My open source learning journey started as a requirement for my initiation into a migration project. The institute where I was pursuing my Bachelor’s degree proposed a project to replace proprietary applications with open source products. Upon successful completion of the project, I got to interact with a Red Hatter who convinced me to take my open source learning further by showcasing the benefits of open source and introducing me Red Hat Academy.
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IT industry is one that continues to grow and evolve as new innovations are developed. The pinnacle of expertise, The Red Hat® Certified Architect program is continuously improving to accommodate these demands to make sure that our certified professionals exceed the standards of today’s market.
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Red Hat Certification has worked to make sure that IT professionals are certified to show they are proficient in their chosen field and to ensure employers hire the best candidates to solve problems and complete IT projects effectively and efficiently.
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Earlier this year we announced RHCA concentrations — recommended sets of Red Hat credentials that demonstrate particular areas of focus — datacenter, cloud and application administration to start. Red Hat Certification is now introducing a new Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) concentration: the RHCA Concentration in Enterprise Application Development.
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In February, Red Hat Training announced that they would now be offering RHCA concentrations to help provide both flexibility and new ways for IT professionals to expand their credentials. The RHCA is the highest level of certification that is offered by Red Hat.
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by Randy Russell (Red Hat)
A Red Hat certification provides validation of knowledge and expertise that is beneficial to both individuals and their employers. The certification program gives employers and managers ways to find and develop qualified professionals. It also helps individuals prove their skills with Red Hat’s solutions.
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