“IC3 represents, in my view, a watershed — representative of the inevitable move to a formalized approach to integrating cloud computing into enterprise infrastructure environments and organizational practices,” said Bernard Golden. “I expect that this training and certification movement will only grow over time and will in less than five years, make cloud computing resemble other standard technology platforms like relational databases and virtualization.”
The two-day event will include technical training, certification preparation and hands-on labs at the Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco. To register or to see details on the IC3 Cloud Scholars program, and discounts courtesy of Intel, please visit www.icee3.com.
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