I am a System Engineer based in Costa Rica. I support the most common Unix/Linux flavors but currently working with RHEL only. Moving forward into RHEL 8. I do a lot of automation most used: shell scripting, python, perl and ansible.
It is great to be around and I hope I can learn a lot from you all.
Good to be here.
I am Mohamed Harsath , wokring as Systems specialist in Netcon Technologies.
Interested in network automation with Ansible.
Completed RHCA - Datacenter
Hello all. I may be a little late to the discussion, but glad to be on board. I'm a professor in the Computer & Information Technology program at Marshall University. We have a major with 3 areas of emphasis (web application development, game development, and computer application development) along with a computer science program and digital forensics program. Looking to incorporate Red Hat curriculum within our Linux course, but also to other faculty and students outside of class. What are your best practices for getting individuals interested and started?
Hi guys, this is Victor, greetings from Barcelona (Spain). I just subscribed to the standard training in here.
I've been working in different system administration areas for 18+ years already, last two dealing with projects using OpenShift (3.4-3.7) and IBM API Connect platform.
See you guys around
This seems to be the defacto template at this point, so I am going to use it as well
Who I am:
As my display name says, I am Joshua Hinton. I am a Consultant for Red Hat, and loving every minute of it!
Why I am here:
I recently got involved with the Red Hat Adopt and Academy program, and this learning community is one of the resources they promote. I would love to be able to direct more students here, and hope we can expand out to as many interested people as possible.
Where I'm based:
United States: Basically wherever my next project is based!
Lenovo Thinkpad T480s, running Fedora 29 (as of writing this).
My favorite tech topic:
Virtualization. I think it's an awesome concept in general, and I always love learning more about it and talking about it (by no means does this make me an expert).
Favorite Red Hat memories:
Tech Exchange 2018!
Looking forward to being involved with everyone here!
I am happy to have Pierce College (LACCD) and myself accepted into the RHA program and am looking forward to imersing myself in RH Linux and helping my students get great jobs. Prior to becomming a professor, I had a ton of experience in network, business process, and IT staff development. I look forward to being here.
I am sysadmin from Cameroon, Africa. I really enjoy Linux in general and particularly redhat.
I had been working with Linux know to close to 10 Years. I enjoys various flavours.
I do enjoy networking, hardware and system hardening, scripting and security.
I am looking more toward data center architect, tuning, HA, OpenShift..
Happy to join the community
I am Theo Burden and a Instructor and Proctor. I also do Java Training and JBoss. I have 10+ years experience in SOA, EAI and JMS using various products... Done development in various languages and in general in IT since 1978. Started in Hardware progressed to development and later Business/Systems Analysis. I did JavaCAPS (Sunmicro Systems) training all over the world until Oracle took over. I love Linux!!
I was excited to learn about RHLC, and wish to be very active around here!
I'm Marcelo Vital, a CSM from Red Hat Brazil. I work at the Sao Paulo office, and have been with Red Hat for nearly six months only, but loving it!
Despite "not needing" it for my role, I wish to learn more the technical aspects of our technology so I can better help our customers using it , solving issues and planning for a better implementation. So, my plan is to take courses available in RHU and take certification exams in the near future.
Oh, you don't know what a CSM does? Ask me, I'll be happy to clarify it!