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This Course focuses on the key tasks needed to become a full time Linux administrator. This course goes deeper into enterprise Linux administration including file systems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewalls and troubleshooting.

Course Outline : 

  • Storage Management Using LVM
    • LVM Introduction and Overview
    • Create and Manage LVM Volume Groups
    • Create and Manage Logical Volumes
    • Create and Manage LVM Volume Snapshots
    • LVM Thin Provisioning
    • Performing Basic LVM operations
    • Re-sizing a File system on LVM volume
  • Securing Linux using Firewall
    • Introduction to iptables rules and configuration
    • Introduction to Red Hat Built in Firewall Manager
    • Configuring Builtin Firewall Manager
    • Adding a Port to Firewall rule and Controlling Network Traffic
  • Mastering SELinux
    • Overview of SELinux and its Components
    • Configing SELinux Mode
    • Configuring SELinux Settings
    • Working with SELinux user Contexts
    • Working with SELinux Process Contexts
    • Working with SELinux Roles
    • Securing network service using SELinux
    • Dealing with selinux policy violations
  • Configuring Basic DNS and DHCP Services
    • Configuring Basic DHCP server
    • Configuring a Basic DNS Server and Client
  • NFS Shared Filesystems
    • Working with exported NFS shares
    • Install and Start the NFS server
    • Configuring NFS shares using /etc/exports
    • Mounting a NFS Share on NFS Client by using command line and fstab
  • Configuring Basic Networking Services
    • Configuring Basic Httpd Server
    • Configuring NTPD Server
    • Configuring Basic FTP Server
  • SAMBA file and Print Sharing
    • Introduction to Samba Server and Basic configuration
    • Managing Samba Shares
  • Red Hat Virtualization
    • Introduction and identification of Red Hat Virtualization packages
    • Installing RHEL7 as GUEST VM
    • Configuring Red Hat Virtualization tools
    • Working with Guest Virtual Machine
    • Gathering Information about a Virtual Machine
    • Managing Virtual Machines from Virtualization host or hypervisor
    • Working with Virtual Machine Console
    • Start, stop and autostart a Virtual Machine
  • The Ultimate Linux Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting CPU and Memory Intensive Processes
    • Troubleshooting Network Related issues
    • Troubleshooting Filesystem Related issues
    • Troubleshooting Boot Related issues
    • Troubleshooting Grub Boot Loader

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


Fees for this Single Course,   for foreign currency payments

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Course Fees    :            $59

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Course Curriculum

Storage Management Using LVM
Unit – LVM Introduction and Overview 00:15:00
Unit – Create and Manage LVM Volume Groups 00:10:00
Unit – Create and Manage Logical Volumes 00:10:00
Unit – Create and Manage LVM Volume Snapshots 00:10:00
Unit – LVM Thin Provisioning 00:10:00
Unit – Performing Basic LVM operations 00:15:00
LVM Master Class 01:40:00
Securing Linux using Firewall
Introduction to iptables rules and configuration 00:12:00
Introduction to Red Hat Built in Firewall Manager 00:10:00
Configuring Builtin Firewall Manager 00:10:00
Adding a Port to Firewall rule and Controlling Network Traffic 00:10:00
Mastering SELinux
Overview of SELinux and its Components 00:10:00
Configing SELinux Mode 00:10:00
Configuring SELinux Settings 00:10:00
Working with SELinux user Contexts 00:10:00
Working with SELinux Process Contexts 00:10:00
Working with SELinux Roles 00:10:00
Securing network service using SELinux 00:10:00
Dealing with selinux policy violations 00:10:00
Configuring Basic DNS and DHCP Services
Configuring Basic DHCP server 00:15:00
Configuring a Basic DNS Server and Client 00:20:00
NFS Shared Filesystems
Unit – Describing NFS 00:10:00
Working with exported NFS shares 00:10:00
Unit – Install and Start the NFS server 00:10:00
Configuring NFS shares using /etc/exports 00:10:00
Mounting a NFS Share on NFS Client by using command line and fstab 00:10:00
Configuring Basic Networking Services
Configuring Basic Httpd Server 00:10:00
Configuring NTPD Server 00:10:00
Configuring Basic FTP Server 00:10:00
SAMBA file and Print Sharing
Introduction to Samba Server and Basic configuration 00:20:00
Red Hat Virtualization
Introduction and identification of Red Hat Virtualization packages 00:10:00
Installing RHEL7 as GUEST VM 00:10:00
Configuring Red Hat Virtualization tools 00:10:00
Working with Guest Virtual Machine 00:10:00
Gathering Information about a Virtual Machine 00:10:00
Managing Virtual Machines from Virtualization host or hypervisor 00:10:00
Working with Virtual Machine Console 00:10:00
Start, stop and autostart a Virtual Machine 00:10:00
The Ultimate Linux Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting CPU and Memory Intensive Processes 00:10:00
Troubleshooting Network Related issues 00:10:00
Troubleshooting Filesystem Related issues 00:10:00
Troubleshooting Boot Related issues 00:10:00
Troubleshooting Grub Boot Loader 00:10:00
Additional Resources
Virtual Lab Request 00:00:00

Course Reviews

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    The Course Reached my expectations

    5

    The course is up to the mark for my expectations. And the virtual labs are Good for handson practice. There are some videos which are having low audio quality in the initial stage, but they were rectified by Ramkumar.

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    This is good course

    4

    I am also learning solaris from this site, and i found both linux and solaris courses are helpful to me for quicly learn about important concepts of system administration. And the feature to access this course from my mobile is very handy, because i can learn from these sites anytime whenever i get little free time.

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