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Self-Paced Linux Administration Training

Overview

Linux Administration Certification

Linux is the preferred choice of OS over Windows, amongst programmers and developers. Linux is free and can be downloaded and customized as per a user’s needs. It is an open-source operating system, which is highly robust and adaptable. Another advantage of Linux is the immense number of libraries and utilities it carries. Besides the reasons mentioned above, there are other key aspects of Linux which make it a popular choice in the server market. To begin with, Linux is cost-effective, technically superior, and more secure in nature. Also, Linux’s involvement in emerging cloud infrastructure is a reason for its growth.

About the Linux Administration Training

Cognixia’s Linux Administration Training is designed for a professional who wishes to learn Linux Administration. This training encompasses all the concepts of Linux administration. The course will take you through Linux installation, security administration, concepts of networking, file system management, Kernel services, system services, Linux configuration, etc. Anyone who has an interest in Linux and has a basic understanding of IT can benefit from this training program.

Project-Based Learning

Collabera’s Linux Administration Training also involves a project on Linux Administration to give you hands-on experience on the platform.  The project would involve a series of activities that one needs to perform on a daily basis as a Linux Administrator. Creation of users and groups, setting permissions for them, taking data backups, restricting access to specific users, copying or moving files, managing processes and services, and performing system security are a part of the Linux Administrator project. Apart from these activities, the project also includes training on partitioning and other features, taking security measures for the protection of the environment, configuring different types of servers, and writing shell scripts.

Advantages of Linux Administration Training

94% of the world’s supercomputers are powered by Linux. The maximum number of servers powering the internet, and innumerable Android devices, work on Linux. The world’s most popular websites, vis-a-vis Google and Facebook, are working on Linux servers as well. Recognizing the potential of the Linux market, Cognixia’s Linux Administration Training educates you on the entire ecosystem of Linux Administration. This course helps you understand the concepts of Installation and Initialization, Package Management, Process Monitoring, Configuration of SMB Services and SMTP Services, Virtualization, Advanced Security, Networking, IPv6 Configuration, Kickstart Installation, etc. If you wish to become a successful Linux Administrator, then join Cognixia’s training program today.

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What You'll learn

Cognixia’s Linux Administration Certification offers one of the best trainings on Linux Administration as per industry standards. This course makes you understand the roles and responsibilities of a Linux Administrator. It also educates you on the concepts of RedHat Linux installation, Boot-Process Management, Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM), Linux Commands, Installation of the RedHat Packet Manager, etc. The syllabus also entails performing various operations, mounting file systems, configuring the SAMBA server and Linux virtual server, testing, and debugging. Course contents are laid down as follows:

  • Unit 1 – System Initialization
  • Unit 2 – Package Management
  • Unit 3 – Kernel Services
  • Unit 4 – System Services
  • Unit 5 – User Administration
  • Unit 6 – Filesystem Management
  • Unit 7 – Advanced Filesystem Management
  • Unit 8 – Network Configuration
  • Unit 9 – Installation
  • Unit 10 – Virtualization with KVM
  • Unit 11 – Network File Sharing Services
  • Unit 12 – Web Services
  • Unit 13 – Electronic Mail Services

Curriculum

  • Objectives
  • Boot Sequence Overview
  • Boot Loader Components
  • GRUB and
  • conf
  • Starting the Boot Process: GRUB
  • Kernel Initialization
  • init
  • Initialization
  • Run Levels
  • /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
  • /etc/rc.d/rc
  • System V run levels
  • /etc/rc.d/rc.local
  • Controlling Services
  • Objectives
  • RPM Package Manager
  • Installing and Removing Software
  • Updating a Kernel RPM
  • rpm Queries
  • rpm Verification
  • About yum
  • Using yum
  • Searching packages/files
  • Configuring Additional Repositories
  • Creating a private repository
  • Red Hat Network
  • Red Hat Network Server
  • Entitlements
  • Red Hat Network Client
  • Objectives
  • The Linux Kernel
  • Kernel Images and Variants
  • Kernel Modules
  • Kernel Module Utilities
  • Managing the initrd Image
  • Accessing Drivers Through
  • /dev
  • Device Node Examples
  • Managing
  • /dev
  • With udev
  • Adding Files Under
  • /dev
  • Kernel Configuration With
  • /proc
  • /proc
  • Examples
  • sysctl
  • : Persistent Kernel Configuration
  • Exploring Hardware Devices
  • Monitoring Processes and Resources
  • Objectives
  • Network Time Protocol
  • System Logging
  • syslog
  • Configuration
  • XOrg: The X11 Server
  • XOrg Server Configuration
  • XOrg in runlevel 3
  • XOrg in runlevel 5
  • Remote X Sessions
  • SSH: Secure Shell
  • VNC: Virtual Network Computing
  • cron
  • Controlling Access to cron
  • System crontab Files
  • Daily Cron Jobs
  • The
  • anacron
  • System
  • CUPS
  • Objectives
  • Adding a New User Account
  • User Private Groups
  • Modifying / Deleting User Accounts
  • Group Administration
  • Password Aging Policies
  • Switching Accounts
  • sudo
  • Network Users
  • Authentication Configuration
  • Example: NIS Configuration
  • Example: LDAP Configuration
  • SUID and SGID Executables
  • SGID Directories
  • The Sticky Bit
  • Default File Permissions
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • SELinux
  • SELinux, continued
  • SELinux: Targeted Policy
  • SELinux: Management
  • Objectives
  • Overview: Adding New Filesystems to the Filesystem Tree
  • Device Recognition
  • Disk Partitioning
  • Managing Partitions
  • Making Filesystems
  • Filesystem Labels
  • tune2fs
  • Mount Points and
  • /etc/fstab
  • Mounting Filesystems with
  • mount
  • Unmounting Filesystems
  • mount
  • By Example
  • Handling Swap Files and Partitions
  • Mounting NFS Filesystems
  • Automounter
  • Direct Maps
  • gnome-mount
  • Objectives
  • Configuring the Quota System
  • Setting Quotas for Users
  • Reporting Quota Status
  • What is Software RAID?
  • Software RAID Configuration
  • Software RAID Testing and Recovery
  • What is Logical Volume Manager (LVM)?
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Resizing Logical Volumes
  • Logical Volume Manager Snapshots
  • Using LVM Snapshots
  • Archiving tools: tar
  • Archiving Tools: dump/restore
  • Archiving Tools:
  • rsync
  • Objectives
  • Network Interfaces
  • Driver Selection
  • Speed and Duplex Settings
  • IPv4 Addresses
  • Dynamic IPv4 Configuration
  • Static IPv4 Configuration
  • Device Aliases
  • Routing Table
  • Default Gateway
  • Configuring Routes
  • Verify IP Connectivity
  • Defining the Local Host Name
  • Local Resolver
  • Remote Resolvers
  • Verify DNS Connectivity
  • Network Configuration Utilities
  • Transparent Dynamic Configuration
  • Implementing IPv6
  • IPv6: Dynamic Interface Configuration
  • IPv6: Static Interface Configuration
  • IPv6: Routing Configuration
  • New and Modified Utilities
  • Objectives
  • Anaconda, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installer
  • First Stage: Starting the Installation
  • First Stage: Boot Media
  • Accessing the Installer
  • First Stage: Installation Method
  • Network Installation Server
  • Second Stage: Installation Overview
  • Configuring File Systems
  • Advanced Partitioning
  • Package Selection
  • First Boot: Post-Install Configuration
  • Kickstart
  • Starting a Kickstart Installation
  • Anatomy of a Kickstart File
  • Kickstart: Commands Section
  • Kickstart: Commands section
  • Kickstart: Packages Section
  • Kickstart: %pre, %post
  • Objectives
  • Virtualization with KVM
  • Hardware Considerations
  • Configure, control and secure access to
  • FTP
  • NFS
  • SMB/CIFS (Samba).

Configure, implement and secure access to the Postfix SMTP server

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Course features

Course Duration
Course Duration

36 hours of live, online, instructor-led training

24x7 Support
24x7 Support

Technical & query support round the clock

Lifetime LMS Access
Lifetime LMS Access

Access all the materials on LMS anytime, anywhere

Price Match Gurantee
Price match Gurantee

Guranteed best price aligning with quality of deliverables

FAQs

Yes, the course completion certificate is provided once you successfully complete the training program. You will be evaluated on parameters such as attendance in sessions, an objective examination, and other factors. Based on your overall performance, you will be certified by Cognixia.