Cloud Courses

Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services such as servers, storage, databases, networking, software and analytics over the Internet. Resources can be used more flexibly as a result and scalability is also increased. In its simplest terms, cloud computing is about storing and accessing data and applications via the Internet rather than via the computer’s hard drive. Cloud Services are provided by various suppliers of which Amazon with AWS, Microsoft with Azure and Google with the Google Cloud are the best known. Typically, you only pay for the Cloud Services you use, which can reduce costs, manage infrastructure more efficiently and scale as needs change. Visit our LinkedInFacebook or Instagram page for an impression of SpiralTrain. Click on the links below for more information about the courses and the schedule.

Cloud Course List

Cursus AWS Foundations
Course AWS Foundations
Code: CLO310
First start: 24-06-2024
1 day € 699
Course AWS Administrator
Course AWS Administrator
Code: CLO320
First start: 26-06-2024
3 days € 2250
Cursus Azure Administrator
Course Azure Administrator
Code: CLO220
First start: 24-06-2024
3 days € 2250
Cursus Azure Fundamentals
Course Azure Fundamentals
Code: CLO210
First start: 12-07-2024
1 day € 699
Quarkus Cloud Development Course
Course Quarkus Cloud Development
Code: CLO500
First start: 22-07-2024
3 days € 1999
Google Cloud Development Course
Course Google Cloud Development
Code: CLO400
First start: 11-07-2024
2 days € 1499
Course Azure Cloud Development
Course Azure for Developers
Code: CLO300
First start: 08-07-2024
4 days € 2650
Course AWS Cloud Development
Course AWS for Developers
Code: CLO200
First start: 25-06-2024
4 days € 2650
Course Cloud Computing Overview
Course Cloud Computing Overview
Code: CLO100
First start: 08-07-2024
2 days € 1499

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the cloud platform offered by the e-commerce giant Amazon. AWS offers many advanced technologies available in the cloud computing industry. For example, AWS gives software developers the opportunity to use servers, storage and networks in the cloud. There are also facilities for remote computing, email, mobile development and security. AWS was one of the first companies to introduce a pay-as-you-go cloud computing model. In this model, resources such as computing power and storage can be scaled as users need it.


Azure is Microsoft’s public cloud platform with which complex public and company-internal services and applications can be built, implemented and managed quickly and easily. The Microsoft Azure platform offers a huge range of services, including SaaS, IaaS and PaaS services, Managed Database services and a range of reliable development tools and technologies. Azure also supports many programming languages, frameworks, operating systems, databases, and devices.

Google Cloud

The Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a set of cloud computing services that use the same infrastructure that Google uses for its end-user products, such as Google Search, Gmail, File Storage, and YouTube. In addition to a range of management tools, GCP offers a range of modular cloud services, including computing, data storage, data analytics and machine learning. The Google Cloud Platform offers infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and serverless computing.