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Red Hat Decision Manager 7 Foundations

This course and assessment do not count towards an accreditation and are standalone learning activities.

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Red Hat Decision Manager 7 Foundations

Decision Management Foundations is a course that instructs the student on management of the decision making process using the Red Hat Decision Manager product. In particular, decisions can be made in a transparent, agile, scalable and maintainable manner using the Red Hat Decision Manager product. Students who complete this course gain foundational knowledge in authoring decision tables and rules using the Decision Central web console and deploying those decision tables into the Red Hat Decision Server. All of this functionality is hosted in an OpenShift Container Platform environment.

16.0 Hours

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Application Modernization Foundations with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

This course and assessment do not count towards an accreditation and are standalone learning activities.

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Application Modernization with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

Application Modernization Foundations with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes teaches students how to build modern applications based on microservices. Students develop microservices by leveraging components of Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. Students learn how to develop microservices using Spring Boot, Wildfly Swarm, and Vert.x

By the end of this course, students will be able to deploy to OpenShift microservices apps based on components of Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes.

16.0 Hours

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Application Modernization Foundations

Application Modernization Foundations will teach students how to build modern applications based on microservices. Students will develop microservices by leveraging components of the Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. This course will detail how to develop microservices using Spring Boot, Wildfly Swarm and Vert.x. By the end of this course, students will be able to deploy microservices apps based on RHOAR components to Red Hat OpenShift.

16.0 Hours

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Red Hat Cloud Suite Foundations

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8.0 Hours

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Red Hat Cloud Suite Foundations

Learn to demonstrate the value of Red Hat Cloud Suite to customers and partners who have a basic understanding of Red Hat’s cloud strategy. This course provides market positioning and product information, along with four demonstrations on Red Hat Cloud Suite deployment, migration, modernization, and reporting. Technologies covered include Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Virtualization, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, and VMware vSphere.

8.0 Hours

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM z Systems

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM z Systems Foundations

Gain an introduction to the mainframe world and how Linux can play an important role in this environment. Learn about the value of the hardware architecture when combined with a powerful and flexible operational system as well as consolidation by virtualizing both the physical servers and the network and I/O infrastructure.

4.0 Hours

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Working with Red Hat Support

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Working with Red Hat Support

This course will provide external support partners with a better understanding of how to work with Red Hat Support Delivery, from self service through the Red Hat Customer Portal with up-to-date downloads and product documentation, to filing a comprehensive case or bug. This course provides support partners the common language, noteworthy links, tools and workflow for partners to successfully engage with Red Hat.

1.0 Hours

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Business Automation Architecture Use Cases

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Business Automation Architecture Use Cases

Learn about typical business automation use cases and architecture patterns. Students use Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6 in a cloud environment to investigate the following use cases: decision management, rate price calculation, and Know Your Customer (KYC).

Each use case involves a slide presentation, a demonstration, and an activity during which students are assigned a business automation use case for which they are to design and present a proposed architecture to fellow students. After completing this workshop, students will be better able to explain and demonstrate the full value of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite technology for business automation.

8.0 Hours

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Agile Integration Architecture Use Case

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12.0 Hours

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Agile Integration Architecture Use Cases

Agile Integration Use Cases teaches students the business and technical requirements of typical integration use cases, focusing primarily on the Red Hat Fuse middleware stack. Students will use Red Hat Fuse in a cloud environment to investigate the following use cases: service integration, enterprise messaging, microservices architecture, API management, migration scenarios, and the Internet of Things (IoT). After completing the course, students will know how to discuss and demonstrate commonly occurring scenarios and technologies in enterprise integration.

12.0 Hours

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Red Hat Single Sign-On Foundations

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Red Hat Single Sign-On Foundations

Red Hat Single Sign-On 7 Foundations introduces students to the Red Hat Single Sign-On (SSO) product. This course covers the purpose and major capabilities of Red Hat SSO, key concepts related to SSO in general and Red Hat SSO in particular, and the ability to demonstrate basic capabilities of the product. After completing this course, students will be able to perform a simple Red Hat SSO deployment on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, provide authentication services to a Java application, and integrate with both a public identity provider and a corporate directory.

4.0 Hours

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