Linux the most sort certification and a sustainable business platform
Why do industries prefer open sources?
The worst sort of business in IT is one that grows rapidly, requires significant capital to engender the growth, one that restrict the freedom of developers and the one that brings less returns, think proprietary software which is captivated in the boundaries of licensing and closed code domain whereas open source is that one which liberates coders from the proprietary boxes to freedom to access the source code and debugging tools for bug fixing and enhancing the quality of software produced by bringing actual changes to the source code.
What will it make IT industry a meaningful and sustainable business?
In the recent past most of the IT Company were in a strained position of bleeding revenue and few are teetering on the edge of survival. It isn’t an easy business to be in for an industry with an inability to generate decent returns to the stakeholders. This has resulted in a huge shift from traditional paradigm of proprietary software. The technical prowess, security and an obvious cost factor paves way to a huge majority of Enterprises trust Linux to be more secure than all the other operating systems. This has led to a steady growth for Enterprise Linux which continues to increase every year, at the expense of other Operating systems. The Linux Foundation reports that more than 87% of organizations, added Linux servers in 2014 and 82% prepare to add more next year.
Which Linux certification is hottest in the industry?
Despite of many flavors in Linux and a large number of Linux certifications, RHCE is viewed as the Crown Jewel of Linux certifications. It is an observed fact that most of the big players in Linux prefer aspirants with RHCE and certificate of expertise from RedHat. Moreover the certifications from redhat is rated as No. 1 in terms of validity as the RHCE exam scheme is designed to be practical, performance based, and requires the candidates to solve practical issues in an enterprise environment. IDC states that certifications that represent a rigorous and meaningful proof of skills and competencies are tremendously valuable to near-term organizational success. This is the wow element of Redhat exams and that puts RHCE in top of the table.