In case you missed it, we recently shared the details about this year’s Red Hat Summit: Connect, kicking off in September in three North American cities:
As promised, we’re breaking down one of the most popular offerings at Red Hat Summit: Connect events—self-paced and instructor-led labs. If, by the end, we haven’t convinced you to register—well, let’s just assume we will.
Two types of labs
Our self-paced and instructor-led labs are your opportunity to get hands-on with our technology, and allow you to learn the way you like. Experiment with Red Hat products at your own pace through self-paced labs, which you’ll find at any Red Hat kiosk throughout the event.
If you prefer a more structured environment, carve out time in your schedule for up to two instructor-led labs*, powered by Intel, where Red Hat experts will guide you through the topic at hand. You'll even receive a custom certificate of completion for each instructor-led lab you attend.
* Note that instructor-led labs are limited-seating sessions that require a separate sign-up. Details on how to register are at the end of this post.
Lab sessions and topics
Labs will cover a variety of technology topics that are top of mind as we look to the future of open source and hybrid cloud innovation.
Instructor-led labs (choose up to two):
The definitive Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 hands-on lab
Ansible automation controller for advanced users
Using Red Hat Cloud Services to rapidly deliver cloud-native applications
Create your apps the cloud-native way with OpenShift developer tools
BYOD* self-paced labs (choose as many as you’d like):
Intermediate Red Hat Enterprise Linux: Building a standard operating environment (SOE) with system roles
Beginner Ansible: Writing your first Ansible Playbook
Beginner developer: Get started with containers
Beginner OpenShift: Getting started with OpenShift for developers
* Bring Your Own Device
Choose your city. Save your seat.
Take advantage of interactive learning opportunities that bring the future of open technology directly to you at Red Hat Summit: Connect.
Here’s what to do next:
To get in on instructor-led labs, first register for the no-cost event in the city that’s most convenient for you.
Then, sign up for instructor-led labs in the session catalog. Look for the “add to schedule” button as you’re building your agenda.
If you’re still deciding, view the agenda to get an overview of all the activities that might interest you.
We hope to see you soon (and in real life!) at Red Hat Summit: Connect.
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