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Redhat too wants to cash in: Starts trainings, consultancy

Today we’re excited to announce the availability of new training and consulting services including the first Linux virtualization course of its kind to be offered. Our new training and services will pave a smooth path for our customers to gain cost savings and flexibility.

RH184 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualization is a new two-day training course providing the domain expertise needed to install, configure and manage virtual hosts on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. It’s the first course dedicated to virtualization technology in the Linux training market and will prepare customers to maximize performance, cost savings and operational efficiency enabled by Red Hat Enterprise Linux integrated virtualization capabilities. If you’re a Red Hat certified professional or experienced Linux system administrator planning a move to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform, this course is a perfect fit for you. Our new course joins Red Hat’s growing list of more than 30 different training courses and will be available to system administrators with a base Unix or Linux knowledge. Like all Red Hat training courses, it’s taught exclusively on live production systems. Prerequisites for the course include a Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) certification or equivalent knowledge.
Check out their Virtualization Assessment data sheet. Errr.. what Virtualization are we selling here, Xen, KVM?? Anyways check out their announcement.

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