RHCE Rapid Track Course
Course # RH300
Course Starts On: March 3, 2014 - May 19, 2014 -
Length of the Course: 5 Days
Price: $3,800 – Click Here to Pre Register
Fast track to RHCE certification for senior Linux system administrators
The RHCE® Rapid Track Course (RH299) is designed for senior Linux® system administrators who want to validate their competencies by earning the Red Hat® Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) and Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) credentials. This is a fast-paced review course that combines the RHCSA Rapid Track Course (RH199) and System Administration III (RH254) courses—normally 8 days of training—into a single 4-day course. Building on the students’ extensive knowledge of command-line-based Linux administration, the course moves very quickly through the intermediate and advanced tasks covered by lab-based knowledge checks and facilitative discussions.
By the end of this course, the senior Linux administrator student will have been exposed to all the intermediate and advanced competencies tested by the RHCSA and RHCE exams. Exams sold separately.
Course content summary
- Package management
- Network management
- Storage management
- Account and authentication management
- Installation, Kickstart, and virtualization
- SELinux and firewall management
- Web service
- Email service
- Network file-sharing services
This course is recommended for:
An experienced Linux system administrator with at least 3 years of Linux experience who wants a fast-track solution to earn an RHCE certification.
An experienced Solaris system administrator who’s completed the Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators (RH290) course.
This course is not recommended for students who have successfully completed the RHCSA Rapid Track Course (RH200). For those students, we recommend the Red Hat System Administration III (RH254) course.
To qualify for this course, students must:
~ Meet the requirements for attending Red Hat System Administration I, II, and III courses.
~ Have the same skill set as an RHCT/RHCSA.
Unit 1: Software Management
Objective: Manage packages with yum, rpm, and RHN; build an RPM package and place it in a repository.
Unit 2: Network Management
Objective: Configure and troubleshoot network settings; configure network bonding and IP aliases.
Unit 3: Storage Management
Objective: Manage partitioning, file systems, and swap space; configure encrypted partitions and iSCSI initiator.
Unit 4: Logical Volume Management (LVM)
Objective: Manage physical volumes, volume groups, and logical volumes with their file systems.
Unit 5: Account Management
Objective: Provide password aging for accounts; use ACLs and SGID directories for collaborative directories.
Unit 6: Authentication Management
Objective: Configure an LDAP and Kerberos client; configure autofs to support an authentication client; configure sudo and SSD.
Unit 7: Installation, Kickstart, and Virtualization
Objective: Install a system and manage kickstart and firstboot; use virtualization tools to manage virtual machines.
Unit 8: Boot Management
Objective: Configure runlevels and sysctl; reset the root password; understand the boot process.
Unit 9 : Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) Management
Objective: Understand, troubleshoot, and manage SELinux.
Unit 10: Firewall Management
Objective: Manage the firewall.
Unit 11: Network Time Protocol (NTP) Service
Objective: Configure an NTP server and provide that service to clients.
Unit 12: System Logging Service
Objective: Create disk, I/O, and memory usage reports; configure remote logging.
Unit 13: Web (HTTP/HTTPS) Service
Objective: Manage a web server with virtual hosts, CGI scripts, and user-based file/directory access controls.
Unit 14: SMTP Service
Objective: Null client; outbound smarthost relay; accept inbound connections.
Unit 15: Caching-only (DNS) Service
Objective: Configure a caching nameserver and DNS forwarder.
Unit 16: File Sharing with NFS
Objective: Manage and secure the NFS service using NFSv3 and NFSv4.
Unit 17: File Sharing with CIFS
Objective: Configure the CIFS to provide home directories, file sharing, and printer service; use a client to access the CIFS shares.
Unit 18: File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service
Objective: Provide FTP drop-box upload service.
Unit 19: Secure Shell (SSH) Service
Objective: Configure and implement SSH keys.