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Busting the top 5 myths about Red Hat Certification

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We are at a turning point for how organizations run IT, and the talent and skills needed for success. Every organization knows it must become a digital leader to survive and thrive, and that digital transformation is no longer an option but a requirement. Previous IDC research found that training consistently helped IT professionals and increased both individual capability and the ultimate business value of the supported technology. This research extends that exploration into the business value of Red Hat® certification and the impact Red Hat certified IT professionals can have on IT operations and infrastructure costs.

Nevertheless, there are still several misconceptions regarding the value of certification. In this webinar, join our experts–Randy Russell, Director of Certification, and John Walter, Training Solutions Architect–as they break down the most common myths about certification, and showcase the benefits of certifying your staff.

This webinar will cover:

  • Why certified staff are more satisfied and valued
  • The findings of the recent IDC study, The Business Value of Red Hat Certification
  • Ways to certify on Red Hat technology
  • An overview of Red Hat Training and Certification options

Live event date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 11 a.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

John Walter

Solutions Architect, Training and Certification, Red Hat

John Walter is a solutions architect for the Red Hat Training and Certification team specializing in cloud and DevOps technologies. He is a Red Hat Certified Architect with a deep knowledge of Red Hat Enterprise Linux® and its layered products.

Randy Russell

Director, Certification, Red Hat

Randy Russell is the director of Certification and leads the team that develops and delivers Red Hat's certification programs and exams. A long-time proponent of performance-based testing, he has served on the board and as president and chairman of the Performance Testing Council, as well as having presented on this subject and others at industry conferences such as the Association of Test Publishers, the European Association of Test Publishers, CeDMA, and TSIA.