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On 4/20/19 1:05 PM, Gourav Sharma wrote:
Myself Gourav Sharma, working in RedHat from past 2 years as Learning
and Development Instructor. I'm RHCA-Level6 (Cert Id - 140-149-584)
and have specialization in Devops and Platform. Being a part of
Instructor team my primary responsibility include to deliver training
to Ansible, Ansible Tower, Troubleshooting, Puppet, storage-glusterfs
and ceph and many other are lined up like Openshift, jboss, and many
being instructor on daily basis i got many queries outside the course
material and thats the primary reason have to look out for many tet
cases for redhat products.
Other than redhat, i'm AWS-CSA certified, Hadoop and spark trained,
ccsk,ccsp, ccsk+ and always looking to help new comers to come up with
their ideas and help them to get leverage them with redhat knowledge.
Want to contribute for Fedora Documentation to help the community to
know my test cases and also make other team members know what retail
and enterprise people look from that particular product.
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