CentOS 7 Administration Course Overview

CentOS 7 Administration Course Overview

The CentOS 7 Administration course is a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with essential skills for managing CentOS systems. This course covers a wide range of topics from initial installation to advanced system administration, making it ideal for both beginners and experienced users.

Module 1 starts with installing CentOS 7, accessing the command line interface (CLI), managing files, seeking help, and creating, viewing, and editing text files. Moving to Module 2, participants learn about managing local users and groups, setting permissions, understanding processes, and controlling services and daemons. In Module 3, the focus is on securing SSH, analyzing and storing logs, configuring networking, and archiving. Module 4 delves into package management, accessing file systems, and working with virtualized systems. Lastly, Module 5 introduces automation via Kickstart, using grep, and the VIM editor.

Learners who complete this CentOS training will gain a robust foundation in CentOS administration, essential for managing real-world Linux environments. This CentOS course is highly beneficial for those aspiring to become proficient Linux administrators.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! Here are the minimum required prerequisites for successfully undertaking the CentOS 7 Administration course:

  • Basic knowledge of computer hardware and architecture.
  • Familiarity with operating system concepts and how they function in a networked environment.
  • Understanding of the basics of networking, including what an IP address and subnet are.
  • Some experience with using text editors and command-line interfaces, regardless of the operating system.
  • Ability to navigate through filesystems and understanding of file hierarchy in an operating system.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to new technical concepts and terminology.
  • No prior experience with CentOS or Linux is required, but any exposure to a Linux-based operating system will be advantageous.

Target Audience for CentOS 7 Administration

The CentOS 7 Administration course equips IT professionals with essential skills for managing CentOS Linux systems effectively.

  • System Administrators
  • IT Professionals seeking Linux certification
  • Network Administrators
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Security Professionals and Ethical Hackers
  • Database Administrators
  • Professionals working in cloud environments
  • Anyone interested in building a career in Linux system administration

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this CentOS 7 Administration?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

Gain practical skills in CentOS 7 administration, including system installation, file management, user/group management, security, networking, package management, and automation with Kickstart, all through hands-on lessons.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Install CentOS 7 and access the command-line interface to execute basic shell commands.
  • Manage files and directories using bash shell commands, and resolve issues with built-in help systems.
  • Edit text files using command-line editors and redirect command outputs to files.
  • Administer local user and group accounts, and enforce password policies for system security.
  • Set and understand file system permissions, and their impact on user access and system security.
  • Monitor and control system processes and services, including the use of systemd for managing daemons.
  • Configure, secure, and troubleshoot Secure Shell (SSH) for remote system access.
  • Analyze system logs to identify and troubleshoot issues, and manage system networking configurations.
  • Manage software packages with YUM and EPEL repositories, and access and maintain file systems.
  • Automate CentOS installations using Kickstart, write regular expressions for pattern matching, and use the Vim editor for advanced text manipulation.