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Start your cloud career with this $30 Azure bundle

Get 30 hours of training on this leading cloud platform presented by industry experts.
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09.13.19
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Cloud computing services have become inescapable for most businesses. Companies ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 conglomerates all rely on cloud platforms in order to innovate new services and reach new clients, and their reliance on these platforms is growing by the day.

Microsoft Azure is one of the most powerful and in-demand cloud computing services in the world, and the Essential Microsoft Azure Certification Bundle will teach you everything you need to know for over 95 percent off at just $30.

With 30 hours of training, this bundle walks you through both the fundamentals and more advanced elements of this popular cloud platform.

You'll learn how to build highly-scalable and fault-tolerant applications, create workflows from scratch, build repositories, integrate a wide range of third-party platforms into your projects and much more.

This training also walks you through the AWS infrastructure by teaching you the key concepts, latest trends, and best practices.

Get the skills you need to thrive in a cloud-based business world with the Essential Microsoft Azure Certification Bundle for just $29.99—over 95 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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