RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer — RHCE)

 

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) is earned by a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) who has demonstrated the knowledge, skill and ability required of senior system administrators responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

 

An RHCE® certification is earned by a Red Hat® Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) who has demonstrated the knowledge, skill, and ability required of a senior system administrator responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux® systems. Professionals holding this certification have continually helped their companies with successful deployments and migrations.

 

Hiring IT professionals who are certified as RHCEs allows many organizations to increase their ratio of servers to administrators, enabling them to be more cost effective in building out their infrastructures without needing to bring on additional resources.

 

The full RHCE (RHEL 6) curriculum consists of three courses or modules:

RH124 – Red Hat System Administration I 

RH135 – Red Hat System Administration II

RH255 – Red Hat System Administration III

 

Prerequisites: 

 

*  Students who are IT professionals, including Microsoft Windows and network administrators, who need to perform essential Linux Administration tasks including installation, establishing network connectivity, managing physical storage, and basic security administration.

* There are no formal perquisites for this course; however, previous system administration experience on other operating systems will be very beneficial.

 

LINUX SYSTEM AND NETWORK ADMINISTRATION

 

¨  Module I

 

¡  Introduction to UNIX/LINUX

 

UNIX Operating System Architecture

 

¡  Users, Groups and Permissions

 

Examining Permissions

 

¡  Linux Operating System

 

¡  Linux Installation

 

¡  Hard Disk Partition Details

 

¡  Linux File System

 

¡  Dual Boot Installation

 

¡  Desktop Familiarization

 

Text and GUI Mode

 

Virtual Terminals

 

GNOME and KDE Desktop

 

¡  UNIX Shell

 

¡  UNIX Commands

 

¡  Shell Commands

 

–  File System Management

 

–  File Management and Viewing

 

–  Help, Job and Process Management

 

–  Network Management

 

–  System Management

 

–  User Management

 

–  Printing and Programming

 

–  Document Preparation

 

–  Miscellaneous

 

¡  System Initialization and Services

 

Boot Sequence, Runlevels & Daemon Processes

 

¡  User Administration

 

User Creation/ Suspension & Deletion

 

Group Administration

 

Module II

 

¡  Network Configuration

 

 

¡  Task Schedulers

 

 

¡  Disk quota management

 

¡  Backup and Restore

 

¡  Adding and Removing Software Packages

 

¡  Setting Printer

 

¡  System Monitoring

 

File System Analysis

 

System Log Files & Analysis

 

¡  System Troubleshooting

 

File system Corruption and Recovery

 

Things to check: The X Window System

 

Service, Networking & Booting

 

The Rescue Environment

 

Recovery Runlevels, Boot Floppies

 

¡  DHCP

 

–  Server setup

 

–  Client setup

 

¡  NFS

 

NFS Server & Client configuration

 

Autofs implémentations

 

¡  Samba Server

 

File & Print Service

 

 

¡  Basic Concept of DNS

 

Implementation of BIND

 

forward & reverse lookup

 

DNS Directives

 

¨  Module III

 

¡  Apache Web Server

 

Basic Configuration

 

Name based Virtual Hosting

 

Restriction through htaccess

 

¡  Send mail – Mail Server

 

Configuring mail service

 

SMTP Server

 

ú  POP3 / IMAP Server

 

 

¡  Disk management with iSCSI

 

¡  Linux System as a Router

 

Setup and configuration

 

Static Routing

 

¡  SELinux Configuration

 

¡  Firewall Using IPTables

 

Filter and NAT rules

 

 

Course Fees: 15000 + 12.36% Service Tax

Duration:   1 Month

Batches: Week days/ Weekends / Corporate Training/ Fast rack Training

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