Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)

A Red Hat® Certified Architect (RHCA) is a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE®) who attained Red Hat's highest level of consulting by passing and keeping current five additional hands-on exams on Red Hat technologies. If you pass more than five, then you achieve a higher level of RHCA. Technovalley offers multiple ways to consulting and internship aligned with all of the Red Hat consulting program.

Program # Program Contents Exam # Exam Regular Track
  • Install and configure Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Manage users, projects, flavors, and rules
  • Configure and manage images
  • Add compute nodes
  • Manage storage using Swift and Cinder
  • Perform initial configuration of Red Hat CloudForms
  • Configure Red Hat CloudForms to connect to one or more cloud or infrastructure providers
  • Use Red Hat CloudForms to provision and manage virtual systems
  • Installing and running an instance of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
  • Configuring multiple instances
  • Configuring JBoss web connectors
  • Deploying applications
  • Configuring web properties for deployed applications
  • Configuring logging
  • Configuring access control
  • Configuring Java™ Virtual Machine (JVM) properties
  • Removing unnecessary services
  • Configuring XA and non-XA data sources
  • Configuring a database management system (DBMS) security domain
  • Configuring a cluster using Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Creating a clustered Java Message Service (JMS) queue
  • Configuring load balancing and failover
  • Implementing new container images by extending existing images
  • Manage images including pulling and pushing images from a private registry
  • Manually run and link containers in a development environment
  • The canditate should have the RHCE consulting 

The following audiences may be interested in earning an RHCA consulting :

  • Red Hat Engineers who wish to demonstrate greater depth and breadth of knowledge and skills in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and across other Red Hat