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Linux Certified System Admin – SA2 (RHEL7)

Prepare for Linux Exam and focuses on the key tasks needed to become a full time Linux Administrator
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 10h 35m
Language: English
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Description

This Training Syllabus comprises of 3 Modules, first two module is from SA1 & SA2 , if you go with Redhat Linux System Administration III  course then it will be R-H-C-E Training.
Linux Certified System Administrator
•  Linux Certified System Admin – SA1 
•  Linux Certified System Admin – SA2  ==> This course module will teach to second part of the Redhat Linux.
R-H-C-E : Linux Certified Engineer
·        Linux Certified System Admin – SA3

Course Description:
Linux Certified System Admin – SA2

This course specifically designed for students who have completed Linux Certified System Admin – SA1.
Linux Certified System Admin – SA2 focuses on the key tasks needed to become a full time Linux Administrator and to validate those skills via the Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam.
Course Outline
Introduction
•Linux System Administration II
•Installation of Linux Enterprise Linux 7
Automating Installation with kickstart
•Overview of kickstart Server
•Features & configuration of kickstart server
•Graphical mode to configure the kickstart config file
•Deploying a new virtual system with kickstart
•Practice Lab Sessions
Regular expressions with grep or pattern matching
•Overview of pattern matching
•Regular expressions fundamental
•Match the regular expressions
•Practice Lab Sessions
Vim Editor – Creating & Editing text files
•Overview of Vim Editor
•Different versions & modes of Vim
•Command Mode, Ex Mode & Exit Mode
•Use of Yank in Vim
•Practice Lab Sessions
Scheduling cron jobs
•at command – scheduling one-time job
•Practice Lab sessions
•Overview of crontab format
•How to schedule jobs at specific time
•Practice Lab Sessions
Access control Lists ACL’s
•Overview of ACL
•Use of command getfacl & setfacl
•Default ACL
•Securing files with ACLs
•Practice Lab Sessions
Disks, Partitions, and File Systems to a Linux System
•Overview of Disks & partitions
•Partition tables , MBR Schemes and GPT
•Primary, Extended & Logical partitions
•Practice Lab Sessions
Logical Volume Manager Administration
•LVM Architecture Overview
•LVM Components
•LVM Logical Volumes
•Logical Volume Creation Overview
•Growing a File System on a Logical Volume
•Logical Volume Backup
•LVM Administration with CLI Commands
•Using CLI Commands
•Physical Volume Administration
•Creating Physical Volumes
•Displaying Physical Volumes
•Preventing Allocation on a Physical Volume
•Resizing a Physical Volume
•Removing Physical Volumes
•Volume Group Administration
•Creating Volume Groups
•Adding Physical Volumes to a Volume Group
•Displaying Volume Groups
•Removing Physical Volumes from a Volume Group
•Changing the Parameters of a Volume Group 
•Activating and Deactivating Volume Groups 
•Removing Volume Groups
NFS Network File Systems

•Overview of NFS Server
•Installation and configuration of NFS Server
•Service in nfs
•rpc, rpcbind services
•How nfs works?
•Configuration file in NFS
Firewalld

•Overview of firewalld in RHEL 7
•Features of firewalld & its advantages over iptables
•firewalld components
•how packet flows
•Limiting network communications
•Practice Lab Sessions
Managing SELinux Security

•Introduction – SELinux
•SELinux Security Concepts
•Changing SELinux Modes
•Practice Lab Sessions
•Changing SELinux Contexts
•SELinux Booleans
•Audit logs & troubleshooting SELinux

You will learn

✓ Preparation of Linux Certified System Administrator
✓ Using Regular Expressions with Grep
✓ Creating And Editing Test Files with VIM
✓ Scheduling Linux Tasks
✓ Controlling access to files with ACLS- Access Control Lists
✓ Adding Disks, Partitions, And File Systems to a Linux System
✓ Swap space concepts
✓ Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
✓ Overview of Firewalls
✓ Firewalld Components
✓ Automating Installation with kickstart
✓ Lab sessions after every theoretically Lectures
✓ SELinux Security
✓ Changing SELinux Contexts
✓ SELinux Booleans
✓ Troubleshooting SELinux

Requirements

• PC or Laptop with internet Connection

This course is for

• There is no formal prerequisites for this course; however, previous system administrator experience on other operating system would be very beneficial.
Professional system administrator and IT Trainer
Hi there, my name is Shikhar Verma And I love making complex technical topics easy to understand.
I have been in the IT Industry for more than 12 years and I had started my career as a Unix and Linux System Engineer in 2005 and currently working as solution architect in multinational company and also a professional IT trainer.
My passion is to work in an environment where my technical skills and experience is put to proper use for the prospective growth of company & his career.   
And I’m here on Udemy to teach what I know in an approachable way. I started teaching courses in 2017, and have taught over 20,000 students. I am grateful every day with being able to connect with so many students in almost every country around the world.    
Primary Skills are Linux, Red Hat Cluster, Ansible, Shell Scripting, AWS Cloud (Amazon Web Services), Linux Cluster, Perl etc

Environment:  HP Servers (Itanium/PA-RISC), Superdome 2 8s,16s & 32s, 9000/RX Series Server running HP-UX 11iv1, v2 and v3, HP P & C Class Blades Servers c7000 running HP-UX/RHEL8,7,6 etc. 
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 10h 35m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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