Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science Executive Education and TalentSprint Train Global DevOps Experts

BENGALURU, India–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TalentSprint, a global edtech company and market leader in transformational deep tech programs, today announced a multi-year, multi-program partnership with the School of Computer Science (SCS) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU ), Executive & Professional Education – World’s #1 computer science school. The Advanced Certificate Program in DevOpsthe first to be launched under this partnership, aims to address a growing need for new-era DevOps professionals in the APAC region.

Industries most impacted by digital transformation, such as BFSI, IT, healthcare, retail, media and entertainment, are creating huge opportunities for DevOps specialists globally. These market dynamic positions CMU’s Well-Researched Advanced Certificate Program in DevOps as an important addition in the development journey of aspirants.

About this prestigious association, Santanu Paul, CEO of TalentSprint, said: “This partnership has further strengthened our presence in the United States. CMU’s School of Computing is iconic and this association is a validation of our success in innovative programs with leading institutes and global technology organizations in India and the United States. Our first program with CMU aims to create world-class DevOps specialists.

Commenting on the launch, Ram Konduru, Director of Executive Education at CMU-SCS, said, “We were exploring international markets like India, Middle East and South East Asian markets which have demand growing number of technology professionals. We wanted to partner with a serious edtech company that could align with our core competencies and help us reach new geographies. We are happy to announce our association with TalentSprint and to launch our first program in DevOps.

The Advanced Certificate in DevOps program will help participants gain in-depth knowledge of various new-era DevOps tools. The high-impact 6-month program, designed and taught by expert CMU-SCS faculty, who are world-renowned thought leaders in DevOps such as Professor Len Bass, and researchers Hasan Yassar and Joseph Yankel. If successful, participants will receive The globally recognized CMU certificate. The program will be broadcast on the TalentSprint digital platform ipearl.ai. Applications for this program are open. For more information, applicants can visit the Program page cmu.talentsprint.com/devops

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