Are you looking to get trained or certified on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, DevOps, Cloud Security, Python, Java, or another technical skill? Then you’ll want to mark your calendars for August 23, 2019. Starting Friday at 12:00 a.m. PDT (3:00 a.m. EDT), Cloud Academy is offering complimentary access* to our entire Training Library.
During this free time period, you’ll have 72 hours of unlimited access to our industry-leading:
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- Start training.
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Why get certified, anyways?
You’ll hear a lot of talk about certs, courses, and exams, but what’s a good way to get some focus on the topic? Let us help. Getting certified shows that you have some of the most in-demand and profitable skills in the industry, though there are countless certifications to choose from. Cloud providers — such as AWS and Azure — offer foundational certifications, which are designed to validate a candidate’s overall understanding. Foundational cloud certifications for beginners include AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification and Microsoft Azure Fundamentals. To help you prepare for the exams, Cloud Academy offers vendor-neutral Learning Paths that deliver the theory, technical knowledge, and hands-on practice to get certified to operate across the cloud ecosystem.
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You can explore what’s new on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, CI/CD, containers, security, IoT, data science, programming, machine learning, big data, and beyond. Check out some of our new content from this month:
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