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Hi all, its good to find a forum of this nature. i have a question for you all. which certification is the best for any red hat certified wanna be? I have already dont the Comptia Linux+ and now want to advance
The RHCE would be the best to have when you focus on RedHat as you did in your Q. Prior to that you can get an RHCT.
However, from what I can tell there still isn't a lot of "requirement" for certification in Linux. Most employers are more interested in your experience than your certification. Certification might help if you were competing for a job with someone with seemingly equal experience or for entry level positions.
that i have realised because as it is i am employed but more for my experience than my certification. now is the time I have as as systems admin to actually now embark on upgrading my skills and getting certified. i have been in the IT industry now 8 years with more than 4 years of linux experience.