Linux Administration Certification Training

Learn to use the fastest OS used by the world's speediest supercomputers

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Key Highlights

  • 42 Hours of Live Instructor-led Classes
  • 14 sessions of 3 hours each on Weekends
  • Live Project on Real-life Case Studies
  • Practical Assignments
  • Lifetime Access to Learning Management System
  • 24x7 Expert Support
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • Online Forum for Discussions

Course Price

$389.00 $800.00

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Course Overview

Linux Administration Certification trains learners to use Linux OS and understand the basic concepts of its architecture. The course will teach about its file systems, configuration, important commands, networking, security, kernel services, and more.

Course Objectives

  • Learn to install and initialize Linux
  • Understand, secure, and manage the system
  • Get acquainted with Linux package management, process monitoring, services, utilities, directories, system services, and more
  • Create shell scripts with useful commands
  • Use Kerberos to set up authenticated network logins
  • Get introduced to SMB, SMTP, IPv6 configuration, database configuration, and virtualization

Career Benefits

  • Great demand for Linux administrators in the IT industry
  • Attractive opportunities to work with popular companies who use Linux servers for their services and websites
  • Better prospects in the electronics industry as major TV and mobile brands use Linux-based architecture

Prerequisites

  • none

Who should take up?

  • Anyone interested in learning Linux.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Installation
  • Linux Architecture
  • Boot Process
  • Kernel
  • System Initialization
  • GRUB (Modify the system boot loader)
  • GUI
  • CLI (Access a shell prompt and issue commands with correct syntax, Use input-output redirection (>, >>, |, 2>, etc.)
  • Create and edit text files
  • Delete, copy, and move files and directories
  • Introduction to Bash Shell
  • Basic Commands
  • Editors
  • Man Pages
  • Boot systems into different targets manually & automatically
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Securing single-user mode (su login)
  • Shutting down and rebooting the system
  • RPM Package Manager
  • Installing and Removing Software
  • Rpm Queries
  • Rpm Verification
  • About yum
  • Using yum
  • Searching packages/files
  • Configuring local Repositories
  • What processes are
  • The properties of a process
  • Parent processes and child processes
  • Killing processes and sending signals to a process (kill, killall, xkill)
  • How to start processes and monitor them
  • Identify CPU/memory intensive processes, adjust process priority, start/stop/check the status of network services
  • Configure networking and hostname resolution statically or dynamically
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Control services and Daemons
  • Start and stop services and configure services to start automatically at boot
  • /dev & /proc directories
  • System documentation under /usr/share/doc
  • Use awk, sed, grep and regular expressions to analyze text
  • Archive, compress, unpack, and uncompress files using tar, star, gzip, and bzip2
  • Dump, restore, Locate and interpret log files
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Network Time Protocol
  • X Windows
  • SSH: Secure Shell(Access remote systems using ssh, SCP, Passwordless SSH, Configure key-based authentication for SSH)
  • Cron
  • Controlling Access to cron
  • System crontab Files
  • Daily Cron Jobs
  • Anacron Scheduler
  • Schedule tasks using at
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Adding a New User Account
  • User Private Groups
  • Modifying / Deleting User Accounts
  • Group Administration
  • Password Aging Policies
  • Switching Accounts
  • sudo access
  • Network Users
  • Authentication Configuration
  • SUID and SGID Executable
  • SGID Directories
  • The Sticky Bit
  • Default File Permissions
  • Changing file ownership (chown)
  • Changing file group ownership (chgrp)
  • Permissions on files
  • Permissions on directories
  • How permissions are applied
  • Changing permissions (chmod)
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Device Recognition
  • Disk Partitioning
  • Managing Partitions
  • Making Filesystems(vfat, ext4, and xfs,)
  • Mount and unmount CIFS and NFS network file systems
  • Filesystems and types
  • Labels
  • tune2fs
  • Mount Points and /etc/fstab
  • Mounting Filesystems with mount
  • Unmounting Filesystems
  • Handling Swap Files and Partitions
  • NFS server and NFS Client
  • NFS share for group collaboration
  • Mounting NFS Filesystems
  • Use Kerberos to control access to NFS network shares
  • Automounter
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Special file types
  • Symbolic links (ln -s)
  • Inodes and directory entries
  • Hard links
  • Preserving links while copying and archiving
  • Configuring the Quota System
  • Setting Quotas for Users
  • Reporting Quota Status
  • What is Logical Volume Manager (LVM)?
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Resizing Logical Volumes
  • Network Interfaces
  • IPv4 Addresses
  • Dynamic IPv4 Configuration
  • Static IPv4 Configuration
  • Device Aliases
  • Routing Table
  • Default Gateway
  • Verify IP Connectivity
  • Defining the Local Host Name
  • Local Resolver
  • Remote Resolvers
  • Verify DNS Connectivity
  • Network Tools
  • NFS server and NFS Client
  • NFS share for group collaboration
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Configure BIND to function as a caching-only DNS server
  • Configure a caching-only name server to forward DNS queries
  • Troubleshoot DNS client issues
  • Configuring BIND options
  • Configuring directory location for zone files
  • Apache Overview
  • Apache Server Configuration
  • Virtual Hosts
  • Apache Access Configuration
  • Deploy a basic CGI application
  • Configure TLS security
  • Configure private directories
  • Analyze and store logs
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Shell Scripting basics
  • Loops
  • Shell variables
  • Arrays
  • Writing scripts
  • Kerberos authentication
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Configure SMB to provide network share to clients
  • Configure mail server to forward all emails to Central mail server
  • Introduction to KVM Virtualization
  • Virtual Machine installation
  • Configuring Virtual Machines
  • Install centos systems as virtual guests
  • Configure systems to launch virtual machines at boot
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • SELinux Overview
  • SELinux Tools
  • SELinux Contexts
  • SELinux Booleans
  • Use SELinux port labeling to allow services to use non-standard ports
  • Diagnose and address selinux policy violations
  • Configure firewall settings
  • N/W port security
  • Route IP traffic and create static routes
  • Boot level security (GRUB)
  • Security need for TCP wrappers
  • Configure aggregated links between two systems
  • Use firewalls and associated mechanisms such as rich rules, zones, and custom rules, to implement packet filtering and configure network address translation (NAT)
  • Use /proc/sys and sysctl to modify and set kernel runtime parameters
  • Linux Containers
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Install MariaDB
  • Schema Creation and Writing Queries
  • Backup & restore operations
  • Configure a system as either an iSCSI target or initiator that persistently mounts an iSCSI target
  • Annie?s Quizzes
  • LAB
  • Q & A
  • Quick Recap
  • Ipv6 configuration
  • Kickstart installation using NFS
  • HTTP services
  • Setting Grub Password
  • Setting root password for single user mode from Grub page
  • Configure systems to mount file systems at boot by Universally Unique ID (UUID) or label
  • List, create, delete partitions on MBR and GPT disks
  • In this module, we will learn to perform some of the day-to-day activities you would need to do as a Linux administrator such as creating a user, group, setting permissions for them, backing up data, restricting access to specific users, copying/moving files, managing processes and services, and securing system.

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