Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced Red Hat Learning Subscription - Standard, a new learning subscription tier featuring unlimited access to Red Hat’s full portfolio of online training content and certification exams. Delivered through a combination of online courses, videos, hands-on labs, and expert seminars, the Red Hat Learning Subscription - Standard is designed to help customers accelerate the speed and ease of on-boarding new staff and the adoption of new releases, and access a full learning path leading to certification. The new features of the Standard tier of the learning subscription include expert seminars, instructor office hours, and access to certification exams.
Red Hat Learning Subscription - Standard provides access to learning options across a variety of categories including platform, cloud, virtualization, middleware, and storage solutions. During the subscription time frame, subscribers gain immediate access to all new course content and expert seminars published by Red Hat Training. Red Hat is providing a 50 percent discount for the Red Hat Learning Subscription - Standard as an exclusive benefit to current Red Hat Certified Architects (RHCA).
Red Hat has delivered training on open source technologies for more than 17 years. Customers choose Red Hat Training for its extensive experience 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
“Continuous learning strategies like those made possible through the Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS), can better enable CIOs to address skills gaps stemming from the rapid pace of technological change. By incorporating the opportunity for students to earn certification and learn directly from expert technologists, this new Standard tier of RHLS builds upon our popular Basic subscription to give IT professionals even more choices to keep up and stay ahead.”