Salesforce drives team productivity with AWS Classroom Training
With over 150,000 enterprise customers worldwide, Salesforce is one of the largest and most recognized customer relationship management providers. But what truly sets Salesforce apart is how the company continually invests in its workforce to keep pace with the latest technologies. One such technology is Amazon Web Services (AWS), which underpins the redesign of Hyperforce — an updated version of the Salesforce infrastructure designed for the cloud.
Paul Eldridge, Director of Technical Learning Programs, spoke to AWS about Salesforce’s three-tier approach to building AWS and cloud-native skills across the organization. By taking a multimodal approach to training and scaling its workforce development through digital, classroom, and experiential learning, Salesforce helps its engineering workforce gain the AWS skills and cloud-native confidence that they need to succeed.
After 50 Running Containers on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) classes, Salesforce is seeing an average of plus 20% engineering intellectual confidence gain.