GL254 – Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems Administration III

zuletzt aktualisiert:
10. Juli 2014
Kurs-Nr.:
GL254
Preis:
3490,00 CHF pro Platz (zzgl. MwSt.)
Ort:
Zürich
Gruppe:
keine Angabe
Level:
keine Angabe

Beschreibung

Vertiefung ihres Red Hat Enterprise Linux Wissens
Der GL254 ist ein Kurs für Fortgeschrittene und deckt inhaltlich die identischen Themen wie der Red Hat® RH254 und RH255 ab. Im Vergleich zu den Red Hat Kursen wurden zusätzlich umfangreiche Laborübungen eingearbeitet um das theoretisch erlernte Wissen weiter zu vertiefen.
In diesem Kurs werden die fundamentalen Linux-Systemadministration Techniken und Methoden vermittelt. Die Teilnehmer vertiefen die bereits vorhandenen Kenntnisse und erlernen neue dazu. Schwerpunkt wird auf Automatisierungstechnik, Konfiguration und Anwendung verschiedener Netzwerkdienste gelegt.

Zielgruppe
Systemadministratoren, die Ihr Wissen hinsichtlich einer Zertifizierung wie RHCE vertiefen wollen.

Kursziel
Dieser Kurs befähigt Sie, Linux als Standalone-System zu installieren, administrieren sowie in ein bestehendes Netzwerk zu integrieren. Mit beherrschen des vermittelten Wissens dieses Kurses sind Sie in der Lage, die Zertifizierung zum RHCE zu bestehen.

Vorkenntnisse
Der Besuch der Kurse GL124 "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems Admin I" und GL134 "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems Admin II" oder gleichwertige Kenntnisse sind Voraussetzung.

Agenda

  1. ENHANCE USER SECURITY
    1. Kerberos Concepts
    2. Kerberos Components
    3. Kerberos Principals
    4. Overall Goals for Users
    5. Authentication Process
    6. Install krb5.conf on Clients
    7. Client PAM Configuration
    8. Signing In to Kerberos
    9. Viewing Tickets
    10. Removing Tickets
    11. Passwords
    12. Changing Passwords
    13. Giving Others Access
    14. SSH Key Management
    15. ssh-agent
    16. OpenSSH and Kerberos
    LAB TASKS
    1. SSH Key-based User Authentication
    2. Using ssh-agent
    3. Kerberos Client Setup
    4. OpenSSH with Kerberos
  2. BASH SCRIPTING AND TOOLS
    1. Shell Script Strengths and Weaknesses
    2. Example Shell Script
    3. Positional Parameters
    4. Input & Output
    5. Doing Math
    6. Comparisons with test
    7. Exit Status
    8. Conditional Statements
    9. Flow Control: case
    10. The for Loop
    11. The while and until Loops
    LAB TASKS
    1. Writing a Shell Script
  3. FILE SECURITY WITH GNUPG
    1. GPG - GNU Privacy Guard
    LAB TASKS
    1. File Encryption with GPG
  4. SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT
    1. RPM Package Files
    2. Source RPMs
    3. Using Source RPMs
    4. Installing Source RPM Packages
    5. Creating Support Files
    6. The Spec file
    7. The Header Stanza
    8. Prep, Build, and Install
    9. The Files Section
    10. Optional Script Section(s)
    11. The Changelog Section
    12. Building Packages
    13. Digitally Signing Packages
    14. Revising a Package
    15. RPM Development Tools
    16. Yum Plugins
    17. Dealing With RPM & YUM Digest Changes
    LAB TASKS
    1. rpmdevtools and Simple RPM Creation
  5. NETWORK MONITORING
    1. tcpdump and wireshark
    2. Information from netstat and ss
    3. lsof and fuser
    4. nmap
    LAB TASKS
    1. Network Tools
    2. NMAP
  6. ROUTE NETWORK TRAFFIC
    1. Configuring the Kernel via /proc/
    2. Tuning Kernel Network Settings
    3. Linux as a Router
    4. Configuring Routing Tables
    5. IP to MAC Address Mapping with ARP
    LAB TASKS
    1. Adjusting Kernel Options
  7. SECURE NETWORK TRAFFIC
    1. SSH Port Forwarding
    2. Persistent Port Forwarding Configuration
    3. Netfilter: Stateful Packet Filter Firewall
    4. Netfilter Concepts
    5. Using the iptables Command
    6. Common match_specs
    7. Address Translation
    8. Configuring NAT and PAT
    9. NAT Limitations
    10. Security Using NAT and PAT
    11. Detecting NAT
    LAB TASKS
    1. Tunneling TCP connections over SSH
    2. Securing Services with Netfilter
  8. NTP SERVER CONFIGURATION
    1. Managing Network-Wide Time
    2. Continual Time Sync with NTP
    3. Configuring NTP Clients
    4. Useful NTP Commands
    LAB TASKS
    1. NTP Client Configuration
  9. SYSTEM MONITORING AND LOGS
    1. Filesystem Structures
    2. Determining Disk Usage With df and du
    3. Filesystem Maintenance
    4. Corrupt Filesystems
    5. Troubleshooting Incorrect File Permissions
    6. System Status - Memory
    7. System Status - I/O
    8. System Status - CPU
    9. Viewing Processes
    10. Performance Trending with sar
    11. System Logging
    12. Rsyslog
    13. /etc/rsyslog.conf
    14. Log Management
    15. Log Anomaly Detector
    LAB TASKS
    1. Setting up a Full Debug Logfile
    2. Remote Syslog Configuration
    3. System Activity Reporter
  10. CENTRALIZED AND SECURE STORAGE
    1. SAN Multipathing
    2. Multipath Configuration
    3. Multipathing Best Practices
    4. iSCSI Architecture
    5. Open-iSCSI Initiator Implementation
    6. iSCSI Initiator Discovery
    7. iSCSI Initiator Node Administration
    8. Mounting iSCSI Targets at Boot
    9. iSCSI Multipathing Considerations
    10. File Encryption With encfs
    11. Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS)
    LAB TASKS
    1. iSCSI Initiator Configuration
    2. LUKS-on-disk format Encrypted Filesystem
  11. SSL-ENCAPSULATED WEB SERVICES
    1. Apache Architecture
    2. Adding Modules to Apache
    3. Apache Configuration Files
    4. httpd.conf - Server Settings
    5. httpd.conf - Main Configuration
    6. Symmetric Encryption Algorithms
    7. Asymmetric Encryption Algorithms
    8. Digital Certificates
    9. SSL Using mod_ssl.so
    LAB TASKS
    1. Apache Architecture
    2. Apache Content
    3. Using SSL Certificates with Apache
  12. WEB SERVER ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATION
    1. Virtual Hosting DNS Implications
    2. httpd.conf - VirtualHost Configuration
    3. Name-based Virtual Host
    4. Apache Logging
    5. Delegating Administration
    6. Directory Protection
    7. Directory Protection with AllowOverride
    8. Common Uses for .htaccess
    9. Configuring CGI
    LAB TASKS
    1. Configuring Virtual Hosts
    2. Using .htaccess Files
    3. CGI Scripts in Apache
  13. BASIC SMTP CONFIGURATION
    1. Postfix Features
    2. Postfix Components
    3. Postfix Configuration
    4. master.cf
    5. main.cf
    6. Postfix Map Types
    7. Postfix Pattern Matching
    8. Virtual Domains
    9. Configuration Commands
    10. Management Commands
    11. Postfix, Relaying and SMTP AUTH
    12. SMTP AUTH Server and Relay Control
    LAB TASKS
    1. Configuring Postfix
    2. Postfix Network Configuration
    3. Postfix Virtual Host Configuration
  14. CACHING-ONLY DNS SERVER
    1. Naming Services
    2. The Domain Name Space
    3. Delegation and Zones
    4. Server Roles
    5. Resolving Names
    6. Resolving IP Addresses
    7. Basic BIND Administration
    8. Configuring the Resolver
    9. Testing Resolution
    10. Creating a Site-Wide Cache
    11. SOA - Start of Authority
    12. A & PTR - Address & Pointer Records
    13. NS - Name Server
    14. CNAME & MX - Alias & Mail Host
    LAB TASKS
    1. Caching-only DNS
  15. FILE SHARING WITH NFS
    1. File Sharing via NFS
    2. NFSv4
    3. NFS Clients
    4. NFS Server Configuration
    5. Implementing NFSv4
    LAB TASKS
    1. NFS Server Configuration
  16. FILE SHARING WITH CIFS
    1. Samba Daemons
    2. Accessing Windows/Samba Shares from Linux
    3. Samba Utilities
    4. Samba Configuration Files
    5. The smb.conf File
    6. Mapping Permissions and ACLs
    7. Mapping Linux Concepts
    8. Mapping Users
    9. Share Authentication
    10. User-Level Access
    11. Samba Account Database
    12. User Share Restrictions
    LAB TASKS
    1. Samba Share-Level Access
    2. Samba User-Level Access
    3. Samba Group Shares
  17. FILE SHARING WITH FTP
    1. The FTP Protocol
    2. Active Mode FTP
    3. Passive Mode FTP
    4. vsftpd
    5. Anonymous FTP with vsftpd
    LAB TASKS
    1. Configuring vsftpd
  18. TROUBLESHOOTING BOOT PROCESS
    1. Booting Linux on PCs
    2. GRUB Configuration
    3. Boot Parameters
    4. Initial ramdisk
    5. /sbin/init
    6. System Init Styles
    7. Linux Runlevels
    8. /etc/inittab
    9. /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
    10. Runlevel Implementation
    11. System Configuration Files
    12. Typical SysV Init Script
    13. The /etc/rc.local File
    14. Shutdown and Reboot
    15. Rescue Environment
    LAB TASKS
    1. Boot Process
    2. Recovering Damaged MBR
    3. Introduction to Troubleshooting Labs
    4. Troubleshooting Practice: Boot Process

 

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