IT Certification | Red Hat announced new certification to make IT professionals cloud computing experts

Hyderabad:  Red Hat Inc., the leading open source solutions provider announced a new certification program – Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator – RHCVA, specially designed to prepare IT professionals to enable them to work on cloud computing environment. As the migration towards cloud computing among businesses across the Asia Pacific region is growing, systems administrators and IT professionals are looking to gain new skill sets to prepare for this IT evolution.

The RHCVA certification provides systems administrators and IT professionals with necessary training in virtualization, which is foundational to cloud computing. The  hands-on training course is designed to benefit experienced Linux, Microsoft-certified and Cisco-certified system administrators, giving them the skills to manage large numbers of servers or virtual machines using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, a high-performance and scalable virtualization solution.

Red Hat is a leader in reliable and cost-effective cloud computing. Its open source virtualization technology enables companies to build cloud infrastructures with a high degree of flexibility. The open source approach to cloud computing offers enhanced interoperability, by allowing businesses to build their cloud from the their existing components — whether Microsoft Windows or Red Hat Enterprise Linux; LAMP, Java, or .Net; Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, VMware ESX, or Microsoft Hyper-V; Infrastructure-as-a-Service or Platform-as-a-Service; on-premise or public clouds.

The RHCVA certification is the latest addition to the Red Hat Academy curriculum which provides rigorous performance-based training in open source Linux solutions. Industry analyst, IDC, ranked Red Hat as the leader in IT Education and Training in 2009.

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