Test duration:
60
min
No. of questions:
50
Level of experience:
Mid/Senior

Red Hat Skills Test

With this iMocha Skills Test, recruiters and L&D managers can assess coding skills, aptitude, problem-solving ability, and more. It can even improve hiring efficiency by 50% and identify the exact skill gap of existing employees.

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Red Hat Skills Test

What is Red Hat?  

It is an open-source software solution that offers enterprise Linux, cloud, Kubernetes, and storage. Individuals working in this domain help improve features, reliability, and security to ensure your infrastructure performs and remains stable.  

Why use iMocha's Red Hat skills test?           

This test helps you measure the skill competency of your existing and potential employees to identify the best individual for a job. It is ideal for assessing skills like OS installation, system configurations, user management, networking, security, etc. It generates detailed reports outlining candidates' overall strengths and weaknesses to identify top performers from the pool in one glance.  

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How it works

Test Summary

This test helps you assess the following capabilities:    

  • Fluency in software development using platforms such as Git, Python, JavaScript, Node.js, HTML/CSS, and more  
  • Experience with Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) concepts  
  • Understanding automated unit testing (JUnit, TestNG, Mockito, etc.)  
  • Experience in object-oriented programming and modelling  
  • Database experience with relational and NoSQL technologies (e.g., Oracle, PostgreSQL, MongoDB)  
  • Knowledge of secure coding and parameter validation  

Moreover, all the questions of this test are designed considering EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) guidelines; it will help you assess diverse talent without bias.

Useful for hiring
  • Red Hat Linux Administrator
  • Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
  • Red Hat Solutions Architect
  • Red Hat Middleware Consultant
  • Red Hat DevOps Engineer
  • Red Hat Cloud Consultant
  • Red Hat OpenStack Administrator
  • Red Hat Storage Administrator
  • Red Hat Virtualization Engineer
  • Red Hat Security Specialist
Test Duration
60
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No. of Questions
50
Level of Expertise
Mid/Senior
Topics Covered
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You can customize this test by

Setting the difficulty level of the test

Choose easy, medium, or tricky questions from our skill libraries to assess candidates of different experience levels.

Combining multiple skills into one test

Add multiple skills in a single test to create an effective assessment and assess multiple skills together.

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Receive a tailored assessment created by our subject matter experts to ensure adequate screening.
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How is this skill test customized?
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Our Subject Matter Experts tailor the assessment to help you assess technical and non-technical skills such as Continuous Integration, object-oriented programming, modelling, problem-solving, communication, and more. Furthermore, you even get the option to customize the difficulty level of the test to assess candidates or employees better.

What are the most common interview questions related to Red Hat?
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Here is a list of some common interview questions asked are:      

  • How to verify the uptime of a Linux Server?  
  • Explain the functionality of a puppet server.  
  • Explain the difference between umask and ulimit.  
  • Explain the run levels and how to alter them.  
  • What is meant by Crontab, and explain its fields in Crontab?  
  • Elaborate about SELinux.  
  • While installing Apache, what web port is used to serve web pages?  
  • Elaborate about sgid and suid terms.  

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What are the roles and responsibilities of individuals in this domain?
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Some of the typical roles and responsibilities of individuals in this domain are:  

  • Design, build, test, deploy, and maintain enterprise-grade, open-source software solutions  
  • Develop and maintain multiple enterprise-level applications and systems for clients
  • Write, debug, and maintain high-quality code  
  • Provide technical guidance and mentorship to other developers  
  • Monitor system performance and troubleshoot issues  
  • Provide product support and troubleshooting to customers  
  • Produce technical documentation for users and other developers  
  • Ability to work in both a team and independently