IIT Guwahati launches certificate programme in Cloud Computing and DevOps

Ayush Katiyar
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They aim to meet the increased need for new-age digital skills in the Indian market by doing this. Candidates can apply at simplilearn.com/professional-certificate-program-cloud-computing-devops or eict.iitg.ac.in.


The Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati's Electronics and ICT Academy has teamed with Simplilearn, a digital skills training company, to create a professional certificate programme in Cloud Computing and DevOps.


They aim to meet the increased need for new-age digital skills in the Indian market by doing this. The course will provide a thorough curriculum as well as hands-on experience through real-world capstone projects. Candidates can apply at simplilearn.com/professional-certificate-program-cloud-computing-devops or eict.iitg.ac.in.


Candidates should have a bachelor's degree with a minimum grade point average of 50 per cent. The course costs Rs 1,24,999 (VAT included). The first cohort's live sessions will start on October 7. Prior to that, many inductions will take place beginning September 5. There is no limit on the number of students.


Live workshops, self-paced videos, hands-on assignments with more than 40 projects, three industry-oriented capstone projects to choose from, and sandboxed cloud labs will all be available over the six-month programme.


At the E & ICT Academy of IIT Guwahati, there will be masterclasses from university experts as well as a three-day campus immersion programme. At the conclusion of the programme, candidates will be awarded a certificate of completion.


The course will provide candidates with an understanding of tools such as AWS Cloud Formation, SQL, Azure Resource Manager, AWS IAM, Virtual Machines, DNS, and others.


According to Gartner's most recent data, there are almost 1,01,000 Cloud and DevOps job openings worldwide. The domain's job market is expected to develop at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20 per cent by 2030, according to Fortune Business Insights.