Join LPI at LinuxLab 2017

November 23, 2017

Join LPI at LinuxLab 2017

Join LPI at LinuxLab 2017

Hone your skills. Save on registration and certifications. Tap into the open source community.

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Italia invites you to Linux-Lab 2017 taking place December 6 – 7, 2017 in Florence, Itlay. LPI is thrilled to support Linux-Lab 2017 as a Media Partner.

Hone Your Skills

Linux-Lab – How to build the Cloud, is a conference focused on Linux, kernel, embedded, cloud, container, virtualization and the Open Source culture. Linux-Lab is a project, developed and managed by professionals with many years of experience in the field, professionals that know how important the training and the certification of IT skills and high-level knowledge are, in the chords of LPI worldwide mission.

Save on Registration and Certifications

50% discount on entry to Linux-Lab 2017 for those who purchase an LPI exam – Register – LP150 discount code is already included in the registration price.

25% discount on entry to Linux-Lab 2017, without the purchase of an exam – Register - LPI25 discount code is already included in the registration price.

All LPI Exams are available at a discounted price for this conference. Please register. Registrations are mandatory. Examlab session details at Linux-Lab, Florence 2017. On site exams will commence on December 7, 2017.

Tap into the Open Source Community

Linux-Lab Florence is the first Italian edition of an international event. Linux-Lab’s objective is to create and nurture training and networking between developers, experts and companies. Linux-Lab wants to build up a framework in which professionals can deal with topics such as kernel development, embedded applications, Cloud Computing, container.

Linux-Lab’s claim is “How to build the cloud” to highlight the will to aknowledge “from below” the dynamics of the ecosystem of tools and technologies around Cloud services.

According to Daniele Cirio, Linux Professional Institute Country Manager for Italy, ‘We are very happy when a new project comes to raise the bar for the Linux Italian sysadmins.’