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Here’s how to become a certified Amazon Web Services pro

Save hundreds on 50+ hours of training in this industry leading cloud computing platform.
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February 14, 2018
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With each day, new tech innovations hit the market, and older ones go the way of floppy disks and dial-up Internet. However, it's safe to say that as more companies go digital and leverage data to improve their products, cloud technology is here to stay.

There are a host of cloud service platforms out there designed to help businesses manage their data and scale with their needs, but Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular and taking the time to understand its ins and outs can help you lock down a position as a valuable cloud professional. The Amazon Web Services Certification Training Mega Bundle can get you started, and it's on sale for over 90 percent off.

Boasting more than 50 hours of training spread across eight courses, this collection is designed to help you ace several AWS certification exams and familiarize you with its most important tools. Jump in, and you'll start with the essentials, like navigating the AWS management console and understanding the security measures AWS provides. Then, you'll take on more advanced concepts, such as using Amazon S3 to store data on a massive scale and hosting domain names with Amazon Route 53.

The Amazon Web Services Certification Training Mega Bundle normally retails for $1,299, but you can get the full bundle today for just $69, less than $9 a course.

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