February 04, 2015
There are so many valuable IT certifications that IT professional can pursue depending on their specialties and where they’re at in their career. This month we’re profiling the Red Hat Architect certification. Read below to learn more!
The Red Hat Architect certification may be viewed as one of the most challenging certifications to achieve, but acquiring this certification will reign high on lists of achievements. This certification is a capstone to the Red Hat Enterprise Architect courses. These courses require five levels of higher exams to be passed in order to demonstrate knowledge of Red Hat Technologies. According to Global Knowledge, “Red Hat’s Enterprise Architect courses provide in-depth, hands-on training for senior Linux system administrators responsible for deploying and managing many systems in large enterprise environments.” This is a prestigious certificate that can help an IT professional distinguish its organization and set it apart from its competitors.
Not sure if Red Hat Architect Certification is a fit for you? The target candidates for this certification are:
- Senior Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrators who have a current RHCE certification
- Red Hat Certified Engineers who wish to demonstrate greater depth and breadth of knowledge and skills in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and across other Red Hat products
- IT architects who wish to demonstrate Red Hat-specific skills and knowledge
At least five (5) prerequisites required of the following credentials:
Along with the five prerequisites, to obtain the certification one must pass at least five required exams. These exams can vary from $400-$600 in cost. More information regarding the exams can be found here. To increase your market value, becoming certified in this high level achievement is a worthwhile investment.
Would you pursue becoming certified as a Red Hat Architecture? Are there any other certifications you would like to learn more about? Please share below!
Posted By: Anastasia Hoosman