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New AWS digital learning experience, technical courses on Amazon.com, expanded access to AWS re/Start, and Amazon's first dedicated in-person cloud learning center will put cloud skills training into the hands of millions of people

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced four initiatives to empower learners and make it even easier for anyone with a desire to learn to access free cloud computing skills training and unlock new career possibilities in the cloud. The initiatives announced today include the launch of AWS Skill Builder-a new digital learning experience, the addition of AWS courses to the Amazon.com website, the expansion of the AWS re/Start global reskilling program, and the opening of the AWS Skills Center-Amazon's first dedicated, in-person cloud learning space.

Leading experience management software provider selects AWS as its preferred cloud provider to support accelerated innovation, scale globally, and deliver actionable stakeholder insights faster

AWS and Qualtrics (NASDAQ: XM) announced they are expanding their relationship, with Qualtrics migrating its internal IT systems and customer-facing workloads to the world's leading cloud. The migration includes Qualtrics' complete portfolio of experience management (XM) applications and its xFlow automated workflow system. Qualtrics selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider to enhance operational performance, expand globally, and develop new features that help uncover deeper insights for its customers. Qualtrics will be able to provide customers with actionable insights faster and more efficiently using AWS's proven infrastructure and broad capabilities, including machine learning, analytics, databases, security, and compute.

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