Linux, Red Hat Linux
All You Need To Know About Red Hat Training And Certification
February 7, 2019 by Parag Mahajan
As Microsoft still rules the desktop of every computer or laptop, Linux has a great user value as a server operating system in the business. Nearly all of the major websites of the world run on Linux – Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Wikipedia are the name of just a few. It’s, therefore, no shock that there is a developing demand for experts with Linux talents, who can provide expertise up to 30% higher pay than their Microsoft-supporting counterparts.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is the most famous Linux distribution amongst medium to large organizations, and Red Hat have advanced their training programs and certificates to make sure that expert standards are high.
There are three stages of certification given by Red Hat – RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer), RHCT (Red Hat Certified Technician) and RHCA (Red Hat Certified Architect).
Red hat training is the entry-level documentation, appropriate for a junior-level system manager handling Linux systems. Topics covered consist of network configuration, package management, file system administration, and basic system troubleshooting.
RHCE is a well-respected requirement, which shows a good level of knowledge of use and troubleshooting of Red Hat Enterprise. Topics covered include advanced package management, system services, kernel configuration, network configuration, advanced account management, web services, mail services, virtualization, NFS and troubleshooting.
RHCA is not easy to attain, currently held by less than 1000 people all over the world. To get the RHCA certification, one should pass a total of six examinations – the RHCE exam; Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services, Red Hat Enterprise Deployment, Virtualization and Systems Management; Red Hat Directory Services and Authentication; Red Hat Enterprise Clustering and Storage Management; and Red Hat Enterprise Systems Monitoring and Performance Tuning Expertise. Those who achieve RHCA qualification can assume to find themselves in high demand, and ask for an ample salary.
For those students who are unfamiliar with Linux system, the RHCT is one of the best goal to aim for. This certification provides the learners with a good foot in the door for the upcoming employees to impress your bosses and grab the first Linux System Administration job.
To all those who are looking to run an entire network, RHCE certification can be the right pick. This certification provides a high level of knowledge, good enough to be able to cope with the challenges that day to day administration can throw at them. The exam leads to a high level of knowledge and expertise and is considered to be a highly respected qualification.
RHCA Red hat certification must be pursued by those who are wishing to forge a career into the stream of professional Linux consultant or as a troubleshooter. Together, the examination make up the certification represent altogether 30+ hours of test time- to say nothing of the preparation time needed for this. As such, RHCA certification is only for the most dedicated and studious of people.