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Going for OpenShift Certification

Hello All

In last 4 months i gave exam for 

RHCSA , Redhat Certified Specialist for HA and RHCE EX294 and fortunately i passed all after spending lot of time and sleepless nights. Now after taking 1 week rest now im planning to go for Redhat OpenShift Training and Exam but i found there is no EX180 and only Training is available. 

Which one should i go for first DO188 or DO188 training. Im thinking to do training in one these then instead of EX188 or PE180 i will go for DO280 and its exam

Any Suggestions please 

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hello @UmairMustafa !
Thanks for reaching out ! 

Yes, you are right ! EX180 is retired now. 

Recommended skill path is :

Openshift Development path : DO188 ( EX188)  --> DO280 ( EX280 optional)  --> DO288 (EX288)

OpenShift Administration Path : DO180 ( PE180 ) -->DO280 ( EX280 ) --> DO380 ( EX380 )

You can directly take any exam if you have the necessary experience or skill set as mentioned in the respective exam link.

Eg. Refer EX280 certification exam here : https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/red-hat-certified-openshift-administrator-exam 

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It actually depends upon one's choice and planned skill paths as to which course or certification one wants to pursue. My recommendation for EX280 certification  is DO180 + DO280  training. 

Refer OpenShift certification Path here : https://www.redhat.com/en/resources/openshift-skill-paths-brief 

Let me know if you have any other query regarding this. You can also reach out to training@redhat.com for any help in this matter.

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Thank you Chetan for clearing the picture for me. 

I will follow your advice and will take DO180 training and DO280 training then i will for EX280 Exam and call it a day for Redhat Certifications. 

Chetan_Tiwary_
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All the very best @UmairMustafa !

Let us know for any help / doubt.

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