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Success at UOLDIVEO with the Red Hat Learning Subscription

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As a systems engineer in the Brazilian company UOLDIVEO, Avelino Ferreira was helping to keep his IT organization up to date with the latest technology and processes up and down the stack. In order to keep pace, he turned to the Red Hat® Learning Subscription. By accessing the labs, the built-in infrastructure provided by the courses, and the constant updates, Avelino not only helped UOLDIVEO succeed, but furthered his own career in IT.

Learn more: https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/learning-subscription

 

Canal de vídeo
Services and support
Tiempo de ejecución
03:12
Fecha
2 de Noviembre de 2016

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My relationship with technology wasn't something I drove. It was thanks to my mother,

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who said "Son, I need you to do something, so that you can be someone".

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I was missing class a lot so I could play guitar.

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I needed to find my path; I needed professional guidance.

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She was the first person who encouraged me to get into IT.

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And from the moment I started I couldn't stop, because it was a passion that took over my life.

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UOLDIVEO is part of the UOL group and is a services and outsourcing provider

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with over 17 years of experience offering critical solutions in the IT sector.

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I'm currently part of the engineering team and my responsibility is to continually bring in and absorb

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content and trends. It's to bring technology into the UOL group.

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I used the Red Hat Learning Subscription for the first time about a year ago at the Red Hat Forum.

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And my reaction was just like when I was young and I'd arrive at the video store,

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see the pile of games cartridges and say "Wow, where do I start?”

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"I'm going to learn this one, I'm going to learn this one, I'm going to learn that one!"

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And it's tough because the material ranges from platform to media and you feel anxious.

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You need to schedule study time because the content is really diverse.

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It provides cloud computing, platform, middleware and DevOps solutions

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It was then that I moved to the engineering department

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and needed to approve Red Hat's HA (high availability) solution in a very short space of time.

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I had to find a way in. That's when I turned to Learning Subscription and it helped me a lot!

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I managed to find and use a laboratory with the infrastructure already in place.

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I would have spent a huge amount of time on the laboratory.

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You build an environment with specific situations so you can simulate a production environment.

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Because generally, when you build a laboratory—take OpenStack for example—

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you can't do it with two machines, you need an infrastructure!

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Learning Subscription gives you this infrastructure at no cost!

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A differential of this training are the constant updates.

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So you don't go even a month without an update.

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These days in IT, if you go more than a week without checking

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whether anything new is happening, you are already behind.

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It's part of my working life. I've always got the little Red Hat in front of me while I'm working.

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I starting using Red Hat Linux 6.2 (Zoot) 16 or 17 years ago.

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I feel like I owe my career to this, all my studying, my work, everything I am today.

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I now have a career, thank God, and it's all thanks to what Red Hat provided, without a doubt.