What's GCP all about?
Google Cloud Platform (GCP), is a cloud computing platform provided by Google. With GCP you can build, test and deploy applications – using Google's scalable and reliable infrastructure – for your web, mobile, and backend solutions. We’ll support you through training – no matter where you’re starting from. You’ll be taught by highly-skilled experts with real-world experience. They’re all accredited through Google – so you get the best possible training.
GCP Learning Paths
Want to boost your career in GCP? Click on the roles below to see QA‘s learning pathways, specially designed to give you the skills to succeed.
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Designed for IT professionals who are responsible for implementing, deploying, migrating and maintaining applications in the cloud.
GCP Associate Cloud Engineer
An Associate Cloud Engineer deploys applications, monitors operations, and manages enterprise solutions.
GCP Professional Cloud Architect
A Professional Cloud Architect enables organizations to leverage Google Cloud technologies.
GCP Professional Cloud Developer
A Professional Cloud Developer builds scalable and highly available applications using Google-recommended practices and tools.
GCP Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer
A Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer is responsible for efficient development operations that can balance service reliability and delivery speed.
GCP Professional Cloud Network Engineer
A Professional Cloud Network Engineer implements and manages network architectures in Google Cloud Platform.
GCP Professional Cloud Security Engineer
A Professional Cloud Security Engineer enables organizations to design and implement a secure infrastructure on Google Cloud Platform.
GCP Professional Collaboration Engineer
A Professional Collaboration Engineer transforms business objectives into tangible configurations, policies, and security practices as they relate to users, content, and integrations.
GCP Professional Data Engineer
A Professional Data Engineer enables data-driven decision making by collecting, transforming, and publishing data.