RHCSA (Red Hat System Administrator) training is designed for students who are willing to choose career like System engineer(RED hat),Senior red hat Linux engineer, IT system administrator and Linux administrator and so on. Red hat training course list covers three main topics which are namely RH124, RHSE and RHCSA2.
Red hat training course include following study materials are as follows:
RH124 starts with GNOM, graphical desktop managing logical volume and system disk, configuration of local services (date, time and printer).
Monitoring system resources like CPU, memory and disk utilization. It also includes the basic concepts of shell and use of job control techniques. Students will also learn about how to established network connectivity, how to control boot process, installation of Linux graphically, installation and management of virtual machines, deployment of web and FTP servers, understanding and managing the concepts of SELinux.
This course also includes Red hat training videos, pdf’s and exam question set for their enrol student free of cost.
The person who has done RHCE Certification and training from us. which enabled to demonstrate the ability and skills to work as an service system administrator and they also get an job opportunity to work in big IT Companies with good salary packages.
Course includes Red hat training study guides, pdf’s and exam question set for their enrolled student free of cost.
We are the best institute which also covers advance topics of RHCE course like securing files with GnuPg, root network and secure network traffic, how to configure system to use Kerberos to authenticate and validate users via sudo.
We will also focuses on further topics like configuration of NTP servers, web server, catching only name server, file sharing with NFS.
We will also introduce how to troubleshoot boot process and recover unbootable systems with rescue mode. Student will get brief knowledge about how to configure and deploy SSL encapsulated web servers and also how to access centralized storage (ISC51) and encryption of file system.
This course also covers
Access the command line
Manage files from the command line
Get help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Create, view, and edit text files
Manage local Linux users and groups
Control access to files with Linux file system permissions
Monitor and manage Linux processes
Control services and daemons
Configure and secure OpenSSH service
Analyze and store logs
Manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux networking
Archive and copy files between systems
Install and update software packages
Access Linux file systems
Use virtualized systems