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By george1.jones ·
Could you tell me if Linux Red Hat a hot
certification to have for the near future?

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by rapidad In reply to Linux Red Hat

Pretty much you will find the future of linux rests with IBM. And right now they are offering free courses, you may want to check them out.

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by rapidad In reply to Linux Red Hat

? DB2 for Linux
? DB2 for UNIX
? Linux Clustering
? Linux e-business & Networking
? Linux for zSeries and S/390
? Linux for iSeries
? Linux Introduction
? Linux Programming
? Linux System Administration
? LPI Certification
? Perl and Open Source
? Red Hat? Linux Certification
? UNIX
http://www-3.ibm.com/services/learning/spotlight/linux/

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by george1.jones In reply to Linux Red Hat

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by amoeba In reply to Linux Red Hat

It would depend on two things: 1)What you want to do and 2)What a company is looking for. If you or the company want to concentrate soley on Redhat, then one of the Redhat Certs. should be obtained. If you or a company want someone who can move fromRedhat to SuSE to Mandrake to Debian to <name of Distro here>, then a more generic Certification would be needed. SAIR has one of the best general certifications out there and it is one of the hardest to pass. The long and the short of it is, what do you want to do? If you already have a job in mind and they know what they want in an individual and it coinsides with your goals, then get the certification they want. Hope this helps.

Ray
P.S. I plan on getting Redhat certified and SAIR certified.

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