Need to expand your IT know-how? It doesn’t happen overnight – but there are courses out there that can get you there quickly. Big businesses need the security, storage, and flexibility that cloud computing can provide, and they need competent IT professionals that know their way around those systems. Here are three online training packages that can distill a wealth of complex technical knowledge into a few short lessons.
No matter what path to certification you’re taking, this bundle will get you there. It gives you an overview of how to integrate big databases into the cloud, then shows you the nuts and bolts of how that works with the most popular platforms: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. Over 24 courses, you’ll learn how to deploy that cloud infrastructure, configure it to suit your company’s needs and keep it humming for the long term. Right now, you can get lifetime access to the Complete Cloud Computing Bundle for $49.99, more than 90% off the MSRP.
Is your company using Oracle? If so, this exhaustive boot camp gives you everything you need to handle their database needs. It gets you up to speed and speaking Oracle’s language quickly with an overview on PL/SQL, then moves on to spotlight tools like Toad 12.6, RMAN and more. In all, it’s more than 180 hours of training designed to enable you to troubleshoot any Oracle system. Pick up the Complete Oracle Master Class Bundle for 92% off at $29.99.
Whether it’s on Linux or Windows, you’ll have a firm foundation on your businesses cloud computing system with this 30-hour course. It includes a complete walkthrough on the Git control system and how to use it to manage your workflow, plus deep dives into Ansible 2.0 and other essential tools. The Essential Microsoft Azure Certification Bundle is now on sale for $29.99, down 97% from the list price.`
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