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AWS Exec Max Peterson: Cloud Market to Create 14M Jobs

Max Peterson
Max Peterson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 30,  2015 — Max Peterson, a general manager at the worldwide public sector business of Amazon Web Services (NYSE: AMZN), believes cloud computing will produce up to 14 million job opportunities this year, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

BusinessNewsAsia reported Wednesday Peterson told the audience during his keynote speech at Cloud Expo Asia in Singapore that AWS has launched an education program that aims to support a cloud-ready workforce.

“There is a tremendous opportunity for us to create a new generation of workforce that is smart, agile, fast and innovative and knows how to use cloud, ” Peterson said.

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