Red Hat continues partnership with edX.org with release of new Fundamentals of Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift course

Following the initial release of the free Red Hat Enterprise Linux course on edX, Red Hat Training and Certification ramped up to continue adding courses to the platform. Founded by MIT and Harvard, edX is the only leading provider of massive open online courses that is both nonprofit and open source, making it a great platform to align with Red Hat’s open source culture.

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Pitfalls and Successes in Operational and Cultural Change when Adopting Container Platforms

Failure to Iterate

The technology itself is changing and evolving rapidly. The inability to quickly iterate and consume changes in the products and tooling can put you far behind recent features and potentially cause a lot more rework or re-invention of features already in development. If you try to solve for everything on day one, the time it takes often can put you several versions behind and also could result in solving for scenarios that aren’t necessary at that moment, on both the Infrastructure and the development side.

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Container-driven continuous delivery, this year at Red Hat Summit

CI/CD pipelines have become increasingly prevalent as a way way to approach software promotion workflows, because of their promise of full automation. The desired outcome of a well designed CI/CD pipeline is confidence in the software delivery process so that releases can be done at any time. And in fact a deployment in production becomes a non-event.

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Training As An Investment

In an effort to save expenses, enterprises think they can avoid training their teams. How does skimping on training truly impact the performance of the individual and the health of the overall organization? For IT leaders, these are critical questions that they must consider. What is the cost of a team without expertise?

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Closing the gap between theory and practice

Increasingly, as customers look to optimize their systems, design new solutions, or integrate new technologies, they seek the guidance, practical advice, and deep expertise to introduce new solutions. Day in and day out, our consultants are called on to draw from their experience in the field — across industry, vertical, business size, and region  — to provide customers with the insights, practices, models, and plans that meet their needs and challenges.

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Containers as a (DevOps) cultural catalyst, a field-tested adoption program to begin

Containers signify a new  era of IT transformation — one that increasingly demands speed, agility, and transparency. But the path to realize the full value of containers can be complex because their implications are more than technical. Their inclusion impacts how people, across many different functions, may have traditionally understood their roles, and what they did in their roles (process).

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