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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: So hello and welcome everyone to today's webinar titled for drug launches on demand training start learning for drug identity platform today.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Our speakers today are Kevin Streeter and Victor Jorgensen,
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Kevin streeter is a thought leader in it and cyber security skills development and vice president University up for drug, a leading provider of digital identity solutions.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: With over 20 years of experience and it learning and development Kevin is a specialist in it Competency Assessment digital credentialing and educational technology.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Victor Thompson is the Director of Education delivery for exit certified. He has over 20 years of experience teaching and overseeing delivery of it education.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Exit certified provides on demand live virtual and classroom training to help for drug partners and customers acquire the skills they need to maximize their success with for drug
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: We have an exciting webinar to get to today. And before we get started, I want to quickly cover the functionalities. So during the session. Everyone's microphones will be muted.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Today's webinar is being recorded and will send a copy out to all registrants by the end of the week. Now let's get started. Take it away. Kevin and Victor
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Kevin Streater: Thank you very much. Michelle.
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Kevin Streater: And great to be with everyone state.
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Kevin Streater: So my name is Kevin Streeter and just introduced the agenda for today.
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Kevin Streater: So I'm just going to talk to begin with, about the recent enhancements to the full truck identity platform that we've just launched and then go into the new Ford truck identity product essentials training library that we're launching today with exit certified
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Kevin Streater: Victor is saying going to take us through the platform and what it looks like before I come back and talk to us to pull a few more about new classes that coming up in the full draw curriculum.
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Kevin Streater: But to start with this just give you a quick update as to where for truck is today.
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Kevin Streater: I've been with for eight years now where we're nearly 10 year old company and digital identity has moved from being something at the periphery of everyone's thoughts to something that's right in the center of today's world.
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Kevin Streater: Who isn't wanting to get online securely in these times at the moment.
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Kevin Streater: And four trucks taken a very, very specific view on this that it's not just about security. There's a lot more to digital identity than just security.
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Kevin Streater: Everything today is connected and we need to have platforms that enable plot software to talk to each other to integrate everything that we use, whether it's devices.
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Kevin Streater: Accounts automobiles everything that we come in touch contact with and that should be done in a way that is easy to use, so delightful experiences.
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Kevin Streater: But we also wanted to be secure. So you know that when you're interacting with an online device that you know it's going to be a super secure transaction and
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Kevin Streater: Underneath that we've really got a lot of concerns around data privacy and regulatory compliance and the fortress platform as a whole.
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Kevin Streater: Addresses all of these points. So we're looking for secure safe, but did like for online experiences using your identity to access a huge range of services into the the online environment.
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Kevin Streater: So that's. Next slide.
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Kevin Streater: The way for proxies it now is that we really engage with identity in three completely different fields. We do a lot with consumer facing organizations. So when you're doing online banking when you're engaging with insurance companies media organizations.
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Kevin Streater: You want to be secure in your online transaction, but very consumer oriented. You want to be safe and secure in your online experiences in the workplace. So we need to focus on the workforce.
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Kevin Streater: And we want to be secure when we're using things and our definition of things. This is the the IoT space is anything that a human might interact with directly
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Kevin Streater: So rather than just independent device to device. We're very focused on engagement between humans and things, and though those three fields together make up the domain of where four drops working today.
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Kevin Streater: Next, so it is for truck identity platform and for people that have been aware of for truck for a long time. It's a few things that might look slightly different on this diagram. And right at the center.
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Kevin Streater: Everything we do is about Identity and Access Management, we have the directory that has been a core foundation of the rock stack for many years with access management sitting on top of that.
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Kevin Streater: We have the identity management piece of stock that provides workflow and engages with a lot of business applications.
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Kevin Streater: And might know some new box in the bottom left identity governance, we introduced a identity governance feature to the platform.
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Kevin Streater: Earlier this year, and that really allows organizations to have a good understanding of where the users are and what they're doing with with the various systems that are connected to
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Kevin Streater: And we can take in signals from a whole range of devices contexts and applications and we process those in order to make sure that the transactions are safe, secure comply
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Kevin Streater: With any privacy requirements and we then provide that information to a whole range of platforms. So it's very much an identity processing engine in the center.
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Kevin Streater: And this can now be consumed, either as a service, or you can deploy anywhere that you'd like to. And I'll talk a little bit more about the as a service offering. At the end of the webinar.
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Kevin Streater: OK, so the focus of the platform enhancements. So over the last two months, we've been releasing a large range of new enhancements to the full truck identity platform.
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Kevin Streater: They've been focused on four primary areas. The first is allowing organizations to reduce their costs so integrating systems together easily
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Kevin Streater: Instead of having a lot of different siloed platforms, each with their own identity management, allowing organizations to consolidate it and reduce the costs.
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Kevin Streater: we've integrated, a lot of functionality to allow organizations to just grow their business and get competitive advantage.
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Kevin Streater: Whilst same time in improving a lot of security and bringing a lot more privacy and compliance into the platform and allowing organizations to just increase their productivity with a good identity platform at the core of everything they do.
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Kevin Streater: So on to some of the specifics. So,
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Kevin Streater: Getting some of the technical details of what's behind the platform and you'll find a lot more information about all of these features in the new product essentially library that we're talking about today.
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Kevin Streater: Experiences, we've added a lot of functionality about making experiences easier. So things like user nameless login password login
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Kevin Streater: How do you do things like that securely. Well, you need to have a powerful identity platform to enable you to do that. And that's what you've now got in the food truck identity stack.
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Kevin Streater: And things like web or phone and touch devices. It needs to be part of our everyday business. We need to get away from the world of passwords.
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Kevin Streater: Which are highly insecure and human dependent to think that a much more trustworthy like your device ID, your, your fingerprints your facial recognition and build back into your everyday transactions.
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Kevin Streater: We've made it much easier to enable account creation to have very streamlined access to our environments. And we've introduced a four stroke SDK so that you can now build your own mobile applications very easily with the full truck stack.
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Kevin Streater: We've provided a new support for support engineers to be able to help users gain access and fix issues quickly.
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Kevin Streater: We've introduced a new function with Cobra so that you can integrate your windows desktops easily into the food truck entities time
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Kevin Streater: With the cobra snowed in our tree authentication trees and an added a number of new features specifically for stronger authentication and a new standards like cbre which are specifically built for the the banking online banking community.
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Kevin Streater: Okay, next slide.
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Kevin Streater: And
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Kevin Streater: Apple provide Secure Enclave so you can have safe storage on your devices for secrets. We're making use of that in the photo SDK.
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Kevin Streater: And we're making use of the security features that are available in a lot of mobile platforms and providing the so something that you can use in your identity journeys and things like web or an
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Kevin Streater: Improvement secrets management and just general improvements and data security things that were really important when you're building identity solutions today. We've now incorporated into the product stack.
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Kevin Streater: And a couple of specifics around for truck access management. So in core of the platform. So being being part of the truck platform from the beginning.
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Kevin Streater: And some areas. Some newer areas will make it much easier to use. So creating authentication journeys one area. We haven't touched for a very long time is SAML
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Kevin Streater: It's been pretty standard in the platform, we've made some huge changes to SAML you can now configure it with the REST API.
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Kevin Streater: We've got a completely new admin interface for the sap for SAML and and I think you'll find it a much better experience around and all of this, again, is covered in the new classes to launching today.
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Kevin Streater: And
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Kevin Streater: And our cultural identity gateway in a moment. But we've also added a lot of new features into for truck identity gateway.
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Kevin Streater: Next one victim.
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Kevin Streater: And for the identity gateway and the biggest thing that's changed in for the gateway is it can now be deployed in as a standalone application. So you can deploy it.
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Kevin Streater: pretty much anywhere that you'd like to put an identity gateway and and it also allows us to encompass micro services.
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Kevin Streater: So we can now easily integrate microservices into the photo kind of the stack through identity gateway at now that's available in standalone mode. So that's something that in the other T gateway course will cover a lot more detail.
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Kevin Streater: And
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Kevin Streater: And fun directory services in Photoshop directory services. We've updated our directory. So it's now fully cloud enabled is fully containerized directory
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Kevin Streater: We've made some huge changes in how backup and recovery.
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Kevin Streater: Performs so it's much faster. It's much more child friendly.
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Kevin Streater: And for the first time, we're covering this in product essentials class so you can get a good feel for how the directory server is now behaving, and it's
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Kevin Streater: One of the issues we've had for a while is just how the directories behave in a containerized environment. And we've addressed that very much with the new product releases that we've rolled out last few months.
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Kevin Streater: And so we know, come on to the classes. So the fortress product essentials library gives you four classes.
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Kevin Streater: Access Management essentials identity management essentials directory services essentials and identity gateway essentials.
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Kevin Streater: And up until today. We've only had the first 2am and IBM. We're now released in the full suite covering the whole of the full truck identity stack.
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Kevin Streater: And across those classes we give you a good in depth technical introduction to the entire for truck stack. So you get a good understanding of the platform and all of the specific areas that these products address
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Kevin Streater: Next slide. So in the for truck access management Central's class.
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Kevin Streater: In this class we too much very much about the AM essentials controlling your applications, but for the first time without talking a lot about the SDK is the software developer kits, where you can now start building your own mobile applications very easily with the SDK.
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Kevin Streater: And the production Central's class will show the basics of how that's functioning and how you can use the mobile SDK to create really excellent.
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Kevin Streater: Easy to use but highly functional applications using the power of the Ford truck identity platform. And we also introduced sera, sera trust.
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Kevin Streater: One of the newer concepts around identity. These days, is there a trust and we want to make sure that once you've locked in you.
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Kevin Streater: Your identities used effectively across the organization and across all the platforms that you're using. And it's new in the food truck of into the platform and we go into some depth in the class about how zero trust works with for drunk am
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Kevin Streater: Idea.
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Kevin Streater: The photo.
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Kevin Streater: Identity Management essentials class.
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Kevin Streater: Very much around the core of identity management with synchronization.
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Kevin Streater: Synchronization services, but we've made some very big changes to self service and how that functions and the user interface for self service.
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Kevin Streater: It makes it a lot easier to to integrate with many applications and we want to show that, and we have a new
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Kevin Streater: Platform user interface that allows you to make self service self registration password reset very much easier to deploy either into an organization or across organizations and we cover that in the identity management class.
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Kevin Streater: And we also now include photo credits governance steadily identity governance is needful truck this year.
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Kevin Streater: It's something that we've integrated into the identity management product and we cover that in the identity management product essentials class.
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Kevin Streater: And finally, we've become to directory services and the directory services essentials classes completing you
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Kevin Streater: And with going in that class into depth about the directory, how it functions, how it supports the fortress identity platform and all the other components in the platform.
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Kevin Streater: In particular, we're talking about enhancements for the DevOps environments because that's that's the newest thing directory and first taste of that is in the directory services essentials class.
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Kevin Streater: And I think finally we got attacked by
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Kevin Streater: Something that's been around in our density gateway for a while is Visual Studio. It's really been in preview mode until now. It's now core component of
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Kevin Streater: I j and we go through identity gateway and Visual Studio in some detail so that you can see how to build roots using for dropping educate quite very easily.
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Kevin Streater: To filter highlights in the identity gateway product essentials class is that we now talk about micro services and being able to protect micro services using
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Kevin Streater: For drunk internet gateway. So that's going to be very much of interest to people that are designing microservices. And again, this is completely new class that's being released today as part of the library.
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Kevin Streater: With thoughts. I'm going to hand over to Victor to talk about the on demand training platform that we're releasing the content on
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Victor Torgrimson: Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to speak to all of you today. So at Tech data exit certified. We offer for drug training live and
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Victor Torgrimson: Virtual and also now on demand. So want to talk to you a little bit about how you can access these on demand courses and expand your for drug knowledge and skills.
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Victor Torgrimson: Very briefly, a bit more about exit certified we deliver 9500 different courses in 54 countries on 45 different technologies for 25 vendors
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Victor Torgrimson: We've trained over 120 5000 students and we're very proud of our 97% student satisfaction rate.
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Victor Torgrimson: Our instructors have an average of 27 years of experience in it and 17 years of experience teaching. And as I briefly mentioned there. So with for drop
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Victor Torgrimson: In in when it becomes safe to do so again we offer for drug training live in classrooms. We also are delivering it live virtually at any time and now starting today we have on demand as well for when that suits your needs best
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Victor Torgrimson: So what are some of the benefits with on demand training.
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Victor Torgrimson: So, certainly with live training you get some of the benefits of interactivity back and forth with an instructor on demand gives you that ability to take the training whenever you want.
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Victor Torgrimson: at your own pace at your own convenience. So with the on demand access, you're going to get one year of access to the videos.
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Victor Torgrimson: So Mathias for drug master instructor is presenting all these materials and you'll have one year of access to watch him do that you can start stop and rewind him as much as you need to, to get the benefits that you need.
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Victor Torgrimson: It's all certified content coming from the experts at four tracks along the way. If you have questions, you can send in questions and get those questions answered by our team and by instructors.
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Victor Torgrimson: These initial courses that are coming out today that are free, do not have hands on labs, but subsequent courses that are going to be coming out in the following months will also include hands on labs, so that you can practice your skills as well.
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Victor Torgrimson: All of these lessons are fully searchable and so you can watch these in two different ways you can watch them from start to finish, to get
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Victor Torgrimson: The full suite of information and you can also use them as a reference library that you can come back to when you need to look into a specific subject at that time.
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Victor Torgrimson: So with that, I'm going to switch over and show you a demonstration of how to register and once you register, how to access it.
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Victor Torgrimson: So again, everything that's coming out today is free, the link in the chat.
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Victor Torgrimson: Which Michelle has been putting in there, you'll see in the chat a link to this page that I'm on, right here.
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Victor Torgrimson: And so on this page is where you can go to register for free. You just click enroll now put in your information. And within a couple of minutes after you register, you're going to receive an email from us with how to access the content.
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Victor Torgrimson: In that email that you receive it will tell you to go to on demand. Exit certified com, it will tell you to come up to click
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Victor Torgrimson: Where it's going to say guest when you first come in your guests and create your login. Once you've registered and logged in, you will be able to go to course videos and come down and choose for track.
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Victor Torgrimson: With your registration. This is a bundle of four courses. And so you're actually going to see four courses. When you come in, so that one page there the product essentials library.
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Victor Torgrimson: That includes all four of the courses that Kevin just discussed.
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Victor Torgrimson: And so you're going to see in there. Here's the access management essential says he discussed it here's directory services identity gateway and identity management. So you can go through each course at your pace in order and
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Victor Torgrimson: When you go into the courses, you're going to see first help me a brief introduction to the on demand platform to make sure you see how to get around.
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Victor Torgrimson: You're also going to see a set of videos that will cover how to use the overall for drug product library.
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Victor Torgrimson: These three videos will be the same in all of the courses and then you're going to get into specifics of that particular course. In this case I clicked on the access management course.
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Victor Torgrimson: So for each of those you'll see the videos of Mathias, the instructor teaching that. So when I go into one of these videos, I won't actually play the video here. But just to show you what it looks like. You'll come in and you will see Mathias presenting that material.
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Victor Torgrimson: As you go through. You can also click on the icon here to see previews of all the slides that are coming up. So if you want to jump to a particular part of the video you can click on a slide and jump to that point where Mathias starts discussing that particular topic.
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Victor Torgrimson: So in this way, you can progress sequentially through the course and watch the material.
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Victor Torgrimson: Alternatively, if you want to search for a particular topic and anytime you click the search and put in a search term.
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Victor Torgrimson: And it will search all of the videos to tell you all the places where that topic is discussed. So I can see here that off to is discussing each of these videos.
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Victor Torgrimson: And I can click show more to see each of the spots within there were specifically that's mentioned so eight seconds in 15 seconds in what's being discussed.
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Victor Torgrimson: And I can click on one of those and it will take me to that specific spot in the video to get just what I need. At that time,
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Victor Torgrimson: So in that way. You've got a great reference library that you can use as well. So I encourage you to while you're here in the webinar. Go ahead, click the link in the chat.
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Victor Torgrimson: Come to this play page, click enroll now and you can jump right in and start taking training on all of those courses, as Kevin mentioned
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Victor Torgrimson: And Kevin. With that, I will pass it back over to
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Kevin Streater: This one.
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Kevin Streater: So just to pick up from
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Kevin Streater: Two weeks ago for truck announced some major enhancements to our for truck identity cloud solution. So we're now providing full truck identity platform as a service being run by four truck.
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Kevin Streater: We provide this fully integrated we're managing it around the clock. There's no installation or configurations do anymore. You can go straight into the platform and start using the power of the fortress identity platform.
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Kevin Streater: And it's been built very much for CSOs developer and you want. He wants to just deploy approved identity platform into their business and have everything available ready to go.
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Kevin Streater: And be able to develop applications immediately to the photo identity cloud. So photo kinetic cloud it's ready to go. It's available today. And if we go to the next slide.
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Kevin Streater: And it's meant that we've
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Kevin Streater: introduced some new courses into the curriculum.
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Kevin Streater: So slightly adjusted the the curriculum roadmap, we've had before. We now have a new column here for cloud competence.
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Kevin Streater: So it's all the same products, it's still, am I the MDS I G exactly as we we've used before exactly as we cover in the product essentially classes and
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Kevin Streater: Everything we cover in the essentials library relates to both the the on prem, the DevOps and the Identity Cloud instances of the full drop platform.
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Kevin Streater: But we have new class here for getting started with the Ford truck Identity Cloud and a new class for the for drug SDK that I talked about earlier in the individual classes.
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Kevin Streater: And go to the next slide, please. Victor. So these are two new classes and they are both going to be coming to the exit certified on demand platform.
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Kevin Streater: In the next couple of months. So first class. It's going to be released is getting started with Ford truck identity cloud.
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Kevin Streater: And then shortly afterwards, we'll be adding the building applications with the for drug SDK.
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Kevin Streater: At that point in the product Central's library. You will then have access to everything that for truck has available at the moment.
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Kevin Streater: And you'll be able to get access to information about the agency cloud. And you'll also be able to have the access to the SDK class so look out for these in the coming months. And now that we've started on this journey.
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Kevin Streater: With the on demand platform. We are going to be working through a process over the next few months of converting all of our content.
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Kevin Streater: updating it to include all the latest for truck. I don't see platform features and releasing it to the on demand platform and hopefully become your place to go for all your food truck learning
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Kevin Streater: So with that might say thank you. And I think we've got some time for some q&a
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Thank you so much. Kevin and Victor, I would just like to extend that invite post questions in the Q AMP. A. We do have a few queued up already. This first one will be for Kevin and
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: It's posted in the chat window just to set some context, it has to do when speaking about new for drug identity platform features specifically around experiences. So the question from party. She reads
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Act on users behalf. So this feature. Is this something new in the seven dot O or has this been a feature in the six dot five revision as well. And they would like to know more about this, especially the implementation piece.
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Kevin Streater: And it is something that's new.
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Kevin Streater: In seven.io
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Kevin Streater: And it's something that's been added to the platform specifically to make it easier for support engineers to support users with
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Kevin Streater: Questions around their, their honesty and I think initiative and have, have a look at the course and see what we're covering in the course about this feature.
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Kevin Streater: And but also we have got more information about it in the product documentation and if that's
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Kevin Streater: Not enough depth and please get in contact with football team and good food truck.com and we'll be able to assist you. From there, but there is a lot of information around about this feature at the speed released last few weeks.
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Kevin Streater: So that great here that's going to be abuse.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: That's great. Thank you. I'm switching over to the Q AMP a window. We have a question on asking when these classes will be based on version seven. So when the official transition to version seven
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Kevin Streater: These classes are on version seven. So everything that we're releasing in the on demand platform is version seven related. So, and
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Kevin Streater: Everything today where we're migrating
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Kevin Streater: See across
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Kevin Streater: versions are becoming less of an important thing in full truck as we move to the cloud as being one of our primary delivery platforms.
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Kevin Streater: We're just going to be continually rolling out updates and enhanced features to the full platform. But if you're still in the world of specific version numbers, then yeah, this is all based on set.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: We have a anonymous question I'm asking is sale point is a competitor for truck.
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Kevin Streater: And interesting question, and they're they're apart, both partner and compared stuff we do one type of governance, if that's right for your organization, then great.
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Kevin Streater: Hopefully the food truck identity governance solution be right for you. But we equally we integrate very well with cell points. So we've got a number of integrations and deployments going on with both for truck and South point together so
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Kevin Streater: Friend friend and competitor often is in the technology world.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: That's great. I'm Victor. I think this question can be directed to you. I'm so if the question is, I believe, on demand training is the same as self paced training but focuses on the client where self paced is focused on the partners. Is this true. Can you elaborate a little bit on the differences
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Victor Torgrimson: And feel free to jump in if you want to add anything I can speak to my diet or if you want to say.
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Kevin Streater: I felt the actually
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Kevin Streater: The
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Kevin Streater: What we're really seeing now is on demand for all audiences.
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Kevin Streater: So it's for
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Kevin Streater: Our customers. Our partners, our staff. Everyone is working with children identity platform we have previously had some content just for our partner community.
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Kevin Streater: That is going to be slowly transitioning across to the on demand platform so that everybody can have access to it. So get that previous versions are moving across an all new content is coming out on the on demand platform with exit certified
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Victor Torgrimson: And what I would add, in addition to that is that with the new offerings that will be coming out in the next few months of additional courses, what you're going to start seeing
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Victor Torgrimson: All the courses that are currently available.
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Victor Torgrimson: Live, whether it be in a classroom when that's appropriate or virtual or now also available will start becoming available on this, on demand platform. So you get the same lab environment, the same course gets the same instructors.
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Victor Torgrimson: With this nice platform that is fully searchable. So it's a little bit different platform for it ultimately on demand and self paced are two different ways that people refer to have the same type of training method.
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Kevin Streater: This is probably the biggest differences. It's Victor's demonstrated, you've now got such ability, you can now go keyword tagging.
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Kevin Streater: These are all things that are new in the on demand platform and really powerful features and
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Kevin Streater: The other thing is that the video size, all of the individual video elements are 10 to 14 minutes long and they're easy to digest and whereas in
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Kevin Streater: Some of the things we've done in the past have been recording quite long sessions. It's quite hard to to digest that in one go. The on demand format works really well for being able to learn something quickly and find the right piece of content you need at that particular time.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Thank you, Lisa asks if there will still be classes based on versions previous she seven if they'll still be available on backstage.
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Kevin Streater: Yes, it's the opposite to that and
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Kevin Streater: So everything going forward to 737 onwards, it's on demand that some historical content will still be available and backstage.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Rebecca asks with these only being released in the US at the moment. Is there any scope to bring it to the UK.
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Kevin Streater: And these are global. This is global content.
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Kevin Streater: So it's accessible from everywhere. That's can probably tell, I'm based in the UK. But yeah, this is local content. So it's accessible everywhere.
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Kevin Streater: And if your tracks that picture.
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Victor Torgrimson: Yeah, I would say the same that indeed Joe registration. Doesn't matter where in the world, you're able to take this part of the beauty of on demand training.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: We have it an honest question if I haven't coded in over 15 years. How easy would it be for someone like me to learn to code and customize and implement for drunk at customers sites.
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Kevin Streater: And
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Kevin Streater: relatively easily with the SDK is particularly and we've tried to simplify being able to build really powerful identity solutions with a minimal amount code. And so the way that we've approached it is we're using Android studios. So if you can write
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Kevin Streater: With the full truck SDK. So we're trying to make it as easy as possible. We're also trying to make it as approachable for people with
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Kevin Streater: Robin extensive developed skills, somebody who just wants to incorporate identity into something that they're working on. We're trying to make that really easy to do now.
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Kevin Streater: So let's have a look at the the typically the access management product of the product Central's class where we talk more about the SDK and and how we do, we're trying to make this for people to integrate
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: I think this is a great question. Are the on demand courses a good starting point before taking the usual for drug training or is there a better different route you would suggest
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Kevin Streater: Absolutely. This is the ideal starting point for anyone coming into the full truck environment. And these are the foundation for everything that comes after so
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Kevin Streater: If you just want to get an understanding of what does the food truck stack do
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Kevin Streater: What are the individual products within that what's what's these functions actually do for you, what's the basis of how they work before you get deeply into configuration of something like access management, then yes, this is a great place to start. And definitely recommend that everyone
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Will have it asks, What is the advanced course on IBM referring back to yeah exactly to the mapping page, I can speak on the advanced idea, of course. Yeah.
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Kevin Streater: So did France IBM course is the identity.
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Kevin Streater: Governance product I talked about a couple of times and identity governance is new to the full truck stack and it's built on top of for truck identity management. So it uses the IBM
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Kevin Streater: Engine underneath it. And we've laid out in governance. On top of that, so uses a lot of functionality of of IBM
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Kevin Streater: So if you want to add identity governance to your solution, then that's where the idea, the idea of advanced class comes in. So idea 520 is the class and you'll find that on the exit certified Churchill.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Have another question. I'm
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: After completing the on demand courses. Is there any kind of certification do these prepare you for some for drug certification exams and are these on demand courses enough to pass that exams.
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Kevin Streater: And these are the two, the
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Kevin Streater: On Demand classes that we're releasing today.
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Kevin Streater: Are the product essentials. So by themselves. They're not enough to take the exams and you will need to go forward to the
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Kevin Streater: Am 400 400 classes to cover all of the the knowledge that you need for the exam.
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Kevin Streater: And the exams themselves are built on the need to have both knowledge and experience. So you need to have some experience of actually
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Kevin Streater: Trying to deploy either photo access management or identity management into the real world before you're going to be ready for the exam.
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Kevin Streater: So the exams do assuming you've studied the class. You've done the product, product essentials served on the AM essentials. You think on on to say the
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Kevin Streater: core concepts, the aim for hundred class, you've done, maybe a little bit of work with the API with the REST API.
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Kevin Streater: And then you'll be ready for the exam when you've got a bit of experience, putting those into practice. So it's a great starting point. But it's not the it starts you on the journey doesn't finish the journey for you.
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Victor Torgrimson: I would add to that that after the after you complete an essentials course.
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Victor Torgrimson: You will get a digital certificate of completion. So it's not a certification, but you'll get a digital certificate of completion saying that you have completed the course and you can share that on places such as LinkedIn.
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Kevin Streater: And also,
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Victor Torgrimson: Yeah.
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Kevin Streater: You get your digital badge from us as well. At the end of the class.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Matthew asks, or rather mentioned that there was no mention of the DevOps class on that matrix and he wants to know, where does that fit in with regards to the matrix and the 400 level classes.
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Kevin Streater: And
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Kevin Streater: Expanded the expert column, the FR 523 can freakin fortress identity platform in a DevOps environment.
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Kevin Streater: It really comes after the am an IBM classes because you need to know about photo am ID MDS before we can go into a DevOps environment.
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Kevin Streater: And so in the the FR 523 class the DevOps class we're team, you already know enough about the core products and now we're going to take you into the Docker and Cuban 80s world.
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Kevin Streater: And show you how to deploy that and get the stack running for yourself in containerized environment. So it is on the diagram but it's moved slightly from where has been previously because we've now introduced cloud as its own specific column.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: share the link over to the on demand registration.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Page one more time. I, you'll find it in the chat window.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: And actually looks like we have a couple more questions. Um, so, will there be a self paced version of the identity governance course anytime soon.
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Kevin Streater: Some point not yet we're working through updating the whole curriculum at the moment. So after the cloud and the SDK class we're doing am an IBM, we will get to government software. So it's on the roadmap and I'm not going to give a date at this point but early next year latest for that.
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Victor Torgrimson: And I'll add to that that if you do want to take the identity governance class in the meantime.
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Victor Torgrimson: And if you are looking for classes on North American hours, you can go to the second link on the slide here and exit certified com board when the live virtual classes are being offered
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Victor Torgrimson: Or if you're looking for a class somewhere and other region of the world. If you go to Fort rock University website you can go there to sign up for a live virtual class of it.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: I have another question on how good are the opportunities for a Cloud Architect
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Kevin Streater: Dude,
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Kevin Streater: Fix if you want anything to that.
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Kevin Streater: I think, you know, covering a lot of classes and cloud architecture of the moon.
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Victor Torgrimson: We we do for we teach a very large number of classes on it. You know, I think certainly it's a huge growth area and perhaps even more so in the current coven environment of everybody looking at how to take next steps with the cloud. So I think there's tremendous opportunity there.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: We have another question that asks, how much do other courses costs, aside from the free offering I've direct them over to the exit certified for drug training page. But if we want to speak a little bit more on that question.
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Kevin Streater: Vector tunes anything basic
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Kevin Streater: It goes to exit certified page that really
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Kevin Streater: That's the place to go. And also if you're somewhere else in the world outside North America. Then there's also links in the on demand file system will take you back to the full drop
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Kevin Streater: For Troy University page that will direct your to training providers around the world.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Thank you so much. That looks to bring us to the end of our questions, but if you didn't get to ask your question today, or if something comes to mind later. I want to post the or for drugs contact
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Information, the chat window for everyone. So you can email training at for drug COM for any for drug specific questions, I will also post exit certified for drugs schedule page in the chat window as well.
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Michelle Coppens :: Webinar Producer: Thank you all so much for your time. I'm as mentioned this session was recorded and will email out a copy to everyone shortly. Thank you again so much for taking some time to learn a little bit more about our exciting news of for drug on demand.