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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification Path

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification Path

June 6, 2019 in Red Hat/Open Source, Centriq News / by Alison Chludzinski

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) Certification Path – Centriq Training

 

Are you ready for the new Red Hat? The Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system has gone under a facelift, creating a total platform change for the first time in almost 5 years. These system changes bring new learning paths for users, upgrading all certifications to follow the path to RHEL 8 to eventually achieve the status of Red Hat Certified Engineer and Certified Specialist.

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Programming Certifications to Give You an Advantage

Programming Certifications to Give You an Advantage

October 12, 2018 in Red Hat/Open Source, Corporate IT Training, CompTIA, Microsoft, Web Development, Cisco / by Centriq Training

The demand for expertise in programming and other IT skills remains very high, a situation that won’t be changing for the foreseeable future. But what’s the best way for you to position yourself and take advantage of the overwhelming need for the technical skills all companies crave? Acquiring developer training and certification is a great way to do this, as it can allow you to stand out against the competition in what can be a very crowded industry. It’s proof that you have the qualifications necessary to land that new dream job or gain that mega promotion.Read More

Red Hat – Microsoft Partnership Unveils OpenShift for Azure

Red Hat – Microsoft Partnership Unveils OpenShift for Azure

May 14, 2018 in Red Hat/Open Source, Corporate IT Training / by Centriq Training

At the 2018 Red Hat Summit, held in San Francisco, CA, Red Hat and Microsoft announced a collaboration that has the companies jointly managing a public OpenShift service running on Microsoft Azure.

This will allow customers to run Kubernetes-container-based applications on either on-premises servers or the Azure cloud, and manage them through OpenShift. Both vendors are planning to offer support for the service, with Microsoft handling the cloud portion and Red Hat the Kubernetes container side.Read More