One of their initiatives that the plan RHCSA Linux in collaboration with SkillsBuild.org to help workers who have suffered such a FATE and the unemployed.

Alleviate the effects of the coronavirus in the professional sector. That is the purpose of an package of measures announced by Red Hat.

The company offers a 50% discount for new customers on services TAM (Technical Account Manager) of professionals that can help you take advantage of the Red Hat solutions now that will exacerbate the needs of the digital transformation. “we Expect an increase in the demand for this service and we are proud to say that we have a team of professionals at Red Hat, Customer Experience, Engagement and Consulting that will support the customers as TAMs in the next 6-12 months to help our customers where they need us most at this time”, communicates with Red Hat.

in Addition, extend the life cycle of the products brand, including versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage, Red Hat Ceph Storage and Red Hat Runtimes, “so that customers don’t have to focus on short-term operations with migration or upgrades planned”. Red Hat believes that, otherwise, all of these products “they would have had a difficult end of the maintenance period”.

Red Hat is not forgotten part of education. On the one hand, has launched a free training for those who have suffered a FATE or are on unemployment and want to recycle knowledge. You can also welcome this initiative young people first entering the world of work. All of them have at their disposal the plan RHCSA Linux, in collaboration with SkillsBuild.org. Red Hat expands the content with the involvement of partners that also participate in this platform, “to make the Linux classes are affordable for the unemployed with a minimum of knowledge in IT” and “they can find their next job opportunity”.

on the other hand, has launched a virtual courses to all and without cost.These are: Red Hat OpenStack Technical Overview, Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures, Deploying Containerized Applications Technical Overview, Developing Red Hat Agile Integration Technical Overview, Ansible Essentials: Simplicity in Automation Technical Overview, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Overview, Red Hat Satellite Technical Overview and Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview. Introductory courses to OpenShift Applications will be available until June 30 to bring applications to the cloud.

Red Hat completes this with the enhancement of the Red Hat Training program and an extension for all Red Hat Certifications ending between March 17 and September 30.