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This $39 bundle can turn you into an AWS pro

This training features nine courses and over 400 lessons delivered by AWS pros.
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Unless you've been living under a very large rock for the past several years, you've doubtlessly heard of Amazon Web Services (AWS)—that cloud computing powerhouse that can be found behind some of the greatest tech innovations spearheaded by startups and Fortune 500 companies alike.

The Ultimate AWS Data Master Class Bundle will get you up to speed with everything this increasingly powerful and important platform has to offer, and it's currently available for over 95 percent off at just $39.

Featuring nine courses and over 400 lessons delivered by AWS pros, this training will help you ride the AWS craze and earn competitive salaries in a variety of fields.

After an introduction to the basic terminology of AWS, you'll learn how to work with cloud computing platforms in order to integrate businesses, obtain valuable insights from massive data sets, solve a variety of networking problems and much more

There's also instruction that introduces you to how AWS can be used in the overarching field of DevOps.

Get the skills you need to cash in on the AWS craze with the Ultimate AWS Data Master Class Bundle for just $39—over 95 percent off for a limited time.

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