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Essentials of RHEL7 Administration ( Self Paced Video Learning )

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This course provides a foundation for students wishing to become full-time Linux system administrators by introducing key command line concepts and other enterprise-level tools. 

Course Outline 

  • Getting Started with Linux
    • Unit – Remote Access Technologies to Linux Host
    • Unit – Connecting to Unix Host using SSH
    • Unit – Working with Files and Directories
    • Unit – Creating and Editing Files Vim and Emacs
  • File and Data Management
    • Unit – File Processing Commands
    • Unit – Link files – they are like windows shortcuts
    • Unit – Data filtering using pattern matching techniques
    • Unit – File Searching in Linux – We do it everyday
    • Unit – Data Compression and Decompression Techniques
    • Unit – Data Archiving using tar and Star
  • Managing User and Groups in Enterprise Environment
    • Unit – Describing Users and Groups
    • Unit – User Administration from Command Line
    • Unit – Configuring Password Aging Policies
    • Unit – Configuring User and Group Quotas
    • Unit – Describe File and Directory Ownership and Permissions
    • Scenario – Working with File and Directory Permissions
  • Everything is a Process in Linux – Manage Them
    • Unit – Exploring Linux Processes
    • Unit – Understanding and Changing Process Priorities
    • Unit – Controlling Linux Processes
    • Unit – Dealing with Open Files
  • Job automation – Save your weekends for family
    • Unit – Describing Job Scheduling using Cron
    • Unit – Scheduling Jobs using Cron
    • Unit – Managing Cron Jobs
  • Service Management using systemd
    • Unit – Overview of Systemd
    • Unit – Understanding run levels in RHEL-7
    • Unit – Service Management using Systemd
    • Unit – Overview of Systemd Startup Services
    • Unit – Job Scheduling using Systemd Timer Units
    • Unit – Process Management using Systemd
  • System Logs – Our real friends to solve problems
    • Unit – Analyse and Review Logs
    • Unit – Configuring Log Rotation
    • Unit – Rsyslog Configuration
    • Unit – Reviewing SystemD System Logs
    • Unit – Integrating Jounald logs with syslog
  • File Systems – They know how to manage your data
    • Unit – Introduction to Linux File Systems
    • Unit – Identification of Filesystems
    • Unit – Filesystem Creation and Access
    • Unit – Mounting Local Filesystems Using Autofs
    • Unit – Encrypted Filesystems
    • Unit – Mounting Encrypted File systems During Boot
    • Unit – Re-sizing an existing Linux File System
  • Kernel – the Heart of Linux Operating System
    • Unit – Working with Linux Kernel
    • Unit – Linux Kernel Modules
    • Unit – Describe the Process of Linux Kernel Update
  • Linux Booting – time to Understand it
    • Unit – Describing Linux Boot Process
    • Unit – GRUB2 Boot Loader
    • Unit – Blacklisting Kernel Modules During Linux Boot
  • Get Started with Linux Networking
    • Unit – Understanding Networking Terminology
    • Unit – Identifying and configuring network devices
    • Unit – Configure Network System to User NTP
  • Disk and Storage Management
    • Unit – Linux MBR Disks
    • Unit– Linux GPT disks
    • Unit – Creating New Partition on Existing Disks
    • Unit – Linux booting – GPT vs MBR disks
    • Unit – Describing RAID Volumes
    • Unit – Creating a RAID-1 ( Mirrored ) Volume
    • Unit – Growing a RAID-1 ( mirrored) Volume
  • Software Management in Linux
    • Unit – Linux Software Management using YUM
    • Unit – Configuring YUM Local Repositories
    • Unit – YUM Software Repositories

Who is this course for

1. Sysadmins who are currently working with earlier versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

2. Sysadmins who are working on other Linux and UNIX distributions

3. Freshers who are aiming for a Linux system administrator position in a small to an enterprise level environment.

Course Format

Self paced online video learning Courses

Course Features

  • One year unlimited Access to the Course videos 
  • Total of 14 Modules and 50 units
  •  Video Explanations about various Red Hat Enterprise Linux features
  •  Hands-on Implementation Videos for RHEL-7 Configurations
  •  Reference Notes in the form of web pages/PDF
  •  Vlabs for 50 hours
  •  Email newsletter with practical Scenarios and Case Studies

Course Fees Details


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Course Fees    :            $59

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Course Curriculum

Getting Started with Linux
Unit – Remote Access Technologies to Linux Host 00:10:00
Unit – Connecting to Unix Host using SSH 00:10:00
Unit – Working with Files and Directories 00:10:00
Unit – Creating and Editing Files Vim and Emacs 00:10:00
File and Data Management
Unit – File Processing Commands 00:10:00
Unit – Link files – they are like windows shortcuts 00:10:00
Unit – Data filtering using pattern matching techniques 00:10:00
Unit – File Searching in Linux – We do it everyday 00:10:00
Unit – Data Compression and Decompression Techniques 00:15:00
Unit – Data Archiving using tar and Star 00:10:00
Managing User and Groups in Enterprise Environment
Unit – Describing Users and Groups 00:16:00
Unit – User Administration from Command Line 00:15:00
Unit – Configuring Password Aging Policies 00:10:00
Unit – Configuring User and Group Quotas 00:10:00
Unit – Describe File and Directory Ownership and Permissions 00:10:00
Scenario – Working with File and Directory Permissions 00:00:00
Everything is a Process in Linux - Manage Them
Unit – Exploring Linux Processes 00:10:00
Unit – Understanding and Changing Process Priorities 00:10:00
Unit – Controlling Linux Processes 00:10:00
Unit – Dealing with Open Files 00:10:00
Job automation - Save your weekends for family
Unit – Describing Job Scheduling using Cron 00:10:00
Unit – Scheduling Jobs using Cron 00:10:00
Unit – Managing Cron Jobs 00:10:00
Service Management using systemd
Unit – Overview of Systemd 00:15:00
Unit – Understanding run levels in RHEL-7 00:10:00
Unit – Service Management using Systemd 00:10:00
Unit – Overview of Systemd Startup Services 00:10:00
Unit – Job Scheduling using Systemd Timer Units 00:10:00
Unit – Process Management using Systemd 00:10:00
System Logs - Our real friends to solve problems
Unit – Analyse and Review Logs 00:10:00
Unit – Configuring Log Rotation 00:10:00
Unit – Rsyslog Configuration 00:10:00
Unit – Reviewing SystemD System Logs 00:10:00
Unit – Integrating Jounald logs with syslog 00:10:00
File Systems - They know how to manage your data
Unit – Introduction to Linux File Systems 00:10:00
Unit – Identification of Filesystems 00:10:00
Unit – Filesystem Creation and Access 00:10:00
Unit – Mounting Local Filesystems Using Autofs 00:10:00
Unit – Encrypted Filesystems 00:10:00
Unit – Mounting Encrypted File systems During Boot 00:10:00
Unit – Re-sizing an existing Linux File System 00:10:00
Kernel - the Heart of Linux Operating System
Unit – Working with Linux Kernel 00:10:00
Unit* – Linux Kernel Modules 00:10:00
Unit – Describe the Process of Linux Kernel Update 00:10:00
Linux Booting - time to Understand it
Unit – Describing Linux Boot Process 00:10:00
Unit – GRUB2 Boot Loader 00:10:00
Unit – Blacklisting Kernel Modules During Linux Boot 00:10:00
Get Started with Linux Networking
Unit – Understanding Networking Terminology 00:10:00
Unit – Identifying and configuring network devices 00:10:00
Unit – Configure Network System to User NTP 00:10:00
Disk and Storage Management
Unit – Linux MBR Disks 00:10:00
Unix – Linux GPT disks 00:10:00
Unit – Creating New Partition on Existing Disks 00:10:00
Unit – Linux booting – GPT vs MBR disks 00:10:00
Unit* – Describing RAID Volumes 00:10:00
Unit – Creating a RAID-1 ( Mirrored ) Volume 00:10:00
Unit – Growing a RAID-1 ( mirrored) Volume 00:10:00
Software Management in Linux
Unit – Linux Software Management using YUM 00:10:00
Unit – Configuring YUM Local Repositories 00:10:00
Unit – YUM Software Repositories 00:10:00
Additional Resources
Virtual Lab Request 00:00:00

Course Reviews

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    for experienced people, this is quite fundamental

    3

    as an experienced linux professional i found that initial modules are very fundamental for me, but the remaining modules are good to understand the new features in RHEL-7

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    For Beginners, it is very easy to understand

    5

    as a beginner i would prefer this course to other beginners in linux system administration

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    I can recommend it for others

    5

    this course helping me a lot for sure, and i very much like the way instructor is responding to my emails and helping me to learn things easily. I will definitely recommend this course for others.

  4. Profile photo of HariKrishna Tulzapur

    Willing to learn LINUX then you should take this course

    5

    This course is very helpful for the Beginners and persons who are willing to know the new features in RHEL 7.
    Main thing is you can take this course at your free time and even from your Mobile(Unix Magazine App).

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