A few hours ago, we just launched a very important news in our platform: the new subscription system. It has been announced by our CEO Stefano just a few days ago, and it’s now in place at all effects.
It is a very important step in CloudAcademy.com‘s mission to be the best platform to learn Cloud Computing, and I’m really excited that we finally reached another milestone in the journey. This turning point will help CloudAcademy.com to grow even more in the future, and to keep delivering the best resources to our members, and I’m sure you are just excited as we are about that all.
The three subscriptions plans: Free, Basic and Pro
Starting from today, there are three plans available for you to choose from to enjoy your CloudAcademy.com’s experience: the free plan to get a small taste of the platform, the Basic plan to take advantage of most of our resources, and the Pro plan to have unlimited access to each and every available resource. Let’s see them in details.
The Free plan gives you access to all our quizzes, with just a limitation of no more than 300 quizzes available per month. It’s the entry level plan, and it is automatically available to any Cloud Academy members. This plan is thought to give you a sample of Cloud Academy and to leave you the possibility of testing your knowledge and improving it thanks to our exclusive Quiz + Learning technology. Quizzes are our longest-standing resource, and one of the most appreciated, so we are really happy that even with the Free plan you can still keep improving your Cloud knowledge.
The Basic plan is a good trade-off between available resources and costs. For less than 1 dollar a day, you get unlimited access to all the learning and testing resources of Cloud Academy, that is our Quizzes, Learnings and Courses, both the ones we have released already and those we are working on and will be made available in the future. And if you are wondering what new content will be published and when, look at our roadmap, and send us your feedback! Also, the Basic plan will also give you access to CloudCareer for AWS, our special product to get prepared for AWS Certifications.
But if you really aspire to get the whole Cloud Academy experience, the Pro plan is your choice. For just 49$ per month you will get access to any kind of resource, including our Labs, where you can learn by doing real actions on real cloud resources being assisted by our exclusive lab technology, which will track your progress and give you hints if are lost and can’t get your task done.
Our limited yearly promotion at $190 or 30% on your monthly subscription
A few days ago we launched a special promotion for all our members. One year of our PRO plan at only $190 / year for the first year. We got an extremely high numbers of members using this special offer and some of them asked us to extend this offer till the end of the month.
If you are interested in a PRO subscription, with everything included, at only $190, you can still subscribe here.
Till the end of August you can also enjoy a 30% discount on all our monthly subscriptions, Basic and PRO. You can pay month by month and unsubscribe whenever you want from your control panel.
Choosing the right subscription for you
The nice thing about the new subscriptions plan is that you can upgrade or downgrade it anytime. There is no minimum commitment, no minimum fee, nothing that binds you to a long-term contract if you don’t want it. And if you are interested in CloudCareer for AWS, our product to test your knowledge while preparing for AWS Certifications, you can still buy it as a stand alone product, for a one-time 70$ cost.
We want to hear from you!
We are well aware that this is a major change in our platform, and we are thrilled thinking to the many things we are working on and will deliver you in the next months. Above all, we really want to hear your opinion, so feel free to write at email@example.com and tell us what you like and what you don’t in CloudAcademy.com. Every feedback we get is precious to improve our platform, so we will never thank you enough for the help and support you already provided and will continue to provide in the future.
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