Overview

The Red Hat Certified System Administrator certification, also known as the RHCSA, is the top red hat system administrator programs for IT professionals today. This certification is offered by Red Hat, which is a global leader in open source solutions that use a community-powered approach for providing high-performing and reliable Linux and other technologies like virtualization, cloud, and storage. The primary objective of the RHCSA program is to impart knowledge and skills that are critical to the job role of Linux system administrators.

Learning Outcome

This certification program provides a candidate with the skills, knowledge, capabilities to accomplish the following tasks:
  • Ability to diagnose as well as address permissions problems and SE Linux policy violations
  • Configuration of local storage using logical volumes and partitions
  • Managing groups and users including focusing on the use of centralized directory for authentication
  • Using VNC and ssh for accessing remote systems
  • Locating and reading on-line documentation using info, man, and files in /usr/share/doc
  • Proper management of system resources like identifying memory/CPU intensive processes, adjusting process priority, and kill processes
  • Managing security including using or installing basic firewall and SE Linux configuration
  • Creation and configuration of file systems and attributes like encryption, permissions, network file systems, and access control lists

Who should Attend?

  • Systems Administrators
  • Systems Engineers
  • Linux Administrators

Eligibility Criteria

  • RH124 - No pre-requisites required
  • RH134 - Must have completed RH124
  • RH200 - minimum 1-3 years experience in Lnuz Administration

This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under CITREP+ page


Information as accurate as of 24 December 2019