According to a recent survey about the state of open source jobs featured on opensource.com, the majority of hiring managers surveyed see an increase in hiring for open source talent over other roles in the next six months. This is great news for all of us in open source. The catch? Eighty-seven percent of those same hiring managers reported that attracting candidates with the right skills and expertise is a challenge.
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Red Hat Training is proud to introduce a new webinar that will take place on September 24, 2015: “Creating applications with source-to-image (S2I)”, that will cover OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat.
OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat is a key technology to implement Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) in any company eager to implement private cloud environments. Using PaaS has proven to accelerate time to market for many organizations already.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about the building blocks of source-to-image, including:
- The source-to-image process
- Image streams
- Building an application with S2I
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Red Hat Training has expanded our training portfolio to introduce a new training experience, Video Classroom . For the first time ever, Red Hat Training’s most popular courses are offered in a High Definition (HD) video. These courses are presented by top instructors and delivered online along with cloud-based labs and student guide eBook.
Access to a traditional classroom setting has never been easier. This dynamic training modality has taken Red Hat’s top-rated instructors and recorded them in a classroom setting. Students have access to a true in-classroom presentation all from their home or office, without the expenses of travel. Perhaps even more importantly, students can learn at their own pace while minimizing impact on their job role.
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