Open Source

Open Source

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IBM recently acquired Red Hat, the foremost source for Open Source software and support. Microsoft acquired Github. Nearly 50% of the Fortune 100, and 30% of the Fortune Global 500 use OpenShift and that proportion is growing fast. Those seeking to expand their skillset into a high-growth discipline, will learn about the wide variety of opportunities presented by the accelerating growth of Open Source software.


For 20 years, the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) has been the Signature Certification in all of Open Source and a Top 10 Certification for all of IT. With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, Red Hat Training + Certification has redefined this legendary certification. Join Scott Stewart from Red Hat, as he will discuss what the next generation RHCE is, the Training Options available to you and why we made the change (Hint: it has something to do with Automation)
Learn to use the Linux Command Line interface to create Physical Volumes, Volume Groups, and Logical Volumes plus advantageous Swap Space.
Azure Domain Services deliver the tremendous control users have enjoyed from Windows Server to Azure environments. Learn more about it, how it benefits you, and how to properly and effectively configure and license it.  
With over 30+ years in the industry, I’ve learned that if an individual wants to remain employable over the next three to five years in information technology, it would be advisable to pick up a skill set in application development/management. During this session we will discuss Business Process Reengineering, Software Defined Networking, PowerShell, Bash Shell Scripting, Application Programming Interfaces, and Cisco’s DevOps.
In this session, we will discover the wealth of open source tools available for free! We will take a cursory look at a variety of tools and libraries available for Python, R and data storage. Whether you are working “Big Data” or millions of rows in a spreadsheet, there is an open source tool for that. Join me in our exploration of the world of open source.


  • Become Part of Impacting $Trillions of Business Revenue

    You’d assume that the headline to this post would be a joke, or at least an exaggeration. But it comes from one of the most reliable analytical agencies in the business, IDC, right there in the title of a May 2019 paper, “The Economic Impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linuxa (RHEL 8): Trillions, Yes Trillions, of Dollars”

  • Spectacular Opportunities Abound at SpecTECHular

    On October 11, 2019, the 11th Annual SpecTECHular New Horizons Virtual Summit will deliver more valuable guidance and insight than ever before. 25% more tracks than last year featuring education workshops covering everything from information technology and security, to end-user applications, to professional development. Those seeking spectacular IT careers will gain incredible insight from this celebrated one-day free technology virtual event!

  • What are Containers and Why do I want to learn about them?

    Microservices should not run all by themselves. They often need certain code libraries, print, storage, and other resources to help them function which may not be available where they’re running. The easiest way to manage this, and keep everything optimally transportable across cloud networks, is the put each microservice into its own container along with every resource it needs to run. Then all you need to do is to orchestrate the instantiation, movement, and utilization of these containers. Learn more about the most highly transportable way to write software and put it into operation.

  • Red Hat Ansible Training Courses and Learning Paths