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Sybase offers Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 certification

By   |  May 11, 2005

Sybase SA, a Red Hat Linux certified training partner, last week announced it is offering certification courses for the recently released Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 4. IT professionals can now enrol in either of the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) Linux certification programmes on offer by Sybase.

\”Linux\’s impact in the server field is generating massive demand for certified Linux professionals and already this is reflected in the growing interest in Linux training and certification,\” said Arnél Taute, Sybase SA\’s training manager.

\”The primary goal of RHCE and RHCT certifications is to provide proof of a professional\’s capability to work with the vendor tools that the professional is qualified in,\” said Taute.

According to Taute, the main benefits of training and certification include the ability to keep pace with the ever-changing nature of technology, being able to prove that you have the knowledge and skill to support the technology and being part of a community directly supported by manufacturers.

\”Hands-on experience is very important before taking the Red Hat certification exams, as the exams are lab-based and tests real-world knowledge,\” she said.

Taute suggests that prospective trainees that are not sure which of the certification programmes to enrol for complete Sybase\’s pre-assessment questionnaire. \”This questionnaire will assess which course is most applicable to your requirements and existing knowledge,\” said Taute.

The Red Hat Linux certification courses, exams and pre-assessment questionnaires are available through the Sybase Johannesburg Training Centre


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