Amazon’s Web Services rule the net, here’s a chance to learn all about them for just $19 [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Amazon’s Web Services rule the net, here’s a chance to learn all about them for just $19 [Deals]



Netflix, Instagram, Airbnb, Vine, the list on major web outfits that build at least part of their operations on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is as long as it is impressive. Knowledge of how Amazon’s cloud hosting platform works is invaluable to any web developer or IT professional, and this course bundle — going for 93% off — is a great opportunity to get caught up and certified for just $19 at Cult of Mac Deals.

The bundle includes two courses:

Amazon Web Services Certified Developer – Associate Level

The CDA exam is a great way to assure potential employers that you know your stuff when it comes to AWS, and this course will prepare you to ace it.

Study the requirements for passing the Certified Developer exams
Learn basic Python automation on AWS
Get comfortable with AWS’s software development kits
Create secure, stable apps and and optimize their performance
Over 42 lectures and 9.5 hours of content

Amazon Web Services Certified Solutions Architect

Instructed by an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, this course will teach you to build and host applications from the bottom up, through hands-on exercises and studying every component of application infrastructure.

Become familiar with the AWS global infrastructure
Learn how to build and host websites on AWS
Study scalability and elasticity concepts
Design highly available fault tolerant applications, including a WordPress app
Over 63 lectures and 13 hours of content

If you’re interested in advancing your skillset to include one of the most important platforms on the web, jump on this chance to get a strong foundation in AWS for just $19.

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