Exploring RHCT certification

Wednesday, 3 September 2003, 1:33 PM EST

Once you move beyond entry-level Linux qualifications, you find that no other skills certification carries the same cachet as does RHCE from Red Hat. For years, the RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer) acronym has parlayed respect and admiration onto the person placing it after their name. It has been a symbol of competence unparalleled in the Linux realm.

Last year, Red Hat decided to introduce a lower level cousin for RHCE and announced the formation of the RHCT (Red Hat Certified Technician) certification. While certainly a lesser certification than RHCE, it is viewed with similar respect as the original Red Hat certification and is sure to grow in popularity as more systems administrators become aware of it.

In this article, I'll explore what the RHCT certification is, how it fits into the acronym stream, and some things you should know when preparing for it.

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