Develop microservice-based applications with Quarkus and OpenShift.
Many enterprises are looking for a way to take advantage of cloud-native architectures, but many do not know the best approach. Quarkus is an exciting new technology that brings the reliability, familiarity, and maturity of Java Enterprise with a container-ready lightning fast deployment time. Red Hat Cloud-native Microservices Development with Quarkus (DO378) emphasizes learning architectural principles and implementing microservices based on Quarkus and OpenShift. You will build on application development fundamentals and focus on how to develop, monitor, test, and deploy modern microservices applications..
We appreciate the session conducted by Rohit Srivastava on Metaverse and Web3 Security as part of the ATCI Security Week 2022. We received excellent feedback from the audience and look forward to many such collaborative opportunities in the future.
Brijesh has done an excellent job. Things are a little bit slow in May – but RPS is high on our list to fill voids in our schedule. Thank you for being easy to work with!
We accept all modes of payment. If you are being nominated by your organization, your organization need to release PO before the course start date. If you are an individual you can pay through credit / debit cards, online transfer (RTGS/NEFT) to our account 7 days prior to the course start date.
After three years, your certification expires. To maintain your certification, you will need to pass the current certification exam, or if applicable, pursue the update path.
Red Hat certifications are valid for three years from your certification date.
You can write exam in any KOALA testing center.
All our trainers are Red Hat Certified Instructors
Class will be 50:50 mixture of theory and practical. You will get labs and soft copy of courseware from Red Hat.
Class begins at 9:30 am and ends at 5:30 pm(IST).
Our live online classes are conducted in the same manner as our classroom classes, using the same manuals and lab equipment. Just as in our classroom classes, each online student is assigned a set of remote lab equipment including an ESXi host and various pre-configured Virtual machines, as the specific class they are attending requires. The students connect to the lab environment using Microsoft’s Remote Display Protocol (RDP) in order to perform the lab exercises. The vast majority of our online students find the class experience equivalent to or better than a classroom delivered class.