Cadet
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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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Flight Engineer
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Re: Interesting New Changes in the Certification Program

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?

 

 

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Re: Interesting New Changes in the Certification Program

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

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Cadet
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Re: Interesting New Changes in the Certification Program

Thanks, JD for sharing

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