Are you looking for resources to learn about Linux, Red Hat’s Ansible, Agile integration, Kubernetes, containers, and the cloud? Well, Red Hat has you covered with FREE courses you can start today. We will give you a brief overview of all 11 courses. So, if you’re interested in expanding your knowledge base, this is a great place to start. All you need to do is sign up and pick your course!
The Red Hat OpenStack Technical Overview (CL010) course provides an introductory overview of the basics of cloud computing and the Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform. This is an on-demand video tutorial series that covers topics such as defining what the “cloud” is, defining the Red Hat OpenStack Platform, and covers computing, storage, networking, and deploying the OpenStack Platform. You’ll also get detailed use cases to understand fully where these solutions can be implemented and why.
The Ansible Basics: Automation Technical Overview (DO007) course covers the basics of Red Hat’s Ansible Automation Platform. The course provides plenty of videos where you’ll learn the basics of Ansible, how to execute commands on the platform, how to use variables & templates, and much more. By the end, you’ll know the ins and outs of Ansible and how to build Ansible from the ground up. However, before beginning the course, you will need a basic understanding of Linux.
The Red Hat Agile Integration Technical Overview (DO040) provides introductory lessons through videos for Red Hat Agile Integration and Red Hat OpenShift. It also delves into Red Hat AMQ (a messaging for real-time integration), Red Hat Fuse (a cloud integration platform), and Red Hat 3Scale (a platform for developing cloud-native programs). At the end of the course, you’ll learn how to combine all these technologies using Red Hat’s integration portfolio.
The Containers, Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift Technical Overview (DO080) course covers an overview of containers technology and architecture, an overview of Kubernetes and OpenShift, and discusses & demonstrates the power and implementation of containerization, Docker, and Kubernetes cluster. By the end, you’ll understand how to deploy applications and containers at scale using these technologies and tools.
The Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures (DO092) course aims to help demystify the challenges of understanding and executing the microservices architecture. This series of on-demand videos will walk you through the basics of microservices, go over various frameworks and runtimes, and demonstrate techniques deploying them. This course is a must for Java developers and anyone who wishes to delve deeper into OpenShift and Kubernetes.
The Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview (RH018) course will help you understand the basics of open-source virtualization, provide tips on managing your virtualization assets, and give you the groundwork for migrating your current virtualization workload to open source virtualization. This series of videos are perfect for system engineers, IT architects, and IT operation managers.
Looking to get an in-depth understanding of Linux? The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Overview (RH024) course is a fantastic place to start. It provides demonstrations of basic technical Linux techniques and gives you working knowledge to further your studies and understand why Linux is so useful and important for computing today.
The Red Hat Ansible Automation for SAP Technical Overview (RH045) course teaches you how to install and deploy SAP HANA and SAP S/4HANA using Red Hat’s Ansible. By the end, you’ll know how to automate everything from creation & configuration to deployment & migration with a focus on day-1 operations.
The Red Hat Satellite Technical Overview (RH053) course teaches you how to use Red Hat Satellite which is a platform for managing your Red Hat infrastructure. You’ll understand the basics of patching, provisioning, and managing subscriptions. Plus, you’ll have a good grasp on what benefits Satellite can bring to your organization.
The Running Containers with Red Hat Technical Overview (RH065) teaches you the basics and advanced features of containers, which is one of the most important technologies in the Linux framework. If you’re interested in learning more about container management, then this course is for you.
Transitional approach to implementing pragmatic Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Technical Overview
This course, Transitional approach to implementing pragmatic Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Technical Overview (TL012), teaches you the ins and outs of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and how to effectively create a company culture to fully utilize the power of SRE. This course is perfect for those IT decision-makers in the organization and leaders looking to develop or improve their SRE practices.
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