The Lazy Internet Engineer's Way to Red Hat

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The Lazy Internet Engineer's Way to Red Hat

The digital technology has replaced almost all the traditional ways used by the enterprises, even a small-scale business requires computers and networking solutions in order to connect with each other. So, the demand for IT staff has created and this demand is growing because of new innovations. However, this also created more competition in the IT based job roles. Almost every IT professional is trying to boost up their skills by taking a certification course in their relevant niche.


Red Hat has a proven track record of serving more than ninety percent of the fortune 500 companies. Their Red Hat certifications are also very famous and highly in demand because they empower individuals to work as a system administrator in any organization. These individuals working as a system administrator can upgrade to senior job roles by taking advanced level certification offered by the Red Hat. The average salary of a certified system engineer is considered as the top paying salaries among the IT industry.


 Every Red Hat exam is a performance-based exam which validates that the individual can implement, configure, install and secure the Red Hat Enterprise solution at any level. Moreover, these certifications are cheaper as compared to any other IT certifications. So, taking Red Hat certification track can be an easy way to boost up your career. The maintenance fee (recertification fee) is also low because the individuals can upgrade their certification level from starting entry point to expert level by simply recertifying.


With this new era of digitalization, every business requires the safety and security of their data and hardware. So, the need for certified and trained staff is growing among many organizations. The employers even prefer hiring those staff on board which has certifications from reputed organizations in addition to their general qualifications. Some of the jobs come up with a mandatory requirement of having a valid certification which provides more job opportunities to certified individuals as compared to other non-certified individuals.


In short, every skill counts either if it is in form of technical or general however having a certificate validates the individual's competency which can be showcased to the employers. The certified individuals find good perks and benefits at their jobs. Their efforts and certifications are recognized and rewarded time to time. This means that their efforts in obtaining certification finally paid off right after they finish the certification.


Red Hat certifications come up with a variety of courses starting from associate or entry level to expert level certification. The IT individuals can take any of them because most of them do not come up with any prerequisites. However, it is recommended to take these courses in the prescribed format in order to avoid any confusion in logic. These Red Hat certifications are:


·         Red Hat Certified System Administration (RHCSA)


·         Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)


·         Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)


·         Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administration (RHCVA)


·         JBoss Certified Application Administration (JBCAA)


The Red Hat Certified System Administration (RHCSA) certification is an entry-level qualification. The Red Hat Certified Engineer is a mid-level qualification and doing this certification requires to have a valid RHCSA in order to take this exam. The Red Hat Certified Architect is an expert level advance qualification among all. The Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administration and JBoss Certified Application Administration come up with no formal prerequisites.


All the exams are conducted by the Red Hat and they all are performance based which means that the individuals have to prove their practical skills in order to become Red Hat certified professionals. So, if you can prove your skills then this path is best for you to explore more job opportunities.


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