Intensive Course Engineer Linux. RHCE, SCE and LFCE certifications.
The most demanded certifications at your fingertips.
In recent years, Red Hat™ and SUSE™ as well as their community distributions (Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE) are an alternative to older UNIX systems (AIX™, Solaris™, HP-UX™) especially in non-critical environments. Examples include applications that rely on relational databases such as Oracle or DB2. Also application servers like JBOSS, Webpshere. However it is in infrastructures for new workloads such as SAP HANA, Apache Hadoop or Spark as well as web solutions where Linux is the default operating system.
With our help you will get in the shortest time possible the training you need. You will practice in a laboratory environment that simulates the challenges you will face tomorrow and will have various support materials of own elaboration. In addition, our approach is independent of the chosen Linux distribution. We cover the differences between them, the changes in the latest versions and the best practices common to all of them applied to different use cases. Unlike other teaching modalities, we go far beyond commands and parameters, focusing on what’s really important.
Once passed, you can submit with warranties to the RHCE™ (Red Hat Certified Engineer) exam or other equivalent certifications from SUSE™ (Suse Certified Engineer), CompTIA™ or Linux Professional Institute, specifically the LFCE™ (Linux Foundation Certified Engineer). In addition, the course includes a specific workshop to face these tests, tutorials and support materials.
- Unit 1: Installing Red Hat 8 on productive servers and best practices.
- Unit 2: System services management with Systemd
- Unit 3: Advanced network configuration settings
- Unit 4: Using Journald and Rsyslog
- Unit 5: What’s new in GRUB2
- Unit 6: Storage and LVM2
- Unit 7: Management of supported file systems: XFS, BTRFS and EXT4
- Unit 8: Problem determination
- Unit 9: Firewalld Configuration
- Unit 10: Use of DNF, YUM and software package management systems.
- Unit 11: Use of Dockers and LXC (Linux Containers)
- Unit 12: Performance tuning (cpu, memory, network and storage)
- Unit 13: Deployment of services: web, databases, app servers, etc.
- Unit 14: NTP Configuration
- Red Hat Certified Engineer
- SUSE Certified Engineer
- Linux Foundation Certified Engineer
The course is designed to be taught in 30h spread over 5 days but the duration can be adapted to the needs of the students.
System and storage administrators with experience on AIX, Linux or Windows
Note: All our training is based on our own making materials. Using community Linux distributions such as CentOS (based on Red Hat), Open SUSE (based on Novell SUSE), Debian and Ubuntu.