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Agenda

Hands-on Red Hat Training and Certification opportunities

Get more out of Red Hat Summit by adding onsite training and exams to your full conference pass.

Power Training

The premier way to train on Red Hat technologies

Accelerated, interactive Power Training courses at Red Hat Summit give you in-depth training with expert instructors at special rates. Running 2 full days before the conference begins, Power Training helps you get the most out of Red Hat Summit. Include add ons as part of your official conference registration.

Benefits

  • Award-winning Red Hat training at an accelerated rate and reduced cost
  • Train with other open source enthusiasts
  • Access to Red Hat Training and Certification curriculum advisors
  • A one-month limited trial of Red Hat Learning Subscription running from May 15-June 15, 2017
  • Preferred seating will be reserved during the Red Hat Summit general session
  • The chance to network with Red Hat technical experts for a cocktail hour on Monday, May 1, 2017

Details

Attendees can add only 1 power training course, as each course runs for 2 full days before the official start of Red Hat Summit. Attendance on both days is necessary for course completion.

Location: Level 2 of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

  • Day 1: Monday, May 1 | 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
  • Day 2: Tuesday, May 2 | 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET

* Power training is an additional $1,200 to your full conference pass

2017 Power Training courses:

Ansible by Red Hat® can be used to configure and manage systems locally, in a cloud environment, or in a DevOps environment. This course will provide an introduction to Ansible by Red Hat, and will have you quickly writing code to manage and configure systems. This course will also demonstrate how to deploy and manage systems in a DevOps environment.

In this course, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about OpenStack® architecture and manage instances in OpenStack. Attendees will learn about OpenStack projects, users, images, networks, and security. Attendees will manage components of Red Hat® OpenStack Platform using the Horizon dashboard and install OpenStack as a proof-of-concept using PackStack.

In this course, attendees will have the opportunity to work with and learn the essential skills required for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7. This course is designed for system administrators who have expertise with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 or earlier. Attendees will receive training on the essential system administration topics that have changed significantly or which are essential in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Not all essentials in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 will be covered in this course.

This course introduces the student to deploying applications in containers using Docker and Kubernetes. Students will learn how to: design containers for the deployment of an existing application across multiple containers, build and test those containers using Docker, and deploy the application in a Kubernetes cluster to achieve high availability and load balancing. This hands-on course will take a monolithic application and break it down into distinct services, illustrating how containers are an excellent vehicle for microservices architecture deployment.

This course provides an overview of the Red Hat® Ceph Storage architecture and its deployment. This includes deploying the Ceph Storage Cluster (based on RADOS), the Ceph Object Gateway (based on RADOSGW), and the Ceph Block Device (based on RADOS Block Device, or RBD). This course also covers integration with Glance and Cinder in Red Hat OpenStack® Platform.

This course is for experienced Linux® system administrators, and provides the hands-on skills and expert knowledge needed to measure and influence performance on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 7 systems.

Camel development is organized around:

  • Routes that define a sequence or flow of processing through one or more processors and endpoints.
  • Processors that massage, interpret, and modify messages within a Camel flow.
  • Components that enable creating endpoints that interact with the outside world for acquiring and transmitting messages.

Attendees will learn the skills required to develop, implement, test, and deploy enterprise integration pattern based applications using Camel through the exploration of and hands-on implementation of specific real-world use cases.

In this course attendees will learn how to diagnose, and fix, various types of problems that can arise while using Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®. This course has a heavy focus on hands-on exercises that reinforce the topics taught.

Red Hat® Satellite 6 is an effective tool for managing large-scale deployments of Red Hat Enterprise Linux® systems. In this course, participants will learn how to use Red Hat Satellite to manage the software development life cycle of a subscribed host and its configuration. You will also learn how to provision hosts integrated with software and Puppet configuration management upon deployment.

Attendees can only add 1 power training course, as each course is 2 days in length.

Certification exams

Red Hat certifications are among the most highly regarded in the IT industry and mean you have proven your skills by passing a performance-based test of real-world tasks. Exam sessions at Red Hat Summit are limited to 20 students per session. Include add ons as part of your official conference registration.

  • Wednesday, May 3 | 8 — 10:30 a.m. EST
  • $400.00
  • (Based on RHEL7) 2.5 hours
  • An RHCSA® certification is earned when an IT professional demonstrates the core system-administration skills required in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® environments.
  • Thursday, May 4 | 8 — 11:30 a.m. EST
  • $400
  • (Based on RHEL7) 3.5 hours
  • An RHCE® certification is earned by a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) who has demonstrated the knowledge, skill, and ability required of a senior system administrator responsible for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® systems.