LINUX ADMINISTRATION

Red Hat, the world’s leading open source and Linux provider, offers operation system software along with middleware, applications and management solutions. Today Red Hat technology drives some of the world’s largest enterprise where infrastructure stability means business survival.

Red Hat certification is a valuable, industry recognized credential that signifies a proven level of knowledge and skills in Linux. Earning your Red Hat Certification puts you one step closer to gaining access to the industry’s most challenging opportunities


RH033 Linux Essentials (40 hrs.)

– Linux basics – logging into the system, changing users

– Understanding the Linux file system

– Running commands and getting help browsing the file system

– Open, edit and save text documents using the VIM text editor

– Text processing tools – grep, cut, sed, sot, diff and patch

– Perform common tasks using the graphical GNOME GUI

– Reading and setting permissions on files and directories

– Graphical configuration tools to manage networking and printing

– Finding files and directories using text and graphical utilities

– Network clients using web browser, email, chat

– Regular expressions pattern matching and I/O redirection

– Customize your X windows system

– Installing Red Hat enterprise linux

– Install remove packages using yum, pup and pirut

– Display web pages using web server


RH133 Linux System Administration (32 hrs.)

– Control common system hardware

– Create and maintain the Linux file system

– Confiture an NFS clients ith autofs

– Understand system boot sequence

– Understand the linux kernel and set kernel parameters

– Configure network on IPV4 and IPV6

– Configure a workstation as a client to NIS, DNS and DHCP services

– Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux interactively and with kickstart

– Install, Remove, Query new packages using rpm and yum

– Automate task with at, cron and anacorn

– Backup file system to tape and tar archieves

– Advance user and group administration with SUID/SGID and sticky bit

– Configure basic host security with access control list and SELinux

– Manage and configure GNOME desktop environment

– Perform basic performance, memory and process management

– Configure RAID ad LVM advance file system

– Use XEN visualization to create and manage guest OS

– Perform basic troubleshooting


RH253 Linux Networking & Security Adminstration (32 hrs.)

– System performance and introduction to security

– Benefits of system monitoring

– Secure system with SELinux and tcpwrappers

– Password and Kernal security

– IPV6 Routing, Dynamic and Static interface configuration

– Configure firewall with iptables

– Deploying DNS and DHCP server

– Configure and manage FTP, NFS and Samba server

– Implementing Apache web server

– Content filtering through squid proxy server

– Configure and manage mail server with send MAIL and POSTFIX

– Security system with physical, network and local security

– Secure data with symmetric and asymmetric encryption

– Account management with pluggable

– Authentication Modules




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