Red Hat Services at Summit 2019: Event Recap

Thank you to everyone who attended Summit 2019 in Boston and engaged with Red Hat Services! Our wonderful customers, partners, and attendees fostered engaging conversations with our team. We appreciate each of you who sought us out in the Customer Success Zone and the Partner Success Lounge to ask thoughtful questions, learn more about enabling yourself to adopt Red Hat technologies, and participated in our events. For those who weren’t able to connect with us, here’s what you missed: 

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Red Hat special offer on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 curriculum

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 training and exams are available for purchase through February 28, 2015.

Training is available as online learning and exams are available as onsite delivery or Individual Exam Sessions. You will have 1 year from the purchase date to take the training or exam.

You can also save 15% when you purchase 2 courses or exams together before February 28, 2015. In order to receive the discount, you must use the code CERT15YEARS at checkout.

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Global Knowledge Honored as 2014 Red Hat Premier Training Partner of the Year

Global Knowledge, the world’s leading IT and business skills training provider, today announced it has been named the 2014 Red Hat Premier Training Partner of the Year. Global Knowledge has been a Red Hat training partner for more than 10 years, and has been recognized as Red Hat’s Premier Training Partner of the Year in North America for four of the past six years.

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Red Hat Training recognizes its top partners, resellers and instructors in Europe, Middle East and Africa

by Jessica Benton (Red Hat)

During this year’s Red Hat Partner Conference EMEA in Madrid, Spain, Red Hat Training gave an update on its new training and certification roadmap. The event covered new delivery methods and courses, including a three day exam marathon during which a total of 70 partner employees had a chance to take a free-of-charge certification exam. In addition, a training partner round table was held to discuss new opportunities for Red Hat Training and our partners. As is tradition, we also held an awards ceremony, recognizing those that have made the biggest impact over the course of the last year in training and certifications.

It is with great pleasure that I reveal the awards given that night:

Training Partner of the Year
Eastern Europe

Datascript, Czech Republic
Datascript is one of our oldest training partners in Eastern Europe and offers our complete training portfolio, from RHCE and RHCA up to the advanced middleware courses in the countries of Czech Republic and Slovakia. For the third year in a row DataScript has earned this prize.

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Catching up with New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Southern California

Based in Southern California, with five offices in Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and San Bernardino counties, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Southern California was recently named Red Hat Training’s Ready Partner of the Year at the annual Red Hat Training Partner Conference in Las Vegas, NV. As part of the world’s largest independent IT training company, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Southern California is a learning solutions provider for the industry’s top vendors, and has been a Red Hat Training Partner since 2010. We recently caught up with New Horizons Computer learning Centers of Southern California’s CEO, Kevin Landry, for his thoughts regarding the state of the training industry today and how it will change tomorrow.

Who are you training these days?
The market we’re in is a little bit unique. 70% of our business is considered B2B or enterprise business, companies like Disney, Southern California Edison, and Ingram Micro. Working with Red Hat over the past several years, we’ve continually seen this business double year after year. Developers in training is the largest growth area, but the greatest area of interest we’ve seen increase has been in the consumer market, where individuals fund their own training. I’d say 30% of the individuals that we train fall into this latter group, and are funding training on their own or have alternative government funding, such as VA benefits or unemployment benefits.

What are the most common reasons people are getting trained right now?
Skill shortage is the main reason that individuals are seeking training, and being that it’s more likely these days to see Linux or Red Hat in a job description, we’ve seen a lot of growth in consumers seeking Red Hat Certifications.

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