New to Our Catalog: OpenStack Courses

We’re excited to announce the
addition of OpenStack to our course catalog.

An open-source set of
software tools, OpenStack allows developers to build and manage cloud computing
platforms. Through the OpenStack Foundation, cloud programmers can find free,
shared resources developed by their fellow OpenStack users. We’re proud to
support the OpenStack mission.

OpenStack
Adminstration

Is your team new to OpenStack? Our OpenStack
Administration course
will give your developer team an in-depth overview, as
well as how to leverage the platform within your organization’s environment.
They’ll learn about the OpenStack architecture, as well as setting up,
managing, and administering cloud platforms.

This course is
hands-on, with most of the course devoted to creating a private OpenStack
cloud. Your team will leave the class ready to dive into OpenStack programming.

OpenStack Cloud
Architecture and Deployment

When your team is
ready to take its OpenStack learning a step further, our OpenStack Cloud
Architecture and Deployment course
will give them an in-depth understanding of
advanced networking, storage and HA solutions. It also explores the OpenStack
Cloud Reference architecture, including the roles and best practices for
scalability.

We’ll delve into
infrastructure, including managing guest virtual machines, software defined
networks, distributed storage, and HA in the cloud. Finally, your team will
learn how to keep your OpenStack Cloud secure.

Additionally, we offer an OpenStack Cloud Architecture and Deployment Lab, which focuses on OpenStack deployment through a series of labs.

Contact our consultants
today, at (877) 629-5631 or via email, to explore how our customized OpenStack
courses will help your team with its cloud computing development.

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April 14th, 2015|Course Announcements, DI News, General Programming, Uncategorized|