After reaching ever milestone of my life, there is a process which starts in my head. The very first thing which I think is my start and the road leading up to the milestone. I am reminded of all the people who have interacted with me right from school. Looking back, I sometimes realise I could have done a few things better, but the most important thing which I always feel gratitude for are the people who shaped into what I am. Mistakes can happen, should happen. In student life we are allowed to make mistakes, but the difference between achieving your goal and not achieving is; whether you learn from your mistakes and try to make things right. I feel privileged, to have people helping me in my journey to make things right. The enormous help I have received from MIT Redhat academy. My HOD for letting me do what I like, being equally harsh and pushing me to balance things between Redhat Academy and College work. Last, but certainly not the least my project guide and teachers who helped my in my PXE project for my Final year project which led me to one of my most important milestone Twitter HQ, San Francisco.
“What fascinated me to do Red Hat certification, was doing something that leads me towards the technologies that industry practices. MIT Red Hat Academy is the place that has benefited me to achieve this by providing all the required facilities.
The efforts taken by the academy in developing career path is highly appreciable.
I feel honored that I now contribute to the training labs and books that are used by people while doing the certifications.
Thank you MIT Red Hat Academy!”
MIT Red Hat Institute did a great job on sculpting my career. The availability of resources such as well-equipped labs with systems helped me in practicing and solving different problems which a person may go through while working on linux OS. I got a good and important knowledge and guidance through sir that had helped me clear my basics about linux which is still helping me in my career. Thank you Red Hat MIT.
It has been a truly invaluable learning experience for me at MIT Red Hat Institute. I have learnt so much from all the constructive input and guidance of all my teachers and seniors throughout each and every topic of the course. This made me cultivate a strong interest towards Linux Systems and automation which gave me a clear career path.
I’m very thankful to MIT Red hat academy.
I did Linux training along with its basic certifications RHCSA and RHCE. I have completed 6 months internship in MIT Red hat academy as a trainee instructor, during an internship the hands on lab helped me to build strong base of Linux which proves very helpful during my interviews and in my current job too.
I suggest you to go for it. It’s really make your resume tight and beneficial for you.
I had done my Red Hat System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification from MIT’s Redhat Academy. As it is an entry level Certification course in Linux, it was a great experience that one should have.
Today most of the IT Company’s Server are based on Linux which means basic knowledge of Linux is must as your skill.
I would recommend RHCSA Certification to every IT and Non-IT person to expand his/her knowledge in Linux World!
I had done my RHCSA certification in RHEL 7 from MIT RedHat Academy under the guidance of Mr.Prashant Khosre sir and Ms. D.R Deshmukh ma’am in the year 2018. I am currently working as Associate Software Engineer at Datamato Technologies Pvt. Ltd. , which is a platinum partner of IBM.
I have been working in Client Location of our company , at ICICI Bank Gachibowli Towers , Hyderabad. From the past 5 months I am working with IBM UrbanCode Deploy tool for the deployments in the bank sites on Live/DR/UAT environments which are related to the UPI transactions and DB scripts.
All the servers I am working on are Linux based and the training which I have received in MIT RedHat academy is constantly helping me to trigger the linux commands on their servers. The knowledge of linux commands is prominently helping me in the deployment and rollback processes which are conducted on the servers.
In future I will be doing some courses for DevOps tools which significantly needs Linux as a prerequisite.
Concluding , I would like to thank Mr. Khosre sir and Ms. D.R Deshmukh ma’am for encouraging me to go for this certification.
I would also like to give my sincere thanks to the MIT RedHat academy staff members for enrolling these courses for the welfare of students.