Open Cloud Academy
Open Cloud Academy is a full-time, 9-week cyber security bootcamp in San Antonio, TX. Students will learn Linux SysAdmin and Network Operations from a team of Subject Matter Experts to achieve industry recognized certifications and a hands-on learning experience. As a Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) approved, and Rackspace inspired Education Center, Open Cloud Academy is focused on developing technical talent, and enhancing technical career opportunities in the Texas community.
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Students will learn the following technologies: CompTIA Network+ -Network Fundamentals -CCNA Prep: NetOps 1, 1.5 & 2 (Exam) -Firewalls & VPN -Cloud Basics -SysAdmin
- Minimum Skill Level
- Network+ certification or equivalent
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