Red Hat training paths

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Hackathon Pre-requisites: The Sustainability Hackathon participants who will take a ‘Hacker’ role in the hackathon (i.e. using code to solve problems) are required to complete at least one of the Red Hat’s training courses.

Red Hat and Atos experts have tailored training paths for key specialities and areas of interest.

Kick-Off Session recordings

Understand the vision of cloud-first approach to sustainability from Atos and Red Hat leaders. Live technology sessions delivered by Red Hat experts and introduction to the Sustainability Hackathon.

Training Platform

Please follow this step-by-step guide to access the training platform.
Start by going to and follow the instructions on this page to register.

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Atos and Red Hat experts have crafted the following training paths from the training courses available on Red Hat’s training portal.

  • Development Specialist – Reactive Programming
  • Development Specialist – Java / SpringBoot
  • Agile Integration specialist
  • Automation specialist

The training structure:

  1. Every path shares the same Foundation Skillset courses list
  2. The Advanced courses for each path are different.

To start a particular Training Path, just enter the name of the Individual Training course in the Red Hat’s training portal search. For example, if you are looking to complete the ‘Development Specialist – Reactive Programming’ path, start with searching for the course:

  • ‘Red Hat Foundations’
  • Once complete, search for the course called ‘Red Hat MicroServices Webinar’
  • Once complete, search for ‘Introduction to OpenShift’ 
  • and so on!


Breakdown of the individual courses for each training path:

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