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Nice to meet a RedHater then! ;)

A standard subscription will cost nearly 7500$. In fact the employer have to pay for such expensive courses :eek:. I wanna go for this one> Red Hat System Administration I


One funny fact is that the price changing dramatically over different locations. If you set to Bangladesh then its only 625$ and where Linus Torvalds has born, this cost you 2700$.

RedHat certification, looks like a box of candy where each one costs millions. Its not red policy despite the name they carry out. The same rule applies here> You have to be rich to become rich.
 


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Nice to meet a RedHater then! ;)

A standard subscription will cost nearly 7500$. In fact the employer have to pay for such expensive courses :eek:. I wanna go for this one> Red Hat System Administration I


One funny fact is that the price changing dramatically over different locations. If you set to Bangladesh then its only 625$ and where Linus Torvalds has born, this cost you 2700$.

RedHat certification, looks like a box of candy where each one costs millions. Its not red policy despite the name they carry out. The same rule applies here> You have to be rich to become rich.
If you have the RHCA certification you get a 50% on the Red Hat learning Subscription. I suppose the different costs for the learning subscription is because of the costs of living being more expensive in the West than in the East. You can study on your own for the RHCSA and RHCE, it's just the exam you then would have to pay for yourself or your employer. The exams costs about $600 dollar per exam, that's still a big amount but better than having to pay for the whole training. I also mentioned something in your Linux certifed professionals topic.
 
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