Red Hat Training and Certification is pleased to announce Ansible has been added to the our curriculum portfolio.
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I have always grounded Red Hat Global Services in three things: client success, deep expertise, and emerging technology adoption, whether that be OpenStack, Platform-as-a-Service, containers, or microservices. I was thrilled to attend OpenStack’s annual event this year, OpenStack Summit, to witness and share how we have enabled many of our customers to hit new levels of emerging technology adoption.
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Red Hat Training is proud to introduce a new webinar that will take place on September 24, 2015: “Creating applications with source-to-image (S2I)”, that will cover OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat.
OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat is a key technology to implement Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) in any company eager to implement private cloud environments. Using PaaS has proven to accelerate time to market for many organizations already.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about the building blocks of source-to-image, including:
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by Holly Neal
Thank you to all Red Hat Certified Professionals (RHCPs) worldwide who submitted their story to become the Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year for 2014. We received many outstanding stories. Congratulations to all RHCPs who use their Red Hat certified skills to enhance their IT environments.
The Red Hat® Training and Certification team congratulates Jorge Juarez Acevedo of Mexico for being selected as the 2014 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year.
Mr. Acevedo conducted several key projects as the IT Manager at Banco Azteca in Mexico. Banco Azteca operates in Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru, El Salvador and Brazil and it is one of the largest banks in Mexico in terms of coverage. With more than 6.8 million savings accounts. In addition to consumer credit for goods. Banco Azteca offers personal loans, credit cards, as well as car loans, among other types of credit. Banco Azteca also offers payroll systems. Acevedo leveraged his RHCSA, RHCE, RHCVA, and RHCDS certification skills to make better use of Red Hat solutions and add more value to Banco Azteca Business.
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by Mike Randall (Red Hat)
As we gear up for the coming year, it would be criminal for us to not to do our very own Top 10 list while we say good night to 2013. Miss something over the last 12 months? Here are our most popular posts from 2013, in their glorious and original form:
Tuning your system with tuned, Wander Boessenkool
Guest post: Journey to RHCE and beyond, Christian Stankowic
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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.
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