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Get over 75 hours of professional DevOps training for $28

DevOps skills are in higher demand than ever before, and this in-depth training bundle can help you start learning.
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February 20, 2019
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In an industry as fast-paced as tech, efficiency is everything. As such, businesses are always looking for new and innovative ways to cut costs and deliver their products even faster; that's why DevOps has become the talk of the town in the software development scene. You can learn all about it—and prepare for the lucrative opportunities it brings—with the DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle, which you can get for just $28 with code PREZDAY60 at checkout.

For the uninitiated, DevOps is the software development methodology that brings software development and IT operations together, drastically shortening the system development lifecycle and supercharging efficiency. The DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle features 75 hours of instruction on the DevOps methodology. You'll explore key concepts, like configuration management and continuous integration deployment, delivery and monitoring, and get up to speed with critical DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Cucumber, TeamCity, Ansible, and Nagios.

What's more, you'll walk through hands-on training for creating your own Ansible playbooks, managing an entire cloud region, and configure network devices across Linux or Windows operating systems.

The DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle is normally $69, but right now you can get it for just $28 when you enter code PREZDAY60 at checkout. This discount won't last long, so grab yours today.

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