Each year,the Red Hat certification program recognizes a current Red Hat Certified Professional who demonstrates ingenuity,hard work,and expertise. Jorge Juarez Acevedo,the IT manager at Banco Azteca in Mexico,was selected as the 2014 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year.
IT professionals around the world are getting trained and certified by Red Hat on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. We met with a few of the Red Hat Certified Professionals to see how they are leveraging the knowledge and skills from the rigorous,hands-on training and exam.
Red Hat is helping lead enterprises to OpenStack and open hybrid cloud technologies through upstream contributions. We continue to expand our curriculum and certification to bring to OpenStack what we brought to Linux 15 years ago.
Lower costs and improve efficiency by creating a standard operating environment with Red Hat.
The open development model is only successful if you are as committed to the community as you are to the products you create. Our primary goal was to become truly integrated in the OpenStack community. Now, we are excited about getting OpenStack in the hands of many.
On December 12,2013, Red Hat and Dell announced the companies will jointly engineer enterprise-grade,private cloud solutions based on OpenStack to help customers move to and deploy highly-scalable cloud computing models.
Learn how the Canary Islands government migrated from VMWare to Red Hat to address a budget situation and the end of their existing virtualization infrastructure life cycle, while facing an explosion in the number of host machines supporting their rapidly growing IT needs.
tw telecom faced a range of IT challenges, including replacing aging hardware and outdated software, and automating key IT functions.
Your business needs more than just a great cloud infrastructure built with OpenStack®. You need features like self-service provisioning with policies, chargeback/showback, quota enforcement, and capacity and utilization reporting.
With increased virtualization and the move toward cloud computing, systems management requirements are getting more complex than ever before.