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Linux Foundation offers OpenStack Admin Course

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  • Linux Foundation offers OpenStack Admin Course

    The Linux Foundation (LF), a non-profit body for the promotion of Linux, is now offering the online training course "OpenStack Administration Fundamentals" (LFS252).

    This new course is based on an existing course by the foundation called "Essentials of OpenStack Administration" (LFS520) and is targeted at those who are preparing for the Certified OpenStack Administrator exam from the OpenStack Foundation.

    The new course is available for registration now at $499, a $200 discount off the standard $699 price. The Certified OpenStack Administrator exam, which will be available in Q2 2016, will be offered as a standalone exam, or bundled with the course.

  • Linux Foundation Announces Self-Paced OpenStack Admin Course With Labs on Demand
  • Linux Foundation moves OpenStack training online
  • The Linux Foundation Delivers Self-Paced OpenStack Admin Course

    Take a moment and think about it, and It's hard to believe that the OpenStack cloud computing story isn't even five years old yet. Back in 2010, Rackspace and NASA announced an effort to create a sophisticated open source cloud computing infrastructure that could compete with proprietary offerings. Since then, OpenStack has won over countless tech titans that are backing it, and has its own foundation.

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