At Lightspin, we are big believers in education and in supporting cloud engineers at every phase of their journey. That's why we are giving away 25 one-year subscriptions to A Cloud Guru, a $420 value.
A Cloud Guru is the world's most comprehensive cloud skills development platform with hundreds of labs and training courses. Do you know what their over 2 million users are searching for?
Chances are you or your team are included in that search log!
We know DevOps and Security teams are in a constant state of dynamic change and growth. Understanding the intricacies of each cloud environment is frankly impossible, but that’s why you must educate yourselves and your teams and leverage the right partners. There really is no other option as Gartner published a stat that is painfully familiar to many of you which is that 99% of breaches are a result of cloud misconfigurations. Basically, human error.
We wanted to give a great offer for everyone to continue to level up their education and limit the “breach waiting to happen misconfigurations.” With that in mind, we reached out to our friends at A Cloud Guru to get you access to some of the best training out there.
What’s included in A Cloud Guru's Business Basic library of content you ask? You will have access to the following:
- 250+ Courses including top content on EKS Basics, Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA), and HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate to name a few
- 1500+ Hands-on Labs
- 300+ Quizzes
- 70+ Certification Practice Exams
- And much more... (see image below for full details)
How to claim your 1-year free A Cloud Guru Access
All you need to do is create a free Lightspin account and connect your environment. It's that simple! You don’t even have to talk to a salesperson (we’re here if you want to talk, however, and a technical team member will reach out to answer any questions you may have).
I can’t wait to hear what you all will learn and how you enjoy your free Lightspin trial!
PS: We’ve created a new tool that shows you how much of your internal network an attacker can see just by scanning your AWS public cloud footprint. Shoot me a DM on twitter if you want early access.