The Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam is one of the most challenging industry certification tests for systems administrators. A hands-on test, the Red Hat certification exam evaluates the ability of systems engineers to apply Linux system knowledge.
After six+ months of public beta testing and more than three years after its previous major point release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 7 (RHEL7) debuted in June 2014. Red Hat’s latest release of its flagship platform delivered some dramatic improvements in reliability, performance and scalability. A wealth of new features provide the architect, system administrator and developer with the resources necessary to innovate and manage more efficiently.
Everyone’s a tech company these days. From new-school video streaming services like Netflix to old-school grocery businesses and government agencies, technology increasingly drives business productivity. At the heart of this movement is Linux, resulting in exceptional, highly paid job opportunities for Linux professionals.
Red Hat certification programs validate people’s technical skills and knowledge. Organizations hiring employees, contractors and consultants can look to Red Hat certifications as an input into hiring, assignment, promotion and other management decisions. Similarly, individuals who earn these certifications benefit by having official, impartial validation of their skills and knowledge.