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RHCE Red Hat System Administration I (RH124)
RHCE 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. By the end of the five-day course, students will be able to perform installation, establish network connectivity, manage physical storage, and perform basic security administration.

Course Outline

Unit 1 : Get Started with the GNOME Graphical Desktop
– Objective: Get started with GNOME and edit text files with gedit

Unit 2 : Manage Files Graphically with Nautilus
– Objective: Manage files graphically and access remote systems with Nautilus

Unit 3 : Get Help in a Graphical Environment
– Objective: Access documentation, both locally and online

Unit 4 : Configure Local Services
– Objective: Configure the date and time and configure a printer

Unit 5 : Manage Physical Storage I
– Objective: Understand basic disk concepts and manage system disks

Unit 6 : Manage Logical Volumes
– Objective: Understand logical volume concepts and manage logical volumes

Unit 7 : Monitor System Resources
– Objective: Manage CPU, memory, and disk utilization

Unit 8 : Manage System Software
– Objective: Manage system software locally and using Red Hat Network (RHN)

Unit 9 : Get Started with Bash
– Objective: Understand basic shell concepts, execute simple commands, and use basic job control techniques

Unit 10 : Get Help in a Textual Environment
– Objective: Use man and info pages and find documentation in /usr/share/doc

Unit 11 : Establish Network Connectivity
– Objective: Understand basic network concepts; configure, manage, and test network settings

Unit 12 : Administer Users and Groups
– Objective: Manage users and groups

Unit 13 : Manage Files from the Command Line
– Objective: Understand Linux file system hierarchy and pathnames; manage files from the command line

Unit 14 : Secure Linux File Access
– Objective: Understand Linux file access mechanisms; manage file access from the GUI and the command line

Unit 15 : Administer Remote Systems
– Objective: Share and connect to a desktop; use SSH and rsync

Unit 16 : Configure General Services
– Objective: Manage services; configure SSH and remote desktops

Unit 17 : Manage Physical Storage II
– Objective: Manage file system attributes and swap space

Unit 18 : Install Linux Graphically
– Objective: Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux and configure the system with first boot

Unit 19 : Manage Virtual Machines
– Objective: Understand basic virtualization concepts; install and manage virtual machines

Unit 20 : Control the Boot Process
– Objective: Understand run levels and manage GRUB

Unit 21 : Deploy File Sharing Services
– Objective: Deploy an FTP server and a web server

Unit 22 : Secure Network Services
– Objective: Manage a firewall; understand SELinux concepts and manage SELinux

Unit 23 : Comprehensive Review
-Objective: Get a hands-on review of the concepts covered in this course

RHCE Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)
It is designed for IT professionals working to become full-time enterprise Linux system administrators. The course is a follow-up to System Administration I and continues to utilize today’s best-of-breed, contemporary teaching methodology. Students will be actively engaged in task-focused activities, lab-based knowledge checks, and facilitative discussions to ensure maximum skills transfer and retention. Building on the foundation of command line skills covered in System Administration I, students will dive deeper into Red Hat Enterprise Linux to broaden their tool kits of administration skills. By the end of this five-day course, students will be able to administer and troubleshoot file systems and partitioning, logical volume management, access control, package management. Students who attend Red Hat System Administration I & II will be fully prepared to take the Red Hat Certified System Administration (RHCSA) exam. level where they can attach and configure a workstation on an existing network. This 4 day course provides intensive hands-on training on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Target Audience
IT professionals who have attended Red Hat System Administration I and want the skills to be full-time enterprise Linux administrators and/or earn RHCSA certifications

Course Outline

• Unit 1 : Automated Installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
-Objectives: Create and manage kickstart configuration files; perform installations using kickstart

• Unit 2 : Accessing the Command Line
-Objectives: Access the command line locally and remotely; gain administrative privileges from the command line

• Unit 3 : Intermediate Command Line Tools
-Objectives: Use hardlinks, archives and compression, and vim

• Unit 4 : Regular Expressions, Pipelines, and I/O Redirection
-Objectives: Use regular expressions to search patterns in files and output; redirect and pipe output

• Unit 5 : Network Configuration and Troubleshooting
-Objectives: Configure network settings; troubleshoot network issues

• Unit 6 : Managing Simple Partitions and Filesystems
• -Objectives: Create and format simple partitions, swap partitions, and encrypted partitions

• Unit 7 : Managing Flexible Storage with the Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
-Objectives: Implement LVM and LVM snapshots

• Unit 8 : Access Network File Sharing Services; NFS and CIFS
-Objectives: Implement NFS, CIFS, and autofs

• Unit 9 : Managing User Accounts
– Objectives: Manage user accounts including password aging

• Unit 10 : Network User Accounts with LDAP
– Objectives: Connect to a central LDAP directory service

• Unit 11 : Controlling Access to Files
– Objectives: Manage group memberships, file permissions, and access control lists (ACL)

• Unit 12 : Managing SELinux – Objectives: Activate and deactivate SELinux; set file contexts; manage SELinuxbooleans; analyzeSELinux logs

• Unit 13 : Installing and Managing Software
– Objectives: Manage software and query information with yum; configure client-side yum repository

• Unit 14 : Managing Installed Services
– Objectives: Managing services; verify connectivity to a service

• Unit 15 : Analyzing and Storing Logs
– Objectives: Managing logs with rsyslog and logrotate

• Unit 16 : Managing Processes
– Objectives: Identify and terminate processes, change the priority of a process, and use cron and at to schedule processes

• Unit 17 : Tuning and Maintaining the Kernel
– Objectives: List, load, and remove modules; use kernel arguments

• Unit 18 : System Recovery Techniques
– Objectives: Understand the boot process and resolve boot problems

RHCE Red Hat System Administration III (RH254)
It is designed for experienced Linux administrators who require networking and security administration skills. With a heavy emphasis on practical, hands-on labs, this course is tightly aligned with experienced Linux administrators’ job tasks and the skills required for advancement. Focus is placed on enhancing the students automation skills to securely configure, deploy and manage network services including DNS, Apache, SMTP, and network file sharing. In addition, this course emphasizes security, including monitoring, packet filtering, access controls, and SELinux. At the completion of this course, students already familiar with the RHCT/RHCSA administration skills will have exposure to all competencies tested by the RHCSA and RHCE exams.

Target Audience
IT professionals who have attended Red Hat System Administration I, II and want the skills to be full-time enterprise Linux administrators and/or earn RHCSA certifications

Course Outline

• Unit 1 : Getting Started with the Classroom Environment
– Objective: Given a virtualized environment, begin to administrate multiple systems using prerequisite skills

• Unit 2 : Enhance User Security
– Objective: Configure system to use Kerberos to verify credentials and grant privileges via sudo

• Unit 3 : Bash Scripting and Tools
– Objective: Automate system administration tasks utilizing Bash scripts and text-based tools

• Unit 4 : File Security with GnuPG
– Objective: Secure files with GnuPG

• Unit 5 : Software Management
– Objective: Use yum plugins to manage packages; understand the design of packages; build a simple package

• Unit 6 : Network Monitoring
– Objective: Profile running services, then capture and analyze network traffic

• Unit 7 : Route Network Traffic
– Objective: Configure system to route traffic and customize network parameters with sysctl

• Unit 8 : Secure Network Traffic
– Objective: Secure network traffic through SSH port forwarding and iptables filtering/network address translation (NAT)

• Unit 9 : NTP Server Configuration
– Objective: Configure an NTP server

• Unit 10 : Filesystems and Logs
– Objective: Manage local filesystem integrity; monitor systems over time and system logging

• Unit 11 : Centralized and Secure Storage
– Objective: Access centralized storage (iSCSI) and encrypt filesystems

• Unit 12 : SSL-encapsulated Web Services
– Objective: Understand SSL certificates and deploy an SSL-encapsulated web service

• Unit 13 : Web Server Additional Configuration
– Objective: Configure a web server with virtual hosts, dynamic content, and authenticated directories

• Unit 14 : Basic SMTP Configuration
– Objective: Configure an SMTP server for basic operation (null client, receiving mail, smarthost relay)

• Unit 15 : Caching-Only DNS Server
– Objective: Understand DNS resource records and configure a caching-only name server

• Unit 16 : File Sharing with NFS
– Objective: Configure file sharing between hosts with NFS

• Unit 17 : File Sharing with CIFS
– Objective: Configure file and print sharing between hosts with CIFS

• Unit 18 : File Sharing with FTP
– Objective: Configure file sharing with anonymous FTP

• Unit 19 : Troubleshooting Boot Process
– Objective: Understand the boot process and recover unbootable systems with rescue mode

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  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
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