diploma in cloud technology
Learn to solve complex problems using the latest in Cloud technology. You’ll learn enterprise networks, network infrastructure, messaging solutions and information sharing systems using Cloud-based solutions that are scalable, reliable and on-demand.
- Cloud Specialists earn $71,000 - $97,000 per year!***
- Active directory services
- Configuring advanced server services
- Server administration
- Information sharing systems
- Platform as a service
- Administering System Centre Configuration Manager
- Deploying System Centre Configuration Manager
- Monitoring and operating a private Cloud
- Configuring and deploying a private Cloud
> Server Administrator
> Network Administrator
> Database Administrator
> Network Analyst
> Technical Support
> Systems Specialist
> Virtualisation Specialist
> Cloud Solution Expert
The chances of getting a job in Cloud Technology is very high due to the sub-sector being on Immigration New Zealand's Skill Shortage List.
WHY CHOOSE AMES?
Animation College, as the registered PTE, awards all of the qualifications that are offered by AMES - The Institute of IT. Animation College is a category 1 provider. We provide students with a gateway to the IT industry and jobs of the future. We support and inspire dynamic, team-orientated and technically talented graduates who will help to grow New Zealand’s global reputation as skilled innovators while propelling their own careers forward.
Evening Class - Oct 1, 2018
New Zealand residents/citizens:
$9,064 Eligible for 'Fees-Free' study
$19,000 + $2,000 resource fee
NZQF level 7
*Term dates are subject to change, pending enrolment numbers, availability and any unforeseen funding fluctuations. AMES reserves the right to modify schedules to best accommodate the internal running of the institute and to best serve the student learning experience.
**Animation College, as the registered PTE, awards all of the qualifications that are offered by AMES - The Institute of IT.
*** Source: www.careers.govt.nz & Source: http://www.mbie.govt.nz, 2015 Information and Communication Technology report