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Is there a possibility of exploring AWS before recommending it to our clients. Is that priced or Amazon gives us that liberty to a certain extent?
 
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Thanks for your question, Barath.

Yes, it is easy to explore AWS. All you need to do is to create an account (https://aws.amazon.com). You can use some resources for free during your Free Trail (https://aws.amazon.com/free/).

Everything you need to start is described in our book Amazon Web Services in Action. ;)
 
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