The Linux Fever: Linux Becomes Most Popular IT Field of 2015
The demand for Linux professionals is on the rise again! An overwhelming majority of IT hiring managers plan to hire Linux professionals in 2015, with sufficient plans to increase the salaries of their current Linux-focused employees, according to this TechRepublic article and other reputable industry sources.
Many hiring managers also admit that Linux openings are hard to fill, which boosts the prestige of these openings even more. So what’ up with this Linux fever, and should you consider Linux as your IT career focus for the near future?
The brief response to this question is YES, you absolutely should. The demand and popularity of Linux is now on the rise, mainly because of the rise in open cloud platforms, Linux-based technologies, and the innovative products they have powered. From tech startups to established companies, everyone needs to hire great Linux talent. Most openings target individuals with experience or knowledge of the open source OpenStack and CloudStack platforms – this is something to keep in mind. Most hiring managers and IT industry insiders expect this trend to continue for the next few years. With the growing challenges when it comes to cloud and infrastructure security, candidates with cloud security skills and abilities to build innovative security solutions are up for a promising career!
If you’re contemplating your Linux certification path, you should consider looking into RedHat certifications, Cloudera and Linux Professional Institute credentials.
If you’re looking at PLI certification program, you might be delighted to know that ExamColleciton has just added the newest LPI exam, 102-400, to its Premium VCE selection.
In case you haven’t heard, Linux Professional Institute has just revamped its certification program. Among other changes, the exam formerly known as 117-102 and 102-350 (old), are now replaced with the new exam 102-400. That’s right: to become a Certified Linux Server Professional (LPIC-1), you now have to take this new exam: 102-400.
Like it usually happens with newly released exams, there is very little information about them available, and even fewer preparation materials. Yet, you can find the latest Premium VCE file for the 102-400 exam here.
Linux Professional Institute Exam 102-400 covers the following topics
No matter which set of Linux credentials you opt for, it’s your knowledge that matters. With Linux being such a hot topic these days, you stand great chances of getting your first Linux job with any (if any) Linux professional certification. The key is to act NOW!
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