Red Hat Linux Administration I (RHEL 8)

Dates Timing Location Format Registration Fees
6 - 10 December 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Dubai Knowledge Park Classroom Training 1,200 USD

Course Description

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Red Hat Linux Administration I (RHEL 8) course is designed for IT professionals with little or no prior experience in Red Hat Linux administration.  This course will provide you the essential skills required to successfully administer RHEL 8, including physical or virtual RHEL 8 installation, preforming Linux administration with the command line,  managing users, groups and processes, configuring the network, managing physical and logical storage, securing and troubleshooting your server, managing and running Linux containers.  The participants will be able to apply all these skills through practical labs and real-world case studies.

This course will be covering Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2.

Module 1: Linux Administration Fundamentals
Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8)
Accessing Local and On-line Documentation
Using Linux Command Line
Accessing File Management Tools
Editing Text Files with Vim
Connecting to a Linux Server
Managing Users and Groups
Understanding File Permissions
Configuring Networking

Module 2: Managing RHEL 8 in Production
Managing Processes
Managing Software
Working with Linux Kernel (Systemd)
Scheduling Tasks
Analyzing Linux Log Files
Managing Physical and Logical Storage

Module 3: Advanced System Administration Tasks
Basic Kernel Management
Managing the Boot Procedure
Troubleshooting RHEL 8 Server
Automating Tasks with Bash Shell Scripting

Module 4: Managing Network Services
Administering Remote Systems with SSH
Deploying File Sharing Services (HTTP, FTP)
Securing Network Services (Firewall Protection, SE Linux Security)
Automating Linux Installations
Configuring Time Services
Accessing Remote File Systems

Windows system administrators, network administrators, IT professionals, Data Scientists and Big Data Engineers.

There are no formal prerequisites for this course; however, basic experience in the administration of other operating systems will be helpful.

The participants who have successfully completed this course are encouraged to take our Advanced Red Hat Linux Administration training.