Sharing channels with your team

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You can help your team develop the skills you want them to master with channels. Channels allow you to curate content aligned with your business goals and share it with your team.

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Getting started with curated channels

Get your team up and running by duplicating one of the following channels curated by Pluralsight. You can use one of these channels as a starting point and customize it around your organization's goals—or just run with it as-is.

Important: These suggested channels were created in 2020 as a starting point for you. The channels will not be updated or maintained. See an Introduction to channels for more information about creating your own channels for more curated content.

Channels curated by Pluralsight

Cloud Foundations
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Cloud technologies have revolutionized the implementation, deployment, and economics of computing resources. Explore applications in the cloud (commonly called Software as a Service, or SaaS), an overview of cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, as well as private clouds (bringing cloud technology on premises). By the time you’re done, you’ll know what cloud computing is all about and be ready to start exploring specific implementations.
Cloud Development
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Learn the core principles and skills behind cloud native software, and review technologies in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud that make modern software deployment work.
Cloud Infrastructure
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Learn to deploy infrastructure and applications on cloud platforms for a variety of scenarios.
Building a Security Centric Culture
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Creating a security first mindset is vitally important in today's world. Take the steps to unify security and development teams and prepare to keep up with continual changes in the security industry.
Security Fundamentals
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If you are new to cybersecurity or interested in getting started, it can be difficult to identify and understand all of the facets of protecting an organization's information assets. Learn the processes security teams deploy to design secure infrastructure, respond to incidents, scan for vulnerabilities, and continually test their environment to keep data secure.
Security Awareness
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Cybercriminals (Hackers) will try many different methods to convince you to provide information that will help them steal money and intellectual property from you. Common communication such as email, websites, and phone calls could trick you into exposing information or installing malicious software. In these courses, you'll learn how to identify cyber-attacks, who to notify if one is detected, and how to be more proactive in avoiding these types of attacks in the future.
Security Compliance
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There are now more Security Compliance requirements than ever before. With new requirements arriving each year, it can be difficult to stay informed. Develop a foundational knowledge of many security compliance programs and be confident talking to your teams, peers, and clients about these programs.
Cloud Security
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Cloud Security offers a new level of confidence for security and protection while using cloud services. Learn the skills needed to be better prepared to protect your organization's cloud platforms.
IT Ops
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Reduce time to deploy new technologies and applications by managing and provisioning your infrastructure automatically through scripting, configuration files, and process improvements.
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Looking to level up in Linux? Start with the fundamentals and prepare for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator certification.
Data Analysis
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Data Analytics is the detection, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Learn the skills needed to process data, apply statistical models, and recognize factors that impact your findings.
Data Science Fundamentals
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Data science is revolutionizing the world around us. It's beginning to transform entire industries in almost every sector of our economy. Learn the skills to transform data into actionable insights and why data science is important for you and your business.
Business Professional
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To make your organization more efficient and effective, you may require an Agile transformation. Explore the mindset and cultural changes needed to adopt Agile and deliver maximum value earlier to your customers.
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Need to understand Scrum, or want to appreciate it at a deeper level? Learn the foundational knowledge of Scrum including how Scrum helped to frame the Agile Manifesto. Next, learn how empiricism and complexity connect with Scrum. Finally, explore how to leverage the Scrum values and the role of Scrum Masters.
Working Remotely
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Knowing how to effectively manage remote teams has become an essential skill if you want access to the best talent available worldwide. Learn tips for working remotely, managing remote work and leading during times of crisis.
Culture of Learning
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Every organization today relies on technology. Technology is rapidly changing and closing the technology skills gap is one of the most important challenges today’s organizations face. Learn how to keep up with the latest technology and discover specific ways to create a culture of learning in your organization.
.NET Core
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The .NET platform has been revolutionized with the advent of .NET Core. A platform once limited primarily to Windows is now officially supported on just about any platform that you'd like to develop and run applications. Learn how to develop and run .NET Core apps on a variety of platforms.
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Spring is a Java framework originally built to make the development of Enterprise Java applications easier. Discover the skills Spring Developers use to accelerate application development.
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Containers represent a higher-density kind of "virtualization" that can meet the needs of certain scenarios better than traditional hypervisors. Here you'll learn everything you need to know about Docker, the gold standard in container management across platforms.
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Microservices is an architectural style that provides a highly maintainable, testable, loosely coupled collection of services that are independently deployable and organized around business capabilities. Learn how to design and implement distributed microservices systems.
Source Control
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From programmers to IT professionals, it seems that every software developer these days is using Git; the most popular version control system around. Discover what Git is, what it's useful for, and why it's taking the world of software by storm.

Duplicating and customizing a channel

To customize a channel, first duplicate it, then edit it to fit your needs.

To duplicate a channel, locate the channel, then click the ••• options menu next to the Join channel or Joined button. Click Duplicate and fill in the details, including the name, objective, description, and privacy settings.

When selecting the privacy settings, choose Company to allow anyone within your organization access to the channel, or Personal - You & people with the link for tighter control over who has access. Click the Duplicate channel button to finish duplicating the channel. See Setting the privacy level for more information.

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Sharing a channel with your team

Once you’ve customized your channel—don’t worry, you can always fine-tune it later—it’s time to share it with your team. Channels offer great flexibility in sharing, depending on your individual needs. See Adding channel members, contributors, and owners for details. If you want for your organization as a whole to be able to view your channel, see sharing a channel company-wide.

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