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Course Overview

As part of Linux Administration, we are covering both Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator (RHCSA) & amp; Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)

Description
This course was designed to share my experience as a Linux system administrator through practical examples and scenarios. If you would like to start a career in Linux or simply improve your knowledge, this course is for you. Throughout the course, I will show you many of the tasks you would encounter when administering a Linux server.

Since being a system administrator, I know you might need to deal with more than only one Linux distribution, what I teach in this course, applies to many of them.

I know that the best way to learn something is by actually doing it, so I created this course by showing how to accomplish the tasks rather than just explaining how to do them in theory.

Course Contents

MODULE#1 – Introduction to Operating system

1.1 - Types of Operating systems
1.2 - Difference between Unix and windows
1.3 - Flavors of Unix Operating system
1.4 - Introduction to Linux operating system
1.5 - Hierarchical file system
1.6 - Hands-On-Lab

 

MODULE#2 – System Initialization

2.1 - Boot Sequence Overview
2.2 - Boot Loader Components
2.3 - GRUB and grub.conf
2.4 - Starting the Boot Process: GRUB
2.5 - Kernel Initialization and init Initialization
2.6 - Run Levels
2.7 - /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
2.8 - /etc/rc.d/rc & /etc/rc.d/rc.local
2.9 - Controlling Services
2.10 -Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#3 – File system creation & managing

3.1 - Understanding file system management
3.2 - Device Recognition and re-configuration
3.3 - Disk Partitioning
3.4 - Managing Partitions
3.5 - File system Labels
3.6 - Creating file system with different ext2 & ext3
3.7 - File system Types & Working with tune2fs
3.8 - Mounting and unmount Filesystem
3.9 - Mounting Other Filesystems
3.10 - Configuring mount: /etc/fstab and options
3.11 - Mount Points and /etc/fstab and Unmount Filesystems
3.12 - The Linux Quota System
3.13 - Trouble shooting issues related to file system
3.14 - Hands-On-Lab

 

 

 

MODULE#4 – Memory management

4.1 - Understanding virtual memory & Physical memory
4.2 - Configuring and managing swap file
4.3 - Configuring and managing swap partition
4.4 - Deleting and release the swap space
4.5 - Monitoring all memory utilization
4.6 - Troubleshooting issues related to swap
4.7 - Hands-On-Lab

 

MODULE#5 – System Monitoring and performance

5.1 - Gathering System information
5.2 - Monitoring Space: df
5.3 - Monitoring Inodes: df
5.4 - Monitoring Disk Usage: du
5.5 - System Processes
5.6 - File Systems & Hardware
5.7 - Monitoring Monitoring CPU
5.8 - Monitoring Memory utilization
5.9 - Monitoring I/O Performance and troubleshooting
5.10 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#6 – User Administration

6.1 - Understand the users in Linux
6.2 - Adding a New User Account
6.3 - Modifying / Deleting User Accounts
6.4 - Group Administration
6.5 - Password Aging Policies and managing passwords
6.6 - Switching Accounts
6.7 - Providing sudo Access
6.8 - Troubleshooting user login issue
6.9 - Authentication Configuration
6.10 - Hands-On-Lab

 

MODULE#7 – Security Administration

7.1 - Managing Permissions of files and directories
7.2 - Changing the user ownership and group ownership
7.3 - SUID and SGID Executables
7.4 - The Sticky Bit
7.5 - Default File Permissions
7.6 - Access Control Lists (ACLs)
7.7 - Troubleshooting issues related to users
7.8 - Activating the iptables Service.
7.9 - TCP Wrappers
7.10 -Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#8 – Package Management

8.1 - RPM Package Manager
8.2 - Installing and Removing Software
8.3 - Updating a Kernel RPM
8.4 - rpm Queries & rpm Verification
8.5 - Configuring and managing yum
8.6 - Searching packages/files
8.7 - Configuring Additional Repositories
8.8 - Creating a private repository
8.9 - Red Hat Network
8.10 - Red Hat Network Server
8.11 - Red Hat Network Client
8.12 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#9 – Network Configuration

9.1 - Understanding TCP/IP Model
9.2 - Network Interfaces
9.3 - Speed and Duplex Settings
9.4 - IPv4 Addresses and configuring
9.5 - Dynamic IPv4 Configuration
9.6 - Default Gateway
9.7 - Configuring Routes in Linux
9.8 - Verify IP Connectivity
9.9 - Defining the Local Host Name
9.10 - Network Configuration Utilities
9.11 - Configuring and managing bonding
9.12 - Understanding logical ports
9.13 - Configuring and managing SSH and SSH Trusting
9.14 - Enabling and disabling network services
9.15 - Configuring and troubleshooting bonding
9.16 - Service Management by using Chkconfig
9.17 - Xinetd Services & xined Daemon
9.18 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#10 – Network Filesystem (NFS) & Autofs

10.1 - Understanding network Filesystem(NFS)
10.2 - Managing NFS daemons
10.3 - Setting Up an NFS Server
10.4 - Setting Up an NFS client
10.6 - Setting up the Configuration Files
10.7 - Configuring , managing autofs
10.8 - Managing configuration files in autofs
10.9 - Troubleshooting issues related to NFS and autof
10.10 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#11 – Network Information services (NIS)

11.1 - Understanding NIS environment
11.2 - Managing NIS deamons
11.3 - Setting up NIS domain
11.4 - NIS server and client configuration
11.5 - Initialize the NIS map database
11.6 - Set up password/shadow map security
11.7 - Troubleshooting issues in NIS
11.8 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#12 – Samba Server Configuration

12.1 - Understanding Configure samba server
12.2 - Configuring and troubleshooting Samba server
12.3 - Configuring and troubleshooting Samba client
12.4 - Communicate with remote clients
12.5 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#13 – Squid proxy server configuration

13.1 - Configuring and troubleshooting Squid server
13.2 - Configuring, troubleshooting reverse Squid server
13.3 - Troubleshooting issues related to Squid Server
13.4 - Managing Deamons and Restarting
13.5 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#14 – Logical Volume Manager

14.1 - What is Logical Volume Manager (LVM)?
14.2 - Creating, managing volume groups
14.3 - Creating Logical Volumes
14.4 - Resizing Logical Volumes
14.5 - Removing the file system associated with LVM
14.6 - Logical Volume Manager Snapshots
14.7 - Using LVM Snapshots
14.8 - Restoring Volume using SNAP shots
14.9 - Troubleshooting issues related to LVM
14.10 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#15 - Kernel Services

15.1 - The Linux Kernel
15.2 - Kernel Images
15.3 - Kernel Modules
15.4 - Kernel Module Utilities
15.5 - Kernel Configuration With /proc
15.6 - /proc Examples
15.7 - sysctl : Persistent Kernel Configuration
15.8 - Kernel Modules and Their Configuration
15.9 - Booting with different kernels
15.10 - Updating a Kernel RPM
15.11 - Reloading kernel modules
15.12 - The /proc file system
15.13 - /proc/sys configuration with sysctl
15.14 - Troubleshooting issues related to kernel performance
15.15 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#16 - FTP Services

16.1 - Understanding FTP server
16.2 - Understanding port number and deamons
16.3 - Configuration and troubleshooting FTP Server.
16.4 - Communicating with vender through ftp
16.5 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#17 - Remote Installation using Kickstart

17.1 - Understanding various installation processes
17.2 - Installation of Physical and virtual machines
17.3 - Anaconda, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installer
17.4 - First Stage: Starting the Installation
17.5 - First Stage: Boot Media
17.6 - Accessing the Installer
17.7 - Network Installation Server
17.8 - Second Stage: Installation Overview
17.9 - Configuring File Systems
17.10 - Advanced Partitioning
17.11 - Understanding the kick start configuration file
17.12 - Understanding the installation logs
17.13 - First Boot: Post-Install Configuration
17.14 - Starting a Kickstart Installation
17.15 - Kickstart: Packages Section
17.16 - Hands-On-Lab

MODULE#18 - Hands On Projects

18.1 - Storage Migration
18.2 - Server build -Physical, VMware & Cloud
18.3 - Live Website deployment using tomcat

MODULE#19 - Hands On Real time Process

19.1 - Revision of Linux
19.2 - Check list
19.3 - Logins
19.4 - Console logins
19.5 - Tools (Ticketing, monitoring etc..)
19.6 - Backup environment
19.7 - Patches
19.8 - ITIL Process
19.9 - Troubleshooting
19.10 - Shell Scripting
19.11 - Real time Activities
19.12 - Real time Projects
19.13 - Server & hardware info
19.14 - Vender Case raising
19.15 - Critical Scenarios
19.16 - Hr & Manager interview QA
19.17 - Group discussion
19.18 - Mails reading
19.19 - About your self
19.20 - About Company profile

MODULE#20 – Interview, Exam Preparation

20.1 - Resume Preparation
20.2 - About Your Self
20.3 - About Company profile
20.4 - Mock Interview
20.5 - Interview Q/A
20.6 - Documents Review
20.7 - Contacts Sharing
20.8 - Understanding Exam Process
20.9 - Exam dumps and exam preparation
20.10 - Final Review

Course Schedule

CLASS TIME(IST) START DATE END DATE DURATION DAY ENROLL
WEEKEND 6:30 AM-9:00 AM 29-Apr-2017 30-May-2017 1 MONTH SAT & SUN
WEEKEND 6:30 PM-9:30 PM 03-June-2017 02-July-2017 1 MONTH SAT & SUN
REGULAR 5:30 PM-6:30 PM 12-June-2017 14-July-2017 1 MONTH MON – FRI

Key features

Live online class
In class questions
Review session
Practice assignments

100% practical oriented sessions
Experienced certified faculty
Resume & Interview guidance
Hands-on projects execution

FAQ’s

Mode of Training ?

We conducting the course via live and interactive sessions. This enables you to ask questions and engage in discussions at any point during the class.

What tools do I need to attend the training sessions?

Laptop/Desktop/ipad with Internet and no need of any software and hardware to do the practices.

We will give you live lab setup documentation

What is covered under the 24/7 Support ?

We also have a dedicated team that provides on demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.

We will also provide the updated documents,Interview question and access to our online practices exam portal

What if we missed the session ?

We will allow to the next batch, also we will provide the backup sessions and will share the recorded session

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