The Government Commercial Cloud Service brings the modern innovations and capabilities of commercial cloud computing platforms to less sensitive Government systems. These leading ICT capabilities are augmented by robust cybersecurity measures and systems to protect the data that resides on commercial cloud platforms.
Multinational conglomerates like Amazon, Google and Microsoft are leading the cloud computing revolution, providing organisations with Commercial Cloud options that are scalable and customisable. Rather than being mired in the cost and hassle of racking, stacking and maintaining computing hardware on-site, developer teams can instead focus on what they do best—build and deliver digital applications that create value for stakeholders within and beyond their organisation.
Government agencies can tap on commercial cloud software to incorporate advanced functionalities into their digital services instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. Application testing and deployment can be automated and done in real-time, speeding up the delivery of high-quality Government digital services to citizens and businesses.
To find out more about the GCC, contact email@example.com.
GCC Foundation Training
GovTech is offering a GCC Foundation Training. Upon completion trainees will have reliably demonstrated the ability to select and use the appropriate GCC Services (GCCS) to host systems on GCC.
Purpose of each GCCS
Subscribing and administering GCCS
Navigating the Cloud Management Portal (CMP)
GCC hosting framework
Onboarding, Setup and Operating Systems
- eLearning on Udemy
Online certification test
60 multiple choice questions
Must score 70% to pass
Open-book using course materials
Require Udemy account
Must be local company in Singapore
How to Sign Up
Please register your interest at https://go.gov.sg/gcctrainingreg
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Last updated 26 January 2021