[Virtual tech event] Join a community of like-minded developers as we get hands-on with Google Cloud Platform to build fresh skills.
About this event
A Cloud Study Jam is an instructor-led “study session” where attendees work through practice labs to master key principles and tools within Google Cloud.
With a triple-digit rise in cyberattacks, cloud security has become one of the most in-demand skills in the market. Google Cloud has a suite of specific tools to help ensure control and visibility across your environment. Understanding these security tools and how to effectively employ them is critical in the protection of your environment.
Join experts from Google Cloud and Cloudbakers | Qwinix, a Google Cloud Premier Partner, as they explore:
Lunch and Learn: (12-1PM ET)
Secure architecture principles in Google Cloud
Resource hierarchy and organization
Identity management and access control
Establishing a secure Google Cloud Landing Zone
Hands-On Training: (1-2:30PM ET)
During the hands-on portion of this session, you will get expert-led practice within the Security and Identity Fundamentals quest in Qwiklabs. Attendees will understand how to configure tools for access management, environment visibility, and data loss solutions. It is recommended you have some experience with Google Cloud.
Test Your Knowledge: (2:30-3PM ET) Let’s have some fun with a rapid-fire Kahoot game. Put your new skills to the test for a chance to win some fresh Google Cloud swag (our team will be giving away three Google Cloud Northface jackets).
Rob Blanzy has worked with the cloud space since 2006. Over the years, Rob has helped several customers, from high-growth startups to Fortune 500 companies, with secure architecture, modernizing how security thinks about cloud, and global level threats against customers and governments.
Trever Jackson has been pushing business IT modernization strategies for over 15 years. With a background in Security and Networking, Trever has helped customers of all kinds modernize and secure their applications. Trever has guided customers holding positions with VMware, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud.
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