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Enterprise Linux® 7 System Administration I

Enterprise Linux® 7 System Administration I

Course Overview

This course is appropriate for Enterprise Linux® system administrators seeking validation of their skills, or those new to Linux system administration. This course will provide preparation for experienced Linux system administrators who require certification as a Linux System Admin in their job role or based on a mandate, such as DoD 8570 directive. It is also appropriate for IT professionals who are on the path to earn Red Hat® Certified System Administrator or Red Hat® Certified Engineer. This course is the first of two Linux System Administration courses required to prepare for the Red Hat® Certified System Administration Exam (EX200)

Skills Learned

After completing the course, students will have learned how to:

  • Manage physical storage
  • Establish network connection and firewall access
  • Manage and securing files
  • Review the system log files and journal
  • Monitor and manage processes
  • Access Linux file systems

Who Should Attend This Course

This course is appropriate for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux system administrators seeking validation of their skills, or those new to Linux system administration. This course will provide preparation for experienced Linux® system administrators who require certification as a Linux® System Admin in their job role or based on a mandate, such as DoD 8570 directive. It is also appropriate for IT professionals who are on the path to earn a Red Hat® Certified Engineer.

Prerequisites

None required. Previous System Administration experience is highly recommended.

Course Outline

  • Basic Linux overview
  • Quick GUI tour of Linux
  • The basics of working with files in any shell
  • Concepts of users and groups
  • File access permissions
  • The Linux file system
  • The Bash Shell
  • X Window system with gnome and KDE desktops
  • Standard I/O and pipes
  • String processing tools introduction
  • String processing with regular expressions
  • Introduction to processes
  • Using vi[m] Text Editor
  • Basics of ‘bash’ Shell scripting
  • Essentials of printing
  • Fundamentals of using email
  • Basic networking overview
  • Introduction to System Tools
  • Basic installation, partitioning
  • Hardware virtualization
  • Secure remote access

Hands-on Labs

  • Lab 1-1 – Installation
  • Lab 1-2 – Creating additional VMs
  • Lab 1-3 – Internal and External Shell Commands
  • Lab 1-4 – I/O Redirection and Pipes
  • Lab 1-5 – bash History
  • Lab 1-6 – Command Completion
  • Lab 1-7 – VIM
  • Lab 1-8 – Shell Environments
  • Lab 1-9 – Using man
  • Lab 1-10 – Current Mounts
  • Lab 1-11 – Directories
  • Lab 1-12 – Files
  • Lab 1-13 – Working with Links
  • Lab 1-14 – tar
  • Lab 1-15 – Using less, head, tail, and grep
  • Lab 1-16 – User Accounts
  • Lab 1-17 – Creating Users
  • Lab 1-18 – Groups
  • Lab 1-19 – Basic Permissions
  • Lab 1-20 – Special Permissions
  • Lab 1-21 – Using ACLs
  • Lab 1-22 – Networking
  • Lab 1-23 – Jobs
  • Lab 1-24 – Managing Processes
  • Lab 1-25 – Managing Packages with yum
  • Lab 1-26 – rpm Queries
  • Lab 1-27 – Scheduling Tasks with cron and jobs with at
  • Lab 1-28 – Partitions

Cost

  • Expert-facilitated Virtual Live Online Classroom: $1,990.00
  • Expert-facilitated Virtual Recorded Online Classroom: $1,990.00

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