RedHat RHCE Certification EX300認證學習指南

December 13, 2014 by · Comments Off on RedHat RHCE Certification EX300認證學習指南
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如果您不知道如何才能高效的通過一門認證,這裏給你的建議是選擇一套優秀的題庫,這樣可以起到事半功倍的效果。Killtest考題大師 -始終致力與為客戶提供RedHat認證的全真考題及認證學習資料,Killtest EX300考試題庫軟體是RedHat認證廠商的授權產品,能夠讓你一次參加 EX300考試的考生即可順利通過,該題庫的覆蓋率很高,能為你節省很多時間和精力。

 

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Killtest EX300最新版本的題庫包括了33道題,覆蓋率在98%以上,保證考生順利通過,從而獲得RedHat RHCE Certification的認證證書。Killtest題庫網承諾所有購買“EX300題庫”的客戶,都將獲得一年免費升級的售後服務,確保客戶考試的一次通過率。並實行”一次不過全額退款“的保障,絕對保證考生的利益不受到任何的損失。

New! JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence (JBCD Persistence) Certification

July 14, 2011 by · 1 Comment
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Red Hat is pleased to announce a new addition to its line of performance-based certifications — JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence. The new JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence has demonstrated the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to use the Java™ Persistence API (JPA) with Hibernate® to create, modify, and maintain persistent objects in business applications. As with all of Red Hat certification exams, the JBCD – Persistence Exam (EX297) continues the practice of evaluating knowledge and skills through hands-on, lab-based exam. Read more

New! Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)

November 22, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)
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Overview

Red Hat’s Enterprise Architect courses provide in-depth, hands-on training for senior Linux system administrators responsible for the deployment and management of many systems in large enterprise environments. Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) is a capstone certification to Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) , the most recognized, acclaimed, and mature certifications in the Linux space.

Curriculum and Expertise Exams

The full RHCA curriculum consists of four advanced 400-level Enterprise Architect courses and an upper-level security course.

  • Only current RHCEs are eligible to be certified as a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA), while anyone can attend the courses in this track. Verify your RHCE.
  • Current RHCEs will obtain RHCA certification upon successfully passing all five Expertise Exams.
  • The courses are not required as the tests can be taken separately but they are strongly recommended.

RHCA Courses (Recommended)

  • RHS333 Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services
  • RH401 Red Hat Enterprise Deployment and Systems Management
  • RH423 Red Hat Enterprise Directory Services and Authentication
  • RH318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
  • RH436 Red Hat Enterprise Clustering and Storage Management
  • RH442 Red Hat Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning

Expertise Exams (Required: Must pass all 5 for RHCA)

  • EX333 Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services Expertise Exam
  • EX401 Red Hat Enterprise Deployment and Systems Management Expertise Exam
  • EX423 Red Hat Enterprise Directory Services and Authentication Expertise Exam
  • EX318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Exam
  • EX436 Red Hat Enterprise Clustering and Storage Management Expertise Exam
  • EX442 Red Hat Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning Expertise Exam

Each course in the Enterprise Architect curriculum is followed by a Certificate of Expertise exam on the fifth day. Expertise Exams may be taken immediately following the corresponding course, or at any time. The exams are performance-based and test skills of the job role competencies covered in the prior four days of hands-on training. Passing the Expertise Exam earns the candidate an Certificate of Expertise to his or her RHCE credential for that specific enterprise skillset.

An RHCA has proven the skills required to plan, design and manage open source infrastructure in large complex environments consisting of many Linux systems across the enterprise.

Expertise Exams vary in length from 2 to 8 hours depending on the course, and can only be taken by current RHCEs. Official notification of PASS or DID NOT PASS is sent via email within 5 US business days of the Expertise Exam.

New! Red Hat Certified Datacenter Specialist (RHCDS)

November 22, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified Datacenter Specialist (RHCDS)
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An RHCDS has the skills and knowledge necessary to build reliable, available, scalable, and manageable solutions in mission-critical datacenter environments using fully-supported open source technologies from Red Hat.

Current RHCEs will obtain RHCDS certification upon successfully passing all three Expertise Exams:

  1. •EX401 Deployment, Virtualization, and Systems Management
  2. •EX436 Clustering and Storage Management
  3. •EX423 Directory Services and Authentication
    OR EX318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

These courses build on system administration skills covered in the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) program, which is a prerequisite.

All upper-level courses are all peer level, meaning each can be taken by someone with RHCE or equivalent skills. Any order is fine.

Curriculum and Expertise Exams

  1. •Only current RHCEs are eligible to be certified as a Red Hat Certified Datacenter Specialist (RHCDS), while anyone can attend the courses in this track. Verify your RHCE.
  2. •Current RHCEs will obtain RHCDS certification upon successfully passing all three Expertise Exams.
  3. •The courses are not required as the tests can be taken separately but they are strongly recommended.

RHCDS Courses (Recommended)

  1. RH401Deployment and Systems Management
  2. RH436 Clustering and Storage Management
  3. RH423 Directory Services and Authentication
    OR RH318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Expertise Exams (Required: Must pass all 3 for RHCDS) 

  1. EX401 Deployment and Systems Management Exam
  2. EX436 Clustering and Storage Management Exam
  3. EX423 Directory Services and Authentication Exam
    OR EX318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Each course in Red Hat’s Datacenter curriculum is followed by an Expertise Exam on the fifth day. Expertise Exams may be taken immediately following the corresponding course or at any other time. The exams are performance-based and test skills of the job role competencies covered in the prior four days of hands-on training. Passing an Expertise Exam earns the candidate a Certificate of Expertise to his or her RHCE credential for a specific security skillset. Expertise Exams vary in length from 4 to 8 hours depending on the course.

Official notification of PASS or DID NOT PASS is sent via email within 5 US business days of the Expertise Exam.

Exam Costs and Bundled Discount

Exams cost $749 on their own or $549 when purchased together with the corresponding class scheduled in same week. To purchase the course and corresponding Expertise Exam, select appropriate RH and EX codes when purchasing. Then, use promotional code “45678” to receive the $200 discount.

Beyond RHCDS: Security Curriculum

Beyond the core RHCDS courses, Red Hat also offers a security curriculum that teaches advanced skills in using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SELinux, and Red Hat Directory Server to meet the security requirements of today’s enterprise environment.

New! Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS)

November 20, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS)
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Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS) is a security certification that proves advanced skills in using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SELinux, and Red Hat Directory Server to meet the security requirements of today’s enterprise environment.

Current RHCEs will obtain RHCSS certification upon successfully passing all three Expertise Exams:

  1. EX333 Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services
  2. EX423 Enterprise Directory Services and Authentication
  3. EX429 SELinux Policy Administration

These courses build on the security skills covered in the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) program, which is a prerequisite.All upper-level courses are all peer level, meaning each can be taken by someone with RHCE or equivalent skills. Any order is fine.

 Curriculum and Expertise Exams

  1. Only current RHCEs are eligible to be certified as a Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS), while anyone can attend the courses in this track. Verify your RHCE.
  2. Current RHCEs will obtain RHCSS certification upon successfully passing all three Expertise Exams.
  3. The courses are not required as the tests can be taken separately but they are strongly recommended.
RHCSS Courses
(Recommended)
Expertise Exams
(Required: Must pass all 3 for RHCSS)
RHS333 Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services EX333 Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services Expertise Exam
RH423 Red Hat Enterprise Directory Services and Authentication EX423 Red Hat Enterprise Directory Services and Authentication Expertise Exam
RHS429 Red Hat Enterprise SELinux Policy Administration EX429 Red Hat Enterprise SELinux Policy Administration Expertise Exam

Each course in Red Hat’s security curriculum is followed by an Expertise Exam on the fifth day. Expertise Exams may be taken immediately following the corresponding course or at any other time. The exams are performance-based and test skills of the job role competencies covered in the prior four days of hands-on training. Passing an Expertise Exam earns the candidate a Certificate of Expertise to his or her RHCE credential for a specific security skillset. Expertise Exams vary in length from 4 to 8 hours depending on the course.

Official notification of PASS or DID NOT PASS is sent via email within 5 US business days of the Expertise Exam.

Exam Costs and Bundled Discount

Exams cost $749 on their own or $549 when purchased together with the corresponding class scheduled in same week. To purchase the course and corresponding Expertise Exam, select appropriate RH and EX codes when purchasing. Then, use promotional code “45678” to receive the $200 discount.

New! Red Hat Certificates of Expertise

November 20, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certificates of Expertise
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Red Hat Certificates of Expertise are upper-level credentials available to RHCEs who pass upper-level performance-based exams. The Certificates are incremental credentials attached to one’s RHCE that demonstrate skills and knowledge in specialized areas.

The upper-level exams were created as part of the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) program.We consider each Certificate of Expertise a worthy credential in its own right and want to bring greater recognition and value to the RHCEs who pass any of these challenging exams.

New! Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA)

November 20, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA)
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Red Hat is pleased to announce the latest addition to its lineup of performance-based certifications—Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA). With this new certification, Red Hat extends our industry-leading certification program to the virtualization administrator. The RHCVA exam continues the Red Hat tradition of benchmarking the skills of IT professionals through hands-on skills assessments.

Virtualization helps users make the most out of their IT environments by allowing a single server to run multiple servers or desktop operating systems. The Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA) certification assures system administrators have the right skills and knowledge to successfully manage these virtual solutions.

If you are a system administrator in a data center, a technical professional designing virtual environments, or a virtualization administrator migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, this is the right certification for you. Preparing for and passing the RHCVA exam gives you, your company, and your customers the confidence to know you will maximize the performance of your virtual environment.

About the EX318 RHCVA exam

To earn the RHCVA certification, students must demonstrate the skills required to be a successful virtualization administrator through a hands-on, half-day exam (EX318). Red Hat recommends that participants augment their skills and build on their expertise by examining the RHCVA Study Guide and attending the RH318 Red Hat Virtualization Administration training course. You’ll learn the skills you need through hands-on labs and deep dives into the technology balanced with concept-based lectures.

New! JBoss Certified Application Administrator (JBCAA)

November 20, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! JBoss Certified Application Administrator (JBCAA)
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Red Hat is pleased to announce the latest addition to its line up of performance-based certifications – JBoss Certified Application Administrator. With the new certification, Red Hat extends our industry-leading certification program to the JBoss suite of products.

Why are we offering a middleware certification now? Simply put – we are responding to interest in our open source middleware solutions. Our customers are looking to us to help them maximize their JBoss Enterprise Middleware deployment and optimize their strategic investment. The JBCAA can help our customers and partners get the most from Red Hat deployments.

Certification Overview

IT managers can be assured that application administrators who have earned an JBCAA accreditation have demonstrated the skills and knowledge needed to install, configure, monitor and manage JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and deploy applications to it.

Exam Preparation

The hands-on nature of this exam make real-world experience a critical facet of preparation. In addition to experience, Red Hat recommends that participants attend the JBoss Application Administration (JB336) training course and review the JBCAA Study Guide. The JBoss Application Administration course balances concept-based lectures with real-world tasks and project-oriented labs. Targeted to JBoss Application Server systems administrators, deployment managers, and quality assurance engineers, this training course course helps administrators better deploy, maintain and troubleshoot their JBoss environment.

Enroll with Pearson VUE NEW!

Beginning May 1, 2010, the JBCAA Exam (EX336) will be offered through select Pearson VUE testing centers worldwide. By working with the world’s leading test delivery vendor, we are able to provide greater convenience and availability to prospective exam candidates.

This exam is appropriate for JBoss Application Server system administrators, deployment managers, and quality assurance engineers who would like to earn a credential that shows they have the skills and knowledge needed to install, configure, monitor, manage, and deploy applications to JBoss Enterprise Application Platform.

New! Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)

November 17, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)
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A Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification is earned when an IT professional demonstrates the core system administration skills common to Red Hat Enterprise Linux environments. RHCSA is an appropriate certification for system administrators and professionals in a wide variety of related roles, including database administrators, developers, and support technicians.

Red Hat is pleased to announce a new addition to its line of performance-based certifications — Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA). The new RHCSA credential aligns with the critical skills required of today’s system administrators. As with all of Red Hat certification exams, the RHCSA exam continues the practice of evaluating knowledge and skills through hands-on, lab-based exam.

To ensure this certification meets the needs of IT managers seeking qualified system administrators, Red Hat conducted an extensive survey and analysis of Red Hat certification holders worldwide. This survey sought to identify the most frequent and critical tasks that today’s system administrators perform on the job. This survey helped shape the RHCSA credential, in addition to validating the more senior-level responsibilities that are tested by the RHCE exam. In addition to the survey, Red Hat has continually sought input on the certification program from its certified community through annual RHCE focus group sessions at Red Hat Summit, online focus groups with Red Hat Certified Architects (RHCAs), and informal discussions at RHCE Loopback events. This input has been central to changes made to the overall program in conjunction with the launch of RHCSA.

RHCT certification vs. RHCSA certification
IT professionals who earn a Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) certification have demonstrated the core system administrator skills that are sought and valued by companies and organizations using Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The job title these professionals typically hold is that of system administrator and job postings seeking their particular set of skills are usually for system administrators. Tellingly, salary surveys indicate that RHCTs earn more than system administrators holding certifications from other programs. In short, the term “technician” sells their skills short. With the launch of Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA), Red Hat will be offering a certification with a title that is far more aligned to usage in the marketplace and reflective of system administration skills.

The competency model of RHCSA is quite similar to that of RHCT. However, there are some Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) competencies that will now become RHCSA and vice versa. This will allow a clear, defined, and simplified certification path, letting organizations make informed decisions based on their existing and future skill-set requirements.

Earning an RHCSA certification
To earn RHCSA credential, candidates must demonstrate the skills required to be a successful Linux administrator through a hands-on, half-day exam. This exam can be purchased separately (EX200) or bundled with a class at the time of enrollment. Learn more about the RHCSA exam.

New! Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)

November 17, 2010 by · Comments Off on New! Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
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Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) is a performance-based test that measures actual competency on live systems. Called the “crown jewel of Linux certifications,” RHCE proves an individual’s ability to configure networking services and security on servers running a Red Hat OS. RHCE was recently named the hottest certification in all of IT by CertCities.com.

The RHCE certification (Red Hat Certified Engineer) is Red Hat’s most widely known, and widely respected, Linux qualification. The hands-on nature of the exam coupled with its perceived difficulty has gone a long way to making the RHCE credential something worth having and something employers are increasingly aware of.

In order to gain the RHCE certification candidates must successfully pass a full-day, hands-on performance-based exam, RH302, consisting of two distinct sections:

Section I: Troubleshooting and System Maintenance (2.5 hours)
Section II: Installation and Configuration (3 hours)

To pass and gain the RHCE certification credential, candidates must meet all of the following:

Achieve a score of 80 or higher on Section I, consisting of compulsory and optional problems;
Successful completion of the Section I compulsory troubleshooting problems within one hour of that section’s start time;
Achieve 70 percent or more on the RHCT-level skills in Section II;
Achieve 70 percent or more on the RHCE-level skills in Section II.

Candidates will be e-mailed their results within three US business days along with a digital certificate if successful.

It is possible to fail the RHCE exam yet still gain the lower-level RHCT certification by successfully completing the sections of the exam that are tied to the RHCT competencies. In such situations, candidates will still be required to pass the complete RCHE exam if they wish to retake the exam and become RHCE qualified. A candidate may retake the exam as many times as they wish upon payment of the applicable exam fees.

Because the RHCE is lab-based, exams can only be taken at Red Hat authorized facilities (consult the Red Hat website for information on facilities in your area) and only during specific times. This is something that should be considered when factoring the total cost of obtaining the RHCE credential as travel costs could be quite significant depending on your location. Candidates may not take notes or other materials into the testing area.

For those who require formal training, Red Hat offer training courses both online and offline to help candidates prepare for the RHCE exam. Red Hat offer various training and exam packages depending on the level of experience a candidate already has, including a ‘success package’ which comprises a training course as well as two attempts at the exam (according to Red Hat, less than 50% of first-time takers pass the RHCE exam, with the success rate climbing to around 75% on the second attempt).

As with all Red Hat certifications, RHCE qualified individuals are considered current for the life of the release under which the qualification was earned so a candidate’s RCHE qualification will expire at some point in the future – another cost factor that needs to be considered if a candidate wishes to stay current. Recertification requires taking the current version of the RH302 exam again as there is no ‘upgrade’ exam.

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