CloudCareer for Amazon Web Services: 50 new scenario based Quizzes and Learning statements

CloudCareer for AWS Solutions Architect LogoCloudCareer is our product to test and learn how to use cloud computing in order to pass cloud computing certification. We are live from April and in 1 month we had an extraordinary success, today CloudCareer is 25% of the overall daily traffic of CloudAcademy.com, we are helping more and more professionals to study for AWS and complete the AWS Solutions Architect certification.
We are now working on adding more certification paths for CloudCareer and several new features that will give to our members an even better product to learn and test their skills.
Today our Content team has added 50 new quizzes and learning statements in the CloudCareer path (remember that we have 2 version: BASIC, with 75 quizzes and PRO with 250 quizzes) to help you studying and passing the AWS Solution Architect Certification. We are particularly proud of this new set of questions because they are totally scenario based, so you will test your skills as an AWS architect that needs to understand a real case scenario and also learn a lot of things about building real Amazon Web Services infrastructures.
If you want to see CloudCareer in action and understand how to study for cloud computing certifications with it, check out this article.

Some examples of the new set of content in CloudCareer for AWS Solution Architect

Let me share with you a couple of quizzes and learning statements that you will now find in CloudCareer for AWS Solutons Architect (Associate Level).

A new question example:

An example from the new questions of CloudCareer

The related Learning Statement to learn and deepen your knowledge. 

CloudCareer learning statement example
 

A new question example:

CloudCareer for AWS

The related Learning Statement to learn and deepen your knowledge. 

 An example of a real scenario based question in CloudCareer

If you are already a CloudCareer member you will get the new 50 set of quizzes in your CloudCareer PRO starting a new path. If you are going to subscribe CloudCareer today, they will be automatically inserted in all your career paths.

How to get CloudCareer with 10% OFF for 2 months

CloudCareer is available with a Basic Version with 75 quizzes and learning statements that is designed to test only your skills and a PRO version, with a every 2 month charge of 30$ (15$/month) that gives you 250+ quizzes and learning statements, the possibility to repeat your paths multiple times, new advanced quizzes and learning content every month, access to new CloudCareer paths in advance and an advanced results page.
You can buy CloudCareer with a 10%OFF Discount till the end of May 2014 with the coupon code “10OFF“. You type che coupon code in our CloudCareer page or just reach it with this link: https://cloudacademy.com/cloudcareer/aws-solutions-architect/?code=10OFF.
With 10% OFF CloudCareer is only $27 for 2 months for the PRO version (and then back to $30 charged every 2 months) and $21,33 for the Basic plan. In any case you can unsubscribe from your CloudCareer control panel if you don’t want to renew your subscription.
Click on the image below to reach the already discounted price page:
CloudCareer for AWS Solutions Architect
If you want to know more about CloudCareer you can check our FAQs or send us an email to cloudcareer@cloudacademy.com, we answer in less than 24hours. We use Stripe.com with the highest security standard to manage all our online payments for CloudCareer. In no cases CloudAcademy.com will be able to store or read your payment information and credit card information. Our team is working to offer PayPal and other payment gateways solutions as well.

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