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First of all, you should understand that RHCSA Certification Training Course offered by The Skill Pedia aims to enhance your skills and expertise in administering Linux deployments. The course include RHEL 7 installation and creating environment for the Training. RHCSA Training Course 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 RHCSA Training Course 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

  • Slides/Presentations

  • 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 Certification Training Course Contents  - 

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Section 1. Prepare for Red Hat Certifications

  1. Introduction and Objectives of RHCSA
  2. Pre-Requisites for RHCSA
  3. Lab Setup-Getting Ready for the installation
  4. Setting up Lab for RHCSA- Installing CentOS 7
  5. CentOS 7 Advanced Installation

Lab 1. Create Three Linux Machines for Practice Lab

Lab 2. Configure Apache and FTP Server as an Installation Server

Section 2. Virtual Machines and Automated Installations

  1. Virtualization with KVM
  2. Configuring Virtual Networking
  3. Automated Installation Options in RHEL 7
  4. Administration with the Secure Shell and Secure Copy
  5. Important Commands & Command-Line Tools

Lab 3. Virtual Machines with KVM

Lab 4. Networking on Virtual Machines

Lab 5. Working with Kickstart File

Lab 6. Automate Installations of CentOS 7 Using Kickstart

Lab 7. Fundamental Command-Line Skills

Section 3. Fundamental Command-Line Skills

  1. Understanding Linux Shells
  2. Linux Standard Commands
  3. The Management of Text Files in Linux
  4. Help-Local Online Documentation
  5. Linux Networking Concepts
  6. Network Configuration and Troubleshooting

Lab 8. More on File Management

Lab 9. Create a New User without adduser command

Lab 10. Configure a Network Card

Section 4. Linux Security Options

  1. File and Directory Permissions
  2. Access Control Lists in RHEL 7
  3. Basic Firewall Control in RHEL 7
  4. Securing SSH with Key-Based Authentication
  5. Getting started with Security-Enhanced Linux

Lab 11. File Permissions and Finding Files

Lab 12. File Permissions Finding Files

Lab 13. ACL and Key Based Authentication

Lab 14. LDAP Server Configuration on RHEL7

Section 5. The Linux Boot Process

  1. The BIOS and the UEFI Boot Processes
  2. Understanding Bootloaders and GRUB 2
  3. What happens Between GRUB 2 and Login
  4. Control by Target in Linux
  5. Linux Time Synchronization

Lab 15. Recover the Root Password

Section 6. Linux Filesystem Administration

  1. Working Storage Management and Partitions
  2. Linux Filesystem Formats
  3. Basic Linux Filesystems and Directories
  4. Logical Volume Management in RHEL 7
  5. Linux Filesystem Management
  6. Working with Automounter

Lab 16. Work with fdisk and parted

Lab 17. Format, Check, and Mount Filesystems

Lab 18. Configure the Automounter

Section 7. Package Management

  1. The Red Hat Package Manager
  2. The yum Command in Linux
  3. Advanced Package Management Tools

Lab 16. Create a yum Repository

Lab 17. Installing Packages with yum and GNOME Software Tool

Section 8. User Administration in Linux

  1. User Account Management in Linux
  2. Root Access and Shell Configurations
  3. Network Authentication and Special Groups

Lab 18. Working with Red Hat User Manager

Lab 19. Securing Linux System

Section 9. Linux System Administration Activities

  1. Linux System Administration Tasks
  2. Job Scheduling and System Logs in Linux

Lab 19.  Create a cron Job

Lab 20. Process Control

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