Building Tech Careers
With Makers'
Cloud Engineering Courses

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Explore Our Cloud Engineering Courses Curriculum

After 8 weeks of Software Engineering Fundamentals, the second half of our 16-week Cloud Engineering Program consists of seven modules:



Week 9


CI/CD and Serverless

Week 10


Main Cloud Provider

Week 11


Infrastructure as Code

Week 12



Week 13


Securing Cloud Applications

Week 14


SRE Issues

Weeks 15-16

Makers' Cloud Engineering Courses: Empowering Tech Careers

Makers’ Cloud Engineering courses can open up various career paths across different industries where cloud technologies and infrastructure are central to operations. 

The career path learners choose may depend on their specific interests, the cloud platforms they're proficient in, and the demand for cloud engineering professionals in their region. Cloud engineering skills are in high demand, as cloud computing continues to play a central role in modern IT infrastructure.

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Cloud Engineer

This is the most direct career path for someone with a Cloud Engineering qualification. Cloud engineers design, implement, and maintain cloud infrastructure, ensuring it meets the needs of an organisation. They work with cloud service providers like AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.

Cloud Solutions Architect

Cloud solutions architects design and oversee the implementation of complex cloud solutions. They work closely with stakeholders to understand business requirements and recommend cloud-based solutions that align with organisational goals.

DevOps Engineer

DevOps engineers focus on automating and streamlining development and IT operations processes. They work with cloud platforms to facilitate continuous integration, continuous delivery (CI/CD), and infrastructure as code (IaC) practices.

Cloud Security Engineer

Cloud security engineers specialise in securing cloud environments. They implement security best practices, configure access controls, and monitor for threats to protect data and resources in the cloud.

Cloud Operations Manager

Cloud operations managers are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management and performance of cloud environments. They ensure that cloud resources are available, scalable, and cost-effective.

Cloud Data Engineer

Cloud data engineers work on data pipelines and data storage solutions in cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud. They focus on extracting, transforming, and loading (ETL) data for analytics and machine learning purposes.

Cloud Network Engineer

Cloud network engineers design and manage cloud-based networking solutions. They configure virtual networks, load balancers, and security groups to ensure optimal network performance and security.

Cloud Consultant

Cloud consultants provide expertise to organisations looking to migrate to the cloud or optimise their existing cloud infrastructure. They assess business needs and recommend appropriate cloud strategies.

Cloud Trainer/Instructor

If you have a passion for teaching and sharing your knowledge, you can become a cloud trainer or instructor, offering training programmes and workshops on cloud technologies and best practices.

Cloud Compliance Analyst

Cloud compliance analysts ensure that cloud deployments adhere to regulatory requirements and industry standards. They assess and manage compliance risks in the cloud environment.

Cloud Cost Analyst/Manager

Cloud cost analysts and managers are responsible for monitoring and optimising cloud spending. They help organisations control cloud costs by identifying cost-saving opportunities and recommending budgeting strategies.

Cloud Application Developer

Cloud application developers build and deploy cloud-native applications that run in cloud environments. They leverage cloud services and serverless technologies to create scalable and resilient applications.

Cloud Project Manager

Cloud project managers oversee cloud-related projects, from planning and design to implementation and maintenance. They ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.

IoT Cloud Engineer

With the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), IoT cloud engineers work on connecting and managing IoT devices and data in the cloud.

Cloud Business Analyst

Cloud business analysts bridge the gap between IT and business stakeholders. They assess the impact of cloud solutions on business processes and help organisations make informed decisions.

What Our Graduates Say


This 8-week specialism takes part in the second half of a 16-week bootcamp, during which time, you'll be mentored by seasoned specialists with valuable experience and extensive expertise.

They've already assisted numerous graduates in kickstarting successful careers in Software Engineering - you could be next.

"I have really enjoyed my time completing the DevOps Apprenticeship at Makers. The bootcamp provides you with the fundamental knowledge for DevOps, which I have been able to build upon during placement. The coaches are friendly and knowledgeable. I would recommend this apprenticeship to anyone wanting to start their career in Tech."

Mathew Grimward, DWP

Alternative Specialisms

We offer alternative routes as part of our training, including:

Data Engineering

Software Engineering

Quality Engineering

Apply Today

Apply for our Cloud Engineering Bootcamp Course, improve your expertise, and begin your new journey. 

Become a Cloud Engineer