SysOps (System Operations) is one of the critical areas of Cloud Computing which helps in managing all the activities related to systems & operations. SysOps track intended for systems administrators to get expertise in deploying, operating and managing fault-tolerant systems on cloud platform. IT Professional who have completed SysOps track is able to perform the core system administration skills required in RedHat Enterprise Linux & CentOs environments which helps in securing a career as a Systems administrator, Linux engineer, Network engineer, DevOps Engineer, Cloud professionals and variety of other high paying IT roles.
About This Course
RHEL Intensive & Intensive++ course provides three months long. It aims to develop a deeper understanding of core Linux system administration skills in storage configuration and management, installation and deployment of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Management of security features such as SELinux, control of recurring system tasks, management of the boot process and troubleshooting & deploying and managing core network services such as DNS,HTTPS, SMTP etc. Learn best practices and concepts for optimum problem solving, workflow, distribution.
What you will learn
- Linux Filesystem Hierarchy
- Soft Links & Hard Links
- Compression & Archival in Linux
- Advanced Permissions
- Process & Daemons
- Boot process
- Performance monitoring
User & Network Administration:
- Users/Groups Administration
- RPM & Source Code Management
- LVM, Quota , Cron, Troubleshooting
- Kernel Compilation, Network Configuration
- NFS, DHCP , FTP, SSH, Samba, NFS
- SMB, AWS ec2, s3, ebs,
- elb & auto scaling
- DNS, Apache, Tomcat, Postfix, Nginx
- Squid, MySql, Monitoring
- Technology Stack & SFTP
- Ldap, Syslog, Hardening/Patching
- SELINUX, PAM, Iptables, Kdump, PXE
- Heartbeat, HAProxy-DRBD
- HA Cluster, Infrastructure RAID
- Openfiler û Luns Scanning & Remote Block Storage
- Multipathing, Bonding/Teaming
- Vulnerability Scanning & OpenScap
- AIDE, Encryption, Auditing, Whitelisting App
What skills you will gain
- Manage users & groups.
- Deploying and managing network servers running domain name service (DNS), MySql, Apache HTTPD, Postfix SMTP, network file sharing with network file system (NFS) and server message block (SMB), iSCSI initiators and targets.
- Advanced networking and firewalld configurations, and troubleshoot the system. Manage compliance with OpenScap.
- Monitor activity and changes on a server with Linux Audit and AIDE.
- Protect data from compromise with storage encryption.
- Troubleshoot boot/ security/storage/network issues.
- Create and manage highly available services.
- Troubleshoot common cluster issues.
- Work with shared storage (iSCSI) and configure multipathing.
- Managing local storage, creating and using file systems.
- Manage SELinux settings
A mid-career Linux System Administrator with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $79,487. An experienced Linux System Administrator with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $84,328.