We all talk about uploading to “the cloud,” but what does that really mean? And did you know that learning to manage cloud systems was a lucrative career opportunity?
A cloud computing certification from MedCerts will answer all of your questions and teach you the skills you need to start your career in this rapidly growing industry.
The cloud simply refers to the internet. Cloud computing is a system that uses the internet to run programs and store data on remote servers instead of on your hard drive.
People started referring to it as “the cloud” because, way back when, the internet was consistently represented in a cloud-like thought bubble during presentations and discussions of it’s layout and infrastructure.
Cloud computing brought in over $300 billion in revenue in 2020 and continues to grow. According to Statista, all industries are looking to expand their cloud computing services over the next two to three years.
MedCerts Cloud Computing Program (CompTIA Cloud+) is for IT professionals who want to expand their current knowledge and boost their earning power. It’s recommended that you have 2-3 years of work experience in IT networking, network storage, or datacenter administration prior to enrolling in a Cloud program. This is a vendor-neutral certification with a focus on performance. IT practitioners will gain the skills they need to confidently work in cloud computing workspaces.
New opportunities in cloud computing arise almost daily. They exist across industries from healthcare to computer sciences. A CompTIA Cloud+ certification will give you access to those opportunities.
You will gain valuable cloud computing skills that will leave you job-ready. These are the top skills you’ll walk away with from MedCerts.
You’ll receive a Customer Service Certified credential from the Professional Association for Customer Engagement (PACE).
MedCerts offers training in Microsoft Word and Excel, which are two of the baseline skills you need as an IT professional.
You’ll gain an understanding of how to apply technologies and processes that create the right system performance, including automation and orchestration.
Learn to troubleshoot all cloud computing implementation issues like capacity, automation, connectivity and security.
You’ll gain analytical skills to accurately analyze performance data and will learn to adequately allocate cloud resources and implement changes based on your findings.
Managing workload migration through the analysis of system requirements is another valuable skill you’ll learn.
You’ll gain insight into security and how to keep cloud computing services secure based on system requirements.
You’ll learn how to retain and boost your customer base using cloud computing services.
If this sounds like what you’re looking for, then our 6-week CompTIA Cloud+ certification is for you.
You’ll need your course registration papers and fee, a high school diploma or GED and a web browser with secure internet. We also recommend 2-3 years of IT work experience in networking, network storage or datacenter administration. We have a dedicated student center that’s ready to help with any questions.
Cloud computing is an expanding field used today across all industries. Learning these skills can help increase your career opportunities and push you into different roles within IT. Take that step today.