My latest Pluralsight course—Cloud Migrations: Executive Briefing—is now live

During the past decade, there’s been one constant in my professional life. Through four companies (including a couple of acquisitions) and a variety of different jobs, I’ve taught training courses for Pluralsight. Since I started in 2011, over 400,000 people have watched 450,000 hours of my content. I’m going to keep doing technical deep dive courses, but Pluralsight proposed a new type of course for me to experiment with: Executive Briefings.

Rather than screen sharing of slides and demos, Executive Briefings are short video presentations of the speaker delivering a talk, targeting a leadership audience. My first executive briefing course is about migrating to the public cloud.

In this 20 minute session, I go through what you need to migrate when adopting public cloud, seven specific pieces of advice for “how” you do it, and I close with a reminder on why you’re doing it.

Let me know if you like this sort of material, and I may do a few more, while sprinkling in the regular batch of lengthier tech training. With all of us at home, and a new year of learning ahead of us, it’s a great time to grab a Pluralsight subscription.

Author: Richard Seroter

Richard Seroter is Director of Developer Relations and Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud. He’s also an instructor at Pluralsight, a frequent public speaker, the author of multiple books on software design and development, and a former InfoQ.com editor plus former 12-time Microsoft MVP for cloud. As Director of Developer Relations and Outbound Product Management, Richard leads an organization of Google Cloud developer advocates, engineers, platform builders, and outbound product managers that help customers find success in their cloud journey. Richard maintains a regularly updated blog on topics of architecture and solution design and can be found on Twitter as @rseroter.

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