Seeking Cloud training? Start here.

Suddenly it’s February 2018 – how is your resume looking these days? Learning something new like cloud computing can be intimidating. Especially when you’re learning vital career skills that can impact your future. 

That’s why we released 2 brand new Quests, designed to get you up and running in the cloud. That’s 18 new labs, the perfect way to introduce yourself to the cloud. At the end of each lab in these Quests, you have gained a basic understanding of the tool being introduced and how to use it.

Here are the new Quests:

  • Baseline: Infrastructure Quest: In these ten short hands-on labs, you will get your first-touch experiences with the Google Cloud services. Get training on basic infrastructure building blocks that make up core components of any production cloud environment. Labs like Kubernetes Engine: Qwikstart are meant to give you a “baseline” understanding of what each set of tools can do for you. Perfect if you’re just getting started with Google Cloud, or with the cloud in general! Enroll now.

  • Baseline: Data, ML & AI Quest: Another “baseline”, you will get your first-touch experiences with a subset of the Google Cloud services that provide tools for working with big (and small!) data and machine learning / artificial intelligence services in Google Cloud, like Dataproc and Bigtable. For some labs (including these two!), you can choose to use either the console or command line – your choice, and either option fulfills the Quest’s requirement. Enroll now.

When you finish your Quest, you can add your badge to your resume and your social profiles to show off your skills. Your badge is a cloud credential that represents your “flight time” in the Google Cloud. Act now and be one of the first in the world to add these two badges to your resume:

Google Cloud Training badges

What do you think of the Baseline Quests? Let us know @Qwiklabs – and stay tuned for more new Quests and labs coming soon!

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