Linux Training in Nepal
Linux is an open source operating system which has lately become a bandwagon to jump upon for many programmers and developers. As it follows, Broadway launches especially designed Linux training in Nepal with a vision to help administrators, developers and IT executives to effectively handle Linux operating system. This course is sectioned into three parts for the ease of students. The sections include Red Hat system administration one, two and three. The first section gives a concept of installation and configuration to the students. On the other hand, two and three focuses mainly on advanced systems, for instance, developing a security system.
Benefits of Linux Training
Candidates who study Linux can enjoy following benefits:
- Enjoy the secured app development process.
- Learn how to operate the system via command line.
- Learn to set up a network connection and network security.
- Develops minor skills such as leadership.
- Helps to understand Linux administration skill.
- Infinite job opportunities.
- Career as a system administrator.
Benefits of Linux Training at Broadway Infosys Nepal
Any candidates who are trained under Broadway Infosys can achieve following benefits.
- Experienced open source technology professionals as Linux mentors.
- Well-equipped training lab.
- Availability of Linux certification.
- Opportunity to expand the network with Linux community.
- Guaranteed internship upon the completion of the training.
- Interactive and productive learning environment.
Broadway is a top-notch IT institution providing quality Linux training in Nepal. Save yourself a seat at the earliest to appear in an upcoming training session and secure various offers.
RH124: Red Hat System Administration I
Course content summary:
- Graphical installation of Linux
- Managing physical storage
- Introduction to the command line
- Learning how to install and configure local components and services
- Establishing network and securing network services
- Managing and securing files
- Administrating users and groups
- Deploying file-sharing services
- GUI-based tools and key command-line concepts
- Basic security skills
- Get Started with the GNOME Graphical Desktop
- Manage Files Graphically with Nautilus
- Get Help in a Graphical Environment
- Configure Local Services
- Manage Physical Storage I
- Manage Logical Volumes
- Monitor System Resources
- Manage System Software
- Get Started with Bash
- Get Help in a Textual Environment
- Establish Network Connectivity
- Administer Users and Groups
- Manage Files from the Command Line
- Secure Linux File Access
- Administer Remote Systems
- Configure General Services
- Manage Physical Storage II
- Install Linux Graphically
- Manage Virtual Machines
- Control the Boot Process
- Deploy File Sharing Services
- Secure Network Services
- Comprehensive Review
RH135: Red Hat System Administration II
Building command-line administration skills
Course content summary
- Network configuration and troubleshooting
- Managing file systems and logical volumes
- Controlling user and file access
- Installing and managing services and processes
- Essential command-line operations
- Troubleshooting file systems and partitioning
- LVM, access control, and package management
- Automated Installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Accessing the Command Line
- Intermediate Command Line Tools
- Regular Expressions, Pipelines, and I/O Redirection
- Network Configuration and Troubleshooting
- Managing Simple Partitions and Filesystems
- Managing Flexible Storage with the Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
- Access Network File Sharing Services; NFS and CIFS
- Managing User Accounts
- Network User Accounts with LDAP
- Controlling Access to Files
- Managing SELinux
- Installing and Managing Software
- Managing Installed Services
- Analyzing and Storing Logs
- Managing Processes
- Tuning and Maintaining the Kernel
- System Recovery Techniques
RH254: Red Hat System Administration III
Advanced skills for the experienced Linux administrator
Course content summary:
- Enhancing user security
- Disk management with Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI)
- System and network activity monitoring
- Network management and packet filtering
- Software management
- Web service management
- File sharing across platforms
- Basic SMTP management
- Getting Started with the Classroom Environment
- Enhance User Security
- Bash Scripting and Tools
- File Security with GnuPG
- Software Management
- Network Monitoring
- Route Network Traffic
- Secure Network Traffic
- NTP Server Configuration
- System Monitoring and Logs
- Centralized and Secure Storage
- SSL-encapsulated Web Services
- Web Server Additional Configuration
- Basic SMTP Configuration
- DNS Server (Note:- DNS Master/Slave configuration are out of RHCE course)
- File Sharing with NFS
- File Sharing with CIFS
- File Sharing with FTP
- Troubleshooting Boot Process
After the completion of the course, students will have a project work related to SQUID (firewall and cache proxy) or MAIL Server.