Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
The Cloud Competence Framework Workshops 2012
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Introducing the official SlideShare app

Stunning, full-screen experience for iPhone and Android

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

The Cloud Competence Framework Workshops 2012

354
views

Published on

The Cloud Credential Council (cloudcredential.org) is undertaking a major initiative to develop a Cloud Competence Framework. The objective will be to develop industry standard cloud training and …

The Cloud Credential Council (cloudcredential.org) is undertaking a major initiative to develop a Cloud Competence Framework. The objective will be to develop industry standard cloud training and certification paths for business
and technology roles impacted by cloud. Cloud leaders, cloud learning and development experts, and senior cloud practitioners from around the world will be participating. Please visit www.cloudcredential.org to register for the various workshops.

Published in: Technology, Business

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
354
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
15
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. THE CLOUDCOMPETENCEFRAMEWORKCLOUD-ENABLINGTHE ORGANIZATIONwww.cloudcredential.org
  • 2. Cloud Credential CouncilYour Participation Is Requested!The Cloud Competence Framework — Cloud-Enabling the Organization.The Cloud Credential Council (cloudcredential.org) is undertaking a major initiative to develop a Cloud CompetenceFramework. The objective will be to develop industry standard cloud training and certification paths for businessand technology roles impacted by cloud. Cloud leaders, cloud learning and development experts, and senior cloudpractitioners from around the world will be participating.This invitation for participation in thedevelopment of the framework provides anoverview of the planned approach, including Salesthe key activities to be executed. Successful Procurement Specialist Governance Specialistexecution of these activities will result in the Enterpricecreation of a Cloud Competence Framework Finance Architect Marketing Projectto facilitate the accelerated adoption of cloud Manager Security Specialistcomputing. Service Solution Software Manager Architect TesterThe Framework allows organizations to Databaseidentify which cloud competencies are HR Admin (DBA)required in their organization and how to Auditor Developerdevelop them. The framework identifies thekey roles that are affected by cloud adoptionand the skills gap per role. LOW Change to Job Role as a result of Cloud Computing HIGHSpecific learning paths are created for everykey role in the organization. Technology Roles Business rolesPlease find the indicative learning paths forthree selected roles in the framework in thediagram below.The Cloud Credential Council is coordinating the various activities necessary to create the framework with activeparticipation from its members. The initiative is volunteer-driven, where members contribute by providing access to skilledprofessionals, facilities, or other resources. The CCC will ensure that deliverables are achieved within the agreed timeframes and will report the process and performance results to its members.On behalf of the Cloud Credential Council, I kindly invite you to take part in our initiative and look forward to workingwith you. Participation in the Cloud Competence Framework development is an excellent opportunity to help shape thefuture of cloud training and certification and be involved at an early stage to ensure it maps well to the requirements ofyour organization.Best regards,Marcel HeilijgersExecutive DirectorCloud Credential Council www.cloudcredential.org
  • 3. Cloud Learning PathsCLOUD ARCHITECT TRACK• Enterprise Architect• Solution Architect Cloud Virtualization Cloud Architecture Cloud Architecture Vendor Specific Cloud• Information Architect Essentials → Essentials → Fundamentals → Advanced → Architect training → Architect Expert• Technical Architect Prerequisite Knowledge • Industry Reference • Management Strategy • VMware Certified • Policies for Models • Shared vs. Dedicated Design Expert (VCDX) Orchestration • Cloud Deployment Cloud Environment • Microsoft Certified • Architecting Vendor Models • Evaluate Vendor Architect (MCA) Selection Criteria • Non-Functional Capabilities • Cisco Certified • Policies for Cloud Requirements • Etc. Architect (CCA) Migration • Compute, Network, • Etc. • Etc. Storage • Etc.CLOUD DEVELOPER TRACK• Application Developer• API Developer Cloud Cloud Developer Vendor Specific• Senior Developer → → Essentials → Advanced → Developer training Prerequisite KnowledgeCLOUD PROCUREMENT TRACK• IT Procurement• Controller Cloud Cloud Finance Cloud Finance Cloud• Accountant → → Essentials → Fundamentals → Advanced → Finance Expert• IT Auditor Prerequisite Knowledge
  • 4. INITIATION Validation Of The Cloud Competence Framework Cloud Practitioners, Cloud Experts, Cloud Solution Consultants July 23, 24 – Washington DC Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework for End-user Organizations Cloud Leaders - End-user organizations July 25 – Washington - DC Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework for System Integrators Cloud Leaders -System Integrators July 25 – Washington, DC Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework for Technology Vendors Technology and Service Providers August 14, 15 – San Jose Area Deepening The Cloud Competence Framework Cloud Specialists in Various Areas September through November – GlobalPUBLICATION www.cloudcredential.org
  • 5. Validation of the Cloud Competence FrameworkValidation of the Key Roles affected by Cloud, Key Learning Objectives per Role, the Level and Learning Paths per Role.Introduction Cloud provides tremendous opportunities for organizations and allows them to radically change the way they are doing business. Skill development is an important driver for success. The Cloud Credential Council (hereafter called CCC) has developed a Cloud Competence Framework and would like to introduce the framework and seek alignment with key cloud experts, professionals and practitioners.Date July 23, 24 – 2-day review sessionLocation Washington, DC, USAAudience Senior Solution Consultants, Senior Enterprise and Solution Architects, Senior Developers, Cloud Security SpecialistsObjective The Cloud Credential Council will introduce the Cloud Competence Framework. The framework includes the key roles that are affected by cloud adoption and the skills gap per role. The goal of the workshop is to introduce cloud practitioners and experts to this initiative and to seek validation of the framework, learning paths and key outcomes for the roles that are affected by cloud.Method Facilitated discussionInformation available Introductory Presentationprior to the session Cloud Competence Roadmap Key Roles affected by Cloud Examples of Cloud Skill-Gaps defined for Specific Roles Development roadmapAgenda Day 1 – July 23 09:00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction to the CCC; its mandate and key objectives for 2012/13 by Marcel Heilijgers, Executive Director 09:30 a.m. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework initiative, and relevance for Corporations, Governments, Service Providers and Technology Vendors 10:30 a.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Cloud Architect 12:00 noon Lunch 01:30 p.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Data Scientist www.cloudcredential.org
  • 6. 03:30 p.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Cloud Developer05:00 p.m. End of Day 106:00 p.m. Dinner hosted by the CCCDay 2 – July 2408:30 a.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Cloud Security Expert10:30 a.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Cloud Governance Specialist12:00 noon Lunch01:30 p.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Service Manager02:30 p.m. Evaluation of the Learning Path – Administrators (Database/ Availability/User/Reporting/Deployment)03:30 p.m. End of Day 2 www.cloudcredential.org
  • 7. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework for End-user OrganizationsBuilding Awareness to Understand and Gain Support for the Cloud Competence Framework.Introduction Cloud provides tremendous opportunities for organizations, allowing them to radically change the way they are doing business. How prepared are organizations (and their staff) and what competencies need to be developed?Date July 25 - 8.30-11.30 a.m. (Followed by an optional lunch)Location Washington DC, USAAudience Cloud Leaders who are planning, building, running, enabling and managing cloud solutions.Objective The Cloud Credential Council (hereafter called CCC) will introduce the Cloud Competence Framework to corporations and governmental organizations. The framework is designed to build cloud competencies for organizations and their staff. The roadmap includes the key roles that are affected by cloud adoption and the skill-gap per role. Organizations adopting cloud have to ensure that their IT workforce are able to meet the requirements that come with cloud computing—and the CCC provides the guidelines for these requirements. The goal of the workshop is to introduce cloud leaders to the important initiatives that the CCC is driving, which are designed to help them address their needs.Method Facilitated presentation and discussionInformation available • Introduction presentationprior to the session • Cloud Competence roadmap • Key roles affected by cloud • Examples of cloud skill-gaps defined for specific roles • Development roadmapAgenda July 25 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Introduction to CCC; its mandate and key objectives for 2012/13 by Marcel Heilijgers, Executive Director 9:30 a.m. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework for Corporations and Governments 11:30 a.m. Lunch (Optional) www.cloudcredential.org
  • 8. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework forSystem IntegratorsBuilding Awareness, Understand and Gain Support for the Cloud Competence Framework.Introduction System Integrators are presented with a tremendous opportunity to get their customers ready for the cloud. Service Providers benefit from able and trained professionals who know how to master the cloud. How prepared are organizations and what competencies need to be developed?Dates July 25 - 2.00 p.m. – 4.30 p.m.Location Washington DC, USAAudience Cloud leaders at System Integrators responsible for driving cloud implementation at end-user organizations.Objective The Cloud Credential Council (hereafter called CCC) will introduce the Cloud Competence Framework. The roadmap includes the key roles that are affected by cloud adoption and the skill-gap per role—and how to address this gap and become a cloud-enabled business. The goal of the workshop is to introduce cloud leaders to the important initiatives that the CCC is driving, which are designed to help organizations address their needs. The CCC seeks alignment with the initiatives that come from the system integrators. This will help them to present their organizations with a platform to drive cloud adoption and leverage the opportunities that cloud brings.Method Facilitated presentationInformation available • Introduction presentationprior to the session • Cloud Competence roadmap • Key roles affected by cloud • Examples of cloud skill-gaps defined for specific roles • Development roadmapAgenda July 25 2.00 p.m. Welcome and Introduction to CCC; its mandate and key objectives for 2012/13 by Marcel Heilijgers, Executive Director 3.00 p.m. Introduction to Cloud Competence Framework initiative, and relevance for Corporates, Governments, Service Providers and Technology Vendors www.cloudcredential.org
  • 9. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework forTechnology VendorsIntroduction Technology vendors / cloud providers are driving the adoption of cloud. How ready are the end-user organizations? How can an increase in cloud skills in the market accelerate the adoption of cloud?Date Two options: August 14,15 (2 x 1/2 day sessions) (Followed by an optional lunch)Location San Jose area, California, USAAudience Cloud leaders, Education leaders, Technology OfficersObjective The objective of this session is to introduce the Cloud Credential Council (hereafter called CCC) Cloud Competence Framework. The framework identifies the cloud skill-gap in an organization and provides a learning path to bridge this—technology training. The CCC seeks to align the initiatives that technology and service providers are delivering and to present organizations with a platform that helps them drive cloud adoption and leverage the opportunities that cloud brings.Method Facilitated workshopInformation available • Introductory presentationprior to the session • Cloud Competence roadmap • Key roles affected by cloud • Examples of cloud skill-gaps defined for specific roles • Development roadmap • Integration possibilities for technology specific coursesAgenda Option 1 – August 14 09:00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction to CCC, its Mandate and key objectives for 2012/13 by Marcel Heilijgers, Executive Director 10:00 a.m. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework initiative, and its relevance for Corporations, Governments, Service Providers and Technology Vendors 11:00 a.m. Discussion around the benefits of this initiative for Technology vendors, and potential ways to collaborate with the CCC 12.00 a.m. Lunch (optional) www.cloudcredential.org
  • 10. Option 2 – August 1509:00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction to the CCC, its Mandate and key objectives for 2012/13 by Marcel Heilijgers, Executive Director10:00 a.m. Introduction to the Cloud Competence Framework initiative, and its relevance for Corporations, Governments, Service Providers and Technology Vendors11:00 a.m. Discussion around the benefits of this initiative for Technology vendors, and potential ways to collaborate with the CCC12.00 a.m. Lunch (optional) www.cloudcredential.org
  • 11. Joining the Council Membership Members endorse the Cloud Certification Program and are involved with the further development of the program. Members Executive Members General Members associate Executive Members actively participate in themselves with the Council without working groups in the further development of active participation. the Cloud Certification Program. Accreditation Partners play a role in the execution of the Cloud Certification Program in the market. Training Partners Content Partners Trainers Certified Training Partners are Learning Content Partners Trainers are professionals organizations that commer- develop training materials to who deliver these training cially offer training programs. be used for certified training. programs. How 1 2 3 Review www.cloudcredential.org Complete the online applica- A CCC representative will site to familiarize yourself with our tion form and email to contact you to discuss the to join? vision, members, the Certification Program, and partnership membership@cloudcredential.org partnership possibilities. possibilities.Benefits of joining Member Executive Member Partner logo on website and on all external communication • • Use of CCC* logo, marketing materials, co-branded collateral • • Be listed as CCC member • • CCC branding campaign • • Dedicated white paper • Invitation to virtual meetings • Participation in working groups • Dedicated member page on CCC website • Course mapping to member courses • Developing customized training content • Complimentary certification • * Cloud Credential Councilwww.cloudcredential.org Copyright © 2012 Cloud Credential Council. All Rights Reserved.