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This training could help you land a job with Amazon

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Used by businesses to manage data, promote effective communication, secure proprietary information, and more, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular cloud computing solutions out there.

As such, certified AWS experts are in incredibly high demand, and thanks to the Amazon Web Services® Technical Certification Training, you can join their ranks in just seven hours of training.

This resource focuses on helping you master the AWS Management Console, navigate the AWS platform and become proficient in AWS® platform terminology and concepts. From diving into security measures to launching applications via the platform, the Amazon Web Services® Technical Certification Training bolsters your understanding of every corner of AWS to prepare you for the job hunt.

Normally retailing for $387 AUD, the Amazon Web Services® Technical Certification Training is on sale for $50 AUD [$39 USD], saving you more than 80 percent off the usual price.

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