CloudCheckr, a company focused on delivering savings on public cloud costs while managing the risks of cloud security and regulatory compliance, has taken AWS skills development to a new level by achieving more than 80 certifications in 80 days.
CloudCheckr first introduced a ‘60 in 60’ program back in 2018 and achieved more than 80 certifications in the 60 days. This summer, the CloudCheckr team decided to expand the program and encouraged employees in every department, from DevOps to Information Security to Sales and Marketing, to become certified with AWS.
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“The ‘80 in 80’ program allows employees of all levels to become familiar with AWS offerings, ensuring CloudCheckr is always at the forefront of innovation and understands new services on the market,” said Alana Fitts, director of sales strategy at CloudCheckr. “We constantly provide employees with new development opportunities, and this program is just one example of how we strengthen our commitment to employees, partners, and clients.”
As a long-standing AWS partner, CloudCheckr’s customers would expect the company’s development teams to stay up-to-date on new services. However, CloudCheckr extended this commitment company-wide, and now over 65% of CloudCheckr employees have at least one certification.
DevOps and Data & Analytics
CloudCheckr is also working to achieve two new AWS competencies, DevOps and Data & Analytics. This adds to their existing Security, Government, Cloud Management Tools, and Microsoft Workloads competencies.
“CloudCheckr’s competency and certification achievements are evidence of our competitive edge in the AWS partner ecosystem, and we can say that all employees are thoroughly knowledgeable about the platform and industry,” added Alana Fitts. “We look forward to growing our AWS partnership and continuing to provide opportunities for employees to expand their professional development at CloudCheckr.”
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