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StackSocial has Amazon Web Services Solutions Architect 6-Course Certification Bundle (Lifetime Access) on sale for $12.25 when you apply promo code LEARN75 at checkout. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Complete Video Course
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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] is having a sale on the Amazon Web Services Solutions Architect 6-Course Certification Bundle for $49 - $36.75 w/promo code LEARN75 = $12.25.
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Anyone figure out how to redeem the purchase?

I bought the course (got a $5 coupon via paypal, for some reason). Received an email and a Redemption link. Clicking it takes me to the Pearson website which asks me to enroll and pay again....
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I think you would be more marketable in anything AWS related
I work in big tech.... AWS and Azure are both in high demand in terms of cloud computing. I'm finally going to hunker down and do the cert.
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Anyone figure out how to redeem the purchase?

I bought the course (got a $5 coupon via paypal, for some reason). Received an email and a Redemption link. Clicking it takes me to the Pearson website which asks me to enroll and pay again....
I just did it...I did not have to go to another site. Once I redeemed, I created an account on Pearson IT and it let me right in with the bundle and the associated courses.
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go Acloudguru and buy the classes from urlhasbeenblocked
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go Acloudguru and buy the classes from urlhasbeenblocked
An you confirm the link?
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I just did it...I did not have to go to another site. Once I redeemed, I created an account on Pearson IT and it let me right in with the bundle and the associated courses.
Thanks. Did the stacksocial and pearson websites have to have the same username/email id?
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How is their pricing in comparison?
Get the a cloud guru course on ud E my for under $12
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'udemi' has A Cloud Guru solutions architect for $17.59 when using incognito. Price usually fluctuates around there. Can't speak for StackSocial, but A Cloud Guru was really helpful for getting the solutions architect certification.
Thanks for the tip, I got a good price with incognito, but when I login to my account to buy the price jumps up to full price( $179 vs $12). How can we buy it for the low price of $12? Or should I create a new account every time for each course?
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AWS is garbage vs. Azure. Good luck plugging around the hundreds of the configs to secure all your resources.
It is especially easy to say things like that about anything. Do you have specific examples?
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Unfortunately, it's not best in market, it's first to market, and AWS has the market locked. Good luck finding flexible employment options with azure.
The IBM Cloud [ibm.com] is still the biggest, right?

In addition to the preceding, I am curious. Does AWS support development, release and production configurations? Does it support deployment from Git (like the IBM Cloud does)? I am not sure if Microsoft Web Deploy supports .Net Core but can I do Web Deploy to AWS (or is that question not relevant?)? Or is there a reasonable equivalent to Web Deploy (that does more than FTP) that can be used by Visual Studio and C# and .Net developers? For what it is worth, the IBM Cloud is difficult to learn, one reason is its use of Git and development, release and production configurations. Such things of course are important for businesses.
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It is especially easy to say things like that about anything. Do you have specific examples?
The IBM Cloud [ibm.com] is still the biggest, right?

In addition to the preceding, I am curious. Does AWS support development, release and production configurations? Does it support deployment from Git (like the IBM Cloud does)? I am not sure if Microsoft Web Deploy supports .Net Core but can I do Web Deploy to AWS (or is that question not relevant?)? Or is there a reasonable equivalent to Web Deploy (that does more than FTP) that can be used by Visual Studio and C# and .Net developers? For what it is worth, the IBM Cloud is difficult to learn, one reason is its use of Git and development, release and production configurations. Such things of course are important for businesses.
Ohh IBM cloud. I can't tell if you're joking... Never met anyone that built on IBM or Oracle cloud that had good things to say

And I may not be following correctly, but are you trying to employ a git-ops model on aws/gcp/azure? All three providers have the tooling depending on what you're trying to do, just in various forms. Or rather than going with provider-specific tooling, you could just leverage knative and run atop a managed kubernetes cluster.
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Thanks for the tip, I got a good price with incognito, but when I login to my account to buy the price jumps up to full price( $179 vs $12). How can we buy it for the low price of $12? Or should I create a new account every time for each course?
Sorry, not sure. I created my account for that course.
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If you can still get ACG videos on urlhasbeenblocked I recommend doing that. Stacksocial tends to use awful training resources.
Can you try to give us the"urlhasbeenblocked" in a way it doesn't get bocked?
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It is especially easy to say things like that about anything. Do you have specific examples?
The IBM Cloud [ibm.com] is still the biggest, right?

In addition to the preceding, I am curious. Does AWS support development, release and production configurations? Does it support deployment from Git (like the IBM Cloud does)? I am not sure if Microsoft Web Deploy supports .Net Core but can I do Web Deploy to AWS (or is that question not relevant?)? Or is there a reasonable equivalent to Web Deploy (that does more than FTP) that can be used by Visual Studio and C# and .Net developers? For what it is worth, the IBM Cloud is difficult to learn, one reason is its use of Git and development, release and production configurations. Such things of course are important for businesses.
IBM? No, not even close. As far as customer-base it goes AWS > Azure > Google ... and somewhere down the line is IBM.
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A cloud guru pricing is 450 a year or 50 a month for unlimited content access.
Dont fall for it. Its a scam
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I ordered, seems like a lot of content for 12 bucks. Pearson.com appears to be the course location so that's good enough for me. Thanks OP.
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