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This training bundle offers an in-depth introduction to designing cloud systems on AWS
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October 12, 2017
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As more and more businesses turn to Amazon Web Services for their cloud computing needs, the demand for certified AWS engineers is at an all time high. With the right skills—and the certification to back-it up—you can make a pretty penny building and maintaining a stable cloud infrastructure.

If you want to earn your AWS certification, check out the AWS Solution Architect Certification Training Bundle. It usually goes for over $649, but you can pick up this comprehensive training bundle for just $49 today.

This 22 hours training bundle will introduce you to the entire suite of AWS products, including Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2), Simple Storage Service (S3), Relational Database Service (RDS), and Elastic Block Store (EBS). You'll discover how to combine these powerful capabilities into reliable, scalable cloud computing systems, as well as study everything you'll need to know in order to pass the Solution Architect Certification exam and kick off a new career in enterprise IT.

The AWS Solution Architect Certification Training Bundle is available for over 90 percent off the usual price—just $49. Grab yours today.

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