The first of two courses addressing the fundamental server management duties required for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
IT professionals without prior Linux system administration knowledge should take Red Hat System Administration I (RH124). By concentrating on fundamental administration responsibilities, the course equips students with knowledge of Linux administration. By presenting important command-line ideas and enterprise-level tools, this course also serves as a foundation for students who want to work as full-time Linux system administrators.
In a two-course sequence, beginning with this one, a computer expert who has no prior understanding of Linux system administration can become a fully competent Linux administrator. Red Hat System Administration II, the subsequent course, develops these ideas further Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)
Based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 9.0, this course.
Course content summary
- Characterize the Red Hat Enterprise Linux ecosystem and Linux.
- View shell environments while running commands.
- Organize, manage, and protect files.
- Control user, group, and security settings.
- Manage and keep an eye on system services.
- Use SSH and the web console to set up remote access.
- Set up network settings and interfaces.
- Copying and archiving files between systems.
- DNF-based software management.
Participants in this course
- The main persona is a technical expert who currently or soon will have responsibilities as a cloud or Linux enterprise system administrator.
- This well-liked course at Red Hat Academy is geared toward students who want to use Linux to advance their careers as technical professionals.
The course’s prerequisites
- On some operating systems, basic technical user skills with computer applications are expected.
- To determine if this offering is the best fit for your skills, take our free assessment
- This course has no unique technical requirements.
- Bring your own device(BYOD) is not permitted for this course.
- While it is not necessary, possessing access to the internet is advised so that students can browse Red Hat’s online resources and conduct research.
The Course Schedule
Start using Red Hat Enterprise Linux today.
Describe and define Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Linux distributions, and open source.
Open the command prompt
Access a Linux machine and use the shell to issue straightforward commands.
Utilize the command line to manage files.
Working from the bash shell allows you to copy, move, create, delete, and rearrange files.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux assistance
Utilize community assistance resources to solve issues.
Edit, create, and view text files
Manage text files using a text editor or the output of a command.
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
Linux file system permissions should be set for files, and the security consequences of various permission settings.
Observe and control Linux processes
Control and evaluate the processes that are active on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system.
Control daemons and services
Using systemd, you may manage and keep an eye on network services and system daemons.
Setup and protect SSH
Set up a secure command line service using OpenSSH on distant systems.
Examine and keep logs
Find and correctly understand system event logs for troubleshooting.
Control the network
On Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, configure network interfaces and configurations.
File transmission and archiving
Copying and archiving files between systems
Update and install software packages
Software packages from Red Hat and DNF package repositories can be downloaded, installed, updated, and managed.
Log in to Linux file systems
Examine, use, and explore the current file systems on the storage connected to a Linux Server.
Examine servers and seek assistance
Investigate and fix problems with the web-based management interface with assistance from Red Hat.
By finishing practical exercises, you can review the material that was presented in the course
The basis for effective IT infrastructure is Red Hat Enterprise Linux administration, configuration, and quick deployment. 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.
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
The fundamental skills needed to become a full-time Linux system administrator will be covered in this course. After taking this course, you ought to be able to handle basic Linux system tasks including installation, network connectivity setup, physical storage management, and fundamental security administration are all examples of administration duties.
Recommended next exam or course
Preliminary Exam in System Administration (PE124)
Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)
RHCSA Rapid Track course (RH199)