|1.||Evolve the Monolith to Microservices with Java and Node , SA-W614-R01|
Starts 11 Jul 2016, ends 05 Aug 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|2.||Automated Application Delivery with Open Patterns and OpenStack, SA-W625-R01|
Starts 18 Jul 2016, ends 29 Jul 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|3.||Microservices Best Practices for Java, SA-W613-R01|
Starts 08 Aug 2016, ends 26 Aug 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|4.||A Practical Guide for IBM Hybrid Integration Platform, SA-W629-R01|
Starts 29 Aug 2016, ends 16 Sep 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 6 residents.
|5.||Power Systems 2016 LC Servers Technical Overview and Introduction, PW-6101-R01|
Starts 12 Sep 2016, ends 23 Sep 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|6.||Power Systems L and LC Positioning Guide, PW-6102-R01|
Starts 19 Sep 2016, ends 30 Sep 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|7.||IBM i 7.3 Technical Overview, PW-6005-R01|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 28 Oct 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 4 residents.
|8.||Power Systems PowerVM vNIC Configuration and Use, PW-6500-R01|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 28 Oct 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|9.||IBM Cloud PowerVC Manager, PW-6501-R02|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 14 Oct 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|10.||Power Systems PowerKVM Next Generation, PW-6502-R01|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 21 Oct 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
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