FinOps  

According to ZipRecruiter the average annual pay for the FinOps jobs category in the United States is $119,285 a year.

To meet this demand and help organizations identify knowledgeable talent, the FinOps Foundation has created their FinOps Practitioner certification.

The following path will guide you along as you build your FinOps skills. With each course, you will prepare further to succeed in successfully obtaining the associated certification and/or to apply the critical skills you will need to succeed in the enterprise.

Once you complete this comprehensive learning path, you will truly be prepared to take your place amongst the FinOps experts in your field.

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Is knowledge of FinOps an important skill to have in 2022?

In this podcast episode, TechCommanders' Chief Learning Officer Joe Holbrook discusses what demand he is seeing around DevOps and FinOps in 2022 

 

FinOps Certified Practitioner Crash Course (Newly Released)

(Beginner)
Learn the fundamentals of FinOps and prepare for the Linux Foundation's FinOps Certified Practitioner Exam.
The FinOps certification allows individuals in a large variety of cloud, finance and technology roles to validate their FinOps knowledge and enhance their professional credibility.
This course covers the full objectives of the certification to help you prepare and pass the exam. 

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Google Cloud FinOps Fundamentals (Newly Released)  

(Beginner)
This course will walk you thru the fundamentals of FinOps, provide insight into how FinOps operations are handled and what services can provide insight into Cloud spending.  Forecasting, reports, monitoring, bill analysis will be covered. Demos will cover services such as GKE, Compute Engine, BigQuery, Cloud Operations, Billing and more will be covered.

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AWS Cloud FinOps Fundamentals (Coming March 2022)

(Beginner)
This course will walk you thru the fundamentals of FinOps, provide insight into how FinOps operations are handled and what services can provide insight into Cloud spending.  Forecasting, reports, monitoring, bill analysis will be covered. Demos will cover services such as EC2, ECS, Trusted Advisor, EBS, Networking, Cloudwatch,  Billing and more will be covered.