Description

Red Hat Linux is the leading server operating system in the world, acquiring nearly 70% of the servers in the world. The market share of Red Hat is around 60%. There is a consistent growth in the adoption of Red Hat Linux and currently, 7% of the web servers in the world run LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP). The major reason for the wide adoption of Linux is that it provides flexible and scalable solutions. Red Hat Linux administrators are continuously in demand as the usage of the OS from small to big applications is on a much higher level. Most of the devices like routers, firewalls, switches and smartphones use Linux as its core operating system. Mostly every other app we use today, may it be a food ordering app or a money transfer app, the backend infrastructure to develop this kind of apps or web applications is Linux based operating system predominantly Linux based OS Red Hat.

This particular course, Red hat Linux, is an instructor-led course with a mean batch size of ten students. Within the 60 hours of classroom, students will obtain the theoretical & practical knowledge/information about required skills. The trainer’s holistic approach is stemmed to satisfy the long-run wants of the scholar.  They facilitate 100% job/placement post the successful completion of the course & also provide the students with an option to take a demo class before enrolling for the course.

What will I Learn?

  • By the end of this course, you will be a professional Linux administrator and be able to apply for Linux jobs
  • You will be able to take the EX-200 exam and become a Redhat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA - EX200)
  • You will gain advanced Linux systems administration skills and have a deep understanding of Linux fundamentals and concepts

Specifications

  • Free Demo
  • 100% Placement Assistance
  • Interactive Learning
  • Missed Class Recovery
  • Certification by Institute
  • Instalment Facility
  • Interview Training

Red hat Linux

  • Introduction to unix, installation of linux
  • User, group administration, acl
  • Disk partitions, by using fdisk
  • Mounting file systems, swap file system
  • Backup and recovery, tar, cpio
  • Basics of nfs, sharing data
  • Disk quotas, lvm, raid
  • Dhcp, dns, mail, web, ftp, yum
  • History of unix and linux
  • Basic concepts of operating system, kernel, shell & file system structure
  • Basic concepts of linux
  • Differences between centos, red hat enterprise linux & fedora
  • Basic commands of linux
  • Advanced linux commands
  • Installation of linux
  • Inter active installation
  • Network based installation
  • Introduction to graphical environment
  • Use and customize the gnome interface
  • Perform command tasks using the gnome gui
  • Launch applications from command line & gnome interface
  • Customize x window system
  • Software package administration
  • Installing and deleting software packages
  • Querying and updating software packages
  • User and group administration
  • Creating and deleting users from the systems
  • Modifying users profile
  • Creating and deleting groups
  • Important system files related to user administration
  • Advanced file permissions
  • Assigning advanced files permissions i.e. chmod, chown, chgrp & sticky bit
  • Creating, modifying and deleting acl's
  • Disk partitioning and mounting file system
  • Using fdisk, disk druid utilities for disk partitioning
  • Configuring and installation of zimbra server
  • Integrate on of zimbra with ldap
  • Configuraing kickstart
  • Installing os with network
  • Booting process
  • Booting initialization
  • Kernel initialization
  • Init process
  • Starting the daemons
  • Creating users mail accounts / creating groups
  • Taking backup of mail accounts
  • Maintaining the logs of mail accounts
  • Configuration of outlook , appletalk,mobile mail
  • Nagios monitoring tool
  • Installation & configuration of nagios & plugings
  • Create nagios user & group
  • Installation & configuration of web interface for nagios
  • Starting the service
  • Adding multiple servers & clients in nagios
  • Ntp server
  • Configuring of ntp server
  • Starting the service
  • Ntp synchronization
  • Configuring on client
  • Remote installation
  • Troubleshooting system
  • Recovering the super user password
  • Recovering the bootloader
  • Troubleshooting network related problems
  • Samba server
  • Configuring samba server
  • Configuring windows for sharing
  • Virtualization
  • Managing vm’s with kvm
  • Cloning the vm
  • Starting stoping vm’s
  • Log server
  • Configuring log server
  • Log rotation
  • Analyzing logs
  • Kernel updating
  • Changing current kernel
  • Upgrading kernel using yum
  • Ipbonding
  • Configuring ipbonding
  • Nic failover
  • Load balance
  • Using mkfs, commands to create file systems
  • Mounting various file systems
  • Auto mounting of file system
  • Disk quotas
  • Enabling quotas on partitions
  • Creating quotas for users
  • Auditing quotas limit
  • Backup and recovery
  • Introduction to various types of backup media
  • Backup and restoring using tar and cpio commands
  • Nfs
  • Configuring nfs server
  • Mounting nfs exports on nfs clients
  • Dynamic host configuration protocol (dhcp)
  • Configuring linux as dhcp server
  • Configuring various clients for dhcp server (windows & linux)
  • Dns server
  • Configuration of dns server
  • Configuration of primary dns server
  • Configuration of forward lookup zone
  • Configuration of reverse lookup zone
  • Testing tool of dns zones
  • Adding services in dns
  • Web server (apache)
  • Basics of web service
  • Introduction to apache
  • Configuring apache for main site
  • Configuring apache for multiple sites using ip-based, port-based and name-based virtual hosting
  • Ftp server (vsftp daemon)
  • Basics of file transfer protocol
  • Configuring vsftpd for anonymous ftp service
  • Raid (redundant array of inexpensive disks) & logical volume manager
  • Implementing raidon linux
  • Raid levels (0, 1 and 5) configuration using raid tools
  • Resizing the partition using lvm

 

Advanced Topics

  • Webserver (apache)
  • Introduction of apache
  • Comparison between http and https
  • Generating ssl key & creating ca
  • Configuring https
  • Configuring https client
  • Zimbra mail server
  • Proxy server
  • Proxy server configuration
  • Creating acl’s to restrict the internet to users
  • Proxy cache server

Mr.Loganadan

  • 12+ years of Experience in Production Administrator & AWS Cloud &
  • Corporate Training.
  • Trained more than 500+ students on Linux at Apponix.
  • 5 * rating from all our students.
  • Well versed in Linux Administration,
  • Accountable for AWS business solutions.
  • Implementation and configuration of
  • Linux Server with best practice.
  • Preparation of Project Documentation & Architectural diagrams.
  • Excellent practical experience in Production, Development and UAT Environments.
  • Detail-oriented, with proven communication and analytical skills; can handle multiple tasks to meet deadlines in pressure situations.
  • Excellent training delivery skills with an ability to present information well.
  • Demonstrable experience of being student focused and completing projects to hit deadlines and targets.

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Description

Red Hat Linux is the leading server operating system in the world, acquiring nearly 70% of the servers in the world. The market share of Red Hat is around 60%. There is a consistent growth in the adoption of Red Hat Linux and currently, 7% of the web servers in the world run LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP). The major reason for the wide adoption of Linux is that it provides flexible and scalable solutions. Red Hat Linux administrators are continuously in demand as the usage of the OS from small to big applications is on a much higher level. Most of the devices like routers, firewalls, switches and smartphones use Linux as its core operating system. Mostly every other app we use today, may it be a food ordering app or a money transfer app, the backend infrastructure to develop this kind of apps or web applications is Linux based operating system predominantly Linux based OS Red Hat.

This particular course, Red hat Linux, is an instructor-led course with a mean batch size of ten students. Within the 60 hours of classroom, students will obtain the theoretical & practical knowledge/information about required skills. The trainer’s holistic approach is stemmed to satisfy the long-run wants of the scholar.  They facilitate 100% job/placement post the successful completion of the course & also provide the students with an option to take a demo class before enrolling for the course.

What will I Learn?

  • By the end of this course, you will be a professional Linux administrator and be able to apply for Linux jobs
  • You will be able to take the EX-200 exam and become a Redhat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA - EX200)
  • You will gain advanced Linux systems administration skills and have a deep understanding of Linux fundamentals and concepts

Specifications

  • Free Demo
  • 100% Placement Assistance
  • Interactive Learning
  • Missed Class Recovery
  • Certification by Institute
  • Instalment Facility
  • Interview Training
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