The Red Hat Training and Certification team has been busy preparing for Red Hat Summit. We hope that you will plan to join us for as many of the training and certification activities as possible! The team will be located in the Customer Success Zone at the Moscone West 2nd floor lobby. Here are a few activities that we wanted to highlight so you can put them on your schedule:
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Red Hat Training and Certification is offering 8 accelerated courses for onsite training and 3 certification exams at Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco, CA.
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The world of OpenStack is forever evolving and improving. Virtually everything is virtual: virtual routers, virtual switches, virtual cables, and virtual bridges.
Red Hat® JBoss® AMQ 7, released in April of 2017, is a flexible and lightweight messaging platform that easily integrates various application components. It combines the performance and efficiency of reactive programming with a more flexible architecture, giving you a strong foundation for building distributed, reactive message-driven applications.
Would you like to scale your IT automation? Extend it with a centralized, visual dashboard and a REST API? Or maybe find a way to structure end extend your existing Ansible infrastructure with role-based access control, job scheduling, or system tracking?
Digital transformation is critical to the success of organizations and individuals alike. While technology is the primary focus of every transformation, people and skills are often overlooked components.
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We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Red Hat EMEA Training Partner Awards. The awards were handed over at the Red Hat EMEA Partner Conference, which took place from June 18, 2017 to June 21, 2017.
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Some things have changed in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7 in the areas of directories, file system structure, and systemd as it relates to service control.