What courses have you successfully completed?
This year I have added both of the new security focused courses to my collection. The RH362 Identity Manager course and the RH415 Linux Security course both support my Infosec focus and interests. As an added bonus, both courses counted towards my CISSP renewal credit, one for The last period and the other counting towards my current period.
I love both of these classes. They are both jam packed with material and of course plenty of hands on. To get the most out of the courses make sure you have the prerequisite! Students interested in these courses should be very comfortable with all the RHCE skills as well as have an awareness of the Ansible, Ansible Tower, and Satellite 6 products. (Check out the free intro videos for Ansible and Satellite.)
Hi Deanna, I took the RHCSA Rapid Track (rh199-7) and the JB248: Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I, but I have a question.
For the JB248: Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I, after I took the lesson 12, in the page appears a "Certificate of Attendance to Download", but I want the same for the RHCSA Rapid Track (rh199-7) that I took first.
I took both courses online, in ROLE.
There is any link to download the Certificate of Attendance for that course?
Can I still comment if I have not taken any courses from Red Hat?... but would like to think I have still done so successfully! 8D
I fortunately had many years of experience, and with mass-market paperback study guides, I passed the EX200K/RHCSA, EX300K/RHCE, and to renew them just a week ago the EX413K/RHCSS exam.
My current employer is a small business that would not be able to spring a full course fee nor the full price learning subscription at this time, but I am hoping to find another 4 CoE topics that are as generic or at least technologies that I have sufficient exposure/experience in to pass another 4 CoE exams directly (my employer will reimburse successful exams), to be able to reach the RHCA in another year or so, and then maybe persuade them with the 50% discount eligibility, to benefit from the more specific topics/technologies I have not had access or been exposed to, to maintain the RHCA from then on (5 every 3 years is almost 2 courses/exams a year so including both the course and 1st exam attempt it definitely pays for itself, especially more so at the discounted rate).
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