RED HAT SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION I – SA1 (RHEL8)
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•How to Properly Install RHCSA .
•Work with standard programming skills in RHCSA .
•Learn how to develop, build and deploy RHCSA
•Different RHCSA practical questions asked during real time interviews .
•The Concepts Of RHCSA Language From Basic To advance
•Become a RHCSA Certified Developer! Learn all RHCSA Developer topics
•Learn A to Z of RHCSA from Basic to ADVANCE level.
•Learn the core fundamentals of RHCSA to fast-track your development process
•Learn to build applications on the most flexible enterprise platform for Distributed applications.
•Most comprehensive Industrry curriculum
•Course delivery through industry experts
•Flexible batch timings – Weekend & weekdays.
•Classes are Accessible on Website and Mobile Apps
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Collaboration With 500+ Clients for Placements and Knowledge Sessions
•Training time : Week Day / Week End – Any Day Any Time – Students can come and study
•Very in depth course material with Real Time Scenarios for each topic with its Solutions for Online Trainings.
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For RHCSA : Red Hat Certified System Administrator Exam, there are two course modules as shown below. Red Hat System Administration II – SA1 ==> This course module will teach you the first part of the RHCSA. Red Hat System Administration II – SA2 ==> There is a separate course module for SA2, which is already live at . Course Description: Red Hat Linux Certified System Admin – SA1 based on RHEL 8 RHCSA – Certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administrator Course Outline Introduction Red Hat System Administration 1 About RHCE Certification Links to download RHEL, CentOS, VMWare Workstation or Oracle Virtual Box Create RHEL 8 Template using VMWare Workstation Installation of RHEL 8 using VMWare Workstation Installation of RHEL 8 using Oracle Virtual Box Connect from putty Accessing the Command Line Overview of Bash Shell Virtual and Physical Consoles GNOME3 Desktop Environment Practice Lab Session on Accessing Command Line Manage Files From the Command Line About Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts Identifying Linux File types Absolute and relative paths Command Line File Management Soft Link And Hard Link In Linux Pattern Matching Tilde Expansion Brace Expansion Variable Expansion Practice Lab Session Getting Help, Creating and Editing Text Files in Linux Reading Manual Pages GNU Info Input Output Redirection in Linux Channels (File Descriptors) Pipelines in Linux tee command Editing Text files from the shell prompt Insert Mode Command Mode Extended Command Mode Visual Mode User Administration Overview of User Administration Describing user and Group Concepts Primary Groups and Supplementary Groups Types of User Account Overview of Shadow file Managing users passwords Overview of Sudoers file Syntax of sudoers file Various Practice Lab Session Controlling Access to Files Overview of Linux File System Permissions Attributes of a file Managing File System Permissions from Command Line Special permissions like Setuid, Setgid & Sticky bit etc Practice Lab Session Managing Linux Processes Overview of Load Average in Linux top command Lab Session on Load Average Process Management Foreground & Background Process Various Process Stats Practice Lab Session About Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Overview of RHEL8 Features of RHEL8 Controlling Services and Daemons Introduction to Systemd, Systemd units Lab on systemctl command and journal Configuring and Securing SSH Service Introduction about OpenSSH SSH Hot Keys SSH Key Based Authentication Customizing OpenSSH Service Configuration Practice Lab Session Analyzing and Storing Logs Describing System log Architecture System Logging Logging Events to the System Collecting Information using journalctl Log file rotation Practice Lab Session Archiving & transferring files Archive a file using tar command tar operations tar compression options Transferring files between systems securely Practice Lab Session Managing Networking Describing Network Concepts TCP/IP Network Model Configuring network Lab on add a network interface Lab on modify an interface Lab on delete an interface Accessing Linux File Systems Identifying File Systems Block Devices Lab Session on File System, mount, unmount etc Locate Command Find Command Practice Lab Session Monitoring the system Overview of web console to monitor and analyze the server Cockpit tool Navigating the server using web console Lab Session Last Lecture