What a career looks like
The Cloud Computing program prepares students to design solutions for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) architectures by provisioning computing instances, establishing virtual private networks, managing databases and storage within a secure online environment. Students produce dynamic solutions responsive to information and computing technology workloads with on-demand pay-as-you-go pricing allowing flexibility for small business, entrepreneurship and enterprise adoption.
Industry certifications are embedded to prepare for occupations in Cloud Architect, Cloud Support Associate, Cloud Engineer or
- 2018, there were more than 83,000 jobs posted for occupations associated with Cloud computing in L.A. and Orange counties
- More than 4,800 job postings included "AWS" as a desired skill for employment
- From 2014-2017, regional community colleges conferred, on average, 974 awards (associate degrees and certificates) annually in information technology.