Many types of research show shat education in the field of cloud technologies is becoming increasingly important, especially because the current pandemic emphasized the need for organizational changes and transformation processes in the companies.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platforms, offering many fully-featured services from data centers globally. AWS customers, including startups, enterprises as well as government agencies are using AWS to lower costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.
The AWS Partner Network is the global community of partners who leverage Amazon Web Services to build solutions and services for customers. AWS partners are uniquely positioned to help businesses by accelerating their journey to the cloud.
This is the reason why we are especially proud that this March Algebra became a part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Training Partner Program.
Following the AWS Partner Network’s goals and mission, Algebra will contribute to transformational processes in companies and the implementation of cloud-based services by providing educations for business stakeholders, decision-makers, and IT experts. To mark the beginning of described activities and educations, Algebra organized and held an online event – AWS Discovery Day. The event was held on 18th March 2021, and during the event Algebra’s AWS Certified Instructors introduced the participants to the concepts of AWS cloud computing and basic infrastructure services. AWS Discovery Day especially benefited those who have recently opted for AWS and who aim to learn more about the basics of the AWS cloud platform.
The AWS training offered by Algebra will be conducted by Algebra’s AWS Certified Instructors. Content of the training has been created and will be maintained by AWS experts, which assures the highest quality of training, as well as the compatibility with current practices in the sector.
Educational seminars from the AWS portfolio are available in three levels related to the level of expertise – foundational, associate, and professional, as well as for several different specializations such as data analytics, machine learning, security, and similar fields. This is the opportunity for all IT experts to choose educational programs they want to attend from more than 500 available AWS educations.
To contribute to more frequent use of cloud-based services, Algebra already cooperates with Microsoft and Google. Along with the future cooperation with the AWS, Algebra aims to contribute to raising awareness about the advantages of using cloud technologies but also to provide training for business stakeholders and IT experts and therefore encourage them to implement cloud-based services. By doing so, Algebra increases the opportunities for all who want to become IT experts to attend training in the field of cloud technologies and to obtain certificates for cloud services.
DIHUB project aims to connect students, education providers, and businesses and stimulate their collaboration in order to develop and implement cloud-based innovation projects. Providing AWS training to interested experts and business stakeholders is one of Algebra’s ways to contribute to more frequent and comprehensive implementation of cloud-based technologies and solutions, which is also one of the DIHUB project goals.