RED SOFT, a Russian developer and supplier of IT solutions and services, has authorized the Softline training centre.
In the nearest future, the training centre plans to start training on the following courses:
- basics of RED OS administration;
- RED OS system administration;
- RED OS network administration;
- RED OS for users.
RED OS is the RED SOFT flagship product; the Russian general-purpose operating system of the Linux family for servers and workstations. It is FSTEC of Russia certificate holder (cert. №4060 dated 12.01.2019) that confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems and personal data information systems up to class 1 inclusive. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (№3751).
Softline Training Center has been successfully cooperating with the leaders of the domestic market for many years. Over 16 years, the center's coaching team has graduated over 300000 specialists.
Fedor Tsyganov, technical specialist, head of the coaching group: "The import substitution policy pursued by the Russian Government is primarily aimed at developing the IT industry and ensuring Russia's technological independence. According to this policy, Softline Center offers a specialized line of courses on training Russian office software and operating systems, unified communications solutions and information security. Together with RED SOFT, we will fully ensure the development of employees' competencies and train professionals in the field of import substitution.
Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO: "With the rapid growth of the Russian high-tech market, requirements to IT specialists are also growing. It is necessary not only to systematically update knowledge, but also to improve skills of employees. Authorization of Softline training center is an important step in the development of educational line for our company as well as an element of forming effective long-term partnership relations".