Develop the abilities to carry out the primary duties required to work as a full-time Linux administrator.
Condensed instruction geared for seasoned Linux system administrators teaches the fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise Linux configuration, administration, and maintenance.
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 9 is covered in the RHCSA Rapid Track course (RH199), which is intended for students who have a good deal of prior Linux administration experience.
Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) and Red Hat System Administration II (RH134) are combined in this course, which moves quickly through the tasks.
Based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 9.0, this course.
- A new repository structure and appstream modules for package management
- Incorporate Stratis storage management into the creation of storage devices, volumes, and file systems.
- Set up network security and services
- Control tasks, appointments, and tuning
- Control authentication, groups, and users.
- Utilize the web management tool Cockpit to manage servers.
- Troubleshoot and get assistance
- 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 utilising 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
- You should already be familiar with the foundational ideas of Linux computing and be prepared to put into practise the Red Hat Enterprise Linux techniques for carrying out system administration chores. It is advised to have substantial practical expertise with Linux as a system administrator.
- We suggest starting with the Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) course if you are unfamiliar with the basic ideas behind Linux computers.
- To determine if this offering is the greatest fit for your skills, take our free evaluation.
Use systems to receive assistance.
Log into local and remote Linux systems, then look at the available Red Hat Insights and support options for problem solving.
How to use file systems
Working from the bash shell allows you to copy, move, create, delete, and rearrange files.
Control nearby users and groups
Local users and groups can be created, managed, and deleted. Local password policies can also be managed.
Control file access
Create Linux file system permissions for files and analyze how different permission settings affect security.
SELinux security management
SELinux can be used to regulate and safeguard a server’s security.
System performance tuning
On a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system, evaluate and manage processes, define tuning settings, and modify process scheduling priorities.
Update and instal software packages
Software packages from Red Hat and DNF package repositories can be downloaded, installed, updated, and managed.
Control basic storage
From the command line, create and manage storage devices, partitions, file systems, and swap areas.
Services under control and the boot process
Utilizing systemd, you may manage and keep an eye on network services, system daemons, and the boot process.
Control the network
On Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, configure network interfaces and configurations.
Examine and keep logs.
Find and correctly understand system event logs for troubleshooting.
Put powerful storage features in place
From the command line, create and manage logical volumes that contain file systems and swap areas, and set up sophisticated storage features with Stratis and VDO.
Plan out upcoming duties
Future tasks can be scheduled to run automatically.
Accessibility of network-attached storage
Utilize the NFS protocol to access network-attached storage.
Controlling network security
Utilize SELinux rules and the system firewall to manage network connectivity to services.
On a single Red Hat Enterprise Linux server, obtain, operate, and manage straightforward, lightweight services as containers.
The basis for effective IT infrastructure is Red Hat Enterprise Linux administration, configuration, and quick deployment.
Your team members will leave this course with a firm foundation in Linux system administration, enhancing their capacity to administer your infrastructure effectively.
It contributes to enhanced system availability, more effective system and storage use, and quicker and more accurate system failure responses.
With the help of this course, new Linux system administrators will be equipped to handle user and group administration, integrate Red Hat Enterprise Linux with other systems, address configuration difficulties quickly and securely, and utilize storage options.
A computer professional with some familiarity with Linux can become a fully competent Linux administrator very quickly due to the rapid pace.
Impact on the person
You should be able to carry out crucial Linux system administration activities after taking this course, such as setting up network connectivity, controlling physical storage, and implementing fundamental security administration.
You should be able to exhibit the following abilities:
- Remote and local command line access
- Utilize the command line to manage files.
- Control nearby users and groups
- Observe and control Linux processes
- Manage daemons, services, and the boot process.
- Control the services offered by current container images.
- Manage system performance optimization profiles.
- Utilize file system permissions to limit access to files.
- Examine and archive log files
- Set up and protect the OpenSSH service.
- Install and update app streams and software bundles.
- Control Linux volumes and file systems.
- Control Linux firewalls and networking.