RHCSA Certification Training
RHCSA Certification Training
First of all, you should understand that RHCSA Certification Training offered by The Skill Pedia aims to enhance your skills and expertise in administring Linux deployments. The course include RHEL 7 installation and creating environment for the Training. RHCSA Certification from RedHat is one of the most prestigious certification. It verifies real life skills of the candidate. Since it is entry-level exam, therefore, there is no prerequisite for this exam. Furthermore, RHCSA is the prerequisite for Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE).
RHCSA Exam Details
- Types of Questions: The EX200 consists of hands-on tasks. These tasks mimic real tasks that Linux administrators deal with on a daily basis in their professional environments. As a result, when the Exam starts, you will face a Real Linux Machine.
- Number of Questions: There are between 10 and 15 Scenarios in the Exam
- Passing Score: You need to score210 marks out of 300.
- Time Limit: The duration of the exam is2 hours 30 minutes.
- How to Register: Through http://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/individual-exam-sessions.
Who should enroll for RHCSA Certification Training?
The RHSCA Certification training is ideal for System Administrators, Database Administrators, Support Technicians, Linux System Administrator. In addition, it is ideal for any IT Professional who want to become a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
Training Course Includes
- Lab Assignments for practice
- Video Lectures – Most Important – The RHCSA Certification Training includes Interactive Videos. Hence, as you attend a real lecture in a classroom, the video will pause to test your learning. So, you will have to answers questions based on the topics covered. Such quiz or progress checks are inserted at every 5-7 Minutes. Most noteworthy, this ensures the attentive observation of the Videos/Demos. Consequently, you will not be able to forward the video.
- Open Discussions – Every Course have an associated Discussion Forum. Another feature to will help you connect with the trainer and ask questions.
- Exit Test – After you complete a Unit, you will have to clear the Test associated with the Unit. Due to this, you will be able to proceed to next unit only after clearing the previous unit.
- Certification – The Certification will be generated dynamically. You will be certified automatically with your performance “Badge”. You will be able to download this certificate. Since the certificate will have unique ID, you can share this ID with any Company. In conclusion, they can verify this online at www.theskillpedia.com.
RHCSA Course Contents
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|Prepare for Red Hat Certifications|
|RHCSA 1 Introduction and Objectives of RHCSA||00:40:00|
|This unit highlights all objectives of RHCSA|
|RHCSA 2 Pre-Requisite for RHCSA||FREE||00:45:00|
|This unit will make you familiar with RHCSA Pre-Requisites.|
|RHCSA 3 Lab Setup Required Getting Ready for the installation||00:20:00|
|Installation Requirements, The Advantages of Network Installation, Virtual and Physical Systems, Environment for Practice Labs, Space Distribution, Baseline Installation Memory Need for our Labs, System for different Roles The Invisible System – Physical Machine, Take a decision for Lab Setup, Use of tester and outsider Systems, Installation Options, Boot Media, Create your Media and Get Ready|
|RHCSA 4 Installing CentOS 7 for Lab Setup||02:00:00|
|Install Modes – Text or Graphical, Forcing for Text Mode Installation, Basic Installation Steps, Network Installation Installation of CentOS 7.4|
|RHCSA 5 CentOS 7 Advanced Installation||00:20:00|
|Virtual Machines and Automated Installations|
|RHCSA 6 Virtualization with KVM||00:20:00|
|RHCSA 7 Configuring Virtual Networking||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 8 Automated Installation Options||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 9 Administration with the Secure Shell and Secure Copy||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 10 Some important Commands & Command-Line Tools||00:00:00|
|Fundamental Command-Line Skills|
|RHCSA 11 Linux Shells, Console and Input/output Redirection||00:25:00|
|Linux shells, Other Shells, Virtual Terminals, GUI Shell Interfaces, Regular and Administrative Users, Text Streams, Input/Output Redirection, Output Redirection|
|RHCSA 12 Standard Commands in Linux||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 13 Managing Text Files in Linux||01:00:00|
|Plain Text Files in Linux, Commands to Read Text Streams The less and more commands, The head and tail commands, Commands to Process Text Streams The sort Command, The grep Command, Special Characters in Regular Expressions, The diff Command, The Word, line and Character Count with wc, The Stream Editor sed, The awk Filter, Edit Text Files at the Console vi Command Mode, Basic Text Editing, Create a New User without adduser/useradd, If You Don’t Like vi, Edit Text Files in the GUI|
|RHCSA 14 Local Online Documentation||00:45:00|
|Local Online Documentation When You Need Help, Getting Help, A Variety of man Pages, Man Page Sections, The info Manuals, Documentation in /usr/share/doc, Example Configuration Files|
|RHCSA 15 Introduction to Networking||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 16 Network Configuration and Troubleshooting||00:00:00|
|RHCSA-Level Security Options|
|RHCSA 17 File and Directory Permissions||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 18 Access Control Lists in RHEL 7||00:00:00|
|RHCSA 19 Basic Firewall Control in RHEL 7||01:30:00|
|Basic Firewall Control Standard Ports The iptables The iptables Parameters The Iptables – Getting started Start and enable the firewall Service The iptables Service Understanding /etc/sysconfig/iptables File The firewalld Service Default Zones The GUI firewall-config Tool Examples of Services Add/edit a Service The firewall-cmd Configuration Tool Example - Adjust Firewall Settings|
|RHCSA 20 Securing SSH with Key-Based Authentication||00:45:00|
|Securing SSH with Key-Based Authentication, SSH Configuration Commands, SSH Client Configuration Files, Basic Encrypted Communication, Private, Public Keys, Set Up a Private/Public Pair Keys|
|RHCSA 21 Security-Enhanced Linux||02:00:00|
|Security-Enhanced Linux, Basic Features of SELinux, SELinux Status, SELinux Modes, SELinux Modes - Permissive, Configure Basic SELinux Settings, Configure Regular Users for SELinux, A Label in SELinux, The user_u & system_u contexts, Making user_u context as default, The Contexts and Features, Manage SELinux Boolean Settings, Disabling a boolean, Label Example, The file Context type, The Contexts for ftp Server, Restore SELinux File Contexts, Regular Expressions in Contexts, Identify SELinux Process Contexts, SELinux Audits, SELinux Label and Context Issues, SELinux Boolean Issues, The GUI SELinux Administration Tool, RHCSA Exam Categories, GUI Admin Screen Options, Important Booleans, The SELinux Troubleshoot Browser, EXAMPLE - Test a SELinux User Type, Scenarios & Solutions|
|The Boot Process|
|RHCSA 22 The BIOS and the UEFI||00:45:00|
|Unified Extensible Firmware Interface, GUID Partition Table, The Boot Process, Boot Process – RHCSA Objectives, The BIOS and the UEFI, Basic System Configuration, UEFI Menu, The Bootloader, Startup Menus, The boot menu, Access to Linux Bootloaders, Stage 1 of Bootloader, MBR and GPT in RHEL 7|
|RHCSA 23 Bootloaders and GRUB 2||02:00:00|
|Bootloaders and GRUB 2, Boot into Different Targets, Targets and Run Levels, Kernel Parameters for targets, Check your current Target, Booting with Different Targets, Recovering the Root Password, Modify the System Bootloader, Example Entry in /boot/grub2/grub.cfg, The File grub.cfg Generating GRUB Conf from /etc/default/grub, Understanding /etc/default/grub, How to Update GRUB, The GRUB 2 Command Line, GRUB 2 Prompt to boot Manually, Reinstall GRUB 2, Booting from GRUB 2: Rescue Mode|
|RHCSA 24 Between GRUB 2 and Login||01:30:00|
|Between GRUB 2 and Login, Kernels and the Initial RAM Disk, The dmesg and journal, What is included in the Messages, The First Process, Targets, and Units, The Units, Target units, Run Levels Vs Targets, Target and system units, Getting or Changing target settings, Switch Between Targets, The systemd Advantages, Time required to activate a unit, Logging, The cgroups, Dependencies, The systemd Units, Units and Their Description, List all active systemd units, Virtual Terminals and Login Screen|
|RHCSA 25 Control by Target & Time Synchronization||01:30:00|
|Control by Target, Functionality by Target, The Innards of systemd Units, Using systemctl to start and stop a service, More options for systemctl, Service Configuration, Time Synchronization, Time Zone Configuration, Setting Time Zone, Sync the Time with chronyd, Sync the Time with ntpd, The ntp|
|Linux Filesystem Administration|
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