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Redhat Certified Engineer

Redhat Certifies Engineer

Prerequisite :Knowledge of  Basic Computer Hardware and Networking.


Red Hat System Administration - I

Exam Code :RH-124

  • Core skills for the new Linux system administrator
  • Get started with the GNOME graphical desktop
  • Manage files graphically with Nautilus
  • Get help in a graphical environment
  • Configure local services
  • Manage physical storage - I
  • Manage logical volumes
  • Monitor system resources
  • Manage system software
  • Get started with bash
  • Get help in a textual environment
  • Establish network connectivity
  • Administer users and groups
  • Manage files from the command line
  • Secure Linux file access
  • Administer remote systems
  • Configure general services
  • Manage physical storage II
  • Install Linux graphically
  • Manage virtual machines
  • Control the boot process
  • Deploy file-sharing services
  • Secure network services
  • Comprehensive review


    Red Hat System Administration - II

    Exam Code :RH-135                                                                                                             Certification :RHCSA

  • Build command-line administration skills
  • Automated installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Accessing the command line
  • Intermediate command-line tools
  • Regular expressions, pipelines, and I/O redirection
  • Network configuration and troubleshooting
  • Managing simple partitions and file systems
  • Managing flexible storage with the Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
  • Accessing network file-sharing services; NFS and CIFS
  • Managing user accounts
  • Network user accounts with LDAP
  • Controlling access to files
  • Managing SELinux
  • Installing and managing software
  • Managing installed services
  • Analyzing and storing logs
  • Managing processes
  • Tuning and maintaining the kernel
  • System recovery techniques

    Red Hat System Administration - III

    Exam Code :RH-255

    Certification :RHCE

  • Advanced skills for the experienced Linux administrator
  • Getting started with the classroom environment
  • Enhance user security
  • Bash scripting and tools
  • File security with GnuPG
  • Software management
  • Network monitoring
  • Route network traffic
  • Secure network traffic
  • NTP server configuration
  • File systems and logs
  • Centralized and secure storage
  • SSL-encapsulated web services
  • Web server additional configuration
  • Basic SMTP configuration
  • Caching-only DNS server
  • File sharing with NFS
  • File sharing with CIFS
  • File sharing with FTP
  • Troubleshooting boot process