PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 27, 2013) - Cloud Computing has significant benefits for organizations ranging from improving cost efficiency to the development of completely new business models that leverage cloud. With the adoption of cloud there are many factors to take into consideration to ensure success, one of them being the organizational skills gap related to cloud computing. The Cloud Credential Council aims to minimize the skills gap through world-class cloud training and certification. The CCC does this by working with its members such as VMware, Deloitte and other cloud experts from leading technology organizations to define the required cloud competences, and subsequently to develop cloud courses and exams.
"The Cloud Credential Council® will release five professional level cloud certifications this year: CCC Professional Cloud Developer, Solutions Architect, Administrator, Service Manager, and Security/Governance. The draft syllabi are now available for public review until April 21, 2013 (http://www.cloudcredential.org/en/working-groups/syllabi-review) and we welcome all cloud experts to download the syllabi and provide your input/feedback to further refine before final release," says Executive Director Marcel Heilijgers.
About the Cloud Credential Council®
The Cloud Credential Council® is leading the way in defining global cloud training and certification standards. Together with its members the CCC defines cloud competences, develops training and certification and is expanding its global partner ecosystem of partners, trainers and courseware providers. Organizations rely on the CCC to help accelerate successful cloud adoption by minimizing the skills gap related to cloud of IT -- and business professionals. The Cloud Credential Council® is headquartered in Silicon Valley with representation across the world and can be found online at www.cloudcredential.org.