The basic tier of Red Hat Learning Subscription includes access to our entire catalog of online learning content, video classroom courses, and early access content. The subscription also includes up to 400 hours of lab access and email support for both access and content.
The standard tier includes access to our entire catalog of online learning content, video classroom courses, early access content, and up to 400 hours of hands-on lab time that is included in the basic tier. In addition to what you get in the basic tier subscription, you get features including certification exams, expert seminars, and learning paths.
The developer tier includes access to our entire catalog of developer content, including online learning developer content, video classroom developer courses, and up to 100 hours of hands-on lab time. In addition, you have access to up to three certification exam attempts for developer exams.
The early access content feature gives subscribers exclusive access to course chapters and lab environments in development before they are released for public purchase. All early access content is available in basic and standard subscriptions for consumption and allows users to give feedback on the material. Once the courses and labs are completed, they will be added to the full catalog in the subscription.
All current Red Hat online training courses and video classroom courses as well as any new courses that Red Hat Training makes available during the subscription term are included in the basic and standard tiers. This includes all the same content and labs that students access in instructor-led classes. All developer-related courses and labs are available in the developer tier. The developer tier does not include all courses across the entire Red Hat Training portfolio.
Yes. As Red Hat releases new courses (online training or video classroom versions), the content will be made available to Red Hat Learning Subscription customers. In addition, as the content is being developed, chapters will release within the early access tab in the subscription and then move to the catalog when the course is final.
Yes, you can generate a PDF formatted e-book for up to 10 courses (limited to 1 course per day).
Users are limited to 400 hours of lab usage per subscription period for standard and basic subscriptions and 100 hours of lab usage per developer subscription. This limited lab time is consumed when one or more of the lab machines in a lab environment are running. When all machines are stopped, the lab environment is no longer consuming lab time. Lab consumption is measured in hours, rounded up to the nearest whole hour.
Once users complete 75% of a course, they are eligible to receive a certificate of completion for that particular course. Within the subscription, a Certificate button will appear to the user, Selecting this button will direct the user to the Red Hat Learning Community (learn.redhat.com), where the certificate can be viewed, downloaded, and printed.
Expert seminars are on-demand, high-definition videos offered as part of the standard tier of Red Hat Learning Subscription. These expert seminars are not scheduled and are available on demand at any time within the subscription term. These one- to two-hour videos are presented by industry thought leaders and expert practitioners as conversations about innovative technologies and practices, based on real-world use cases and scenarios. These seminars have a broad appeal to anyone involved with IT.
Our video seminars give you on-demand insights from Red Hat instructors that supplement existing course content. These expert seminars are included in the standard subscription only.
Red Hat Ansible
Automating Ansible Tower Configuration with Ansible and Ansible Tower
Red Hat Ceph Storage
Configuring Network File System Access (NFS) in a Ceph RADOS Gateway
Introduction to Ceph RADOS Block Device (RBD) Mirroring
Maintaining a Synchronized Copy of an RBD Image Using Standalone Commands
Placing Data into Ceph Pools Using RADOSGW Configuration
Protecting Object Storage Using the RADOS Gateway Multi-site Feature
Red Hat Ceph Storage Overview
Development Considerations for Containerized Applications
A DevOps Strategy, Why Do I Need This?
Internet of Things and the Intelligent Enterprise
Change at Warp Speed
Creating On-Demand Environments
Service Resilience and Fault Tolerance
Red Hat OpenShift
Build and Test Containers
Building and Running Microservices on OpenShift (Part I)
Building and Running Microservices on OpenShift (Part II)
Building and Running Microservices on OpenShift (Part III)
Building and Running Microservices on OpenShift (Part IV)
Code Quality (with JBDS)
Code Quality (without JBDS)
Continuous Delivery with Zero Downtime
Debugging Applications Running in Your Local OpenShift Cluster Using JBoss Developer Studio (JBDS)
Development with IDE on a Local OpenShift Cluster
Implementing Continuous Integration and Delivery with OpenShift
Make Code Changes to OpenShift Clusters with JBoss Developer Studio (JBDS)
Network Policy Objects in Action
OpenShift CI/CD Demo (Part I)
OpenShift CI/CD Demo (Part II)
Running A/B Tests on OpenShift
Running Blue/Green Deployment on OpenShift
Setting Up Red Hat Development Studio
Red Hat OpenStack
Why Deploy and Manage OpenStack Using Red Hat OpenStack Director?
The basic tier of Red Hat Learning Subscription is available globally. The standard and developer tiers of Red Hat Learning Subscription might not be available in all locations in Asia. However, because Red Hat Learning Subscription is an online service with online content, customers should verify that their connectivity is sufficient to use the service.
Red Hat Learning Subscription is sold on a 12-month/1-year subscription basis. You have the option to buy consecutive subscriptions or renew your subscription to fulfill multiple-year needs.
Certification exams are not included in the basic tier of Red Hat Learning Subscription. Exams are included only in the standard tier and developer tier. A standard subscription provides five first attempts for five different exams and retakes for two of these. For example, you could take the EX200 Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam twice and the EX300 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam twice, and you still would have three first attempts at three different exams left. Let’s say you needed two attempts to pass the EX200 RHCSA exam but passed the EX300 RHCE® exam in one attempt. You would have three first attempts at three different exams left, plus you could retake one of those if needed. Renewing your subscription does not extend your first year’s exams, but instead it gives you a new set of five exams and two retakes.