Training outfit A Cloud Guru (ACG) has been awarded G-Cloud 12 supplier status. Now, any UK public sector organisation can license ACG’s platform of cloud learning courses and hands-on labs via the Government’s Digital Marketplace.
The G-Cloud Framework, an agreement between the UK government and suppliers of cloud-services, provides public sector bodies with a digital marketplace for the research and procurement of these services without running a full tender. Any UK-based public sector organisation can now licence ACG’s market-leading tech skills development platform with confidence that ACG has met the government’s rigorous framework standards.
Sam Kroonenburg, CEO of A Cloud Guru, said that 2020 has accelerated digital transformation at government agencies, and with cloud technology becoming more prevalent, it’s now critical for government workers to effectively maximise cloud-based solutions.
“Through our acceptance onto G-Cloud 12, we’re uniquely positioned to help close the public sector IT skills gap and continue to deliver maximum value from our platform in the UK.”
With an office located in London, A Cloud Guru works with hundreds of companies including DVLA, Thomson Reuters and Accenture. Following the launch of its new platform, ACG’s expanded course catalogue now includes 1,500 hands-on labs for Microsoft Azure, AWS, GCP, Kubernetes, Linux, and more, giving individuals and organisations a toolkit to navigate the latest technologies.