Any date planned for RHCE https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhce. to be available on RHEL 9 https://developers.redhat.com/articles/2022/05/18/whats-new-red-hat-enterprise-linux-9 ?
Please comment. Thanks in Advance.
I think there is still a need for a certification for advanced linux skills. I think the current landscape of linux certifications out there is a bit confusing to me as to where to go after entry level certs like RHCSA or Linux+ or LPIC-1 or SuSe Certified Admin. For some reason Ubuntu, the most popular linux flavor has no certifications for professionals
I don't understand why RedHat Inc made this move. I mean they replace Ansible Automation while taking away their singular advanced linux skills certification before getting into specialties. Now it feels like people go from an entry level cert and go straight into specialties. Also, even though the current RHCE is 98% about Ansible, why are there three additional ansible certifications out there??
Job postings on the market still think that people with RHCE are really good at RHEL when most employers don't know that recent people with RHCE are entry level RHEL people that are Ansible nerds.
Now I feel like if I want to tell employers that I'm really good at RHEL, I need my RHCSA as well as ~2 of the specialty certs from the RCA>Linux Master