Red Hat Linux Training Program

Red Hat Linux Training Program

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SYS-EDís Red Hat Linux base training program is comprised of the operating system, system administration, and network administration; the standard duration is 12 days. A lesson plan based upon the standards of the New York State Department of Education will be provided as part of qualifying the subject matter, examples, exercises, and program duration. Most clients elect to incorporate project specifications into the training program:

  • Integrating Red Hat Linux with an existing information technology infrastructure: IBM mainframe, UNIX-variant, and Microsoft active directory network.
  • Utilization of Red Hat Linux as a base operating system for commercial databases and system software - IBM DB2, Oracle Database, and the SAS development system.
  • Migration from Solaris-UNIX to Red Hat Linux.
  • Application development as part of platform and application migration to a SOA: Service Oriented Architecture.

SYS-ED's training programs utilize the full complement of delivery medium: distance-learning, web-based, and technology driven classrooms. As part of conducting a training program, subject matter is organized for utilization in courseware as a learning center. In order to accommodate employee workloads and staff in remote geographic locations, component courses can be scheduled over non-consecutive weeks utilizing a combination of classroom training and distance-learning. At the client's discretion, checklist of completed tasks, validation assessment, and a final examination can be utilized.

Red Hat Linux Training Program

Base Program Duration
Learning Path
Linux-variant
Linux-variant by Function
UNIX-Solaris
 
Technology Updates
Red Hat Fedora Linux
UNIX and Solaris System Administration
z/VM Programming Skills
SAS Software
 
Trends in the Market
Linux, UNIX, and Microsoft Internetworking
Solaris, Oracle, and Red Hat Linux

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Why SYS-ED for Red Hat Linux and Fedora Training

Why SYS-ED

Red Hat Linux 4 days
Red Hat Linux System Administration 4 days
Red Hat Linux Network Administration 4 days

Base Program Duration

12 days
Optional Courses  
Fedora Linux: Introduction 2 days
Red Hat Linux Essentials 4 days
Red Hat Linux Enterprise Deployment and Systems Management 4 days
Red Hat Linux Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning 3 days
Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration 4 days


Module: Red Hat Linux
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Package 2. System initialization 3. Kernel services
4. System services 5. File system management 6. User administration
7. Network 8. Virtualization  

Module: Red Hat Linux System Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Kernel services and configuration 2. Installation 3. Software RAID and logical volume management
4. Apache 5. Squid proxy server 6. Network file system
7. File transfer protocol 8. Samba services 9. Domain name service
10. Electronic Mail 11. Other network services 12. X Window system
13. Securing services 14. Troubleshooting  

Module: Red Hat Linux Network Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Development of the Linux operating system 2. Linux installation 3. Red Hat system configuration
4. Red Hat system administration 5. Red Hat user administration 6. Red Hat kernel management
7. X Window system 8. TCP/IP 9. Network management
10. Security    

Module: Fedora Linux: Introduction
Duration: 2 days
Major Topics:
1. What is Linux 2. Fedora featureset 3. Installation
4. GNOME desktop 5. KDE desktop 6. Linux commands
7. Publishing with Fedora and RHEL 8. I/O: input/output ports 9. Processing files
10. Processes 11. Scripting 12. Programming support
13. NFS: Network File System 14. Wireless support  

Module: Red Hat Linux Essentials
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Featureset 2. Running commands 3. Users, groups, and permissions
4. Linux file system 5. Advanced Linux file system 6. Standard I/O and pipes
7. String processing 8. Finding and processing files 9. Managing processes
10. Network clients 11. vi and vim editor basics 12. Bourne shell and scripting

Module: Red Hat Linux Enterprise Deployment and Systems Management
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Red Hat featureset 2. Network components 3. OSI standards
4. Designing the local area network 5. Configuring the network server 6. Configuring network clients
7. Network administration 8. Remote access 9. Expanding networks
10. Wide area networks 11. Network troubleshooting  

Module: Red Hat Linux Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1. Architecture 2. Monitoring 3. I/O tuning
4. SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol 5. Benchmarking 6. CPU scheduling
7. System cache 8. Memory tuning 9. File systems
10. Network performance 11. Kernel

Module: Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Network services 2. Organizing networked systems 3. Network file sharing services
4. Electronic mail services 5. HTTP service 6. Security concerns and policy
7. Authentication services 8. System monitoring 9. Securing networks
10. Securing services 11. Securing data  

Review Additional Content

Linux- variant operating systems and interrelated areas of information technology subject matter can be researched using the course search engine.  


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The audience, duration, and content can be used as a starting point to augment an integrated training program or evaluate a fast-track course. 


Technology Exchange Websites

SYS-ED's websites compile, organize, and present software specific and established operational categorizations of information technology. They provide a framework for assessing knowledge transfer: web-based training, classroom instruction, technology updates, courseware, training aids, learning paths, and validation assessment.

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Footnote 1:
David Silverberg and David Shapiro were both among the first wave of technologist and programmers who evaluated the UNIX operating system and designed and coded C programs. Dave Silverberg was coding programs and reviewing source code and later taught classes at Bell Laboratories. David Shapiro, in conjunction with classmates at Union College and Cornell University, became familiar with the capabilities and long term potential of low level programming languages, and early versions of both UNIX and BASIC.

Footnote 2:
SYS-EDís core UNIX and Linux curriculum has been submitted to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for review.