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How to become a certified Amazon Web Services engineer

Engadget Engadget 25/08/2016 StackCommerce
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Businesses once thought moving to the cloud was a passing fad, but it's now a technological imperative. And of all the cloud platforms out there, Amazon Web Services is the undisputed leader--which means job prospects for AWS engineers are booming.

If you're angling to get into the industry, The Developer's AWS Mastery Bundle is the place to start. This premium course collection normally retails for $199, but Engadget readers can get it today for just $29.

This bundle features the following four courses, spanning over 15 hours of expert instruction:

  • AWS Certified Developer Associate Exam Prep: Learn the essentials for passing one of the hottest IT certification exams.
  • Intro to AWS Lambda: Use this service to automate your cloud computing functions.
  • GitHub For DevOps: Integrate these open-source source code versioning platforms with AWS to create a modern DevOps pipeline.
  • AWS CloudFormation: Learn to quickly deploy AWS resources in multiple regions.

You'll solidify your newfound knowledge with practice exams designed to simulate real-world scenarios you'll face in the job market. And with lifetime access to all content, you'll stay in control of the pace at which you complete your courses.

If you want to jumpstart your career with some of the most sought-after IT skills in the tech world, snap up The Developer's AWS Mastery Bundle. Be sure to grab it now, this 85 percent markdown won't last forever.

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