We all know the key to future-proofing your career in the tech business is to stay up to date with the latest cloud processes and innovations. With this in mind, Google, in conjunction with their South African Google Cloud Partners, invite you to an introductory developer training event in Cape Town on the 28th.
//Cloud OnBoard is a free full-day instructor-led enablement and training event that will provide you with a step-by-step technical introduction to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Through a combination of instructor-led presentations and technical demonstrations, you will learn how to get started with Google App Engine, Datastore, Storage, Container Engine, Compute Engine and Network, Big Data and Machine Learning.
//Cloud OnBoard has been designed for IT Managers, Systems Engineers and Operations professionals, Developers, Solution Architects and modern business leaders who are exploring cloud solutions or are new to Google Cloud Platform. Leveraging the GCP Fundamentals course, the event will provide you with the technical training you need to get started as well as give you access to tips and tricks, industry best-practice and questions and answers from the GCP team.
Hywel Glyn-Jones CEO of Opennetworks, South Africa’s only Premier Google Cloud Partner, said, “Google Cloud has a thriving Partner ecosystem, and many of the Partners will be exhibiting during the training to offer local support for developers of all levels of experience. Although the perception in South Africa is that Google is new in the Cloud space, the reality is that Google Cloud is globally the clear leader in areas such as analytics, big data and ML and has the biggest Cloud infrastructure internationally. This training opportunity is a great way to get an in depth, technical overview of the Google Cloud offering.”
Event: //Cloud OnBoard
Date: Thursday, 28 September 2017
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town
From: 09:00 – 18:00
To attend you need to register beforehand. Go to opennetworks.com