BOSTON - RED HAT SUMMIT - —
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced the Red Hat Learning Subscription, an annual subscription featuring unlimited access to Red Hat’s full portfolio of training content. Delivered through a combination of online courses, videos, and hands-on labs, the Red Hat Learning Subscription is designed to help customers accelerate the speed and ease of on-boarding new staff, the adoption of new releases, and cross-training across multiple products.
Red Hat Learning Subscription provides named users with access to learning options that focus on platform, cloud, virtualization, middleware, and storage solutions. More than 400 videos are included within the tracks, and customers can access content, practice environments, and training materials on-demand. In addition, all content is indexed and searchable and can be used for on-the-job learning and performance support. This gives students freedom and flexibility to map out their own learning paths and to consume content when they need it. Subscribers gain immediate access to all new courses and seminars published by Red Hat.
Red Hat is providing a 50 percent discount for the Red Hat Learning Subscription as an exclusive benefit to current Red Hat Certified Architects.
Red Hat Training has been delivering training on open source technologies for 16 years. Customers choose Red Hat Training for its long history of delivering high-quality training experiences, its global scale and availability, and the depth and accuracy of its curriculum and certification programs.
Ken Goetz, vice president, Worldwide Training, Red Hat
“The growth of open source, cloud, and ‘as-a-service’ offerings has opened the doorway for the type of in-depth, on-demand training that the Red Hat Learning Subscription offers. The subscription provides customers a way to learn about many Red Hat products, including our emerging technologies, and how they function together. This knowledge will help customers get the best possible value out of the Red Hat products they use, and gain insight into how other products can help their businesses.”
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