As prudent as physical storage may be (hard drives, right on your computer, etc.), cloud storage is quickly becoming most people's go-to for storing photos, files, projects, and much more. Since its early days, cloud storage has decreased in price while simultaneously increasing in capacity, and many companies are jumping on the bandwagon of offering cloud storage solutions to both consumers and businesses. If you're interested in build cloud storage apps and services, there's never been a better time to jump in.

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The AWS Cloud Development Bundle will supply you with all the knowledge you need to start building great cloud apps for businesses and regular folks who just want secure cloud storage. You'll start off simply, getting comfortable with the databases available on AWS, plus app and messaging services. You'll the move into learning Microsoft Azure, then OpenStack (the "Linux of the Cloud"), and on to applying both of those tools to create various cloud solutions. You'll also get training for AWS certification, which is one of the best ways to get noticed by IT employers.

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