Higher Learning

Preparing Your People for the Public Cloud

  • On-Demand
  • CloudCheckr Live
  • Free to Watch
What you’ll learn


  • Where to get started with cloud training & certification
  • How to build a cloud team (or retrain your existing team)
  • Cloud operations roles and responsibilities

There’s a lot to know about cloud operations. Is your team up for the challenge?


Whether they’re sysadmins, developers, just coming to the IT field, or seasoned data center pros, your team members are the planners of the new way to build information technology systems.

They will design the future of an application, an ecosystem, a product, or an enterprise. They will analyze cloud offerings, cloud providers, third-party vendors, and objectives. They’ll design for eliminating failure, stateless environments, auto-scaling, flexibility, security, and accountability.

Higher Learning: Preparing Your People for the Public Cloud features experts in professional development, training, and certification in a roundtable discussion. They share their experience building workforce learning and development programs that put your people on the learning path to cloud adoption success.

Meet the Speakers

Our panel of experts will inspire you to push boundaries and create exceptional customer experiences using the power of the public cloud.


What is CloudCheckr Live?

CloudCheckr Live is our new remote learning series—connecting you with experts across timezones—to bring the latest insight and education, in a roundtable discussion, on accelerating cloud adoption across enterprises, public sector, and managed services.

About CloudCheckr

Manage your entire cloud infrastructure—in one place.

We deliver total visibility—across multiple public clouds and hybrid workloads—making immediate cost savings achievable from the most complex cloud infrastructure. From government agencies to large enterprise and managed service providers, CloudCheckr customers deploy our SaaS solution, CloudCheckr CMx, to secure, manage, and govern the most sensitive environments in the world.