The pace of innovation has shortened expectations for time to market, placing pressure on IT teams to keep up with the rate of change. Organizations need just-in-time, prescriptive resources to enable their teams to leverage innovation to solve business problems. The Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS) delivers unlimited, on-demand, modular access to Red Hat’s entire training portfolio including cloud based labs for a full year. The Early Access feature of RHLS enables subscribers to learn from real-time publishing of courses and labs currently in development.
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This post was originally published on the ETI blog here.
Red Hat Quay, (or Kwaaaay as my US colleagues pronounce it), is a Container Registry originally from the guys at CoreOS, who were recently purchased by Red Hat. A container registry plays a pivotal role in a successful container strategy, making it simple for developers and administrators to store, manage, distribute and deploy container images across their container platforms, be that on a laptop, standalone server or a distributed solution like Kubernetes.
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Following the initial release of the free Red Hat Enterprise Linux course on edX, Red Hat Training and Certification ramped up to continue adding courses to the platform. Founded by MIT and Harvard, edX is the only leading provider of massive open online courses that is both nonprofit and open source, making it a great platform to align with Red Hat’s open source culture.
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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 Training and Certification has expanded our DevOps curriculum to include a new introductory course on containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift.
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You need a consistent way, with best practices, to build, deploy, and manage applications as containers, including one that can automatically scale up or down to handle business demand.
Join us Thursday, December 15, 2016 for a free webinar on deploying a containerized application to a Kubernetes cluster.
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