John Walter, Solutions Architect, Training and Certification, Red Hat
One way that IT organizations are addressing the challenge of scaling infrastructure efficiently is by automating across different organizational functions. To be successful, system administrators need to understand more than how to deploy, configure, and manage an operating system—they also need to know how to automate functions and scale that automation.
A change to the curriculum for Red Hat Certified Engineers incorporates a new course, Red Hat System Administration III: Linux Automation for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8, which focuses on the automation of Linux system administration tasks using Red Hat Ansible® Automation and shell scripting.
Red Hat Training and Certification has also created a course for experienced system administrators interested in the new features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. This new course, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 New Features for Experienced Administrators, prepares operators, managers, principal system administrators, and other IT professionals to migrate to and deploy the new release.
Join this webinar to learn about the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) changes and a new course that can broaden your ability to administer Linux systems at the enterprise level.
• An overview of the new features and benefits of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, including an expanded subscription with Red Hat Insights, a new release cycle, tools for containers, single variant with multiple use cases, and terminal session recording.
• RHCE training and certifying on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and how it differs from training on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with an expanded focus on automation.
• A new course that helps you better understand the latest features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, including migration considerations, changes to core components, and configuring servers efficiently with Linux system roles.