Red Hat Linux Training in Bangalore

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Red Hat Linux Certification Training in Bangalore Marathahalli, Rajajinagar, BTM Layout.

Red Hat Linux is a leading server operating system, nearly 70% of the servers in the world run Linux based OS. The market share of Red Hat is around 60%.

There is consistent growth adoption of Red Hat Linux, and 7-% of the web servers in the world run LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP). The reason for this is linux provides flexible, scalable solutions.

Red hat linux administrators are constantly in high demand due to usage of the OS from small to big applications is high.

Lots of devices like routers, switches, firewalls, phones use linux as its core operating system. all most for everything today we use app starting from ordering food to money transfer, and the usage of these apps growing rapidly, the backend infrastructure to develop a app or a web application is linux based operating system predominantly Linux based OS Red Hat.

Apponix has been providing Red Hat course training seamlessly to its valued students from last 6 years in Bangalore.
we are proud to say we are the top Red Hat Linux training provider in Bangalore, we offer outstanding training experience to our beloved students, our faculty are very experienced Linux system administrators with more than 7 years of experience in the industry.

Best Red Hat Linux Training institute in Bangalore

Red Hat Linux Training material is designed by our experienced IT professionals to provide real time experience on Linux system administration. The topics or sessions will be delivered in such a way that after completing the course the students will have a excellent practical exposure to system administration and will be ready for a job, The course is completely aligned to RHCE & RHCA Exams.

Red Hat Linux Training course objectives:

  • Teach Basics of UNIX OS
  • Ownership and permissions of the files and directories.
  • File and directory permissions
  • Manage files and directories in linux OS
  • Using VI Editor to edit files
  • Installing and managing RedHat OS
  • Package management using RPM
  • Services, Utilities, necessary Files and Directories
  • User and group administration
  • File System Security and Management
  • Advanced file system Management
  • Server Configurations
  • Shell Scripting and Kerberos
  • Configuring SMB Service, SMTP service and Virtualization
  • Advanced Security and Networking concepts
  • IPv6 configuration, Kickstart Installation

Why choose Apponix as a Top Linux Training center in Bangalore?

  • Apponix has very experienced Linux system administrators as its trainers.
  • 100% student satisfaction rate since 6 years
  • 5000+ satisfied students.
  • Excellent lab infrastcrure for RedHat Linux training
  • Certification and placement assistance
  • All our class rooms are air-conditioned
  • Well coordinating and supporting staff
  • Dedicated HR team to help students in securing job

Placement assistance for Linux and Unix Training in Bangalore

We have tied up with many companies & recruitment agencies to help our students getting job as soon as they complete the course, also we are the official partner of www.talentsarena.com which is a leading job portal in India.
Also we have a dedicated HR team who will constantly help you in placement.
Our faculty will help you in interview questions & answers.

Course content for RedHat Linux Training in Bangalore.

Module 1: Linux Course Contents
  1. Introduction to unix, installation of linux
  2. User,group administration, acl
  3. Disk partitions,by using fdisk
  4. Mounting file systems, swap file system
  5. Backup and recovery, tar, cpio
  6. Basics of nfs, sharing data
  7. Disk quotas, lvm, raid
  8. Dhcp, dns, mail, web, ftp, yum
Module 2: Course Curriculum
  1. Introduction to unix & linux
  2. History of unix and linux
  3. Basic concepts of operating system, kernel, shell & file system structure
  4. Basic concepts of linux
  5. Differences between centos, red hat enterprise linux & fedora
  6. Basic commands of linux
  7. Advanced linux commands
  8. Installation of linux
  9. Inter active installation
  10. Network based installation
  11. Introduction to graphical environment
  12. Use and customize the gnome interface
  13. Perform command tasks using the gnome gui
  14. Launch applications from command line & gnome interface
  15. Customize x window system
  16. Software package administration
  17. Installing and deleting software packages
  18. Querying and updating software packages
  19. User and group administration
  20. Creating and deleting users from the systems
  21. Modifying users profile
  22. Creating and deleting groups
  23. Important system files related to user administration
  24. Advanced file permissions
  25. Assigning advanced files permissions i.e. chmod, chown, chgrp & sticky bit
  26. Creating, modifying and deleting acl's
  27. Disk partitioning and mounting file system
  28. Using fdisk, disk druid utilities for disk partitioning
  29. Configuring and installation of zimbra server
  30. Integrate on of zimbra with ldap
  31. Starting the daemons
  32. Creating users mail accounts / creating groups
  33. Taking backup of mail accounts
  34. Maintaining the logs of mail accounts
  35. Configuration of outlook , appletalk,mobile mail
  36. Nagios monitoring tool
  37. Installation & configuration of nagios & plugings
  38. Create nagios user & group
  39. Installation & configuration of web interface for nagios
  40. Starting the service
  41. Adding multiple servers & clients in nagios
  42. Ntp server
  43. Configuring of ntp server
  44. Starting the service
  45. Ntp synchronization
  46. Configuring on client
  47. Remote installation
  48. Configuraing kickstart
  49. Installing os with network
  50. Booting process
  51. Booting initialization
  52. Kernel initialization
  53. Init process
  54. Troubleshooting system
  55. Recovering the super user password
  56. Recovering the bootloader
  57. Troubleshooting network related problems
  58. Samba server
  59. Configuring samba server
  60. Configuring windows for sharing
  61. Virtualization
  62. Managing vm’s with kvm
  63. Cloning the vm
  64. Starting stoping vm’s
  65. Log server
  66. Configuring log server
  67. Log rotation
  68. Analyzing logs
  69. Kernel updating
  70. Changing current kernel
  71. Upgrading kernel using yum
  72. Ipbonding
  73. Configuring ipbonding
  74. Nic failover
  75. Load balance
  76. Using mkfs, commands to create file systems
  77. Mounting various file systems
  78. Auto mounting of file system
  79. Disk quotas
  80. Enabling quotas on partitions
  81. Creating quotas for users
  82. Auditing quotas limit
  83. Backup and recovery
  84. Introduction to various types of backup media
  85. Backup and restoring using tar and cpio commands
  86. Nfs
  87. Configuring nfs server
  88. Mounting nfs exports on nfs clients
  89. Dynamic host configuration protocol (dhcp)
  90. Configuring linux as dhcp server
  91. Configuring various clients for dhcp server (windows & linux)
  92. Dns server
  93. Configuration of dns server
  94. Configuration of primary dns server
  95. Configuration of forward lookup zone
  96. Configuration of reverse lookup zone
  97. Testing tool of dns zones
  98. Adding services in dns
  99. Web server (apache)
  100. Basics of web service
  101. Introduction to apache
  102. Configuring apache for main site
  103. Configuring apache for multiple sites using ip-based, port-based and name-based virtual hosting
  104. Ftp server (vsftp daemon)
  105. Basics of file transfer protocol
  106. Configuring vsftpd for anonymous ftp service
  107. Raid (redundant array of inexpensive disks) & logical volume manager
  108. Implementing raidon linux
  109. Raid levels (0, 1 and 5) configuration using raid tools
  110. Resizing the partition using lvm
Module 3: Advanced Topics
  1. Webserver (apache)
  2. Introduction of apache
  3. Comparison between http and https
  4. Generating ssl key & creating ca
  5. Configuring https
  6. Configuring https client
  7. Zimbra mail server
  8. Proxy server
  9. Proxy server configuration
  10. Creating acl’s to restrict internet to users
  11. Proxy cache server

Career after Red Hat Linux Course Training.

India is leading leader in information technology, most of the companies in US & Europe outsource their infrastcrure management work to India, this will create plenty of job opportunities for Unix system administrators mainly in metros like Bangalore. Bangalore itself is home for Top 500 MNCs in the world. considering these facts there is always a need for system administrators in these companies.

Salary expectation after completion of Linux Training

As there is a growing demand for RedHat system administrators, the salary is also constantly going high for Linux skills, for fresh graduates with 0 experience the average salary for RedHat Linux System Administrator is Rs 3 lacks per year, this salary will increase based on experience, if you have 3 years of linux administration the salary expectation will be min Rs 6 lacks per year and for 7 years of experience it will be min Rs 12 lacks per year.

Red Hat certification cost in Bangalore

RHCE certification cost in India 2019 is around Rs 15,000 + GST for 1st attempt, for 2nd and 3rd attempt it will be around Rs 5,000 + GST

RHCA certification cost in India 2019 is also around Rs 15,000 + GST, but for next 2 attempts it will be around Rs 7,000 + GST

RHCE – RedHat Certified Engineer
RHCA – RedHat Certified Architect

Prerequisites for Red Hat Linux Training.

1: Who can take Red Hat Linux Training?

  • Fresh graduates or diploma holders in any stream
  • Technical support executives
  • Desktop support engineers
  • Windows system administrators
  • Database Administrators
  • And anyone who is interested in gaining Linux skills.

2: What are the job roles related to Red Hat Linux?

  • Unix System Administrator
  • Linux System Administrator
  • Linux Engineer
  • RedHat System Engineer
  • RedHat System Administrator

3: How do I prepare for RedHat Certification?

Our Red Hat Linux instructor will advise you fully on how to crack this these exams.

RedHat Linux AWS Training locations in Bangalore

We provide RedHat Linux Training in Malleswaram, Vijayanagar, Jayanagar, Mattikere, M G Road, Indira Nagar, Hebbal, Banashankari, Basavanagudi, BTM Layout, Marathahalli

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