RHCSA on RHEL 8: From Novice to Pro
What you'll learn
- Master the command line
- Write production-grade shell scripts
- Keep production servers operational
- Configure local storage
- Manage file systems
- Administrate packages and repositories
- Administrate basic networking
- Manage users and groups
- Manage security
- Containerize enterprise services
- If you know how to install software to your computer, you're ready for this course
Linux is perhaps the most important software in the world. It powers 99% of super-computers, 82% of smartphones, 90% of cloud workloads, and most of the internet. From Television sets to Refrigerators, you'll find Linux everywhere!
This is why Linux administration consistently ranks as one of the most in-demand technical skills.
This course teaches you everything you need to get started administrating enterprise Linux-based systems even if you've never seen a Linux terminal before.
You'll go from complete novice to intermediate Linux administrator.
Here's a quick overview of what you'll be able to do after completing this course:
Use essential tools like piping, redirection, text processing, regular expressions, user switching, permission management, and the manual
Operate running systems by booting into different targets, interrupting the boot process, identifying resource (CPU, RAM, Disk) processes, interpreting log files and journals, and securely transferring files
Configure local storage by manipulating GPT and MBR partitions, managing logical volumes, using UUIDs, and managing swap space
Manage file systems like EXT4, XFS and NFS
Manage packages by configuring remote and local repositories, and querying the RPM database
Configure basic networking by setting up IP addresses, and configuring name resolution
Manage users and groups by manipulating users, groups, passwords,
Maintain server security with privilege escalation, firewall management, access control lists, and security enhanced Linux
Deploy enterprise services as containerized applications
Write production-quality shell scripts using conditions, tests, loops, functions, and script parameters
After this course, you'll be ready to apply for Junior and mid-level Linux Admin jobs.
Who this course is for:
- People with limited time
- Linux newbies
- Anyone wishing to master Linux
- Anyone aspiring to become a career SysAdmin
- Web developers
- Ethical hackers
I currently maintain hundreds of Linux and Windows Servers on-premise, and in the cloud. I manage multi-gigabyte PostgreSQL and Oracle Databases. I also enjoy writing applications in Ruby and React. I've been a certified Java developer since 2008 and I'm considered a Puppet expert.
In my spare time, I love to teach what I've learned.