Quoting ollie at eillo.org:
>> Thanks for that, ill have a read.
>> I just checked out red hat certification, if i skip the intro course
> and go straight for the Sys Admin course incl. exam its gonna cost
> ?2,250. I could do just the exam for about ?325 but that would be
> chancing it.
I have an RHCE, and it was well worth the money my company spent for it :-0
Its a lot of cash for 4 days and an exam, however, the failure rate is
quite high, especially among those who just sit the exam.
> Red Hat seems to be the most recognised certification around. What
> about LPI certification, how well recognized is that? Im just in the
> process of getting a quote.
LPI is well cheaper, and more generic. Companies seems to only know
the RHCE though.
You could do some FAS courses for the LPI, then sit the RHCE exam for
350 odd quid. I plan on doing the RHCA at some stage, but its very
expensive. €15,000 altogether!
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