Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) 7 EX300 Study Guide

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) Study Guide

This page is a directory that links to posts I have done that cover the official objectives in the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) 7 exam. Basically if you need to know detailed information on any of the objectives below simply click the link for further information. I created these posts while studying for the RHCE EX300 exam myself, I passed it with a score of 281/300.

The official objectives for the RHCE 7 exam can be found here and are covered below.

The RHCE assumes that you are familiar with all content in the RHCSA, you can view the RHCSA exam objectives here. My RHCSA study guide covers how I studied to pass this exam with full marks.

Study Materials

Below is a list of material I used to study for the RHCE exam, I found that these books complemented each other well and provide an easy to follow explanation of the objectives.

Below you will find links to posts I have created covering different areas of the RHCE exam which will help you study for the exam.

System configuration and management

Network services

Network services are an important subset of the exam objectives. RHCE candidates should be capable of meeting the following objectives for each of the network services listed below:

Database services

Other

  • Tomas from Lisenet.com has also created some great RHCE posts.
  • CertDepot also cover different areas of the material.
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14 Comments.

  1. I’ve added a link to your blog on my page as a valuable RHCE resource.

  2. I just realised that you haven’t passed the EX300 exam yet. Have you tried it, or are you still studying?

  3. I really like your site and I’m using it for my own studies. How long did it take for you to prepare for the rhce exam?

    • Thanks, glad you’ve found the information useful! I wrote these posts over the period of almost a year and took breaks in between, however I probably spent 1-2 months studying continually prior to actually taking the exam.

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