Linux Certification Training

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Linux Certification Training

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About Linux Training:
Linux training from us assists you to have an awesome career in the administration field. Get Start learning at your own pace across the World. Our Linux training, are led by a highly qualified instructor. The Kernel Training is a leading online institute with real time online instructors, who provide best Linux training. We have free lab facility for Linux admin training program. Students can get excellent knowledge with our Linux tutorial. We cover all the Linux commands to have in depth knowledge of the subject.

Linux administration is the basic skill to have career in administration field. If you want to learn something advance like devOps or VMware or any other technology. Linux administration skills will help you to learn advance technology easily.

Why Learn Linux Administration?
Learn Linux administrations from our trainers who are unique and descriptive in their ability and skills. Beginner or experienced system admins, you will always get something new to upgrade your skills from our live training sessions, case studies, course materials, Linux tutorials and projects. Linux system administrator career is always the best with increased number of Linux admin jobs. After registration, for this Linux for beginner’s course you will have access to LMS (Learning management system).

Our Linux training helps to enhance performance of students, that enable them to grow in every aspect of this field. All our faculty members are industry experts. You will be learning important concepts of Linux operating system. Register quickly and check for the new batches. Kernel Training offers advanced live interactive sessions as well as self-paced course training led by real time experts.

Linux Tutorial Details:
Linux administration course helps you discover the tools used by system administrators in enterprise environments, install new systems with a variety of distributions and configure systems with new hardware and software combinations. We will also help you in preparing for Linux admin interview questions and answers. By this you can easily get Linux administration job of your interest. Linux admin salary is on an exponential level with experience of the candidate. So don’t miss out the immense opportunity in Linux administration career. Linux Tutorial For Beginners from our experts assists you to get clear knowledge on subject.

Linux Administration Course Target:
Basic foundation to Unix.
Configuration and Installation of Linux.
User, Group administration, ACL, Linux commands.
Automation of Jobs, Linux operating system basics, Disk partitions.
Troubleshooting your Linux operating system.
Mounting File Systems.
Kickstart Installation, Quotas.
Basic of AutoFS, TCP/IP and NFS.
DHCP, DNS, VSFTP, NIS, Squid, Web, Mail, and Samba.
Backup and recovery, Printer Configuration.
Linux Tutorial Targeted Audience:
Fresher’s and Aspirants, who want to learn Linux training.
Linux Administrators, Developers & Support Personnel.
Professionals who are moving from Microsoft Windows platforms to this Environment can also adopt for Linux for beginners training.
Professionals moving from other Unixes (IBM AIX, Oracle Solaris) to this Environment, those who want to learn Linux commands in depth.
Linux Tutorial Prerequisites:
Knowledge of basic Unix, Basic knowledge of Linux commands needed for this Linux administrator training.

Linux Administration Training Format:
Linux for beginners are live interactive sessions led by the highly qualified instructor.
We provide lab sessions with hands on experience on real time projects using different Linux commands.
We provide Linux admin certification at the end of the Linux tutorial as a course completion certificate.
Linux Administration Career Opportunities:
The career in Linux administration is awesome, you don’t get any regrets after learning this course. In market, we can find huge opportunities for this post, but organization is facing the lack of skilled employees. Linux is base for many technologies. For Example after completing Linux admin course you can learn automation technologies like Devops.

Linux Certification:
Linux certifications assists candidate to stand out from a group of skilled employees. Certification will add weight in your profile. Candidate with Linux operating system certificates will get good Linux admin salary than un-certified peer.

Entire Course Will be taught on two versions of Linux 6 & 7
Introduction to Linux
History of UNIX & Linux
Basic Concepts of Operating System

Basics
File System of Linux
Creating, Removing, Copying, Moving files & Directories
File Permissions

Intermediate Command Line tools
Soft link & hard links
Introduction to VIM
Basic VIM workflow

Regular Expressions, Pipelines & I/O Redirections
Using Grep
Pipelines & Redirections
Basic Regular Expressions

Linux Installation 6 & 7
Installation of Linux Graphically
Kick Start Installation
Network Installation (using ftp, NFS & HTTP)
Combining kick start & NIW installation
User & Group Administration
Creating & Deleting Users
Modifying Users Profile
Files related to User Administration
Creating & Removing Groups
Adding & Removing Users to Groups

Controlling Access to Files
Applying File System Access Control List (ACL)
Restricting a particular user to use a file or directory
Making a partition acl enabled

Managing SELinux
Basic SELinux Security Concepts in RHEL 6 & 7
SELinux Models
Display & Modify SELinux Models
Display & Modify SELinux File Context

Managing Partitions & File Systems in RHEL 6 & 7
Diff type of FS like ext3, ext4 in Xfs.
Simple Partition & File System
Enabling Data Privacy with Partition Encryption
Managing Swap Space
Increasing & Decreasing swap spaces
Mounting a File system & Making it Permanent
Integrating Linux with NetApp, SAN
How to work with SAN FC & iSCSI-SAN (IP SAN) Disk
ISCSI on Linux to get disk from NetApp

Logical Volume Management
Components of LVM
Implementation of LVM Storage
Creating Volume Groups & Logical Volumes
Extend a Logical Volume
Extending & reducing a Volume Group
Performing LVM Graphically
FS Related issues in Real time

Network Configuration & Trouble Shooting
Introduction to Networking
Understanding Network Configuration Files
Assigning IP Address
IP-aliasing
Nic-Bonding

Introduction to connections in RHEL 7
Creating, Modifying, Deleting connections.
Introduction to hostname ctl command in RHEL 7

Job Automation
Using Cron jobs
Using At Jobs
Restricting Users from using Cron jobs
Real time usage of corn, various examples

Network File Services (NFS)
Demons and workflow of NFS demons
Configuring NFS server
Mounting NFS Directory on Clients
Auto mounting NFS

DNS Server
Configuring DNS Server
Adding clients to DNS Server
Client side configuration

Mail Server
Configuring postfix & Dovecot
MX record in DNS

DHCP Server

Proxy Server

VNC Server
Creating user access through VNC
Logging into server through VNC client

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Using FTP
Configuring FTP for anonymous users
Configuring FTP for upload files
Configuring FTP for Downloading files
Restricting Users for FTP

SAMBA Server
Configuring SAMBA service for file sharing with Windows
Connecting SAMBA server from Windows Client
Connecting SAMBA server from Linux client

Web Server
Configuring Apache web server
Redirecting the website
Virtual web hosting
Port Based web hosting
Name based web hosting

Managing Process
Monitoring Processes
Terminating & Governing Processes
Setting up Priority of the Process
Lisage of Top command

Boot Process
Boot Process of RHEL 6 / RHEL 7
Repairing Boot Issues of RHEL 6 / RHEL 7
Introduction to targets in RHEL 7

Recovering Root Password
Recovering the Super user Password in RHEL 6 / 7
Recovering Boot Loader in RHEL 6/7

Managing Installed Services
Introduction to System ctl command in RHEL 7
Starting, stopping, reloading & refreshing service
Managing Services
Confirm Service Availability
Making service enabled & disabled or various run levels

Accessing a Remote System
Using SSH
Generating Keys
Copying Pub Keys using “ssh-copyid” command
Password Less Logging between two Systems
Usage of SSH in real time

Enhanced User Security
Configuring SUDO
Limiting SUDO Users
Checking logs of SUDO users, Real time issues & usage.

Disabling USB & CD Rom Drivers
Blacklisting & Disabling USB
Blacklisting & Disabling CD-ROM

Backup & Restore
Backing up data using tar
Applying gzip on tar file
Uncompressing tar and gzip files

Installing Software
Using rmp command
Using yum command
creating yum repository
configuring yum server
configuring yum clients

Installing Power path Software
To deal with SAN Disks
How disk are handled in Power Path
Multipath & load balancing concept
Real time issues

Introduction to Firewalled in RHEL 7
adding service & port in firewall
making a rule permanent

NEW BATCHES

COURSES DATE TIME ATTEND
LINUX 21-Sep-17 10:00
AWS 21-Sep-17 09:30
IOT 21-Sep-17 10:00
IOT 21-Sep-17 18:00
VMware 21-Sep-17 10:00
EMC-SAN 21-Sep-17 11:00
CEH 21-Sep-17 13:00

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