RHEL 8 and OpenShift 4 preview courses are now available in Early Access in the Red Hat Learning Subscription.
The pace of innovation has shortened expectations for time to market, placing pressure on IT teams to keep up with the rate of change. Organizations need just-in-time, prescriptive resources to enable their teams to leverage innovation to solve business problems. The Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS) delivers unlimited, on-demand, modular access to Red Hat’s entire training portfolio including cloud based labs for a full year. The Early Access feature of RHLS enables subscribers to learn from real-time publishing of courses and labs currently in development.
This month in Early Access students can take hands-on training on the upcoming Red Hat product releases Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL8) and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4 (OCP4). Students can learn the new features before the product launches with these three complete courses in Early Access:
RH354: RHEL 8 New Features for Experienced Linux Administrators
Designed to focus on what practicing admins need to know on day one working with RHEL8
RH124: Red Hat System Administration I
The first step on the journey to earn an RHCSA and to work with today’s open hybrid clouds
DO180: Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift
Introduction to building and managing containers for deployment on a Kubernetes and OpenShift 4 cluster.
Through Red Hat Training’s Agile development methodology, MVP chapters of four additional courses are expected within the next few weeks including Red Hat System Administration II & III, OpenShift Development I and OpenShift Admin I. With Early Access, even students have the opportunity to participate directly in the feedback loop, providing input directly to the course authors in real time.
If you do not already have a Red Hat Learning Subscription, start your 7 day free trial today, which includes the first chapter of every course including Early Access and one hour of lab time.
Senior Director, Curriculum Development, Red Hat, Inc.