RHCE 7 Certification

RHCE 7 Certification

Overview

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) 7:

RHCE 7 training program designed by NetLabs ITS helps you earn leading certification for Linux network administrators who configure networking services and security on servers running a Red Hat Operating System.

Red Hat Certified Engineer RHCE 7 is an advanced level certification for Red Hat Certified System Administrator RHCSA and determines their efficiency to manage a Linux workstation. RHCE 7 credential equips the professionals to configure networking services, and implement network and local security tasks on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - RHCE 7

Faculty: (RHCE 7) Having years of industry experience with very good feedback by the students. I assure you that you will enjoy the sessions.

We believe in quality and we know that faculty plays the main role in maintaining this.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Hardware and networking knowledge
  • Windows OS basic knowledge is required
  • Previous operating system administration experience is helpful, though not mandatory

Target Audience :

  • Experienced system administrators
  • Experienced senior system administrators
  • RHCSAs who wish to earn a more senior-level knowledge and skills

Duration – 110 Hours (Weekend Classroom sessions ; 4 Hours per session)

Course Content

Red Hat System Administration I RH124

  • Accessing the Command Line
  • Managing Files From the Command Line
  • Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files
  • Managing Local Linux Users and Groups
  • Controlling Access to Files with Linux File System Permissions
  • Monitoring and Managing Linux Process
  • Controlling Services and Daemons
  • Configuring and Security openSSH Service
  • Analyzing and storing Logs
  • Managing Hed Hat Enterprise Linux Networking
  • Archiving and Copying Files Between Systems
  • Installing and Updating Software Packages
  • Accessing Linux File System
  • Using Virtulized Systems
  • Comprehensive review

Upon completion of training, you'd be able to

  • Configuring an Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) initiator
  • Producing and delivering reports on system utilization
  • Using shell scripting to automate system maintenance tasks
  • Configuring system logging, including remote logging
  • Manage DNS for servers
  • Configure Email delivery
  • Provide block-based and file-based storage
  • Configuring static routes, packet filtering, and network address translation
  • Setting kernel runtime parameters
  • Using shell scripting to automate system maintenance tasks
  • Configuring a system to provide networking services, including HTTP/HTTPS, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), network file system (NFS), server message block (SMB), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), secure shell (SSH) and Network Time Protocol (NTP)

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