An RHCT has proven technician-level competencies required to install, attach, configure, and manage new Red Hat systems on an existing production network. RHCTs are capable of performing the core system administration common to all systems, regardless of whether they are workstations, servers, network devices, or some other kind of system. An RHCE has also proven these RHCT competencies, and has demonstrated that he or she can configure networking services and security on servers running a Red Hat OS.
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For your convenience you will be issued an electronic certificate which will be attached to your notification email.
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FAQ Related to RHCE Exam
Is the RHCE Lab Exam open book?
No. It is closed book, with no notes or reference materials permitted other than those distributed with the Red Hat OS on which the exam is taken. Most standardized exams, including most IT certification exams, are closed-book.
I have heard the RHCE Exam described as "performance-based". What is meant by "performance-based" certification or "performance-based" testing?
The RHCE exams are performance-based in two very specific and important senses. First, the actual performance of candidates is tested by requiring them to successfully complete installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance tasks similar to those they must complete on the job as system administrators. Second, Red Hat determine their performance on these tasks by whether their systems perform as specified in an objective and verifiable manner.