Following the initial release of the free Red Hat Enterprise Linux course on edX, Red Hat Training and Certification ramped up to continue adding courses to the platform. Founded by MIT and Harvard, edX is the only leading provider of massive open online courses that is both nonprofit and open source, making it a great platform to align with Red Hat’s open source culture.
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Red Hat is pleased to announce it has partnered with edX to deliver free technology training to the public. EdX was founded by MIT and Harvard and is the only leading provider of massive open online courses that is both non-profit and open source.
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In an effort to save expenses, enterprises think they can avoid training their teams. How does skimping on training truly impact the performance of the individual and the health of the overall organization? For IT leaders, these are critical questions that they must consider. What is the cost of a team without expertise?
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A fresh take on a core course in our Red Hat Enterprise Linux portfolio was introduced in late March 2016. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (RH342), a four day course, and a replacement and complete rewrite of our former “Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting” (RH242) course which was available on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6.
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On March 10, 2016, we launched a Red Hat Training survey to garner feedback from our subscribers on our monthly newsletter. We would like to thank all of those who participated in the survey, as your input is paramount to the success of Red Hat Training + Certification, and we greatly appreciate your continued support.
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