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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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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by Allyn Collins (Red Hat)
Below are links to some pages and articles we found this week and really liked.
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Guest Blog Post: Manage Solaris with Spacewalk and Red Hat Satellite, Services Speak
MEDIA ALERT: Red Hat to Host Virtual Event, “Redefining the Enterprise Operating System,” on June 10, 2014, Market Watch
Red Hat brings OpenShift closer to the enterprise, CIO
Blog Post: Red Hat Certification Program Changes 2014, Services Speak
Red Hat Finally Gets A Piece Of The HANA Action, EnterpriseTech
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by Mike Randall (Red Hat)
As we gear up for the coming year, it would be criminal for us to not to do our very own Top 10 list while we say good night to 2013. Miss something over the last 12 months? Here are our most popular posts from 2013, in their glorious and original form:
Tuning your system with tuned, Wander Boessenkool
Announcing the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening, Randy Russell
Red Hat announces new OpenStack certification, Iain Gray
Guest post: Journey to RHCE and beyond, Christian Stankowic
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We’ve somehow already reached the halfway point of the calendar year. Since Halloween decorations will be out before you know it, we thought it would be a good idea to look back at our most popular posts from the first six months of the year, just in case you missed something. Have something in mind you want to read about during the second half of the year? Want to contribute? Please let us know.
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by Randy Russell and Pete Hnath (Red Hat)
Cloud computing represents a major shift in enterprise IT architecture that requires companies to rethink their strategy. Red Hat is bringing to market a full portfolio of training and certification offerings that enable customers to evaluate Red Hat’s cloud technologies and understand how to deploy them successfully.
Customers seeking to build an open Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud may look to Red Hat OpenStack as their foundation. OpenStack is emerging as a leading platform for IaaS cloud architectures and has attained broad industry support. Red Hat is excited to announce the immediate availability of Red Hat OpenStack Administration (CL210), which provides architects and system administrators with a hands-on course to learn how to install, configure, and manage a Red Hat OpenStack deployment. Later this summer Red Hat will also introduce the Red Hat certificate of expertise in OpenStack IaaS, which will validate a professional’s ability to successfully deploy and administrate an OpenStack based IaaS cloud.
For customers looking to deliver an open Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud, OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat may be the solution. OpenShift gives application developers self-service access so they can easily deploy applications on demand. Red Hat is pleased to announce the immediate availability of OpenShift Enterprise Administration (CL280), a heavily lab-based 2-day course that guides the student through the steps to install, configure and manage an OpenShift based PaaS cloud.
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