Develop the abilities to carry out the primary duties required to work as a full-time Linux administrator.
IT workers who have completed Red Hat System Administration I should take Red Hat System Administration II (RH134), which is the second course in the RHCSA training programme (RH124). the configuration and management of storage, the installation and deployment of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, the control of recurring system tasks, the management of security features like SELinux, the management of the boot process and troubleshooting, basic system tuning, and command-line automation and productivity are all covered in greater detail in this course.
Experienced Linux administrators should begin with RHCSA Rapid Track if they want to prepare quickly for the RHCSA certification (RH199).
Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.0, this course.
Course content summary
- Scalable installation techniques for Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Utilize networks, file systems, and security files
- Use automation and shell scripting methods
- Control logical volumes, file systems, and storage devices.
- Control access to the system and security
- Control the system functions and boot procedure
- Execute containers
Participants in this course
This course is intended for Linux system administrators who are in charge of the following duties, as well as Windows system administrators, network administrators, and other system administrators who are interested in enhancing present skills or supporting other team members.
Linux system configuration, installation, upgrade, and maintenance utilizing accepted standards and practises
Giving operational assistance
Managing the availability and performance of systems for monitoring
Creating and deploying scripts for system administration and job automation
- Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) should be completed successfully.
- Experienced Linux administrators should begin with the RHCSA Rapid Track course if they want to hasten their path to becoming a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RH199).
- To determine if this offering is the best fit for your skills, take our free assessment.
- No specialized technological needs exist.
- Bringing your own device is not permitted for this training (BYOD).
- Although it is not necessary, having access to the internet is advised so that students can do research and use Red Hat’s online resources.
The Course Schedule
Increase command line output
Use advanced Bash shell features, shell scripts, and other Red Hat Enterprise Linux utilities to execute tasks more quickly.
Plan out upcoming duties
Set up commands to execute either once or often in the future.
System performance tuning
Set tuning parameters and change the scheduling priority of processes to increase system performance.
Control SELinux security
SELinux is used to protect and manage server security.
Controlling logical volumes
From the command line, create and manage logical volumes that house file systems and swap spaces.
Accessibility of network-attached storage
In order to manage network-attached storage, use the NFS protocol.
Managing the boot procedure
Control the boot process to regulate the services provided, as well as to investigate and fix issues.
Controlling network security
Utilize SELinux rules and the system firewall to manage network connectivity to services.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation
Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux on computers, both physical and virtual.
On a single Red Hat Enterprise Linux server, obtain, operate, and manage straightforward, lightweight services as containers.
By giving your team members a firm foundation in Linux system administration, this training helps to ensure that they will be better able to manage your infrastructure effectively.
This contributes to increased system dependability, improved system and storage utilization, and quicker and more precise system failure response.
This second course in a two-part series will take a computer professional from having little to no familiarity with Linux to being an expert Linux administrator.
Red Hat designed this course with our clients in mind, however as every business and infrastructure is different, the actual outcomes or benefits may differ.
Impact of this training
After taking this course, you ought to be able to carry out the essential duties required to work as a Linux administrator full-time.
Students will be taught to more complex administrative issues like automatic installation, SELinux management, and storage management using LVM.
In addition to file systems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewall configuration, and troubleshooting, this course delves deeper into enterprise Linux administration.