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CARY, N.C., Dec. 2, 2019 /CNW/ -- Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released several new training courses and certifications to close the cloud skills gaps organizations are facing. Global Knowledge, the worldwide leader in IT training and an AWS training partner, will be onsite at AWS' re:Invent show in Las Vegas, December 2-5, to help AWS customers learn how to more readily adopt, deploy and maintain AWS solutions.

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The new AWS courses and certifications:

The recently published Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Report revealed that, according to IT decision-makers, cloud computing skills are the second most challenging area to find and hire qualified talent. As a result, cloud salaries are at a premium, and AWS has four top-paying certifications.

"Companies originally shifted to cloud solutions to gain cost controls, now they're migrating for better innovation opportunities and speed to market," said Susan Cipollini, Global Knowledge, global portfolio director for cloud computing. "With that shift, skills gaps have developed. To help close those gaps, AWS certifications play a key role because they validate skills and ultimately will help them be successful in their jobs."

Learn more about our AWS training and certification curriculum:


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About Global Knowledge

Global Knowledge supports the international technology industry and organizations with the best tech skills training and solutions. Global Knowledge delivers the broadest and deepest portfolio of IT training programs, with the unique flexibility to deliver directly via on-demand digital courses, virtual and physical classrooms, customized and blended formats, and through a worldwide partner network.

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