Red Hat recertification policies.

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With the official release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 happening yesterday, some certification rules are automatically triggered:

  • All RHCTs/RHCSAs/RHCEs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 will be expired in 60 days, candidates need to pass both the RHCSA exam (EX200) and the RHCE exam (EX300) to get the RHCE certification again,
  • All RHCSAs/RHCEs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 exceeding the 3 year period are expired (the RHCE exam date is the reference if both exams were passed, the date of the certificate of expertise in case one was passed),
  • All RHCEs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 or later not exceeding the 3 year period need only to pass the EX300 RHCE to get recertified (no need to pass the RHCSA again).

Source: Red Hat website.

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Very interesting. We should wait for updated exam objectives but I think it’s nice to take only 1 exam and keep my certification current.

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