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To meet the growing need for skilled Linux professionals in India, Red Hat has tied up with VIBRANT ETECHNOLOGIES LIMITED as its authorized training and testing partner.

Shankar Iyer, head, learning services, Red Hat India, said, "Today we see HR managers demanding credentials from recruits. Red Hat Certified Engineer is the undisputed market leader when it comes to proving Linux credentials to any organization. Our vision is to  train 50,000 students and ensuring 5,000 certified professionals for the industry this year. Today, Red Hat learning services is available through more than 60 training partners spread across 300 locations in India."

"People are being drawn to Linux primarily because of its rapid rate of evolution. Learning Linux has crossed the chasm from being an added advantage to an inherent necessity for anyone looking to survive in the fast changing technology market," Iyer added.

Chetan Desai, CEO, Vibrant said "This is an important addition into our current offering of high technology training to professionals and corporate. Vibrant has a niche in imparting Microsoft and Cisco training. Red Hat Training and Testing facilities at our prominently located Andheri, Mumbai center will ensure quality training and testing facilities to our local as well as international students. We are pleased to offer 10% discount on RHCE and RHCT courses as a Launch Offer."

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) are highly valued among professionals as they are an actual measure of performance tested through live implementation, the company said. Its diverse course offerings range from basic Linux administration skills such as system administration and networking to specific areas of expertise, such as kernel internals, clustering and security. All courses are designed to create a basis for further development and real-world practice.