We are excited to announce that DDLS has added Amazon Web Services (AWS) accredited training to its portfolio. Training will be rolled out across all DDLS training centres in Australia to support the growing demand for training on AWS Cloud.
AWS is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. AWS allows organisations to both move existing on-premises solutions to the cloud, and to create new cloud applications and architecture on demand.
“We hear repeatedly from our clients that they are adopting a cloud-first strategy in order to become more agile and innovative in responding to changing customer demands. By adding AWS to our portfolio, we have the opportunity to support our customers as they transform their business to a cloud-centric environment.”
Jon Lang, DDLS CEO
The role-based approach to training begins with an AWS Technical Essentials class before becoming specifically aligned to the needs of the AWS Architect, Administrator and Developer. The training aligns to industry-leading certifications including AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, and AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate and Professional, and will be delivered across all major DDLS training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Adelaide.
“Demand for highly skilled and certified AWS professionals continues to grow, as more customers make the transition to AWS. We are therefore delighted to collaborate with leading training provider DDLS, in order to expand delivery of high-quality AWS training in the major cities in Australia.”
Stefan Jansen, AWS Head of Training and Certification, Australia and New Zealand
Highly experienced and qualified DDLS trainers are ready to deliver AWS courses across all major training centres in Australia.
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