Educational institutions follow a range of paths when it comes to using AWS, but they usually start with something simple such as their websites or dev/test environments, and then deploy enterprise applications (eg, SAP, PeopleSoft or student management systems) before developing cloud native apps, AWS APJ regional head of education and research Vincent Quah told iTWire.
Research indicates cloud computing skills are in demand, yet the demand for skilled engineers and architects outpaces the availability of such people. Global cloud platform AWS says it’s providing content to educational institutions to bridge this gap.
After the successful launch of Australia’s first blockchain university short course, Developing Blockchain Strategy, RMIT Online has announced the launch of two additional blockchain courses that will provide students with a comprehensive overview of the technology, including the understanding of how to design blockchain infrastructure, to further their skills and learn how to think strategically about implementing a blockchain solution into the core of their businesses.
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