Year after year, we go to conferences to learn about the challenges and solutions that today’s business leaders face, but rarely do we have the opportunity for an engaging, interactive, and intimate dialogue with the presenters. This year, Red Hat Consultants are shaking things up.
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Red Hat Training and Certification is pleased to announce a new addition to our Red Hat Learning Subscription offering: Red Hat Learning Subscription – Standard.
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Red Hat Certification is proud to announce a new way to display your Red Hat certifications: Red Hat Certification badges.
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Custom software development and business automation have traditionally been two distinct ways to approach IT solutions to business challenges. Each approach has its own tradeoffs. While software development draws from engineering rigor, historically, the processes have been slow. Conversely, while business automation has enabled non-engineering stakeholders to codify business logic, this has led to additional risk.
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Red Hat Training and Certification is pleased to announce Ansible has been added to the our curriculum portfolio.
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I have always grounded Red Hat Global Services in three things: client success, deep expertise, and emerging technology adoption, whether that be OpenStack, Platform-as-a-Service, containers, or microservices. I was thrilled to attend OpenStack’s annual event this year, OpenStack Summit, to witness and share how we have enabled many of our customers to hit new levels of emerging technology adoption.
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The long-term business value of introducing cloud infrastructure to the enterprise remains clear and uncontested. Standardizing and automating to a cloud infrastructure leads to a reduction in TCO and yields a high-performing, cost-effective and a stable platform that accelerates innovation. Yet, we continue to hear of the same challenges as businesses tackle a migration to the cloud, from the struggle to rapidly provision systems, to scaling cloud computing environments that didn’t quite serve the requirements of business users.
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