currently there are three different versions available when registering for the Exam:
What are the exact differences of these Exam versions ?
They seem to be based on RHEL 8, RHEL 8.4 and RHEL9 respectively, but what other differences are to be expected ? Is the Ansible version used in the three Exam versions also different ?
The official Exam objectives do not mention anything about the different Exam versions:
So does that mean the objectives are identical no matter which Exam Version I choose ?
@melnajim I think that @Fran_Garcia meant to say that the content in the RHCE for RHEL 7 (Red Hat System Administration III / RH254), on network services included in RHEL, was mostly moved to RH358 (Red Hat Services Management and Automation). That course is currently based on RHEL 8.
The biggest difference with that course is that each chapter ends with a section on how to use Ansible to automate manual sysadmin tasks from the chapter. But its main focus is on the various network services, much like the old RH254 course. So if you're looking for that, it's still available and it has an associated certification exam, EX358.
congrats!! which version did you take? EX294V84K or EX294V9K? if was EX294V84K, what's different between EX294V83K and EX294V84K? are something about Automation Platform?
I was thinking the same when ansible started with collections.
But actually they are quite easy! All you need to do is using the ansible-galaxy command:
ansible-galaxy collection init my_namespace.my_collection
Thsi will create a ready to use collection. Inside the collection directrory just put in the roles.
It is perfectly suited for grouping roles beloning to the same topic. i.ex. I have a mysql collection, with the roles mysql_server and mysql_client inside.
Hi, concerning the updates, can anyone eliborate on this session of the exam:
Will I be ask to build my own execution environment or to use remote automation hub as execution environment ?