Google, Facebook and Amazon will soon have to prove their expertise to the Indian government as they seek to create a certification scheme to verify their expertise in software development and cloud-computing.
The three tech giants are to jointly launch a certification programme, which they hope will allow them to attract more developers to their platforms, particularly as India is facing a lack of cloud talent and software development talent.
Google, Facebook, and Amazon are all currently working on a certification process for cloud developers.
Currently, the government does not require companies to apply for certification from the cloud giants.
“The certification process is the backbone of the industry,” said Google’s co-founder and CEO Sundar Pichai.
“We want to bring this process into India.
We’re partnering with the government to help create a comprehensive certification regime that will be applicable to all companies and their customers,” he added.
The certification will be a one-stop shop for developers and cloud startups.
Cloud companies will have to register with the ministry of IT, the country’s IT regulator, and submit a certification report and an online certification portal, which will help the government validate the certification.
India is not a free market, but a very competitive one.
For example, there are strict rules on foreign investment in India, which means that there is a strong regulatory framework.
This is the reason why Google is working hard to bring the certification process to India.
India is a very open market, and if you are not compliant with the rules you will be punished,” said Amit Agarwal, head of the Google India operations.
The three companies, along with other Indian companies, are working on an application to become a certification provider.
It will enable them to build scalable solutions to solve their business challenges.” “
The certification scheme is a one stop shop for all cloud startups in India,” he said.
“It will enable them to build scalable solutions to solve their business challenges.”
The government said it would require companies applying for certification to complete the certification online.
This could include the submission of a detailed report, such as the number of cloud jobs created and the number per employee, as well as the verification of each software platform, including the number used for development, which could include a link to the source code of the app.
“We are also working on the verification process for developers, and we will introduce a framework in the next few weeks to ensure that the cloud-building industry is not closed off,” said Anil Agarwal, director of the Department of IT.
The new certification regime will help Indian cloud startups scale quickly and get a competitive edge, he added, saying the certification system is “a key step”.
“The cloud-development sector has been under pressure for many years.
We have to give it a boost,” said Agarwa.
“Developers will find it easier to get a certification from an Indian company.”