Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform skills path

Validate your automation skills with Red Hat Training

Red Hat® Training and Certification offers training on Red Hat Ansible® Automation Platform for individuals just starting out with Ansible—and for experts who want to learn more advanced automation topics. Our comprehensive curriculum helps Ansible Automation Platform users improve their knowledge and develop skills to boost productivity and advance their careers.

Automation skills path for Linux administrators

Automation skills path for Windows administrators

This path is designed for Windows Server administrators who need to automate administration on Windows Server. No previous experience with Red Hat Ansible Automation or Linux is required.

Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible (DO417) - Recommended

Automation skills path for network administrators

This path is designed for network administrators, network automation engineers, and infrastructure automation engineers with networking and Linux experience.

Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) - Recommended

Preliminary exam in Red Hat System Administration I (PE124) - Recommended

Red Hat Ansible for Network Automation (DO457) - Recommended

Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Network Automation (EX457) - Recommended

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  1. IDC Business Value White Paper, sponsored by Red Hat. “The Business Value of Red Hat Training,” Doc. #US46999720, December 2020.

Business value of Red Hat training1

  • 365% return on investment (ROI) over three years
  • Savings to US$1.25 million over three years
  • Boost DevOps team productivity 44%
  • Boost IT infrastructure team productivity 34%
  • Deploy new IT resources 59% faster

Icon-Red_Hat-Media_and_documents-Quotemark_Open-B-Red-RGB With Red Hat training it doesn’t matter which engineer is engaged on a project. They are all using Ansible for automating tasks, allowing them collectively to be five times as productive. This was not possible previously. As a result, they’ve definitely picked up the pace of productivity.

—IDC study participant