Cloud foundry throws the biggest opportunity to experience cloud-native certified developer program; this allows few other companies to organize the event on their own platform with their own data centre. Cloud foundry certified session will be partnered with the Linux Foundation, who is solely responsible in providing training and certifying developers on open source software through its eLearning infrastructure.
Cloud-Foundry recently announced the launch of its “Cloud Foundry Certified Developer” session, with the hope to build the world –class skilled developers. We see few established firms like- Dell EMC, IBM, SAP and Pivotal joining the event offered by Cloud Foundry- “the world’s largest cloud native developer” program as it is called.
“Companies need developers with the skills to build and manage cloud-native applications, and developers need jobs, we pinpointed this growing gap in the industry and recognized our opportunity to give both developers and enterprises what they need.” said chip childers CTO Cloud Foundry.
The motive behind to introduce cloud foundry certified session is to give platform for experienced developers and beginners to showcase their skill in open source cloud at one stage.
The certified exam will take place for four hours online with $300 as registration fee. Developers can register for eLearning course which will be available on from June 13th with $500 for registration. The course will cover topics on Cloud Foundry basics, cloud-native application security, application management and container management. Later a test is taken on developer skill to modify changes on Java, Node.js and Ruby applications. The one who is smart in understanding and solve simple problems will definitely find a job in best cloud foundry companies.
The exam will be conducted in-person at the Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley on June 13-15, 2017. So why to wait? Go get it.
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