by Will Dinyes (Red Hat)
I’ve been developing in Java since the late 90s, and I can’t tell you how much of that time has been spent writing and maintaining code that is incredibly uninteresting. Boiler plate code to handle exceptions, repetitive utility classes to stand up and shut down database connections, the same 8 lines of code, copy and pasted into project after project, to manage JNDI look-ups of EJBs back in the pre-CDI days.
Continue reading “Camel Is Making My Job Obsolete! Wait, No . . . More Efficient!”
by Laura Chang (Red Hat)
A recent IDG survey found that 84% of companies plan to use OpenStack in the near future, but 55% of those companies reported that they find it difficult to find qualified professionals who know OpenStack.
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by Laura Chang (Red Hat)
Red Hat hosted our first live Training and Certification Tweet Chat on July 2, 2014 to answer questions about Red Hat Training and Certification on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Thank you for all the tweets, re-tweets and posts. We love hearing from you and hope it was beneficial. Review some of the questions below and continue to connect with us!
@RedHat_Training#RHEL7Chat If I have RHCSA on RHEL6 passed, and now I wish to have RHCE, should I pass one more time EX200 in RHEL7?
@thedivek Nope! As long as your RHCSA is current on RHEL6, you can take the RHCE Exam for RHEL7 #RHEL7Chat
@RedHat_Training#RHEL7Chat How long are EX200 and EX300 exams on RHEL7?
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Red Hat recently announced changes to it’s professional certification program. Red Hat expanded the number of Red Hat Certificates of Expertise that may be applied toward earning the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) certification, providing more flexibility in the certificates one might choose to earn toward RHCA, and implemented policy changes that acknowledge and differentiate Red Hat Certified Professionals who are current on their certifications.
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Guest post by Eric Nothen, a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) who is a part of the Red Hat customer reference program and the Red Hat Innovation Advocates.
If you have any type of Dell assets registered to a Spacewalk or Satellite server, like desktops, laptops, or servers, then there’s a very easy way you can get all of your assets hardware support information saved at Spacewalk or Red Hat Satellite. In case you didn’t know, Dell provides a web service that you can use to query support information, by just providing the service tag of an asset. This valuable information includes shipping date, region, model, plus start and end dates of expired and active contracts. Read more about the web service.
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by Allyn Collins (Red Hat)
Below are links to some pages and articles we found this week and really liked.
Red Hat Unveils Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Redefining the Enterprise Operating System, Red Hat
Red Hat Training and Certification Curriculum for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Red Hat
Evolution of Red Hat Courses and Exams with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Services Speak
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Red Hat Deepens Collaboration with SAP on SAP® Data Management Portfolio, Launches Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA® , Red Hat
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by Pete Hnath (Red Hat)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 represents an exciting next step in the continued evolution of the product family and is perhaps the most comprehensive update in the 11 years I’ve been with the company. New tools such as systemd, firewalld, OpenLMI and others changes the paradigm for enterprise Linux administration by providing greater centralization and automation for the administrator. Other enhancements improve performance, security and scalability. Red Hat Training has substantially updated the RHCE level curriculum to integrate these improvements. The technical changes in the new release are such that even veteran, practicing Linux administrators should consider taking additional training.
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