RedHat Training

Welcome to Linux Technology lover’s!

We are inviting you all for RedHat Training by our experts who had real time experience.┬áIt’s a great to learn from such trainer’s to improve yourself and to meet real time experience.

All you need to have interest to learn Linux Technology and little time from you guy’s.

Training will be provided through online on your scheduled time.

We are offering RHEL7 Training and this will help you to clear RHCSA/ RHCE Certification’s.

Course content:

Part 1
What is Linux?
Linux environment

Introduction to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its versions.
About Red hat certification
Different between Red Hat Linux versions
New features in Red Hat Linux 7

Linux basic commands.
System identification commands
Listing commands

Linux advanced commands.
Basic hardware requirements and Installation.
Support for i386 and x86_64 bit systems
Types of installation
Partitioning plan
Assigning identification information to the installed system.

Structure of Linux.
Hierarchy structure
Types of files.
Setting up symbolic link and hard link.

Partitioning the Hard disk with different mechanisms.
Primary partitions
Logical partitions
Using fdisk
Using parted

File systems and Mounting.
File system structure
About ext3, ext4 and xfs file systems
Creating the file system
Checking the file systems integrity.
Tuning the file system parameters.
Mounting file systems temporally
Mounting the file systems using fstab
Using fuser command
Disk usage commands

User management and configuring user quotas.
Types of users
Configuration files of user management tasks
Creating users and groups
Modifying users and groups
Deleting users and groups
Setting up users profiles
Uses of Disk quota
Configuring user quota
Configuring group quota

Setting up file permissions.
Basic rules of setting permissions
Changing permission using chmod
Changing ownership using chown
Changing group ownership using chgrp
Setting up umask
Configuring sticky bit and setuserid, setgroupid
Using chattr
Using Access control list(ACL)

Using sudo for controlling the users.
Setting up sudo access to normal users using visudo
Setting users to handle particular applications

Package management using RPM and YUM.
Downloading rpms
Installing the packages
Upgrading the packages
Checking the packages.

Process management and monitoring.
Explaining processes
Using different tools for monitoring the processes
Killing the unwanted process
Changing the priority of the processes

Basic Networking
Basic networking devices
Network topologies

Using Networking commands and troubleshooting.
Setting up static ip
Network basic commands
Explaining about network configuration files
Network bonding.

Booting Process
Booting process and GRUB
What are the programs involved in booting
Booting stages
/etc/intitab and runlevels

Part 2
Setting up yum server and clients
Preparing the system for yum server
Configuring local yum server
Configuring yum mirror server.
Setting up yum clients.

Configuring FTP server
Setting up FTP server using vsftpd package
Using /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf
Setting up anonymous access
Denying and allow users to access ftp server.

Building local DNS server and slave
Setting up DNS master server
Change the setting in configuration files
Creating the zone databases
Test the configuration and setup the client systems
Setup the slave server
Assign the slave ip to clients and test the setup

Hosting websites using Apache server
Installing the Apache packages
The apache configuration file
Apache log files
Setting password for websites
Virtual hosting

Securing the Apache server using SSL
Usiing ssl.conf

Setting up ssh server and transferring file using scp, rsync
Using ssh key authentication
Generating the ssh key
Using scp and rsync

Using DHCP server to generate dynamic ips to clients
Installing DHCP server
The DHCP configuration file
Test the client systems

SAMBA server configuration
Installing samba packages
The samba configuration file
Create public share
Configure samba login
Setting up samba clients

Setting up mail server using POSTFIX
Installing postfix packages
Setup postfix as default mail server
The postfix configuration file
The /etc/aliases file
Setting up email clients.

Using squid proxy server to block the websites.
Installing squid packages
The /etc/squid/squid.conf file
Denying and allowing the websites with different methods

Explaining different NFS services
Installing and configuring NFS
Installing AUTOFS
The Autofs configuration files

Centralized user authentication using NIS
Installing NIS packages
Setting up the NIS domain name
Generate the NIS maps databases
Setup the client system

Centralized user authentication using LDAP
Installing the LDAP packages
Setup the configuration using script
Installing the DS console
Setting up the directory suffix
Create users and groups
Pointing LDAP clients to communicate with the server.

Part 3
Configuring IPTABLES
Explaining command structure
input rules, output rules, and forward rules
setting up masquerading
backing up iptable rules

Performance tuning and maintaining logs
Tuning /etc/security/limits.conf file
The sysctl.conf file
Viewing tunable parameters

Tuning the hardware resources using CGROUPS
Explaining about subsystems
Limit the CPU access to users and groups
Limit the memory access to users and groups

SELinux concepts
Using SELinux commands
Basic SELinux settings
About SELinux context
Setting SELinux Booleans

Installing new kernel
Installing new kernel and Recompiling the kernel

Remote accessing using VNC
Installing vnc server and clients
Sharing the graphical desktop to clients

Configuring logical volume manager
Creating PV, VG and LV
Extending vgs
Extending lvs
Vg reduce
Lv reduce
Moving pvs to other vg
Creating snapshot volumes

RAID concepts and setting up software RAID
RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5 concepts
RAID-1 and RAID-5 failover concepts
Creating spare hard disks

Installing OS using kickstart
Creating Kickstart file
Share the kickstart file through NFS
Install the clients using kickstart file

Installing OS using PXE-Boot
configuring TFTP service
configuring DHCP service
configuring nfs service
creating the kickstart file

Dumping TCP data using TCPDUMP
capture packets using tcpdump command
Install Wireshark


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