OpenStack Summit: One-day Training from Red Hat Training on Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director

Join us at the OpenStack Summit in Austin, Texas April 27th or April 28th for an all-day training session on Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform Director.

Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director is a deployment and lifecycle management tool for your OpenStack environment. In this one-day course, you will learn about the architecture and technology used in the Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director. You will deploy the overcloud (Red Hat OpenStack Platform installation) using the Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director and expand the OpenStack deployment by adding a compute node. This is hands-on, technical training in which you will deploy the Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director and verify its functionality. Attendees should have a system administration background to get the most out this training.

April 27, 2016 – Register here
April 28, 2016 – Register here

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