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Pluralsight Authoring – Upcoming Course

I am super excited to announce that I have recently been accepted as an author for Pluralsight.

My audition was on Monitoring AlwaysOn Availability Groups and was accepted on the first pass :) the clip discussed monitoring replication latency something I’ve blogged about here and here.

In the recent weeks I worked with my editor and we have selecting a course topic “Understanding and Using Essential Tools in Enterprise Linux 7”. This will be the first course in a series of courses that covers the Red Hat Certified System Administrator® (RHCSA) and Red Hat Certified Engineer® (RHCE) certifications. If all goes to plan the course should be completed in late November and published a few weeks after that.

I’m really excited about this opportunity and look forward to helping people learn the skills needed to solve those hard technology challenges…themselves!

The folks at Pluralsight are a great bunch, they truly a pleasure to work with. After seeing these folks in action, it’s no wonder why the quality of their product is so high.


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Anthony Nocentino is the founder of Centino Systems. As an Enterprise Architect he works with clients to find right technology for their business, designing and deploying it, providing expertise on system performance and architecture. Creating well-designed, maintainable SQL Server and Linux based systems that enable clients to collect meaningful data that they can act upon. Anthony has a Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science and is working towards a Ph.D focusing on high performance/low latency data access algorithms on solid state disks. Anthony has a unique blend of academic and professional experience leveraged to help customers solve their hardest IT problems.


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