This Red Hat 8 System Administration course is aimed at users and administrators who need to manage Enterprise Linux systems, not just Red Hat but also any of the rebuild projects like CentOS and Scientific Linux. It will help existing administrators new to Red Hat 8 or CentOS 8 become skilled in the core tasks involved in managing Enterprise Linux solutions in double quick time.
Previous experience with a UNIX or Linux system is required although specific Red Hat experience is not required.
Delegates will benefit from having attending our UNIX & Linux Essentials course.
5 days. Includes lecture content and practical exercises.
Of all the various Linux systems available, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has become the corporate Linux standard.
The course is the equivalent of our Red Hat Admin part 1 and Part 2 courses delivered in half the time. As the title suggests, it is fast paced and will teach students the basic and intermediate Enterprise Linux administration techniques, including; command line access, process control and user and group management, task automation, access control and advanced filesystem configuration.
Subjects from RHSA Part 1
What is Red Hat Enterprise Linux?
Accessing the Command Line
Managing Linux Files
Getting Help In Linux
Managing Text Files
Managing Local Users and Groups
Managing Linux File Permissions
Monitoring and Managing Processes
Working with the SSH Client
Networking Within Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Managing Software in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Subjects from RHSA Part 2
Expedite the Command Line
Schedule future Linux tasks
Tuning Server Performance
Control access to files with access control lists (ACL)
Manage SELinux security
Add disks, partitions, and file systems to a Linux system
Manage logical volume management (LVM) storage
Using Advanced Storage
Access networked attached storage with network file system (NFS)
Control and troubleshoot the Red Hat Enterprise Linux boot process
Limit network communication with FirewallD
Firewalls with nftables