The Fundamentals of Cloud Native Computing [Webinar]

Do you wonder what cloud native is and why it’s important to cloud computing?

If you want to take advantage of the various benefits the cloud offers, like scalability and redundancy, you need to be building and running applications that follow cloud native practices and technologies.   

In this webinar, Eric Frick, a cloud native instructor from Mirantis Inc. and Myles Brown, a Senior Cloud and DevOps Advisor from ExitCertified, discuss the following topics:

  •  The ways most organizations migrate to the cloud
  • Common challenges organizations face during migration
  • The basics of cloud native computing and its advantages and disadvantages
  • The skills needed to build and deploy cloud native architectures
  • Cloud native training offerings from Mirantis Inc.

Speakers: Eric Frick, Senior Cloud Native Technologies Instructor at Mirantis & Myles Brown, Senior Cloud & DevOps Advisor at ExitCertified

Eric Frick is a Senior Cloud Native Technologies Instructor at Mirantis. For the past 30 years, he has been involved in software development and IT operations. He has worked as a Software Developer, Software Development Manager, Software Architect and as an Operations Manager. He has extensive experience in designing, developing and operating mission-critical systems. His experience includes working for Fortune 500 companies, startup companies and government organizations. For the last ten years, Eric has taught classes in various IT related subjects at several universities in the Columbus, Ohio, area. He has also published books and video courses on software development, cloud computing, and information technology.

Myles Brown is the Senior Cloud & DevOps Advisor at ExitCertified. He has over twenty-five years of experience in the IT industry across a variety of platforms. Recognized as an AWS Champion - Authorized Instructor and a Google Cloud Professional Architect and Instructor, Myles has delivered award-winning authorized IT training for the biggest Cloud providers.