The conversation around the adoption of OpenStack, the open source cloud technology platform, continues to gain momentum. Analysts at Forrester recently declared it “enterprise-ready” while many enterprise companies have taken the leap and deployed it. One thing that seems to be a dominant theme is that there are not enough professionals with OpenStack skills to keep up with demand.
A recent SUSE report recently cited that 86 percent of senior IT professionals looking to move business-critical workloads to the private cloud say that a lack of available skillset is making their company reluctant to pursue it. In an effort to mitigate this OpenStack talent shortage and increase access to learning, The Linux Foundation recently launched an online self-paced course covering OpenStack Administration Fundamentals.
If you’re not ready to dive into training just yet or if you’re still deciding whether OpenStack is the right choice for your organization, join us for a free webinar with our guest Tim Serewicz, who teaches OpenStack and Linux performance and tuning courses for The Linux Foundation Training. He will address the most common OpenStack questions and concerns:
I think I need OpenStack but where do I even start?
What are the problems that OpenStack solves?
History & Growth of OpenStack: Where has it been and where is it going?
What are the hurdles?
What are the sore points?
Why is it worth the effort?
Register today to save your spot in this engaging and interactive webinar on Thursday, February 25 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific. Can’t make it? Registering will also ensure you get a copy of the recording via email after the presentation is over.
OpenStack Administration Fundamentals
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