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Which is the best AWS cloud architecture online course ? AWS/GOOGLE cloud architecture is better ?

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Huh? You seem to be asking two separate questions. AWS is the more mature hyperscale cloud provider with a larger number of services. As for training, A Cloud Guru and LinuxAcademy offer excellent training courses.


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Linux Academy. GCP or AWS is your choice; either would be beneficial


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