RHCSA Training in Pakistan

Offering description

Learn and validate essential Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 configuration, administration, and maintenance tasks and methods in a condensed format

The RHCSA Rapid Track course with exam (RH200) combines Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) and Red Hat System Administration II (RH134), reviewing the tasks at an accelerated pace. The Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam (EX200) is also included in this offering.

This offering is based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8.2 and is designed for experienced Linux system administrators.

Offering content summary

  • Package management with new repository structure and appstream modules
  • Create storage devices, volumes, and file systems, including Stratis storage management
  • Configure network services and security
  • Manage processes, scheduling, and tuning
  • Manage users, groups, and authentication
  • Perform server management with the Cockpit web management utility
  • Troubleshoot and obtain support
  • Run containers

Audience for this offering

This offering is geared toward Windows system administrators, network administrators, and other system administrators who are interested in supplementing current skills or backstopping other team members, in addition to Linux system administrators who are responsible for these tasks:

  • Configuring, installing, upgrading, and maintaining Linux systems using established standards and procedures
  • Providing operational support
  • Managing systems for monitoring system performance and availability
  • Writing and deploying scripts for task automation and system administration

Prerequisites for this offering

  • You will be expected to already understand fundamental Linux computing concepts and be ready to practice the Red Hat Enterprise Linux methods for performing system administration tasks. Significant field experience working with Linux as a system administrator is recommended.
  • If you do not have experience with fundamental Linux computer concepts, we advise you to start with the Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) course instead.

Outline for this offering

Access systems and get help

Log in to local and remote Linux systems, and investigate problem resolution methods provided through Red Hat Insights and support.

Navigate file systemsCopy, move, create, delete, and organize files while working from the bash shell.

Manage local users and groupsCreate, manage, and delete local users and groups and administer local password policies.

Control access to filesSet Linux file system permissions on files and to interpret the security effects of different permission settings.

Manage SELinux securityProtect and manage the security of a server by using SELinux.

Tune system performanceEvaluate and control processes, set tuning parameters, and adjust process scheduling priorities on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system.

Install and update software packagesDownload, install, update, and manage software packages from Red Hat and yum package repositories.

Manage basic storageCreate and manage storage devices, partitions, file systems, and swap spaces from the command line.

Control services and the boot processControl and monitor network services, system daemons, and the boot process using systemd.

Manage networkingConfigure network interfaces and settings on Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers.

Analyze and store logsLocate and accurately interpret logs of system events for troubleshooting purposes.

Implement advanced storage featuresCreate and manage logical volumes containing file systems and swap spaces from the command line, and configure advanced storage features with Stratis and VDO.

Schedule future tasksSchedule tasks to automatically execute in the future.

Access network-attached storageAccess network-attached storage, using the NFS protocol.

Manage network securityControl network connections to services using the system firewall and SELinux rules.

Run containersObtain, run, and manage simple, lightweight services as containers on a single Red Hat Enterprise Linux server.



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