Novell Launches New Training to Ease Red Hat-to-SUSE Linux Migration

Novell has developed a new training course to help systems administrators migrate from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 from Novell. The course is available both as a free download and as an instructor-led class, available at locations globally.

The course covers topics ranging from the main differences between the Red Hat and SUSE platforms to issues specific to migration, such as iSCSI and mail server configuration. It enables an experienced Linux user familiar with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 to perform administrative tasks on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10. Successful completion of the course also gives administrators a strong foundation to take the Novell CLP 10 Practicum exam in order to become certified as a Novell Certified Linux Professional 10.

The course CD, student manual and workbook can be downloaded from Novell's web site. Candidates who prefer an instructor-led format can sign up for a three-day training class with a qualified Novell training partner at locations around the world.

For more information, to download the free training course, or to sign up for instructor-led training, visit http://www.novell.com/training/migration.

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1 February 2007

Funny now that Microsoft is investing in Novell's sales and marketing campaigns we see a strategic "attack" against RedHat. This is part of Microsoft's well-known tactics of the "death-spiral" where they pit vendors against one another for Microsoft's gain.

Why are there no new training courses launched on easing "Microsoft-to-SUSE Linux Migration?"