question about RHCE and next RHEL 6
Thanks for your answer,
I think I´ll try to get the RCHE certification,
2010/10/4 aditya hilman <email@example.com>
> On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 4:37 PM, ESGLinux <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I´m thinking about getting RHCE certification and I have the doubt about
> > certification when the next RHEL 6 will be out.
> > if I take the certification now with RHEL 5.5, what happens with RHEL 6?
> > the certification valid or I´ll need to take another exam to update the
> > certification?
> > Thanks in advance
> > ESG
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> if you take exam and get RHCE in RHEL 5, your certification still
> valid in RHEL 6.
> and you'll need take exam to update the certification when RHEL 7 release.
> >From redhat FAQ :
> 17. For how long will my RHCE certification be considered current?
> The validity period for all RHCEs and RHCTs is pegged to the release
> of the Enterprise product commercially available at the time
> certification was earned. RHCE and RHCT certifications are considered
> current until Red Hat retires exams of the release following the
> version on which your certification was earned. For example,
> certificates earned on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 will be current
> until August 31, 2007, the final date on which Red Hat Enterprise
> Linux 4 exams will be offered. Note that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
> was released in March, months before the final retirement of the
> version 4 exams.
> To provide further clarification for earlier versions, Red Hat
> Enterprise Linux 4 will remain current until Red Hat Enterprise Linux
> 5-based exams are retired, several months after the release of Red Hat
> Enterprise Linux 6. Certifications earned on Red Hat Linux 8.0 and Red
> Hat Linux 9 are pegged to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, and hence are no
> longer current.
> While evidence suggests that RHCEs who stay professionally active can
> evolve their skills in pace with new releases of Red Hat Enterprise
> Linux technology, it is important for Red Hat to maintain a policy for
> determining whether an RHCE or RHCT certificate can be considered
> current. Thus, verification at Certification Central has always
> included the version a certificate was earned on, and whether the
> certificate is considered current or no longer current.
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