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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The Red Hat curriculum and certification team have 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 Partner Pavilion of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Here are a few activities that we wanted to highlight so you can put them on your schedule:
Are you a Red Hat Certified Professional planning to attend the 2017 Red Hat Summit in Boston? If so, you are invited to attend the annual exclusive Red Hat Certified Professionals event May 2nd. The event will be held at Harpoon Brewery.
Did you know that DevOps roles are some of the highest-paying in the tech industry?
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Red Hat Training and Certification is extending the period for which many Red Hat certifications will be considered current.
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Congrats to Ansible! Within the last month, Ansible turned 5 years old, but that didn’t stop them from being recognized as the 2016 Open Source Rookie of the Year for their new open source project around containers.
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Red Hat Training and Certification is offering 9 accelerated courses for onsite training at Red Hat Summit 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Join us for a free, webinar on Thursday, February 23, 2017 on meeting growing data needs using Red Hat Ceph Storage.
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