Programme to take place in Europe and the Middle East in the first half of 2009 in addition to the current series in Asia.
BroadGroup, a consultancy and data centre market specialist, and Globeron, a provider of Service Oriented Security "SOS", announced this week that they are launching a programme of Data Centre Bootcamps that will take place in Europe and the Middle East in the first half of 2009 in addition to the current series in Asia. The company (BroadGroup) articulates that the Service Oriented Enterprise Professional Certification programme provides IT & data centre professionals with a usable certification which will differentiate them in the market space from a service oriented perspective.
It explains that the certification programme which takes place over a 5-day period and includes an examination, is designed for experienced IT and data centre professionals who wish to gain understanding of a service oriented enterprise. The company states that practical instruction will be provided from a data centre, IT, security, management and process perspective (layered, vendor neutral and service oriented approach). It also states that these are applicable to enterprise-wide IT environments as well as small and medium businesses.
''The CSOEP programme has been very successful in Europe, and now launches in the Middle East. The programme is more important than ever before for data centre professionals,'' commented Ronald van Kleunen, managing director of Globeron. ''The complexity in managing data centres and growth in the sector means that these sort of qualifications will be much in demand over the next few years. Because it also provides a certification that is recognized across the industry, it benefits individual careers and adds a significant differentiator to their CVs.''
''The data centre sector across the Europe and the Middle East is growing significantly,'' commented Philip Low, managing director at BroadGroup. ''Our research reveals that investment in data centres is occurring across the entire region at an unprecedented level, and the need for professional, certified educational programmes will become more pronounced over the next 12-24 months. The Bootcamp is an ideal forum for data centre professionals to increase their skills as well as earning a valuable qualification.''
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