Linux comes from the UNIX family of operating systems and has proven to be a tremendously stable and versatile operating system, particularly as a network server.
The Linux course equips students with skills necessary for professional IT tasks such as Systems Administration/ Engineering or Network Administration.
- Setup Agent
- Using the Graphical Desktop
- Printer Configuration and working with Documents and images
- Shell Prompt Basics
- Installing and Updating Red Hat Linux Packages
- KDE: The K Desktop Environment.
- Troubleshooting Red Hat Installation
- Creating users and groups using GUI and command line
- Remote management & NIS-related domain management
- Create, modify and use basic shell scripts
- Manage print jobs and print/mail queues
- Repair packages and scripts
The course is made up of the following content:
System Administration I
Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) is designed for IT professionals who are new to Linux and require core Red Hat Enterprise Linux skills. Focused on administration tasks that will be encountered in the workplace, this course will actively engage students in task-focused activities, lab-based knowledge checks, and facilitative discussions to ensure maximum skill transfer and retention.
In addition, GUI-based tools will be featured to build on the students existing technical knowledge, while key command line concepts will be introduced to provide a foundation for students planning to become full-time Linux system administrators.
|Introduction to the command line|
|Managing physical storage|
|Learning how to install and configure software components and services|
|Establishing network connections and firewall access|
|Monitoring and managing processes|
|Managing and securing files|
|Administrating users and groups|
|Accessing Linux file systems|
|Installing and using virtualized systems|
|Reviewing the system log files and journal|
System Administration II RHCSA
Red Hat System Administration II with RHCSA exam (RH135) is specifically designed for students who have completed Red Hat System Administration I (RH124). This version of the course includes the Red Hat Certified System Administrator Exam (EX200).
Red Hat System Administration II (RH135) focuses on the key tasks needed to become a full time Linux administrator. This course goes deeper into enterprise Linux administration including file systems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewalling, and troubleshooting.
Attending both Red Hat System Administration I and Red Hat System Administration II can help you in your preparation for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam (EX200), which is included in this version of the course.
|Automate installation with Kickstart|
|Use regular expressions with grep|
|Create and Edit text files with vim|
|Schedule future Linux tasks|
|Manage priority of Linux processes|
|Control access to files with access control lists (ACL)|
|Manage SELinux security|
|Connect to network-defined users and groups|
|Add disks, partitions, and file systems to a Linux system|
|Manage logical volume management (LVM) storage|
|Access networked attached storage with network file system (NFS)|
|Access networked storage with SMB|
|Control and troubleshoot the Red Hat Enterprise Linux boot process Limit network communication with firewall|
System Administration III
Red Hat® System Administration III (RH254), related to Red Hat Enterprise Linux,® 7, is designed for experienced Linux system administrators who hold a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA®) certification or equivalent skills and who want to broaden their ability to administer Linux systems at an enterprise level.
Given a virtualized environment, begin to administrate multiple systems using prerequisite skills.
Configure system to use Kerberos to verify credentials and grant privileges via sudo.
Automate system administration tasks using Bash scripts and text-based tools.
Use yum plug-ins to manage packages; understand the design of packages; build a simple package.
|Getting started with the classroom environment|
|Enhance user security|
|Bash scripting and tools|
|File security with GnuPG|
|Route network traffic|
|Secure network traffic|
|NTP server configuration|
|File systems and logs|
|Centralized and secure storage|
|SSL-encapsulated web services|
|Web server additional configuration|
|Basic SMTP configuration|
|Caching-only DNS server|
|File sharing with NFS|
|File sharing with CIFS|
|File sharing with FTP|