Oteemo Launches Enterprise Kubernetes and Cloud Native Learning Program
March 19, 2020

Oteemo, an enterprise DevSecOps and Cloud Native Transformation consultancy, launched an enterprise kubernetes and cloud native learning program.

This program is designed to level up the skills of an entire IT organization on principles of Kubernetes and Cloud Native computing.

Through this program, we will be able to holistically look at an IT organization and create a learning strategy to level up the skills of its IT teams on kubernetes and cloud native concepts in the most optimal fashion. Through this program, we feel that we can help our clients to quickly and consistently train their most important asset -- their people -- and realize maximum return on their training investments as they transform their organizations towards becoming cloud native, " said Raja Gudepu, CEO of Oteemo.

This program will cater to the following key personas in an IT organization; Software Developers, DevOps Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, Project Managers and Executives. There are separate training courses designed for each of these personas. The uniqueness of this program is based on its personalization and customization features that will allow Oteemo to deliver training based on an organization's current IT ecosystem, skill levels and use cases.

"Based on Oteemo's proven Cloud Native, Kubernetes and DevSecOps transformation experience, we feel we are best positioned to help train and enable our client's IT teams to better understand and adopt Kubernetes technologies," said Rob Kernick, Lead Engineer for Enterprise Learning at Oteemo.

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