Upgrading Skills Quickly in Open-Source Platforms [Case Study]
Training in OpenStack and OpenShift for a leader in defense technology
- Defense Technology
- A global provider of advanced defense technologies
- Immediate training in OpenStack and OpenShift
- A pre-training assessment of learning needs
- Courses in OpenStack and OpenShift
- Live iMVP training with a dedicated production team
- Time-sensitive training planned and delivered seamlessly
- An average learner rating of 4.87 out of 5
- Identified opportunities for future savings and training courses
The customer had arranged training through ExitCertified in the past, and knew that they could expect uncompromising quality in spite of the tight timeline.
ExitCertified’s dedicated account representative arranged a pre-training call with the company’s training coordinator, allowing ExitCertified to fully understand the skills gaps that needed bridging. Based on that conversation, ExitCertified recommended the most cost-efficient training solution.
To deliver the course content virtually, the company used ExitCertified’s proprietary Individual Multimedia Video Presence (iMVP®) platform. With iMVP, learners get live, high-definition video and audio that’s supported in real time by a dedicated production team. iMVP’s exclusive technology ensures that each learner gets plenty of individual attention and support with hands-on labs.
[The instructor] was very organized, the class was structured well, and he is clearly very knowledgeable on the subject matter. I enjoyed the class and felt I learned a lot.
The company’s training deadline was met, and the course attendees gave ExitCertified on average overall score of 4.87 out of 5 based on feedback captured at the end of the classes. One learner expressed particular praise for his instructor, noting that the instructor was “very knowledgeable on the training topics and [...] willing to cover topics not originally planned.” During the post training call, ExitCertified identified future savings for the company with major vendors through its authorized partner status. The organization is looking at AWS and Jenkins training offerings for next fiscal year.