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Red Hat Linux Training Syllabus

Access the Command Line

  • Log in to a Linux System and Run Simple Commands Using the Shell

Manage Files from the Command Line

  • Copy, Move, Delete and Organize Files from the Bash Shell Prompt

Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Resolve Problems by Using Online Help Systems and Red Hat Support Utilities

Create, View and Edit Text Files

  • Create, View and  Edit Text Files from Command Output or in an Editor

Manage Local Linux Users and Groups

  • Manage Local Linux Users and Groups, and Administer Local Password Policies

Control Access to Files with Linux File System

  • Set Linux File System Permissions on Files and Interpret the Security Effects of Different Permission Settings

Monitor and Manage Linux Processes

  • Obtain Information About the System and Control Processes Running on it.

Control Services and Daemons

  • Control and Monitor Services and System Daemons Using System

Configure and Secure Open SSH Service

  • Access and Provide Access to the Command Line on Remote Systems Securely Using OpenSSh

Analyze and Store Logs

  • Locate and Accurately Interpret Relevant System Log Files for Troubleshooting

Manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking

  • Configure Basic IPv4 Networking on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Archive and Copy Files Between System

  • Archive Files and Copy Them From One System to Another

Install and Update Software Packages

  • Download, Install, Update and Manage Software Packages From Red Hat and yum Package Repositories

Access Linux File System

  • Access and Inspect Existing File System on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux System

Use Virtualized Systems

  • Create and Use Red Hat Enterprise Linux Machines with KVM and libvirt

Manage Physical Storage II

  • Manage File System Attributes and Swap Space

Comprehensive Review

  • Practice and Demonstrate the Knowledge and Skills Learned int the Course

Red Hat System Administration II RHEL7 (RH134) Automate Installation with Kickstart

  • Automate the Installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems with Kickstart

Use Regular Expressions with GREP

  • Write Regular Expressions that, when Partnered with GREP, will Allow you to Quickly Isolate or Locate Content within tet files

Create and Edit Text Files with VIM

  • Introduce the VIM Text Editor, with which You can Open, Edit and Save Text FIles

Schedule Future Linux Tasks

  • Schedule Tasks to Automatically Execute in the Future

Manage Priority of Linux Processes

  • Influence the Relative Priorities at which Linux Processes Run

Control Access to Files with Access Control Lists(ACL)

  • Manage File Security Using POSIX Access Control Lists

Manage SELINUX Security

  • Manage the Security Enhanced Linux(SELINUX) Behavior of a System to Keep it Secure in Case of a Network Service Compromise

Connect to Network-Defined Users and Groups

  • Configure System to use Central Identity Management Services

Add Disks, Partitions, and File System to a Linux System

  • Manage Simple Partitions and File Systems

Manage Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage

  • Manage Logical Volumes from the Command Line

Access Network Attached Storage with Network File System(NFS)

  • Access(Secure) NFS Shares

Access Network Storage with SMB

  • Use autofs and Command Line to Mount and Unmount SMB File Systems

Control and Troubleshoot the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Boot Process

  • Limit Network Communication with Firewall: Configure a Basic Firewall

Comprehensive Review

  • Practice and Demonstrate Knowledge and Skills Learned in this Course

Red Hat System Administration III RHEL7 (RH 254)

  • Advance Usage of SYSTEMCTL to Control Services and Daemons

  • Review how to Manage Services and the Boot-Up Process Using systemctl

Manage IPv6 Networking

  • Configure and Troubleshoot Basic IPv6 Netwroking on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems

Configure Link Aggregation(Teaming) and Bridging

  • Configure and Troubleshoot Advanced Interface Functionality Including Bonding, Teaming and Local Software Brigdes

Advance Firewall and SELINUX

  • Permit and Reject Access to Network Services Using Advanced SELINUX and Firewall Filtering Techniques

Manage DNS Caching Servers

  • Set and Verify Correct DNS Records for System and COnfigure Secure DNS Caching

Configure E-Mail Null Client Server

  • Relay all E-Mail Sent by the System to an SMTP Gateway for Central Delivery

Provide Block-Based Storage

  • Provide and Use Networked iSCSI  Block Devices as Remote Disks

Provide File Based Storage

  • Provide NFS Exports and SMB File Share to Specific System and Users

Configure MARIADB Database

  • Provide a MariaDB SQL Database for Use By Programs and Database Administrators

Provide Apache HTTPD Web Service

  • Configure Apache HTTPD to Provide Transport Layer Security(TLS) Enabled Websites and Virtual Hosts

Write BASH Scripts

  • Write Simple Shell Scripts Using BASH

BASH Conditionals and Control Structures

  • Use BASH Conditionals and Other Control Structures to Write More Sophisticated Shell Commands and Scriots

Configure the Shell Environment

  • Customize BASH start-up and Use Environment Variables, BASH Aliases and BASH Functions

Comprehensive Review

  • Practice and Demonstrate Knowledge and Skills Learned in Red Hat System Administration