Be a Red Hat Certified Architect – Come, Be One in 200 in India
The last time we appeared here was in February 2015. Agreed, it’s been long.
We were nearly invisible the last quarter, however was well over things around. We would love to believe that we were missed, but several nice things kept us away. Apologies that we couldn’t update our readership, but let’s take it on from here.
Yes indeed; several good things happened. We are just going to number down, so you have an idea on how the last quarter went with ipsr solutions global!
Mr. Mishal Al Saqr who visited us in February 2015, stayed with us through March to return, earning the Red Hat Certified Architect title, to be only the second RHCA in his home country Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Mishal passed the EX413 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening, EX236 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Storage Administration, EX442 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Enterprise Performance Tuning, EX436 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Enterprise Clustering and EX401 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Systems Deployment. Congratulations Mishal! We know it was not easy, but you made it appear simple!
In March 2015, we delivered an RHCE boot camp for Mr. Anthony Williams from the United States and Mr. Kamal Mahmoud from The Netherlands. They left us happy successfully completing training requirements of the RHCE certification. Excellent Job guys.
The last quarter also witnessed the only Red Hat Certified Architect in Republic of Kenya, an IPSR association, Mr. Melvin Obiri, visit us to further up his certification ladder, by passing the EX413 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening, EX248 – Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in JBoss Administration, and also passed the RHEL7 System Administrator and Engineer exams. Congratulations Melvin. I am sure we will see again!
There were three other Kenyan nationals with us. Mr. Moffat Ngugi who stayed with us for nearly a month enthralled us with a classic finish leaving just 1 module behind to be a Red Hat Certified Architect. Passing 2 exams on the same day does not happen quite often, but this man did it twice. Amazing! We are seeing again later this year, Good Luck Moffy!
Mr. Koiyani Absolum and Miss. Grace Mbesa from Kenya, did our RHCE certification program, and the JB248 and RH318 training. A very capable Engineer and a gentleman himself, Mr. Absolum has promised us to return later this year to finish the RHCA track. You are welcome!
Apparently, pretty Miss. Grace Mbesa happens to be the first lady from African sub continent to visit us for training requirements. We are glad that we could keep you happy and safe! If there are any ladies out there who isn’t making up their minds to board a flight to India for training requirements having to stay for long, connect with Miss Grace. She will explain how safe a world this is when you are with the right people!
Over the span of three months, we delivered training for 4 batches of RH318 and JB2448, 3 batches of RH236, 2 batches of CL210 and RH413 each, in addition to the 3 open batches for RH436, RH442 and RH401 which were delivered by Red Hat Instructors.
The last quarter alone saw 6 Red Hat Certified Architects – Mr. Mishal Al Saqr, Mrs. Arya Rajendran, Mr. Charles Graciano, Mr. Shabeer U, Mr. Amith Patharkar and Mr. Aneesh P V. Way to go Guys!
Interestingly, we see there are 1045 RHCA‘s in the world, 190 RHCA‘s in India – of which 52 would thank us for helping them reach the milestone. We are only grateful and glad for your achievements. Thank you!
That was just a round up of the missing side of the blog! We will try hard not to disappoint you again. God Speed!