Red Hat Training and Certification has expanded our DevOps curriculum to include a new introductory course on containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift.
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With expanded testing locations around the world, Red Hat Individual Exams can help you prove your skills and prepare for a global marketplace. You can take Red Hat certification exams as an individual exam on a secure, personal testing station at a Red Hat or Red Hat partner location.
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You need a consistent way, with best practices, to build, deploy, and manage applications as containers, including one that can automatically scale up or down to handle business demand.
Red Hat believes in celebrating the power and contributions that IT professionals make to open source technologies. For IT professionals, attention on the job is often a sign that something has gone wrong. When things are going right no one thinks about system administrators.
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Red Hat training and certification is the best way for employees to acquire new skills or sharpen existing ones and increase productivity. It is also the best for organizations to ensure that employees have the skills needed to achieve organizational objectives and maximize technology investments. What sets Red Hat training and certification apart from other providers?
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Staying current or renewing your certification is a prime way to continue to be a highly regarded and a sought after professional in the IT marketplace. The Red Hat Learning Subscription can provide you continuous access to Red Hat Technology content so that you can stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and obtain the skills needed to be an expert on these technologies.
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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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