Putting hands on RHEL, to be familiar, get certification and to apply for any Linux roles around.
openit last edited by
I got little hands-on experience on CentOS and Ubuntu, but what I realized is RedHat is the market around me and people expecting RHEL line certification when it comes to full-time Linux or partial Linux job roles.
I know CentOS is the same as RHEL, but thinking to use free servers (16) from RHEL under Developer Plan, run some servers in-house, get familiar with RHEL (if not functionality, let it be an interface, license registration, and any other new things).
So in this process, I am planning to setup Snipe-IT here. Well, the commands must be the same, just name of OS and I can say I'm managing RedHat Linux in my profile
Any advice in general?
gotwf last edited by
@openit Just say CentOS/RHEL in your profile. Then you're not lying - if a face to face interviewer ever pins you down on it you can honestly say that you favor CentOS over paying RH their pound of flesh.
DustinB3403 last edited by
Well CENTOS as an OS or product is dead. So deploying it for any reason makes little sense.
You can get 16 RH vms for free now (placatory) from RHEL now because of CENTOS being killed off.