google data engineer learning journey
general

This learning journey is designed to increase each participant's competence and confidence in order to drive superior performance in data engineering.


participants

This program has been designed for (potential) data engineers in Opco IT teams. Enrollment is subject to approval by the candidate's CIO. As the program is given in English, a good command of both spoken and written English is essential.


objectives

The overall objective of this learning journey is to expand the participant's effectiveness as a coach through the use of great conversations, a coaching toolkit, and the provision of practical knowledge and techniques used in effective coaching. The journey provides many opportunities to practice using these tools and to receive performance feedback. 


benefits

After completing the course, students will be able to:

  • Design space analysis: Analyze the tradeoffs inherent in a cloud service design. Situate the design in the overall space. Suggest likely impacts of changes that move the design in that space.
  • Service level metrics, indicators, objectives, and agreements: Describe the difference between each and apply the appropriate type to a given design.
  • Resilience and recovery: Estimate the resilience of a design to various failures, test a service for resilience, and harden a system to make it resilient in the face of failure.
  • Latency versus consistency: Analyze a design’s trade-offs between latency when all replicas are connected versus the consistency guarantees when some replicas are partitioned.
  • Data center operating systems: Differentiate the approaches to managing the resources of a data center (which can be viewed as the operating system for a “computer” comprising the entire center). Configure a service to work with one or more of these operating systems.
  • Instrumentation: Classify the approaches to instrumenting a system. Add instrumentation to a system to make visible a hidden aspect of service performance.
  • Consensus: Summarize the need for consensus, particularly for service metadata. Differentiate the several algorithms and their common implementations. Explain the relationship between the consensus problem and consistency guarantees in the event of replica failure.

the program The complete program will take max. 8 weeks. The exam can be scheduled individually.

Click on this link to get access to the program slide and other links to this professional data engineer learning journey.

Online access will be given to each participant for Pluralsight and Qwiklabs is valid for 12 months. It contains access to all Google Cloud Paths materials.



practical information This learning journey has been developed in collaboration with Google Education and the Frits Goldschmeding Academy.

date

Kick-Off: 5th of February 2021

The program dates are 10, 11, and 12 February 2021.


tuition

The cost per participant is €2,400 for this course inclusive of the exam cost. This will be allocated towards the Opco of a participant. This is a 100% virtual program.


Please note that pricing is subject to change.

 

enrollment

Please enroll the participant using the enrollment form before Monday 25th of January 2021. Note that the enrollment is not final until this has been confirmed by the Frits Goldschmeding Academy. For additional information, please contact the Frits Goldschmeding Academy (academy.frits.goldschmeding@randstad.com). 

If notice of cancellation is received within two months of the session, tuition will be due in full. Operating companies are entitled to replace candidates taking the enrollment requirements into account and allowing sufficient pre-work preparation time.