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.
Does the Red Hat Training and Certification approach work? According to our students it does.
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In case you are new to the containers game, let’s get you caught up.
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Red Hat Certified Professionals are often innovators and leaders in their IT organizations, suggesting using new technologies and approaches and sharing knowledge and insight with coworkers.
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Red Hat’s Training and Certification team would like to offer congratulations to Rackspace for being named the 2017 Red Hat Innovation Awards winner in the Cloud Infrastructure category at Red Hat Summit in early May. Rackspace was specifically recognized for its Rackspace Private Cloud powered by Red Hat, which provides OpenStack® private clouds as-a-service using the Red Hat OpenStack Platform.
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Our training portfolio has expanded to include Ansible training dedicated to Ansible Tower. We have introduced this brand new Ansible training course to the our DevOps, platform, and infrastructure management curriculum portfolios.
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This article was originally posted on OpenSourceArchitects.org.
In the previous article in this series we discussed the workflows and processes involved in an SOE. In the final part of this series we will discuss the implementation and operation of an SOE in practice, using Red Hat Satellite, Ansible Tower, and Jenkins to drive Continuous Integration and testing. This architecture is implemented using the SOE-CI scripts, available here. While this article focuses on using version 1.0 of SOE-CI, please note that a new version of SOE-CI is under development. This is a complete rewrite in Python, using the Nailgun API to satellite and is available here.
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