It's time for a new announcement for new content on Liferay University. A new year brings new content. Happy new year!
Do you know how to set up a cluster? How to backup (or even better: restore) your installation? In Liferay Devops we cover this and more. Based on Docker, this course guides you through the exploration of a lot of the day-to-day operations of a successful installation and maintenance.
You'll find this course on Liferay University, and of if you're a passport customer, your investment just got more valuable: Of course it's added to your curriculum on Passport.
Topics in this course include:
The instructor on this course is yours truly, and I'm looking forward to seeing you sign up for the course. Get your Docker running, then give it something to do.
You may have heard about Liferay's new offer: A managed platform for your DXP installations. And if you've wondered how to best use it, you now can tap into the DXP cloud's team knowledge, using the new free lesson on Liferay University. Of course, this is also included in your Liferay University Passport.
Head over to University or Passport and start the lesson. 42 minutes of video are waiting for you, covering these topics:
Your instructor is Zeno Rocha, the Chief Product Officer for DXP Cloud - you can't learn the insides from a better source.
The offer that you can't refuse: Liferay University Passport, our flat rate for each and every course on Liferay University, was available for an introductory price at almost 30% discount that should have been over by now. It includes personal access to all material on university for a full year - learn as much as you can. The offer was scheduled to expire at the end of the year - but while I'm writing this, it's still available - so sign up quickly, or regret.
Of course, if you prefer to have a live trainer in the room: The regular trainings are still available, and are updated to contain all of the courses that you find on Liferay University and Passport. And, this way (with a trainer, on- or offline) you can book courses for all of the previous versions of Liferay as well.
And, of course, the fine documentation is always available and continuously updated.
(Photo: CC by 2.0 Hamza Butt)