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Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) known as “crown jewel of Linux certifications” proves the eligibility of candidates on live systems. RHCE certification proves your ability to configure networking services and security on servers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RHCE is a mid-level certification for administrators who support Linux as a primary server platform in their environment.

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Linux Features and Structures of Linux

  • Speed , Stability and Security
  • System Architecture
  • Linux kernel version conceptLinux user/group Administration and Management
  • Concept of root user ,users and group
  • User account/password creation and management
  • Group assignment and management
  • Configuring user account with certain root privilege
  • ACL management
    File and directory access control Mechanism
  • File and directory ownership and permission
  • Concept of suid ,sgid and sticky bit and its uses
  • File system access control lists
  • Exploring extended attributes
  • User,Group ,Other(UGO) Concepts, Manage Permissions Using GUI tools,
  • Manage Permissions from the command line
    Basics commands and important Directory and files
  • Basic command understanding
  • Basic Regular Expressions, Using grep, Pipelines and Redirection
  • The Location Of Important Directories And Files
  • System and Network Activity Monitoring
  • Network Management and Packet Filtering
  • Software Management
  • Web-Service Management
  • File Sharing Across Platforms
  • Basic SMTP ManagementLinux Features and Structures of Linux
  • Speed , Stability and Security
  • System Architecture
  • Linux kernel version conceptLinux user/group Administration and Management
  • Concept of root user ,users and group
  • User account/password creation and management
  • Group assignment and management
  • Configuring user account with certain root privilege
  • ACL management

File and directory access control Mechanism

  • File and directory ownership and permission
  • Concept of suid ,sgid and sticky bit and its uses
  • File system access control lists
  • Exploring extended attributes
  • User,Group ,Other(UGO) Concepts, Manage Permissions Using GUI tools,
  • Manage Permissions from the command line

Basics commands and important Directory and files

  • Basic command understanding
  • Basic Regular Expressions, Using grep, Pipelines and Redirection
  • The Location Of Important Directories And FilesMonitor System Resources
  • Understand Process,Priority
  • Monitor System Resources
  • Monitor Processes by CPU or Memory Consumption
  • Manage Running Process,
  • Monitor Disk usage

 

Installing and Managing Software

  • Identify installed Packages,
  • Register with RedHat Network Install,
  • Remove and update Packages

Managing Installed services

  • Manage services , Confirm service availabilityGet Started with Bash
  • Bash syntax, Using Bash , Launching Graphical tools from bashLinux Kernel System Boot process Virtual Consoles Linux Documentation & Man pages
  • Live step-by-step installations
  • Network installation concept
  • Create a kickstart file with system-config-kickstart,
  • Make the kickstart file available to installers, create boot media,
  • point the installer to a kickstart file, modify a kickstart file
    Linux File system
  • Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 Features
  • Standard/Customize partition
  • Adding SWAP space
  • Enable data privacy with file system encryption
  • Manage Files from the command lineLinux Installation
  • Live step-by-step installations
  • Network installation concept
  • Create a kickstart file with system-config-kickstart,
  • Make the kickstart file available to installers, create boot media,
  • point the installer to a kickstart file, modify a kickstart filePractice

 

Configuring basic Network client services-TELNET

  • Uses and configurations of TELENET SSH SCP SUDOSSH SCP FTP SUDOSUDO
  • Xinetd
  • SSH Server and Using SSH Keys
  • TFTP Server
  • Deploy an FTP server and FTP configurations and securing FTP
  • Anonymous uploadAdminister Remote Systems
  • Remote GNOME Desktop Access, Remote Shell Access,
  • Remote File Transfers, Archives and File compression,
  • Using SSH KeysPackage management
  • RPM ,TAR
  • RPM package design
  • RPM package Specifications, building and signing an RPM package,
  • publish RPM package
  • using hard-links
  • YUM serverLogging management
  • Locations of different logs and its importance
  • Log analysis to resolve the problems
  • Setting different log level
  • configure a remote logging serviceJob and process management
  • Investigation and managing process
  • >Process listing for root and other users
  • Managing Process, Terminating and Governing Process, Managing periodic tasks, scheduling deferred tasks
  • Cron job schedulingSystem file and user file management
  • Finding and processing files
  • Locate files and system toolsTime synchronization concept
  • NTP configurations
  • Time sync with time server
  • Display time in UT IST and GMT
  • Trouble shootingManagement of Printer
  • CUPS configuration
  • Generic Printer configurations
  • Brand specific printer configurations
  • Printer page settings
  • Remote management of printers
  • Adding Local/Network Printer
  • Manage Print Queues
  • Manage Print jobs
  • Printing a test page
  • Creating Printer Aliases
  • Modifying Existing PrinterRemoval Media/Pen Drive (USB access) management
  • Removal Media/Pen Drive access/Denied to ROOT users
  • Removal Media/Pen Drive access/Denied to other usersX-Windows Management
  • X-windows concept and configurations
    Practice

Kernel Management

  • Kernel monitoring
  • Kernel parameter configurationsEssential Network Concepts, Linux Network Configuration and Bonding concept
  • Static and Dynamic Network configurations
  • Channel Bonding configurations with multiple NIC card
  • Fail over testing
  • IP trouble shooting tools/Network toolsAdvanced Network Configuration
  • Network interface configuration � IP Aliases, Network Interface configuration-
  • Tuning Kernel Network Parameters, Static Route Configuration

Directory Services- NIS and LDAP

  • Centralized user, services and directory Management using NIS
  • Yp server/yp client
  • Introductions to LDAP
  • Comparison between NIS , NIS+ and LDAP
  • Trouble shooting

File System Management

  • Concept of File System
  • NFS concept and Configurations
  • NFS parameter management
  • RPC port mapper
  • Autofs implementations
  • Automount with fstab
  • Securing NFS
  • Trouble shooting
  • Providing Home Directories as CIFS shares, Accessing CIFS shares ,
  • Configuring Group and Print CIFS SharesLVM /Disk Management
  • General LVM Concepts and Terms
  • Displaying Current LVM Usage
  • Initial LVM Deployment
  • Extending a Volume Group
  • Extending a logical Volume
  • Removing a physical Volume
  • Adding New File System
  • Swap space concepts and Managing SWAP
  • Examine File System Attributes, Modify File system Attributes,
  • Delete an Existing Partition
  • Disk quota
  • User quota
  • Group quota
  • Create a snapshot to facilitate data backupVirtual Machine
  • Managing virtual MachinePractice SAMBA Server
  • Concept and configurations
  • File and print services
  • Authentication through SAMBA
  • Smbmount , smbclient services
  • CIFS
  • Troubling ShootingSecure Network Services-IP tables , Firewall and NAT
  • Activate and Deactivate Firewall Protection,
  • Modify the Firewall to Allow Access to Trusted services,
  • IPtables concept
  • Configurations of Linux as firewall and NAT Devices
  • Troubling shooting with different optionsHttp Server and Apache Tomcat Server
  • Deploy a web server, web server configuration
  • Name & IP Based Virtual Hosting
  • Authentication through SSL
  • SSL Encapsulated web services
  • Securing Apache With Encryption, Customizing a self-signed certificate,
  • Generating a certificate signing requestDHCP& DNS
  • DHCP and DNS understanding
  • Implementations of BIND
  • DHCP& DNS Configuration as Server
  • DNS slave configurations<
  • Securing DHCP and DNS
  • Forward and reverse lookup
  • DNS client command
  • DHCP-Server/Client setup
  • Trouble shootingDigital certificate and Encryptions
  • Concept and understanding and configurationsSquid and Radius server
  • Concept and configurations
  • AAA concept
  • Squid as proxy and caching server
  • ACL for restricting accessPAM module
  • Concept and configurations
  • Productions usesMail Server , postfix and IMAP POP3
  • Configuring mail service
  • SMTP server , POP3/IMAP
  • Basic E-mail DeliveryManaging selinux
  • Selinux Introduction
  • Basic Selinux security Concepts, selinux modes,
  • Use the selinux Management tool to change selinux modes,Display selinux contexts of processes and files,Display and modify selinux file contexts,
  • manage selinux booleans, monitor selinux violations
  • Troubleshooting Selinux
  • usesText Editor
  • Exploring different type of text editor: vi , emacs Shell Scripting
  • Shell script concept
  • Type of Shell utility
  • Automation of FTP using Shell script
  • CrontabTask Schedulers at, cron & anacron daemons
    PracticeTCP Wrapper in Linux
  • Concept understanding and configurations
    Tuning and Maintaining the Kernel
  • Supported Architectures and Kernel identification, Managing kernel modules,
  • Specifying kernel boot parameters, upgrading your kernel
    Rescue Mode
  • Trouble-Shooting With Rescue ModeBoot Loader
  • Trouble shooting With Boot LoaderExploring typical File configurations
  • Passwd fstab grub.conf yp.conf rc.local , passwd aging etcRAID
  • Hardware and Software RAID configurationNAT
  • NAT concept
  • Practice

Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) Fundamental Red Hat system administration skills

  • Graphical Installation of Linux
  • Managing Physical Storage
  • Introduction to the command line
  • Learning how to install and configure local components and services
  • Establishing network and securing network services
  • Managing and securing files
  • Administrating users and groups
  • Deploying file-sharing services
  • GUI-based tools and key command-line concepts
  • Basic Security Skills
    Red Hat System Administration II with RHCSA Exam (RH135) Building command-line adminstration skills
  • Network Configuration and Troubleshooting
  • Managing File Systems and Logical Volumes
  • Controlling User and File Access
  • Installing and Managing Services and Processes
  • Essential Command-Line Operations
  • Troubleshooting File Systems and Partitioning
  • LVM, Access Control, and Package Management
    Red Hat System Administration III with RHCSA and RHCE Exams (RH255)
  • Advanced Skills for the Experienced Linux Administrator
  • Enhancing User Security
  • Disk Management with Internet Small Computer System Interface (ISCSI)
  • System and Network Activity Monitoring
  • Network Management and Packet Filtering
  • Software Management
  • Web-Service Management
  • File Sharing Across Platforms
  • Basic SMTP Management

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