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.
I have been QA'ing a lot of courses lately, and have been one of the main authors for some:
After Ansible, I'm moving onto Openshift. Completed DO180, moving onto DO280, both video classrooms taught by (hosted by?) Grega Bremec. Who is possibly loitering round here as the moderator Benko.
Eek! I have been busted!