Sunday, 3 August 2014

IT Certification in the New Year

It's not unusual, with the start of a new year, to the evaluate where you're at in your career and determine what you need to do to reach que next milestone. For IT professionals that means earning an IT certification many. And there's good news for IT professionals Pursuing Red Hat certifications. 
According to Computerworld's 18 hot IT certifications for 2014 slideshow "top pay for IT certifications has Increased for two consecutive quarters and is up 1.5 percent; Increase the largest quarterly since 2006. "So if you're looking for a Pay Increase, an IT certification is a good place to start. But where do you go from there? 
The certifications highlighted in the slideshow reflect demonstrable architectural, engineering, and database security skillsets. Interestingly, the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) is included to one of the 18 hot certifications. It Encompasses just about all of these skills, and it can make you more useful as you build an open hybrid cloud with OpenStack. 
The Red Hat is RHCA's highest level of certification. The Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification is a prerequisite, along with several Certificates of Expertise: 
Deployment and Systems Management 
Directory Services and Authentication or Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator 
Clustering and Storage Management 
Security: Network Services or Server Hardening 
performance Tuning 
The RHCA is a commendable certificate worthy of Pursuing. But I'm not the only one who thinks so. According to Foote Partners, this certification has grown 25% in the last three months and is expected to trend upward in the next 3 to 6 months. 
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