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Red Hat brings virtualisation workshops to town

Red Hat brings virtualisation workshops to town

Virtualisation company Red Hat is giving its partners a sneak preview of Enterprise Linux 5.4 at workshops taking place in Auckland and Wellington later this month.

The technical sessions will be run by a Red Hat senior solutions architect and cover how the vendor’s enterprise virtualisation offerings can save companies money.

“These virtualisation sessions will provide our partners’ technical staff, system administrators, architects and engineers with the opportunity to discover how they can enable their customers to harness the true power of virtualisation,” says Red Hat ANZ general manager Max McLaren.

The sessions take place on October 27 in Auckland and October 30 in Wellington.


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