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Red Hat Linux Certified System Admin – SA3

Prepare for RHCE Exam and is desinged for experienced Linux system administrator
Instructor:
Shikhar Verma
536 students enrolled
Preparation of RHCSA – Certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administrator
Overview of Systemd
Features of Systemd
Network Manager Overview
Network Teaming
Teaming Policies and its configurations
Managing DNS Servers
Concepts of DNS Severs
How DNS works over the internet
Types of DNS Servers
Configuring iSCSI Targets & Initiators
iSCSI Fundamentals
Network File Systems
Confguration of NFS and how it works
Variables, for loops
if else & case statements
Apache Web Server
Writing Bash Scripts
Postfix Mail Server
Introduction Dovecot, Imap & pop3
Thunderbird - Mail User Agent ( Configure Mail Box)

Course Description:

Red Hat Certified System Admin – SA3

The RHCE Training Syllabus comprises of 3 Module , first two module is from RHCSA Part (RH124 , RH134), if you go with Red Hat System Administration III (RH254) course then it will be RHCE Training.

RHCSA : Red Hat Certified System Administrator

  •   Red Hat Certified System Admin – SA1

  •   Red Hat Certified System Admin – SA2

RHCE : Red Hat Certified Engineer

·        Red Hat Certified System Admin – SA3 ==> This course module will teach to third book

This course specifically designed for students who have completed Linux Certified System Admin – SA1/SA2. Linux System Administration is designed for experienced Linux system administrators with the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification or equivalent skills.
This course is intended to help students broaden their ability to administer Linux systems at an enterprise level.

Course Outline

Introduction

·        Red Hat System Administration II

·        Installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Controlling Services & Daemons

·        Overview of Systemd in RHEL 7

·        About Daemons, Process & Services

·        Primary advantages of systemd over init

·        Features of systemd

·        Practice Lab Sessions

Managing IPv4 Networking

·        NetworkManager Overview

·        Viewing networking information

·        Familiar with nmcli command

·        Configure & modify the Nic Interface using nmcli 

·        Practice Lab Sessions

Network Teaming

·        Overview of Network Teaming

·        Policies of Network Teaming

·        Creating teaming virtual interface – (how to configure NIC Teaming as Active Backup (Failover)

·        Managing Network Teaming

Managing DNS for Servers

·        Overview of DNS Servers

·        Concepts of DNS

·        Root Name Servers

·        How dns works over the internet?

·        BIND Packages

·        Types of DNS Servers

·        Overview of Resource records

·        Configuration Steps of DNS Server

·        Practice Lab Session

Configuring iSCSI Targets & Initiators

·        About iSCSI

·        iSCSI fundamentals

·        iSCSI Components terminology

·        Practice Lab Sessions

NFS

·        Overview of NFS

·        Services of NFS

·        How NFS works?

·        Various configuration files of NFS

Writing Bash Scripts

·        Bash Shell Scripting basics

·        Writing Bash Scripts

·        Variables & for loops

·        Practice Lab Sessions

Conditional Structures

·        if/then Statement

·        case statement

·        Practice Lab Sessions

Firewalld

·        Overview of firewalld in RHEL 7

·        Features of firewalld & its advantages over iptables

·        Enable/Disable a Service

·        Lab on port forwarding 

·        Managing Rich Rules

·        Lab Session on Rich Rules

·        Masquerading & port forwarding

·        Practice Lab Sessions
 

 

Apache Web Server Administration

·        Basic Setup

·        Verify installation

·        Package files

·        Main configuration file(s)

·        Backup

·        Edit the httpd.conf configuration file

·        ServerRoot

·        PidFile

·        ServerName

·        Add site to /etc/hosts file

·        DocumentRoot

·        ErrorLog

·        Listen

·        Create your HTML documents

·        Start the Web Server

·        Access the web site

·        Summary of basic setup

·        Directory tags            

·        Order (allow, deny)      

·        Indexes

·        Virtual Hosts

·        .htaccess

·        Create .htaccess file             

·        Create .htpasswd file             

·        Copy .htaccess to restricted directory        

·        Configure httpd.conf to allow authentication via .htaccess   

·        Encrypted Sessions               

·        Main configuration file(s)           

·        Edit the ssl.conf configuration file  

·        Openssl & Mod_ssl    

·        LoadModule             

·        Listen            

·        VirtualHost             

·        Create SSL certificate          

·        Create Certificate Authority (CA)      

·        Create server key           

·        Edit ssl.conf configuration file

·        Server Certificate          

·        Server Private Key           

·        Certificate Authority         

Postfix Mail Server Configuration

·        The structure of the Email System

        1.1 Mail User Agent

        1.2 Mail Transfer Agent

        1.3 Mail Delivery Agent

        1.4 SMTP

  ·   Configuring an RHEL Email System

  ·   Postfix Pre-Installation Steps

  ·   Installing Postfix on RHEL 7

  ·    Configuring Postfix

  ·    Starting Postfix on an RHEL System

  ·     Configure a Null Client

  ·     Relayhost

  ·    Introduction Dovecot, Imap & pop3

  ·    Configuring Dovecot

  ·    Thunderbird – Mail User Agent ( Configure Mail Box)

 

 

Introduction

1
Introduction
2
Links to Download RHEL7 and VMware Workstation
3
RHEL 7 Installation - Step 1
4
RHEL 7 Installation - Step 2
5
Connect from putty

Controlling Services and daemons

1
Overview of Systemd
2
Features of systemd
3
systemctl and system units

Managing Networking

1
NetworkManager Overview
2
Practice Lab Session -1
3
Practice Lab Session -2

Network Teaming

1
Overview of Network Teaming
2
Teaming Policies
3
Configure Activebackup Teaming
4
Testing Network Teaming

Managing DNS Servers

1
Overview of DNS Server
2
Concept of DNS
3
Root Name Servers
4
How DNS Works Over the Internet?
5
BIND Package
6
Types of DNS Servers
7
main conf file of dns
8
Resource Records
9
Practice Lab Session - 1
10
Practice Lab Session - 2
11
Practice Lab Session - 3
12
Troubleshooting of dns issues

Configuring iSCSI Targets & Initiator

1
About iSCSI Targets
2
iSCSI Fundamentals
3
iSCSI Component Terminology
4
Lab 1
5
Lab 2
6
Lab 3

NFS Network File Systems

1
Overview of NFS
2
Services in NFS
3
rpc services
4
How nfs works
5
Configuration files in NFS
6
Practice Lab Session - 1
7
Practice Lab Session - 2
8
Practice Lab Session - 3

Firewalld - Network Port Security

1
Managing Firewalld
2
Enable/Disable a service
3
Lab on port forwarding
4
Managing Rich Rules
5
Lab - 1
6
Lab -2
7
Masquerading & Port forwarding
8
Lab - 1
9
Lab - 2
10
Last lecture

Apache httpd web service

1
Overview about Apache httpd web service
2
Basic Setup
3
Apache Main Conf file - 1
4
Apache Main Conf file - 2
5
Practice Lab Session
6
Order (Allow, Deny)
7
Indexes
8
Practice Lab Session on Indexes
9
.htaccess - Security Restrictions on directories
10
Practice Lab Session
11
Secure a web server
12
Encrypted Communication using SSL (443 port)
13
Practice Lab Session

Postfix Mail Server Configuration

1
How email flows from sender to receiver
2
Mail Service Components
3
Configure Linux Mail Server (main.cf)
4
mynetworks - parameter
5
mydestination - parameter
6
Lab on mydestination parameter
7
Postfix mail flow
8
Practice Lab Session
9
About Dovecot, Imap & pop3
10
Configuring Dovecot
11
thunderbird - mail user agent for accessing mails

Writing Bash Scripts

1
Bash Shell Scripting Basics
2
Writing Bash Scripts
3
Variables in Bash Scripts
4
Lab Session
5
for loops
6
Lab - 1
7
Lab - 2
8
Lab - 3

Conditional Structures

1
if/then statement
2
Lab Practice Sessions - 1
3
Lab Practice Sessions - 2
4
case statement
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