Climbing the Pyramid

Climbing the Pyramid

Just a few weeks ago, Linux Professional Institute announced a complete update to its Level 3 exams, the second since its founding. As with our other certifications, the LPIC-3 program is constantly reviewed to ensure that what we evaluate is what employers want. 

This time it means retiring exam 304 "Virtualization and High Availability" and replacing it with two new specializations: exams 305 "Virtualization and Containerization" and 306 "Storage Clusters and High Availability".

As always, you must pass only one of these exams to achieve LPI Level 3 certification, provided you have already completed LPIC-1 and LPIC-2 as prerequisites. If you want to know more technical details about the certification programs , contact us .

The work done by Fabian Thorns (Director of Product Development) and his team to keep the LPIC-3 program up to date and relevant is a source of pride within LPI . It is the only vendor-neutral open source program that performs this type of high-level specialization, capping all four levels of our Linux-focused certificates and certifications.

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