Amazon Web Services: 2 new courses from Andrew Templeton

We are proud to publish 2 new AWS courses that will make a difference in people’s careers.

As I noted last week, Andrew Templeton is one a select group of individuals who’ve earned all 5 AWS Certifications: Developer Associate, SysOps Administrator Associate, Solutions Architect Associate, Solutions Architect Professional, and DevOps Engineer Professional. 

Both courses are by Andrew Templeton and feature genunely advanced content.

This first new Cloud Academy course, Advanced Techniques for AWS Monitoring, Metrics and Logging ,offers 1 hour and 9 minutes of video in five lessons. Andrew teaches advanced techniques for logging on AWS, going beyond the basic uses of CloudWatch Metrics, CloudWatch Logs, and health monitoring systems.

Advanced Techniques for AWS Monitoring, Metrics and Logging

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The next course available today is Advanced Deployment Techniques on AWS. This excellent class features 1 hour and 11 minutes in 5 lessons. This class shows students the best ways of designing their deployment processes to best fit business needs.

Advanced Deployment Techniques on AWS

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We continue growing and our quality commitment stays the same. These new advanced classes are in line with our best courses. They will yield lasting results for everyone who invests the time to fully enjoy them. Check one out now with our free 7-day trial. Let us know what you think and suggest the best ways for improving the experience. We take feedback seriously and incorporate it into our plans on a daily basis.

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