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Essentials of RHEL7 Administration ( Self Paced Video Learning )

  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Total Enrolled 5
  • Last Update January 21, 2021

Description

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

Topics for this course

37 Lessons

Getting Started With Linux

Files and Data Management

Managing User and Groups in Enterprise Environment

Everything is a Process in Linux – Manage Them

Job automation – Save your weekends for family

Service Management using systemd

System Logs – Our real friends to solve problems

File Systems – They know how to manage your data

Kernel – the Heart of Linux Operating System

Linux Booting – time to Understand it

Get Started with Linux Networking

Disk and Storage Management

Software Management in Linux

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