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Why should you learn RHCE?

Computer networking and infrastructure management has become an integral part of almost all organisations. Despite the fact that companies and organizations have an array of computers and communication tools at their disposal, to a certain degree, they tend to be separate. This sets them back significantly as accuracy and speed of data-flow and transactions play a vital role in an organization’s success. To overcome such obstacles that limit the efficiency of infrastructure Networking jobs are in great demand with companies and various government agencies looking to upgrade their IT infrastructure. Major companies like Cognizant and Infosys are big recruiters for network management, and with services like Universal Identification becoming more relevant over the past few years, there is an increase in demand for professionals who can manage networks in the public sector as well. Management, networking becomes a crucial element in an enterprise’s day-to-day operations.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate usage of essential tools to handle files, directories, command-line environments, and documentation
  • Operate, control and manage running systems
  • Configure storage and other key aspects
  • Create and configure file systems and its attributes
  • Deploy, configure, and maintain systems
  • Manage users and groups
  • Manage security and Network configuration
  • Setting kernel runtime parameters
  • Producing and delivering system utilization reports
  • Write shell scripts to automate system maintenance tasks
  • Configuring system logging, including remote logging
  • Configuring a system to provide various networking services
  • Expert Linux Administrator skills to implement and manage Linux networks in a corporate house.

Learning RHCE @ IIHT

IIHT’s RHCE/RHCSA Training is designed to provide learners the required skills to act as administrators supporting Linux server platform. Learners will go on to learn how to manage and configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers networking services and security on Live systems. Upon completing the course, learners will be able to administer Red Hat Server environment, end-to-end, at the server and organization level based on the skills gained to implement and manage Linux network in a Corporate environment.

What you learn in RHCE / RHCSA

Module 1:

  • Controlling Services and Daemons
  • Controlling Services with systemctl
  • Controlling the Boot Process


Module 2:

  • Managing IPv6 Networking
  • Review of IPv4 Networking Configuration
  • IPv6 Networking Concepts
  • IPv6 Networking Configuration


Module 3:

  • Configuring Link Aggregation and Bridging
  • Configuring Network Teaming
  • Managing Network Teaming
  • Configuring Software Bridges


Module 4:

  • Network Port Security
  • Managing Firewalled
  • Managing Rich Rules
  • Masquerading and Port Forwarding
  • Managing SELinux Port Labeling


Module 5:

  • Managing DNS for Servers
  • DNS Concepts
  • Configuring a Caching
  • Nameserver
  • DNS Troubleshooting


Module 6:

  • Configuring Email Transmission
  • Configuring Send-only Email Service


Module 7:

  • Providing Remote Block Storage
  • iSCSI Concepts
  • Providing iSCSI Targets
  • Accessing iSCSI Storage


Module 8:

  • Providing File-based Storage
  • Exporting NFS File Systems
  • Protecting NFS Exports
  • Providing SMB File Shares
  • Performing a Multiuser SMB Mount


Module 9:

  • Configuring MariaDB Databases
  • Installing MariaDB
  • Working with MariaDB
  • Databases
  • Managing Database Users and Access Rights
  • Creating and Restoring MariaDB Backups


Module 10:

  • Providing Apache HTTPD Web Service
  • Configuring Apache HTTPD
  • Configuring and Troubleshooting Virtual Hosts
  • Configuring HTTPS
  • Interpreting Dynamic Web Content


Module 11:

  • Writing Bash Scripts
  • Bash Shell Scripting Basics


Module 12:

  • Bash Conditionals and Control Structures
  • Enhancing Bash Shell Scripts with Conditional and Control
  • Structures


Module 13:

  • Configuring the Shell Environment
  • Changing the Shell Environment


Module 14:

  • Linux Containers and Docker
  • Introduction to Linux Containers
  • Using Docker

1. Accessing the Command Line

Accessing the Command Line Using the Local Console
Accessing the Command Line Using the Desktop
Executing Commands Using the Bash Shell

2. Managing File from the Command Line

The Linux file system Hierarchy
Accessing the Command Line using the Desktop
Managing Files using Command-Line Tolls
Matching File Name Expansion

3. Getting help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Reading Documentation using man Command
Reading Documentation using pinfo command
Reading Documentation in /usr/share/doc
Get Help from Red Hat

4. Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files

Redirecting Output to file or program
Editing Text files from the shell prompt
Editing Text Files with a Graphical Editor

5. Managing local Linux Users & Groups

User & Groups
Gaining Super user Access
Managing Local user Accounts
Managing Local Group Accounts
Managing User Passwords

6. Controlling Access to files with Linux File system Permissions

Linux File System Permissions
Managing File system permissions from the command line
Managing Default permissions and file Access

7. Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes

Controlling Jobs
Killing Processes
Monitoring Process Activity

8. Controlling Services and Daemons

Identifying Automatically Started System Processes
Controlling System Service

9. Configuring and Securing Open SSH Service

Accessing the Remote Command Line with SSH
Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication
Customizing SSH Service Configuration

10. Analyzing and Storing Logs

System Log Architecture
Reviewing Syslog Files
Reviewing systemd Journal Entries
Preserving the systemd Journal
Maintaining accurate time

11. Managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking

Networking Concepts
Validating Network Configuration
Configuring Networking with nmcli
Editing Network Configuration Files
Configuring Host name and Name Resolution

12. Archiving and Copying Files between Systems

Managing Compressed tar Archives
Copying Files between Systems Securely
Synchronizing files Between Systems Securely

13. Installing and Updating Software Packages

Attaching Systems to Subscription for Software Updates
RPM Software Packages and Yum
Managing Software Update with yum
Enabling Yum software Repositories
Examining RPM Package files

14. Accessing Linux File Systems

Identifying file systems and Devices
Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
Making Links between Files
Locating Files on the System

15. Using Virtualized Systems

Managing a Local Virtualization Host
Installing a new Virtual Machine

16. Automating Installation with Kickstart

Defining the Anaconda Kickstart System
Deploying a New Virtual System with Kickstart

17. Using Regular Expression with grep

Regular Expressions Fundamentals
Matching Test with grep

18. Creating and Editing Test Files with vim

The vim Text Editor
Basic vim Workflow
Editing with vim

19. Scheduling Future Linux Tasks

Scheduling One-Time Tasks with at
Scheduling Recurring Jobs with cron
Scheduling System cron jobs
Managing Temporary Files

20. Managing Priority of Linux Processes

Process Priority and “nice” Concepts
Using nice and renice to Influence Process Priority

21. Controlling Access to Files with Access Control Lists (ACLs)

POSIX Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Securing Files with ACLs

22. Managing SELinux Security

Enabling and Monitoring Security Enhanced Linux
Changing SELinux Modes
Changing SELinux Contexts
Changing SELinux Booleans
Troubleshooting SELinux

23. Connecting to Networks-defined Users and Groups

Using Identity Management Services

24. Adding Disks, Partitions and Files Systems to a Linux System

Adding Disks, Partitions and Persistent Mounts
Managing Swap Space

25. Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage

Logical Volume Management Concept
Managing Logical Volume
Extending a Logical Volume

26. Accessing Network Storage with Network File System (NFS)

Mounting Network Storage with NFS
Auto mounting Network Storage with NFS

27. Accessing Network Storage with SMB

Accessing Network Storage with SMB

28. Controlling and Troubleshooting the Red Ta Enterprise Linux Boot Process

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Boot Process
Repairing Common Boot Issues
File System Issues at Boot
Repairing Boot Loader Issues

29. Limiting Network Communication with firewall

Limiting Network Communication

What do you gain from IIHT’s Blended Learning ?

IIHT’s learning model is integrated with the latest Learning trends to ensure that the audience remains engaged and their overall learning experience is flexible, convenience and productive. What more? We provide you a unique and engaging content on a user friendly and immersive learning platform that helps you to not only attend the training sessions, but watch Learning videos, read Learning Materials, interact with fellow students, write to the faculty members, practice labs, 24x7 support from a single window that makes learning effective. The assignments and assessments designed as part of the course ensures you develop right capability to prove your worth in your existing job or with prospective employer. Our state of the art learning system helps you to connect with fellow learners who are mostly working professionals that helps you to learn through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Key concepts will be explained by Online / Live Instructor led sessions, where syllabus material will be presented and the subject matter will be illustrated with demonstrations and examples. Tutorials and/or labs and/or group discussions (including online forums) focused on projects and problem solving will help one practice in the application of theory and procedures, allow exploration of concepts with mentors and other fellow students. You get regular feedback on your progress and understanding; assignments, as described in Overview of Assessment (below), requiring an integrated understanding of the subject matter; and private study, working through the course as presented in classes and learning materials, and gaining practice at solving conceptual and technical problems.You get access to informative Learning videos from Global Experts that helps you to get larger perspective from real time perspective that you would not get in any other Live session.


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