Extended training program around modern software development from Cloudogu
The Cloudogu GmbH has expanded its training program with additional subjects and partners. Featuring content on new, promising software development methods and technologies, the practical training courses are aimed specifically at developers, data engineers, administrators, project managers and technical users.
In its own product development, Cloudogu continuously evaluates and establishes new methods and technologies for software development. Based on this knowledge and practical experience, the experienced trainers develop training courses that focus on practical application in addition to theoretical knowledge. The online or face-to-face training courses can be booked as open events or as exclusive, in-house workshops.
New training topics include introductory courses in Apache Nifi, Apache Kafka and Apache Airflow. The “Clean Software Engineering Deep Dive” provides developers with an overview of principles, practices and patterns that help to master the increasing complexity of software while ensuring the necessary flexibility. The “Easy Redmine Training” is designed as an introduction to project management with Easy Redmine. These topics extend the existing training program e.g. on Kubernetes, GitOps, Docker & Containers.
New Cloudgou partners in the area of training are.
- TruBridge - specialist for cloud migration and cloud development
- iTUBS - “Technology Transfer Center - Scientific Software Engineering” of the TU Braunschweig” with focus on software engineering
- mm-lab - provider of automotive telematics solutions and telematics services.
“In times of further increasing complexity, the key to success is to always be up-to-date with new methods and technologies. That’s why we are also seeing strong demand for our training courses,” explains Axel Lütgering from the strategy team at Cloudogu. “To expand this further, we continue to look for new partnerships. Because we want to cover a broad field around modern software development. What is important to us is a strong practical relevance, so that the training participants can also use the acquired knowledge in the best possible way in their everyday work.”