Next week in Vancouver, Canada thousands of OpenStack users will meet at the seventeenth annual OpenStack Summit. This year will expand beyond OpenStack to cover topics like CI/CD, container infrastructure, Edge Computing, HPC, Open Source communities, private, hybrid, and public cloud, and telecommunications.
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:
As Walter Bentley mentions in his webinar, when it comes to technology, a lot of the times we get caught up in details. Technology is actually pretty simple stuff; at a high level we’re dealing with a handful of large components like servers, clouds, virtual machines, storage, applications, and more.
Red Hat® Academy provides an evolving curriculum for educational institutions to keep pace with technical industry demands. Rather than learning just theoretical concepts, students learn critical skills for today’s IT jobs based on use cases from thousands of enterprise implementations. Courses are built with input from Red Hat development, support, and field consulting teams. The hands-on instruction spans platform, middleware, and cloud technologies provides the critical problem-solving skills needed for today’s hiring practices.
For Red Hat customers using Satellite 5 and its “System Groups” & “System Group Administrator” functionality, only specified users are allowed to manage certain groups of systems (system groups).
Remote Execution is a very useful feature of Satellite 6. This long anticipated feature made its first appearance in version 6.2. Much has changed since the days of Remote Command in Satellite 5. Most significantly Remote Execution relies on ssh, instead of a client side daemon. This change introduces some new security considerations for hardened environments. Let’s take a closer look.
Have you ever found yourself in the position where you have an issue with your Satellite or, maybe you just need to do something to it and you don’t want to be interrupted while doing so? I’m sure all of us have tried to rectify this by sending out emails to nicely ask people not to login or use the environment. How well did that work for you? I know it never worked well for me. Well, I’m happy to say that we now have a better solution, maintenance mode.