InfoSec Institute’s five day RHCSA Boot Camp is a hands-on course covering all important facets of RHEL 7, the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform. This RHCSA Boot Camp includes:
- Comprehensive RHCSA Test Preparation Courseware
- Highly Skilled Red Hat Linux Instructors
- Dozens of Hands-on Labs
- Hundreds of Review Questions and a Practice Exam
Throughout this course, you gain the essential knowledge and hands-on skills to leverage Linux for your organizational advantage. You learn to create, edit and search Linux files, control permissions and ownership, process and format text data, and use shell scripts to perform multiple tasks.
During our RHCSA boot camp, you’ll learn hands-on skills that are relevant for passing the RHCSA exam. The RHCSA is Red Hat’s core system administration certification and represents the common core of skills every Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrator should have. An IT professional that has earned an RHCSA certification has demonstrated skills in areas of system administration common across a wide range of environments and deployment scenarios.
An RHCSA is able to perform the following tasks:
- Understand and use essential tools for handling files, directories, command-line environments, and documentation.
- Operate running systems, including booting into different run levels, identifying processes, starting and stopping virtual machines, and controlling services.
- Configure local storage using partitions and logical volumes.
- Create and configure file systems and file system attributes, such as permissions, encryption, access control lists, and network file systems.
- Deploy, configure, and maintain systems, including software installation, update, and core services.
- Manage users and groups, including use of a centralized directory for authentication.
- Manage security, including basic firewall and SELinux configuration.
The proprietary InfoSec Institute course material is designed to provide an hands-on experience for you. Topics include: installation and configuration; the boot process; user and group administration; filesystem administration, including quotas, FACLs, RAID and LVM; task automation; client networking; SELinux; software management; log files; troubleshooting; and more.