Part VIII. Red Hat Training And Certification

Part VIII. Red Hat Training And Certification

Red Hat courses and certifications are indisputably regarded as the best in Linux, and perhaps in all of IT. Taught entirely by experienced Red Hat experts, our certification programs measure competency on actual live systems and are in great demand by employers and IT professionals alike.

Choosing the right certification depends on your background and goals. Whether you have advanced, minimal, or no UNIX or Linux experience whatsoever, Red Hat Training has a training and certification path that is right for you.

Table of Contents

48. Red Hat Training and Certification
48.1. Three Ways to Train
48.2. Microsoft Certified Professional Resource Center
49. Certification Tracks
49.1. Free Pre-assessment tests
50. RH033: Red Hat Linux Essentials
50.1. Course Description
50.1.1. Prerequisites
50.1.2. Goal
50.1.3. Audience
50.1.4. Course Objectives
50.1.5. Follow-on Courses
51. RH035: Red Hat Linux Essentials for Windows Professionals
51.1. Course Description
51.1.1. Prerequisites
51.1.2. Goal
51.1.3. Audience
51.1.4. Course Objectives
51.1.5. Follow-on Courses
52. RH133: Red Hat Linux System Administration and Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) Certification
52.1. Course Description
52.1.1. Prerequisites
52.1.2. Goal
52.1.3. Audience
52.1.4. Course Objectives
52.1.5. Follow-on Courses
53. RH202 RHCT EXAM - The fastest growing credential in all of Linux.
53.1. Course Description
53.1.1. Prerequisites
54. RH253 Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration
54.1. Course Description
54.1.1. Prerequisites
54.1.2. Goal
54.1.3. Audience
54.1.4. Course Objectives
54.1.5. Follow-on Courses
55. RH300: RHCE Rapid track course (and RHCE exam)
55.1. Course Description
55.1.1. Prerequisites
55.1.2. Goal
55.1.3. Audience
55.1.4. Course Objectives
55.1.5. Follow-on Courses
56.1. Course Description
56.1.1. Prerequisites
56.1.2. Content
57. RHS333: RED HAT enterprise security: network services
57.1. Course Description
57.1.1. Prerequisites
57.1.2. Goal
57.1.3. Audience
57.1.4. Course Objectives
57.1.5. Follow-on Courses
58. RH401: Red Hat Enterprise Deployment and systems management
58.1. Course Description
58.1.1. Prerequisites
58.1.2. Goal
58.1.3. Audience
58.1.4. Course Objectives
58.1.5. Follow-on Courses
59. RH423: Red Hat Enterprise Directory services and authentication
59.1. Course Description
59.1.1. Prerequisites
59.1.2. Goal
59.1.3. Audience
59.1.4. Course Objectives
59.1.5. Follow-on Courses
60. SE Linux Courses
60.1. RHS427: Introduction to SELinux and Red Hat Targeted Policy
60.1.1. Audience
60.1.2. Course Summary
60.2. RHS429: Red Hat Enterprise SE Linux Policy Administration
61. RH436: Red Hat Enterprise storage management
61.1. Course Description
61.1.1. Prerequisites
61.1.2. Goal
61.1.3. Audience
61.1.4. Course Objectives
61.1.5. Follow-on Courses
62. RH442: Red Hat Enterprise system monitoring and performance tuning
62.1. Course Description
62.1.1. Prerequisites
62.1.2. Goal
62.1.3. Audience
62.1.4. Course Objectives
62.1.5. Follow-on Courses
63. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Courses
63.1. RHD143: Red Hat Linux Programming Essentials
63.2. RHD221 Red Hat Linux Device Drivers
63.3. RHD236 Red Hat Linux Kernel Internals
63.4. RHD256 Red Hat Linux Application Development and Porting
64. JBoss Courses
64.1. RHD161 JBoss and EJB3 for Java
64.1.1. Prerequisites
64.2. RHD163 JBoss for Web Developers
64.2.1. Prerequisites
64.3.1. Prerequisites
64.3.2. Course Summary
64.4.1. Prerequisites
64.5. RHD261:JBOSS for advanced J2EE developers
64.5.1. Prerequisites
64.6. RH336: JBOSS for Administrators
64.6.1. Prerequisites
64.6.2. Course Summary
64.7. RHD439: JBoss Clustering
64.7.1. Prerequisites
64.8. RHD449: JBoss jBPM
64.8.1. Description
64.8.2. Prerequisites
64.9. RHD451 JBoss Rules
64.9.1. Prerequisites

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