Across enterprises and startups applications are being migrated to cloud platforms on a massive scale. Working behind the scenes are the IT infrastructure and operations teams. They are expected to ensure high levels of application availability, stability, and responsiveness to users by using the latest platforms, technologies, tools and techniques in this area.
Disruptive skills in software development methodologies, cloud technologies and IT automation command salary premiums in excess of $100,000 per year. There were an estimated 460,000+ job postings demanding skills in cloud technologies. The number of postings for skills relating to software development methodologies, including DevOps, exceeded 634,001. Cloud administration and DevOps skills are required to be able to perform well in a modern agile applications development environment.
Duration: 6 Months
Course Fee: $13,000 USD
Source: LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report
Source: LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report
Source: World Economic Forum, Future of Jobs Report 2020
Our bootcamp begins by helping students build a strong networking and OS foundation. It emphasizes design, implementation, and administration of IP networks. Students can become competent at entry level Linux systems administration, and are taught to deploy and manage common applications and services using Linux servers. They are taught many survival skills in programming and relational databases. They are encouraged to develop an automation mindset and build skills to automate routine IT infrastructure deployment, configuration, and monitoring activities. They are also taught infrastructure virtualization across on-premises and cloud-based deployment scenario.
After the foundation phase students dive deeper into three critical competency areas - SysOps administration continuous monitoring and digital infrastructure automation. They are taught skills on cloud architecture, deployment patterns (IaaS, PaaS, FaaS) and provisioning cloud resources. They are taught to monitor the health of IT resources, configuring alerts, optimizing resource utilization and automating the deployment and administration of large fleets of IT resources.
Students who are excited about Cloud DevOps or those looking for a career shift into Cloud IT Infrastructure, should consider this bootcamp. No prior programming experience is required just a determination to persist with demanding hands-on exercises and assignments. Some other basic requirements are:
This program is designed to help deliver job-ready Cloud Systems Administrators and begin to prepare them for a future progression into the exciting new area of Cloud DevOps. The program systematically helps students acquire critical competencies required to take on a role of a Cloud Systems Administrator.
Upon successful completion of all of the assignments and projects, each student should be able to:
This bootcamp is designed to build the core competencies i.e., entry level knowledge and skills to perform tasks for the cloud systems administrator job role. As part of the journey, they build the right attitude that sets them up for seamlessly transitioning to this role, as well as making them aware of some of the best practices that professionals are expected to adopt. The tough challenges that they encounter as part of the bootcamp and the capstone project help accelerate their experience. As part of our holistic approach, we help prepare students not just with technical competencies, but also the complementary engineering and behavioral competencies.
We emphasize, that successfully completing this bootcamp is not just about attending live sessions alone – it is also about following through and completing the hands-on assignments and projects. For an assignment to be considered complete, students must refactor their solution after getting it reviewed. Assignment completion is necessary to move forward.
Question 1What is Auburn University Office of Professional & Continuing Education (OPCE) relationship with Stackroute Learning?
Auburn University Office of Professional & Continuing Education (OPCE) has partnered with Stackroute Learning to deliver quality technical bootcamps.
Question 2How is my academic progress measured and monitored?
The academic progress of a student is governed by the provisions contained in the Student academic progress policy (SAP) in vogue at the time of enrollment detailed in the latest student manual available here Student Manual. The SAP policy details the academic commitment expected of a student on a weekly basis in terms of assignments to be submitted for review and feedback
Question 3What do I get at the completion of the program?
You will receive a Certificate of Completion from Auburn University OPCE
Question 4When are the bootcamps currently scheduled to start?
Cohorts in each of the various virtual program tracks (Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Cloud Systems Administration and Web Development) typically start every month. Please call 1-334-746-6173 to get more details
Question 5Can I keep working while studying in the program?
Yes, our virtual programs are designed specifically to address the challenges of individuals who are employed but actively pursuing a career change or advancement in their existing field. The part-time schedule allows you to continue working or pursue other interests, while advancing your skills through your active participation in the program
Question 6How long does the program take to complete?
Students are expected to complete the program in 6 – 7 months depending on the program.
Question 7What is the tuition or cost for the program?
The cost of the program is $13,000 USD
Question 8Do you provide career planning support?
Yes, we offer students career support and coaching throughout the duration of the program. Students have an opportunity to develop a working relationship with a career advisor to discuss resume building, job sourcing, interview techniques and salary negotiations.
Question 9How are you different from other programs I can join or other locations?
What makes our bootcamp different is our extensive relationships with leading global companies that hire information technology professionals. Our decades long relationships with global companies provides us with insight and understanding of the specific skills that many employers are demanding as part of their digital transformation efforts. Working with companies, we built our programs to embed these mission critical skills and abilities into our programs so that students who successfully complete the program can be prepared for many entry level jobs in today’s technology-focused workforce.
Question 10What criteria do you look for in potential students applying to the program?
We believe the main criteria for success in our bootcamp is your effort and determination to succeed, as well as time. You will need to be prepared to dedicate the necessary time to the program in order to be successful (typically between 10-12 hours per week)
Question 11How much time should I expect to dedicate to this program?
Our program requires you to participate in
For a total expected time commitment of 12-15 hours per week.
Question 12Do I need to possess an undergraduate degree to be eligible for the program?
No. You are required to possess a High School Diploma from an accredited institution or a GED, as well as being proficient in spoken and written English.
Question 13Do I need to have previous experience in information technology before enrolling in one of the virtual programs?
No specific experience is needed as long as you are determined and eager to learn.
Question 14Will I need to purchase books?
All materials and access to virtual labs and other learning environment will be provided to you and are included in the tuition/cost of the bootcamp.
Question 15Are there any scholarships available?
Students who elect to pay their tuition in advance of starting the program are eligible to receive a discount on the published tuition.
Question 16Who are the faculty for the programs?
Our faculty (Lead Mentors/Instructors) are typically working professionals who are subject matter experts in their field. They are encouraged to bring real-world experience and situations into our classrooms to expose our students to projects and challenges that replicate the experiences you may have as a working professional in the information technology sector.
Question 17Are the courses available online or in person?
Courses are available 100% virtually with live online sessions.
Question 18I’m an employer. How can I hire one of your students or become a hiring partner?
You can contact one of our Career Services professionals at email@example.com
Question 19Do I need my own computer?
You will need an appropriately configured PC with webcam, headset, and uninterrupted internet connection. Required specifications for your PC are as follows:
Question 20Can I use Mac Book for the program?
We recommend the use of Windows Machine for better experience throughout the program. Should you use the Mac Book, we may not be able to provide the technical support.
Question 21Do I need to purchase any application / software before starting the program?
If you have enrolled in the Data Analytics program, you must have a working copy of Microsoft Excel installed. You do not need to purchase any application for the other tracks.
Question 22Can I use the free Excel version from Office 365?
Although Excel is offered free of charge from Office 365, the tool is different in some regards from the Desktop version. You may not be able to perform tasks as demonstrated by the instructor in the Online version. You will additionally have a lot of difficulty downloading and uploading data files to and from both the learning portal and Office 365. For this reason, we recommend using the Downloadable version of Excel program. Additionally, you may not find any support if you decide to use the Office 365 version.