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DevOps on AWS – Linux Admin Online Training


RISE ‘N’ SHINETECHNOLOGIES                               Ph: 040-65574999, 9010505808

Linux Administration Course Content
Prerequisite                         :           Basic Computers 
Duration                                :           25 Days

Mode of Payment               :           Cash / Debit or Credit Card / Online Payment
Method                                  :           Class Room / Online Training
Material                                 :           Soft and Hard Copies
 PART-1: UNIX/LINUX BASICS
Ø Introducing Operating System:
                 The Operating System
                 The Operating System Objectives & Functions
                 History of Operating Systems
Ø Introducing Unix Operating System:
                 What is UNIX
                 UNIX, LINUX and Variant History
                 Flavors of UNIX
                 Features of UNIX
      ü Multiuser Capability
      ü Multitasking Capability
      ü Communication
      ü Security
      ü Portability
                 Unix Architecture
      ü What is kernel
      ü What is shell
Ø Introducing Linux Operating System:
                 History of LINUX
                 Why LINUX is Better
                 File System Hierarchy Standards(FHS)
Ø Becoming Familiar with Unix Commands:
                 Command Structure
                 Getting Help : man, info, –help
                 The Login Procedure
                 Basic Commands
Ø File Attributes:
                cat : Displaying and Concatenating Files
                ls : Listing File Attributes
                rmdir and rm : Removing Files and Directories
                cp and mv : Copying Files and Renaming files
                 Using Absolute Pathnames with Commands
                 Meta Characters
                 I/O Redirections
      ü Standard Input(0)
      ü Standard Output(1)
      ü Standard Error(2)
            · Compressing/Uncompressing:
      ü gzip : The Compression Program
      ü bzip2 : The compression program
      ü zip : The compression and Archival Program
      ü tar : The Archival Program
      ü compression : The compression Program
                ln : Creating Hard Links and Soft Links
Ø VI/VIM , The King of Editors:
                 Why vi
                 Difference Between vi/vim
                 Modes of Operation
                 Recovering from a crash
                 Navigation
                 Editing Text with Operators
                 Copying and Moving Text from One File to Another
                 Find and Replace
                 Delete and Paste
                 Yank and Paste
                 Undoing Last Editing Instructions(u and U)
                 Multiple File Editing in vi
Ø Simple Filters:
                wc : Word Count
                head : Displaying the Beginning of a File
                tail : Displaying the End of a File
                Pipe(|) : Combination of two commands
                tee : Writing the data
                more : The Unix Pager
                less : The Unix Pager
                cut : Slitting a File Vertically
                paste : Pasting Files
                sort : Ordering a File
                uniq : Locate Repeated and Nonrepeated Lines
                tr : Translating Characters
Ø Filters Using Regular Expressions:
                grep : Searching for a Pattern
                grep Options
                 Basic Regular Expressions(BRE)
                 Extended Regular Expressions(ERE) and egrep
                sed : The Stream Editor
Ø Communication Tools:
                 The write command
                 The wall command
                Mail : The basic of Unix Communication
                 Sending mail
                 Handling Incoming mail
                 Customizing mail
Ø File Permissions:
                 File Permissions
                 The Directory
                umask : Default File and Directory Permissions
                chmod : Changing File Permissions
                chgrp : Change group name
                chown : Change owner and group name
Ø The Process:
                 Running Jobs in Foreground
                 Running Jobs in Background
                ps : Displaying Process Attributes
                 The Process Creation mechanism
                kill : Killing a Process
                 Process States and Zombies
                 Signal Handling
                 Scheduling of Processes
                The at, batch and crontab commands
PART-2: RED HAT CERTIFIED SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION(RHCSA)
Ø RedHat installation(Text and Graphical Mode):
                 Standalone Installation
                 Network installations(Kickstart)
Ø User and Group Management:
                 Creation of users and groups
                 Understanding /etc/passed,/etc/group,/etc/shadow and /etc/gshadow
                 Switching accounts :su
                 Password aging policies
                 Creation of quotas for users,groups and files systems
Ø Disks and Partitioning:
                 Managing partitions
                 Understanding file systems
                 Creating file system ext2,ext3 and ext4
                 Reverting file systems
                · Making a swap partition and file swap
                 Understanding virtual file system(/proc)
                 Managing a data with mount command
                 mounting file systems
                 Understanding and Configuring /etc/fstab and /etc/mtab
                 Using AutoFS Services
Ø File systems and Security:
                 Filsystem setup
                 Managing File System Quotas
                 File System Security with ACL’s
Ø System Initialization:
                 Boot sequence overview
                 Bios initialization
                 Boot loader
                 Trouble shooting of grub boot loader
                 Kernel initialization
                 Init initialization
                 Run levels (0-6)
                 Controlling services
                 System shutdown and reboot
Ø Troubleshooting:
                 Boot issues
                 File system errors
                 Password recovery and grub password
                 MBR reset
Ø Kernel Services:
                 Kernel overview
                 Kernel hardware support
                 Configuring kernel parameters
                 Kernel upgradation
Ø Network Configuration:
                 Configuring network Utilities
                 Netconfig, setup, neat and with configuration file
                 Ifdown,ifup, ifconfig,ping
                 Managing services
                 Binding multiple addresses
                 overview of xinetd services and non xinted services
                 configuring xinetd services
                 ssh and scp configurations
Ø Red Hat Package Manager(RPM):
                 Overview of RPM
                 Installing, Removing a software with YUM
                 RPM queries
                 RPM verifications
Ø Yellow Dog Update Manager(YUM):
                 Overview of YUM
                 Installing, Removing a software with YUM
                 YUM queries
Ø LVM’S (Logical Volume Manager):
                 Overview of LVM
                 Creation of physical volume
                 Creation of logical partition
                 Extending the Vol group
                 Extending the logical partition
                 Removing Vol group and logical partition
Ø Redundant Array of Independent Disks(RAID):
                 Overview of RAID
                 Types of RAID
                 Configuring RAID 0,1 and 5
PART-2: RED HAT CERTIFIED ENGINEER(RHCE)
Ø Networking Basics:
                 Setting of networking
                 Troubleshooting Network Connections
                 Advanced Networking
                 Client DNS Troubleshooting
Ø Remote Access:
                 Telnet configuration
                 Secure Shell (SSH) configuration
                 VNC Server configuration
Ø Security Services:
                 security through TCP Wrappers
Ø Network File Systems(NFS) Services:
                 NFS advantages and disadvantages
                 Configuring NFS server
                 Configuring NFS client
                 Configuring NFS client with /etc/fstab file
Ø SAMBA services:
                 Installing and configuring samba server
                 Configuring samba server with heterogeneous platform
                 Configuring samba shares between UNIX- windows vice –versa
                 Configuring SAMBA shares with different level of security
Ø File Transfer Protocol(FTP) services:
                 Configuring FTP server and FTP client
                 Configuring FTP server for anonymous users and real users
                 Securing FTP server
Ø Domain Name Service(DNS):
                 Overview of DNS
                 Configuring DNS
                 Forwarder and cache DNS
                 Client DNS Troubleshooting
Ø Web Services with APACHE:
                 Overview of Webservices
                 Apache overview
                 Apache configuration
                 Apache Security
                 Virtual Hosts
                 Configuring IP- based , Name based and Port based.
                 Configuring member logins for web server
Ø Proxy server with Squid service:
                 Overview of squid
                 Configuring SQUID services
                 Configuring ACL’s in SQUID
Ø Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol(DHCP):
                 Overview of DHCP
                 Configuring DHCP server
                 Configuring DHCP Client in heterogeneous platform
                 Configure fixed ip address
Ø E-Mail services:
                 Overview of mail services
                 Configuring postfix service
                 Configuring webmail access with squirremail services
                 Configuring a dovecot services
                 Configuring mail client with mutt
February 22, 2021

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