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JP
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Interesting New Changes in the Certification Program

 

Some  interesting New Changes in the RHCA Certification Program and specialties.

 https://servicesblog.redhat.com/2018/08/20/red-hat-certified-architect-program-changes/?sc_cid=701f2...

 

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bschonec
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Uhh....so RHCE's are now called "Red Hat Certified Architects in Infrastructure"?  That's even more confusing.  I achieved RHCA about two years ago and I found that employers frequently mistake the RHCA for RHCSA.  In fact, I was passed over (initially) for interviews that required RHCE.

Or am I confused here?  I thought the only way to achieve the RHCA was to get RHCSA + RHCE + five other exams.  Is there another baseline by which one can achieve RHCA w/o the RHCSA+RHCE?

 

 

Scott
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No, that's not what's happening.  The article is about changes to the Red Hat Certified Architect program.  They've already updated the RHCA certification page:

https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhca

Essentially, the RHCA is now split into two branches.  Which branch you are is determined by your "Base Certificate" Either RHCE or [ RHCJD or RHCEMD].  If you earn an RHCA with an RHCE base certificate, you're a Red Hat Certified Architect in Infrastructure.  If you earn your RHCA with either an RHCJD or RHCEMD as the base certificate, you're a Red Hat Certified Architect in Enterprise Applications

-STM

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Hrushabhs
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Thanks, JD for sharing

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