Get Trained and Certified on Kubernetes and Other Cloud Technologies With Linux Foundation [70% Off]

If learning cloud related technologies is one of your new year resolution then I have a good news for you.

Linux Foundation, the official organization behind Linux, is running a limited time sale on its cloud training and certification bundles.

There are three bundles in this offer for people with varying experience and interest.

Cloud Engineer Starter Pack

This bundle is for beginners to sysadmin, containers and Kubernetes. You will learn the fundamentals of Linux system administration, containers (Docker), Kubernetes, DevOps and Linux security.

This bundle includes the Certified Kubernetes Adminstrator exam. Obtaining the CKA certification assures employers you have the skills, knowledge, and competency to be a Kubernetes Administrator.

The total price of these courses and the exam is $1695 but you get them all in this bundle for $329 if you use the code CESTARTER at checkout.

Turbo Charge Pack

This one is for the senior system administrators. It uses the CKA exam as the jumping-off point into the complementary sysadmin tools. You will learn specialized cloud and container skills to take your career to the next level.

You pay only $329 instead of $1795 for this bundle by using CETURBO coupon code.

Cloud Developer Starter Pack

This pack is targeted for junior and mid-level developers. You’ll learn the basic knowledge on open source software development along with cloud and container technologies. The Certified Kubernetes Application Developer is perfect for boosting your resume.

The regular price for the bundle is $1396 but you can get it for $329 using coupon code CDSTARTER at the checkout page.

The courses contain videos and supporting study material. You can access it for one year from the date of purchase. You can make two attempts at the certification exams within a year.

The sale ends January 21, 2020, 23:59 UTC. It’s FOSS is an affiliate partner of Linux Foundation. Please read our affiliate policy.

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