I took RH virtualization (pre-4.x). The class wasn't what I expected. It was definitely the instructor. The virtual training may be a way to go, not sure if it's the same person. I probably won't subscribe if it is.
This time I took these self-paced online learning courses:
RHCSA - Red Hat System Administration I (RH124-7)
RHCSA - Red Hat System Administration II (RH134-7)
And now I am about to take:
RHCE - Red Hat System Administration III (RH254-7)
Reading to RHCSA and RHCE exams this month! =)
For Red Hat classroom training:
Red Hat Certified Specialist in Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Administration
Red Hat Certified System Administrator in Red Hat OpenStack
Red Hat Certifed Specialist in Deployment and Systems Management
Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Automation
Red Hat Certifed Specialist in Gluster Storage Administration
Red Hat System administration III (RHCSA / RHCE fasttrack)
I'll be honest, I have lost track.
I have taken more Red Hat exams than I can remember (starting with RHCE 8 - on Red Hat Linux 8 - yes that predates Fedora and is in line with the introduction of RHEL). Admittedly the system tells me I am currently a Red Hat Certified Architect.
I have taught more students than I can remember for Red Hat, both as a contractor and as an employee, though I absolutely *love* to hear from those students in my past!!!!
I have contributed to more Red Hat curriculum than I can remember.
I am now entirely focused on the classroom lab environment for Red Hat Training.
But I have been at this since 2003 (has it really been over 15 years?).
Feel free to ping me with ideas/thoughts/suggestions for improving the student experience! I am an absolute advocate for students inside of Red Hat Training. Whatever I can do to help you learn and better implement our technologies is something I would strive for! I completely want to see our students/customers/advocates/the world succeed!
There Can Be Only One! Universal Classroom Foundation!