Helping our customers, partners, and communities utilize technology in times of massive transformation is what we do and who we are as an organization. To help with your skills transformation during this time, we want to make learning OpenShift accessible from wherever you are. Red Hat Training and Certification is offering the self-paced, online Introduction to OpenShift Applications (DO101) course at no cost until June 30, 2020.
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Automation is everywhere. With the speed of modern business continuously accelerating, companies must deliver better products to market faster. But extended release cycles, error-prone releases, and unauthorized shadow IT make keeping up with market demands difficult. In this new digital landscape, automation has become a critical part of DevOps ability to enact and enforce best practices, and take advantage of appropriate skills that can support IT and help businesses overcome these challenges.
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Linux may be 20 years old, but it’s as hot as ever in terms of job creation, a new survey finds.
by Matt Asay
The article below originally appeared in ReadWriteWeb here.
Everyone’s a tech company these days. From new-school video streaming services like Netflix to old-school grocery businesses and government agencies, technology increasingly drives business productivity. At the heart of this movement is Linux, resulting in exceptional, highly paid job opportunities for Linux professionals.
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by Allyn Collins (Red Hat)
Below are links to some pages and articles we found this week and really liked.
Webinar: Automate OpenShift workflows to reduce dev-to-QA time, Red Hat
Getting developers and IT operations working together, Services Speak
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