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Linux Administration (RedHat) Certification Training

  • 30 Hours

IgmGuru Linux Administration (RedHat) Certification Training Program is designed according to Red Hat Linux Certification exam to make sure that candidate passes the exam in the first attempt. This course inclusive of entire features of UNIX Operating System together with Linux admin and Advance Linux admin. While training you will grasp knowledge about UNIX Shell scripting, the framework of UNIX, Shell commands and Server.

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  • Instructor Led Training : 30 Hrs
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  • 90 days of access to 12+ instructor-led online training classes
  • 180 days of access to high-quality,self-paced learning content designed by experts
  • $384.30

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Batches start from 27 Oct 2018.

Overview

What Skills will you grasp?

At the end of this course, an individual will able to grasp the following knowledge:

  • Introduction to UNIX OS & Linux Kernel
  • Advantages of Red Hat Linux over other OS
  • UNIX Shell scripting, server configuration
  • User classes, directories, and files in UNIX
  • Command execution in Linux administration
  • Security and database configuration
  • Linux kernel module management
  • Changing file permission & file attribute in UNIX
  • Red Hat Kickstart installation, Samba Server configuration
  • Clear the Red Hat Linux Certification.

Who should opt for this course?

This course is beneficial for the following individual:

  • Software engineers and IT professionals
  • Mainframe professionals, data analysts testing professionals
  • UNIX developers, administrators
  • Linux Developers and Administrators

What are the Prerequisites?

There are no such prerequisites for this training course. But having a basic knowledge of computers and networking will be an advantage.

Modules

Lesson 1 - Shell Scripting – Fundamentals

  • 1.1 Understanding the Linux Shell script
  • 1.2 Designed to run on Unix shell
  • 1.3 Command-line interpreter
  • 1.4 The various operations on Shell scripts like – file manipulation, program execution, and text printing, understanding the various commands, syntax and shell scripting rules

Lesson 2 - Parameters, Variables & Arguments

  • 2.1 Introduction to Shell Scripting concepts
  • 2.2 Special variables used
  • 2.3 Learning about command line arguments
  • 2.4 Working with Special Parameters
  • 2.5 Passing arguments to a Shell Script
  • 2.6 Inheritance rules

Lesson 3 - Loops & Iterations

  • 3.1 Deep dive into Linux Shell script
  • 3.2 Understanding the concept of loops
  • 3.3 The various types of loops and integrators in Linux Shell script
  • 3.4 Learning about the condition handling mechanism

Lesson 4 - Regular Expressions & Text Manipulations

  • 4.1 Learning about the String object
  • 4.2 Taking regular expressions as arguments
  • 4.3 Understanding how to redirect arguments as well as input and output using Shell Scripts
  • 4.4 String manipulation using regular expressions
  • 4.5 Different types of Regex

Lesson 5 - Writing Functions & Advanced Scripts

  • 5.1 Introduction to Shell Script functions, basic functions, creation of library of functions
  • 5.2 Learning about advanced Shell Script commands, expansions and built-in commands

Lesson 6 - Administering Open Source System

  • 6.1 Administering Open Source System (Unix Systems)
  • 6.2 The Role of an administrator
  • 6.3 Open Source Licensing
  • 6.4 Acquiring your Linux Distribution

Lesson 7 - Installation Process

  • 7.1 The Installation Process of Linux Red Hat System
  • 7.2 Structuring the File system
  • 7.3 Selecting the software Packages
  • 7.4 Performing Installation

Lesson 8 - Booting Linux

  • 8.1 Managing Boot Process
  • 8.2 Following Boot Scripts Sequence
  • 8.3 Assigning services with chk config
  • 8.4 The /etc directory configuration Hierarchy

Lesson 9 - Rescuing an Unbootable System

  • 9.1 Booting into Rescue Mode
  • 9.2 Reinstalling the Boot Loader
  • 9.3 Booting into Single-User Mode

Lesson 10 - User Features

  • 10.1 PAM-Pluggable Authentication Modulet
  • 10.2 What Do We Mean By Home Directory of file users
  • 10.3 Syntax for Chage is
  • 10.4 How to Change User Features of A User

Lesson 11 - Linux PS Commands

  • 11.1 The Linux Groupmod Command
  • 11.2 The Linux g password Command
  • 11.3 Linux PS Command
  • 11.4 Procs
  • 11.5 Memory
  • 11.6 Swap
  • 11.7 Proc Command, Pkill Linux Command, Syslog, View Newlog Entries

Lesson 12 - Package Manager

  • 12.1 Manipulating portable tar archives
  • 12.2 How to install software with red hat packet manager(RPM)
  • 12.3 What is RPM-REDHAT package manager

Lesson 13 - IP Configuration

  • 13.1 How to rebuild a source RPM(SRPM) package
  • 13.2 Static ip configuration
  • 13.3 Assigning IP Address to an Interface
  • 13.4 Configuring and testing IPV6 connectivity
  • 13.5 Stand alone server
  • 13.6 Running services through XINTED

Lesson 14 - Creating Partitions

  • 14.1 Creating Linux partition
  • 14.2 Mounting a file system
  • 14.3 How to create a user
  • 14.4 How to add a user into a group in Linux

Lesson 15 - Mounting

  • 15.1 Mounting File System
  • 15.2 How to mount Specific file system

Lesson 16 - SAMBA Server and UDEV

  • 16.1 How to Configure SAMBA Server
  • 16.2 Examine the Steps in Reporting PCI Devices Bug
  • 16.3 What is UDEV
  • 16.4 To Know How to Add or Remove a Linux Kernel Modules/Drivers

Lesson 17 - Installing LVS

  • 17.1 Define LVS, installing LVS
  • 17.2 Understand meaning of Linux Director, to know about Testing and Debugging, what are Real servers and Ipfail

Lesson 18 - Linux Installation and Initialization (Automated)

  • 18.1 Multiple Linux installations
  • 18.2 Automated installation using Kick start
  • 18.3 Deploying it using web server
  • 18.4 Installation media and Kick start configuration files

Lesson 19 - Package management & Process monitoring

  • 19.1 Linux Package which is Pre-built set of programs
  • 19.2 Installation of Packages
  • 19.3 libraries and the dependencies
  • 19.4 Understanding the low-level and high-levels tools needed
  • 19.5 configuring Linux Yum Server
  • 19.6 understanding the Yum repository Server-Client system

Lesson 20 - Services, Utilities, Important Files and Directories

  • 20.1 Deep dive into Linux Services
  • 20.2 The important system files, utilities, directories.

Lesson 21 - Understanding SystemD

  • 21.1 Learning about SystemD
  • 21.2 Linux-specific system and service manager, understanding what are the programs that run when Linux loads, familiarising with the systemctl commands

Lesson 22 - Linux User Administration

  • 22.1 Linux user management, groups, attributes and file permissions, granting permission based on tasks to be performed, various advanced user administration features, setting user and group disk space quotas, Linux file system quotas.

Lesson 23 - File System Management (Generic & LVM)

  • 23.1 Managing the Linux File System, understanding the Logical Volume Management, allocating disks, stripping, mirroring, resizing, logical volumes, deploying LVM for setting hard disks for physical volumes.

Lesson 24 - Advanced File System Management (Software RAID)

  • 24.1 Understanding the concept of RAID data storage virtualization
  • 24.2 RAID software management tool
  • 24.3 Learning about Linux Kernel with RAID Support
  • 24.4 implementing the software RAID in Linux

Lesson 25 - Server-Client Configurations (FTP / SFTP / HTTP)

  • 25.1 Learning about the Server Configuration in Linux
  • 25.2 FTP/SFTP, the HTTP Server/Client Systems configuration

Lesson 26 - Configuring Samba and SMTP

  • 26.1 Understanding the Samba Open Source tool
  • 26.2 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • 26.3 configuring the Samba Server and SMTP with Linux

Lesson 27 - Firewall & IP Tables

  • 27.1 Understanding the basics of firewall in Linux
  • 27.2 Deploying the firewall and iptables in Linux which is a rule-based firewall system in Linux
  • 27.3 Testing the firewall rules

Lesson 28 - Database Configuration (MySQL / Mariadb)

  • 28.1 Understanding how to configure databases in Linux
  • 28.2 Working with MySQL database and MariaDB database for configuring it with Linux

Lesson 29 - Using Control Panels to Manage Linux Servers (Webmin)

  • 29.1 Learning about the various control panels in Linux
  • 29.2 Its various uses and applications in various services
  • 29.3 Deploying of these control panels to manage the Linux servers

Lesson 30 - Real World Shell Scripting Examples

  • 30.1 Shell scripting examples in the real world – understanding about shell scripting, Backup Script for Code & Mysql DB, checking service status, disk usage, highest CPU usage, automatic users addition, calculating free and used memory, remote host and port

Exam Certification

This course is designed in order to clear the Red Hat Certified System Administrator Exam for Linux.

You will be also awarded the IgmGuru's course completion certificate if you score more than 65% in the exam conducted by our Experts.

Frequently Asked Questions

A :No, Exam fee is not included in the training fees.

A :Linux Administration (RedHat) Certification is provided by RedHat.

A :IgmGuru offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We tend to even have a passionate team that gives on-demand help through our community forum. What’s a lot of, you may have lifespan access to the community forum, even once completion of your course with us.

A :Our teaching assistants are a fanatical team of material consultants here to assist you to get certified in your initial try. They have interaction with students proactively to confirm the course path is being followed and assist you to enrich your learning expertise, from the category onboarding to project mentoring and job help. Teaching help is accessible throughout business hours.

A :All of our extremely qualified trainers are AWS certified with years of expert coaching and dealing within the cloud domain. Every one of them has had a rigorous choice method that has profile screening, technical analysis, and a coaching demo before they're certified to coach for us. we have a tendency to conjointly make sure that solely those trainers with a high alumni rating stay on our faculty.

A :The tools you’ll need to attend training are: • Windows: Windows XP SP3 or higher • Mac: OSX 10.6 or higher • Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher Headset, speakers, and microphone: You’ll need headphones or speakers to hear instruction clearly, as well as a microphone to talk to others. You can use a headset with a built-in microphone, or separate speakers and microphone.

A :All of the categories square measure conducted via live on-line streaming. they're interactive sessions that modify you to raise queries and participate in discussions throughout category time. We do, however, offer recordings of every session you attend for your future reference. categories square measure attended by a world audience to complement your learning expertise.

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