Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) is the master level certification program with in-depth, hands-on training for Senior Linux System Administrators enabling them to design and deploy large and complex Linux based environments. RHCA courses can be pursued on a module basis.
A current RHCE is eligible to be certified as a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA), upon successfully completing 5 expertise exams of the relevant specialisation.
In addition to the regular RHCA, Red Hat offers various RHCA tracks including Cloud, DataCenter, Application Platform & Application Development aiming those who intend to be specialists in certain fields.
RHCA certification can be attained by successfully passing ANY five of the following courses
RHCSA Certification or equivalent knowledge and experience in Linux
Duration per module: 4 days (6 Hrs. /Day)
RHCA certification can be pursued on module basis i.e. each course can be taken separately and Red hat endorsement can be achieved for that particular course by taking the certification exam successfully for the same, making it convenient for senior administrators to choose their area of specialization without going through the entire course saving money and time. This compartmental system also provides the flexibility to attain RHCA in a phased manner thus reducing the risk of taking the advanced modules at one stretch.
Current RHCEs will obtain RHCA certification upon successfully passing ANY five expertise exams.
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