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GreenPages' Chris Williams Hosting #vBrownBag AWS Exam Prep Webinar

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GreenPages' Chris Williams Hosting #vBrownBag AWS Exam Prep Webinar

GreenPages Enterprise Consultant Chris Williams will be hosting a webinar on August 24th to help IT professionals pass the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam. The series is brought to you by #vBrownBag and follows the official certification blueprint published by Amazon. If you're thinking of taking this AWS exam, you don't want to miss out!

The webinar is titled Domain 1.0 Part 4 - Designing highly available, cost-efficient, fault-toleration, scalable systems. In the webinar Chris will cover:

  • Hybrid IT architectures
  • Direct Connect
  • Storage Gateway
  • VPC
  • Directory Services

 

To learn more about the webinar and to register, visit the #vBrownBag site!

 

About #vBrownBag

vBrownBag is a community of people who work in IT infrastructure who help other professionals in the IT industry perform their jobs at a higher level by providing helpful resources and advice through podcasts, TechTalks, and other mediums.

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