CloudThat Offers Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing Training Class to Unemployed or Job Seeking American IT Professionals of Tampa Bay at No Charge
July 13, 2016
To provide U.S. citizens an increased opportunity to advance beyond an unexpected career shift, CloudThat is delivering a Microsoft Azure Boot Camp training course at no charge for displaced American IT professionals.
TAMPA, FL (July 13, 2016) – CloudThat (www.cloudthat.com), the premier choice for training solutions that prepare IT professionals to tackle complex cloud challenges, wants to help fellow technology professionals near its Americas Headquarters in Tampa. CloudThat is providing a 2-weekend course (Microsoft Azure Certification Boot Camp for Exams 70-533 & 70-534) in a virtual classroom as an instructor-led online training course at no charge to the first 20 people who sign up and qualify. To qualify, applicants must be a U.S. citizen who has been displaced or is looking for a new employment opportunity, and also meets the technical experience prerequisites. The course will be conducted on July 30-31 and August 6-7.
The company hopes to pay it forward as it builds its business in Tampa Bay. Job placement assistance upon gaining Azure certification will also be provided.
“We want U.S. citizens to have access to the same cloud technology training we are delivering in other markets around the world, including India, Singapore, and UK,” says Bhavesh Goswami, Co-Founder & CEO at CloudThat. “While increased global comptition and automation reduces IT jobs for U.S. citizens, WANTED Analytics reported that there are an estimated 3.9 million cloud computing jobs in USA. We are confident we can improve our trainees’ chances at securing their next opportunity while introducing ourselves to the Tampa tech community.Goswami is an alumni of the University of South Florida. He is interested in increasing opportunities for IT professionals in West-Central and Central Florida, and elsewhere in the United States. CloudThat is currently evaluating expansion of its cloud services and training operations through its Americas headquarters, located in Tampa, Florida.
The CloudThat course being offered prepares candidates for Microsoft Azure Exam 70-533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions and Exam 70-534: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions.
The class will be held over two weekends, July 30-31 and August 6-7 from 9am EST to 5pm EST. The actual value of the course is $2,495 which is offered free to 20 participants.
To register, IT professionals should apply at CloudThat.com/tampaazure which will begin the signup process. More information about the Microsoft Azure Certification Boot Camp for Exams 70-533 & 70-534 training course can also be found there.
With over 5,000 students trained, CloudThat’s course offerings in Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), OpenStack, Big Data and more provide the skills required to leverage cloud technologies.
CloudThat’s Americas office can be reached at (877)355-0124 and more information can be found at www.CloudThat.com.
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Co-founded in 2012 by a previous member of the Amazon Web Services S3 engineering team and Microsoft’s Infrastructure team, CloudThat’s team of experts provide cloud consulting and training services for mid-market and enterprise clients around the world. With expertise in major cloud platforms including Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and OpenStack, CloudThat is uniquely positioned to be the single technology source for organizations looking to utilize the flexibility and power cloud computing provides. CloudThat is a Microsoft Learning Partner, AWS Consulting Partner, MongoDB Ready Partner, and RedHat Certified Training Partner. Visit www.CloudThat.com for more info.