Red Hat Expands its Webcasting, Training Initiatives

by Sam Dean - Aug. 09, 2011Comments (1)

Over the past years webcasting technology has improved by leaps and bounds, and some of the most vital technology news and information you can get comes via free webcasts online. Tomorrow, August 10, you can tune into a free webcast that Red Hat will present on its latest cloud computing initiatives. It will take place at 12pm EST and you can tune in live or watch a replay here. Red Hat, has, of course, made many important moves on the cloud front in recent months, and this news-focused webcast should be interesting. However, Red hat also has a large set of archived webcasts available that are worth watching. Here are a few examples.

You can get access to Red Hat's ongoing series of webcasts here.  The webcasts cater both to IT types who have implemented the company's technology and open source generalists interested in Linux and related solutions. There are instructional webcasts on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and reports from Red Hat's support center on common problems running Linux deployments.

Red Hat has also been quick to realize that offering good support, which it is known for, becomes a much more efficient effort if it is complemented by good training. For very low fees, you can take classes via webcasts through Red Hat online. You can read more about how to do this here, and browse specific webcast classes here. Note that some of the classes are very Red Hat-specific, but some are more generally aimed, such as a Linux troubleshooting class online.

Red Hat has essentially built its whole business model around quality support and training. Look into some of the free and inexpensive online event options that the company offers.



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