Red Hat Academy introduces expanded curriculum to include Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Red Hat JBoss Middleware and launches new and redesigned web-based, mobile-friendly textbooks
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – January 14, 2014 – Red Hat North America Partner Conference – Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced updates to Red Hat Academy, the company’s open source education program that offers turnkey curriculum materials for educational programs in global secondary and higher education institutions. Red Hat has expanded Red Hat Academy to include content on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Red Hat JBoss Middleware, making Red Hat Academy the first program of its kind to offer an organized OpenStack offering, including a curriculum for instructors, textbooks, and labs, to high school and higher educational institutions.
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by Rudi Kastl, curriculum manager, Red Hat
By default, the packstack installer uses either a volume group named cinder-volumes or a loopback device as back end for the Cinder block storage service. For professional purposes, this is not enough; the usual requirement is to have a redundant storage back end. If you have an existing Red Hat Storage service, you might want to use one of the GlusterFS volumes as back end for the block devices your virtual machines use in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform cloud.
Before starting the configuration, you must remove all existing Cinder volumes, or you will run into problems. To figure out if there are any existing volumes with your current Cinder setup issue:
If there are any volumes listed, delete them with:
cinder delete volumename
Now that you have a cleaned-up Cinder setup, you can configure the back end to exclusively use the Red Hat Storage GlusterFS volume(s).
Start off by installing the GlusterFS-fuse package on the Cinder host, available in the Red Hat Storage Native Client repository from Red Hat Network.
yum -y install GlusterFS-fuse
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Red Hat EMEA at HP Discover 2013, 10th – 12th December 2013, in Barcelona, Spain
It’s your chance to meet top executives from Red Hat and to discuss the truly innovative joint technology offerings that HP and Red Hat have been developing together for more than a decade. Plus get familiar with our solutions and find out how you can win a free Red Hat OpenStack training and/or free Red Hat OpenStack exam from Red Hat Training and Certification.
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by Allyn Collins (Red Hat)
Below are links to some pages and articles we found this week and really liked.
Cigna becomes more agile with behavior-driven development, Services Speak
Red Hat starts new initiative to increase OpenStack adoption, CBR
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