I just completed the RHSCA Rapid Track in less than 2 days, and want to re-certifiy for RSCA and regain RHCE for RHEL.
Goal is to become RHCA in one year.
ir Jan Gerrit Kootstra
Red Hat Professional 110-349-594 and accreditated Sales, Sales Engineer and Delivery person
I have been involved with Red Hat courses and exams for more than 10 years now.
I had been RHCE on version 5, 6 and 7; with 3 CoEs. Unfortunately all are not current now.
I was 2 CoEs short from RHCA; but now I need to rewrite the exams. Fortunately, the knowledge is still there as I use it regularly in consultant works.
To answer the question I have taken classes and exams (cutting since 2015): EX200, EX300, RH413, EX413, RH318, EX318, RH436, EX436, RH401 and RH442.
I am aiming to (re)write during the coming 18 months the following (hopedully in that order): EX200, EX300, EX442, EX236, EX362, EX318, EX405, EX342and EX415.
I am actually putting as side EX407, as it seems it will be included with RHCE based on RHEL 8.
It will required from me a lot of work, time, focus and dedication, and a lot of money. To reduce the costs, I am skipping the courses, and hope that from my daily work exposures and studies I will succeed.
DO407R, the new (well, new-ish) ansible training course.
I have an exam coming up on the older version, and I know I should have done the older training (that older version has videos too). But I use the newer version at work, and wedging that training into my brain has already come in useful.