Details of Red Hat Linux

The Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) exams are performance-based evaluations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration skills and knowledge. Candidates perform a number of routine system administration tasks and are evaluated on whether they have met specific objective criteria. Performance-based testing means that candidates must perform tasks similar to what they must perform on the job.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the leading open source platform for modern data centers, providing a stable, flexible basis for business change. Red Hat's broad portfolio of open source solutions are used in some of the world's most demanding data centers in industries including aviation, telecommunications, commercial banking, healthcare, and federal government. More than 90% of Fortune Global 500 companies are actually using Red Hat products and solutions.
Red Hat incorporates this experience of real-world production into training, certification and consulting services. Professionals are confident that Red Hat Training and Certification will improve and demonstrate their skills not only in Linux, but also in emerging technologies such as OpenStack, containers, and more.
The robust Linux curriculum of Red Hat is the basis for the development of Red Hat-related skills. This curriculum prepares you to adopt Linux by focusing on the key skills and tasks required to become a full-time Linux administrator and then extending to enterprise-wide administration of the Linux system.


Red Hat Linux Highlights

Course Duration

3 Months

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Online

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COURSE CURRICULUM

RHCE PAPER ONE

RH033 Red Hat Linux Essentials
A Tour of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Note: Technical content subject to change without notice. Significant changes in course content will generally be available in posted outlines at least two months prior to being implemented in scheduled courses, to allow enrolled students adequate prep time. Reload this page regularly to insure up-to-date information.
Unit 1 - Linux Ideas and History
alt_text An Introduction to Linux and Open Source: what are the central ideas behind the Linux phenomenon and where do they come from?
Unit 2 - Linux Usage Basics
alt_text Logging into the system, changing users and editing text files
Unit 3 - Running Commands and Getting Help
alt_text How to use built-in and online documentation to enhance your experience
Unit 4 - Browsing the Filesystem
alt_text Understanding the locations of important directories on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system and navigating them from the command line and using the graphical Nautilus browser
Unit 5 - Users, Groups and Permissions
alt_text Reading and setting permissions on files and directories
Unit 6 - Using the bash Shell
alt_text Basic tips and tricks to make Red Hat Enterprise Linux's default shell work for you. Topics include tab completion, history and an introduction to shell scripting.
Unit 7 - Standard I/O and Pipes
alt_text The ins-and-outs of redirecting output between programs and files
Unit 8 - Text Processing Tools
alt_text An introduction to some of the most useful text-processing utilities in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, including grep, cut, sed, sort, diff and patch
Unit 9 - vim: An Advanced Text Editor
alt_text How to get the most out of the powerful and flexible vim text editor
Unit 10 - Investigating and Managing Processes
alt_text Listing, terminating and scheduling program executions on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system
Unit 11 - Basic System Configuration Tools
alt_text Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux's graphical and text-based configuration tools to manage networking, printing and date/time settings
Unit 12 - Finding and Processing Files
alt_text In-depth coverage of using the find command and related utilities to locate and act upon files based on arbitrary criteria
Unit 13 - Network Clients
alt_text An overview of network tools available in Red Hat Enterprise linux, from web browsers to email clients and diagnostic utilities.
Unit 14 - Advanced Topics in Users, Groups and Permissions
alt_text A deeper discussion of how user and group identities are stored on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system, as well as the introduction of advanced filesystem permissions like SetUID and SetGID.
Unit 15 - The Linux Filesystem In-Depth
alt_text The nuts-and-bolts of how Red Hat Enterprise Linux deals with filesystems. Topics include partitions, inodes, linking and archiving tools.
Unit 16 - Essential System Administration Tools
alt_text An introduction to fundamental system administration topics such as installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux, managing software packages, and enhancing security with SELinux and the netfilter firewall
Unit 17 - So... What Now?
alt_text Exposure to further options for training and involvement in the larger open-source community

RHCE PAPER TWO

RH133 Red Hat Linux System Administration and RHCT Exam
It is highly recommended that all prospective RHCT participants review the exam study guide in preparation for the course and exam.
Note: Technical content subject to change without notice. Significant changes in course content will generally be available in posted outlines at least two months prior to being implemented in scheduled courses, to allow enrolled students adequate prep time. Reload this page regularly to insure up-to-date information
Unit 1 - Administrative Access
alt_text Configure and access various consoles directly, remotely with ssh, and with virt-manager
alt_text Configure privilege escalation with sudo.
Unit 2 - Package Management
alt_text Manage software on system using yum, Red Hat Network, and rpm
Unit 3 - System Services and Security
alt_text Configure and manage system logging, time synchronization, printers, and task automation.
alt_text Troubleshoot SELinux
Unit 4 - System Initialization
alt_text Define boot process, recover system, and manage service startup
Unit 5 - Kernel Monitoring and Configuration
alt_text Explore kernel modules and variants, tune kernel parameters, manage devices, and monitor processes and resources.
Unit 6 - Network Configuration
alt_text Configure dynamic and static network settings for IPv4 and filter packets
Unit 7 - Filesystem Administration
alt_text Unit 7 - Filesystem Administration
Unit 8 - Additional Storage
alt_text Expand storage by adding new filesystems and swap space
Unit 9 - User Administration
alt_text Create, modify and delete users, groups, and policy
alt_text Protect users and groups with quotas
Unit 10 - Filesystems for Group Collaboration
alt_text Establish collaborative group directories
alt_text Protect users and groups with ACLs
Unit 11 - Centralized User Administration
alt_text Revisit user administration by connecting to network directory services like NIS and LDAP
Unit 12 - Software RAID
alt_text Manage filesystems using Software RAID and recover an array
Unit 13 - Logical Volume Management
alt_text Manage filesystems using Logical Volume Management
alt_text Resize filesystems and protect them with LVM Snapshots
Unit 14 - Virtualization and Automated Installation
alt_text Perform automated installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
alt_text Create para-virtualized user domains in Xen
Unit 15 - Troubleshooting with Rescue Mode
alt_text Explore troubleshooting methodologies
alt_text Utilize the rescue environment of anaconda




RHCE PAPER THREE

RH253 Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration
The following is an outline of the skills and knowledge represented in the training elements of the RH253 Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration Course.
Note: Technical content subject to change without notice. Significant changes in course content will generally be available in posted outlines at least two months prior to being implemented in scheduled courses, to allow enrolled students adequate prep time. Reload this page regularly to insure up-to-date information.
Unit 1: System Performance and Security
alt_text Identify how concepts and well formed policy map to configuration and accountability in networking and security administration.
Unit 2: System Service Access Controls
alt_text Implement secure access to system and network services using host-based access, SELinux, and system services management
Unit 3: Securing Data
alt_text Secure data using fundamental encryption protocols, Public Key Infrastructure, and Digital Certificates. Configure and utilize encrypted remote system administration tools
Unit 4: Network Resource Access Controls
alt_text Secure access to systems and services using the NetFilter kernel-level firewall
Unit 5: Organizing Networked Systems
alt_text Understand and implement organized networked systems using the DNS and DHCP services.
Unit 6: Network File Sharing Services
alt_text Configure, control and secure access to FTP, NFS, and SMB/CIFS (Samba).
Unit 7: Web Services
alt_text Configure, implement and secure access to the Apache Web Server and Squid Proxy Cache.
Unit 8: Electronic Mail Services
alt_text Configure, implement and secure access to the Sendmail and Postfix SMTP servers.
Unit 9: Account Management
alt_text Understand account management using Name Switch Service and Pluggable Authentication Modules