Red Hat launches two courses on Red Hat Ceph storage and OpenStack technologies

New to Red Hat’s portfolio, Red Hat Ceph Storage significantly lowers the cost of storing enterprise data and helps you manage exponential data growth-efficiently and automatically. Delivered in 1 self-healing, self-managing platform with no single point of failure, Red Hat Ceph Storage handles data management so you can focus on improving data availability for your business.

Red Hat Training introduces two new courses: Red Hat Ceph Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125) and Red Hat Ceph Storage for OpenStack Technologies (CEPH130).

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Red Hat Summit: Recap of Training + Certification Break-out Session

At Red Hat Summit 2015, Ken Goetz, Vice President of Global Learning Services, Pete Hnath, Director of Curriculum, and Randy Russell, Director of Certification, took to the stage to address the technology training market and to highlight the new features, courses, and plans for Red Hat Training and Certification. The two main topics these leaders in Global Learning Services wanted to stress were how Red Hat Training is facilitating the implementation of next generation architecture with new content and how Red Hat Training is expanding the ways they offer training.

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New Red Hat Certified Architect Concentration for developers

Earlier this year we announced RHCA concentrations — recommended sets of Red Hat credentials that demonstrate particular areas of focus — datacenter, cloud and application administration to start. Red Hat Certification is now introducing a new Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) concentration: the RHCA Concentration in Enterprise Application Development.

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Red Hat launches new course on building advanced enterprise applications

by The Red Hat Training team

We are pleased to introduce a four-day solution-oriented course designed to take enterprise Java developers, enterprise architects, and senior developers through an intensive, hands-on curriculum where they will build sophisticated front-end and back-end applications and integrate them using the Red Hat JBoss Middleware portfolio.

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