bob Carver on Oct 13, 2016 5:21:55 PM

As we have recently decided to start offering public training courses, my contacts have been asking me two questions; "Why now?" and, "What makes you better than other training centers."  The first question comes from the fact that we've offered private training for years and have shied away from public training even when our clients have suggested we should do it. We've answered the "why now" question in a separate article which explains why we added CloudMASTER certification training to our public training schedule. In this article, I'll answer the other question, and explain why we're different, and why we believe we are better than other training centers. 

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Topics: cloud computing training and certification, clound computing training, ncta cloudmaster certification

Why We Added CloudMASTER Cloud Computing Classes to Our Class Schedule

Posted by Bob Carver on Oct 13, 2016 5:08:07 PM

We recently posted our first schedule of public training classes. While we've been creating and delivering technical training courses for years, this is the first time we've decided to offer public classes. As I've been reaching out to my contacts to let them know, I've gotten one question, "Why now?" The simple answer is, CloudMASTER cloud computing classes are a unique compelling offering that, we think, could change the cloud computing certification landscape for a lot of IT organizations and IT professionals. In this article, I'll explain why this certification and the training curriculum moved us to offer these courses to the public.

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Topics: cloudmaster cloud computing certification, cloud computing training, cloudmaster cloud computing classess

CloudMASTER Certifications:  What They Are, and When You Need Them

Posted by Bob Carver on Oct 13, 2016 4:57:22 PM

Since we added the CloudMASTER certification training classes to our class schedule, we've been getting a lot of questions about the CloudMASTER certifications themselves. IT pros and IT managers want to know what the different certifications are, how the certifications map to different points in an IT career, and about the overall CloudMASTER certification track. So in this article I'll break it all down for you. Let's get started. 

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Topics: cloudmaster, cloud computing training, it certification