Join TechXperts for a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Workshop in London on February 15th

We have exciting news of an event for business users of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.  You are invited to join TechXperts for a FREE Technical Workshop on Friday 15th February, at Red Hat’s London office.

In this hands-on, technical session you will explore the new features within Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3, and discover how to leverage them to get more from your Linux infrastructure.

  • Learn how to use emerging features, such as High-Availability, clustering, and the new in-built virtualization and cloud support capabilities.
  • Play with the technology in a demo environment, with a Red Hat Solutions Architect on-hand to guide you through the process. Learn how to use Linux Containers and how to configure Cgroups.
  • Collaborate with other Red Hat users. Get their take on the new features, and find out how they plan to leverage them within their own organisations.
Red Hat TechXperts Technical Workshop

Red Hat TechXperts Technical Workshop

This is the third series of TechXperts workshops, designed to bring together Linux users to exchange ideas and interact with new Red Hat Technologies.

As always, places are limited and we expect attendance to be high, so learn more and register now by visiting: http://tinyurl.com/akt8wsc

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