The Tecmint.com team is pleased to announce that a long-awaited request from you has become a reality: the availability of the RHCSA (Red Hat Certified System Administrator) based on RHEL 9 and RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer) ebook based on RHEL 8 in PDF format.
Let us tell you why we decided to invest time, effort, and resources to provide you with this possibility.
Besides being committed to providing you with high-quality content, we take great pride in helping spread the knowledge of Linux and Free Open Source Software (FOSS) because 1) we believe in the philosophy, and 2) as part of our worldwide family, we want to help you advance in your career as much as we can.
This ebook, along with the official Red Hat Enterprise Linux official guides, will help you prepare to take and pass the RHCSA (EX200) and RHCE (EX294) exams.
As you know, both exams are aimed at determining if your knowledge, skills, and ability to meet those required of a junior and senior administrator, respectively, of RHEL systems across a wide variety of environments and scenarios.
Becoming RHCSA and RHCE certified can help you show to potential employers (and current as well) that you have what it takes to contribute to the success of their IT departments, which ultimately means the overall success of the business.
Additionally, the demand for highly qualified Linux professionals with certifications is continually on the rise. But do not take our word for it – let’s take a look at a few well-known online job board sites where RHCSA and RHCE-related positions have been posted recently.
At the time of this writing (June 2022), here are the number of open positions available in each site (click on the numbers to go to the search page with results):
|SITE||RHCSA – Job Positions||RHCE – Job Positions|
As you can see, if you get a Red Hat certification, you are not likely to be left without job opportunities.
What’s inside this eBook?
These ebooks cover all the study points for the RHCSA and RHCE exam, which is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9/8.
RHCSA Exam Based on RHEL 9
This book contains 19 chapters with a total of 216 pages, which covers all official exam objectives for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam (EX200) that includes the topics described below:
- Chapter 1: How to Download and Install RHEL 9 for Free
- Chapter 2: Understanding Essential Commands & System Documentation
- Chapter 3: How to Perform File and Directory Management
- Chapter 4: Text Editors and Regular Expressions
- Chapter 5: Managing User Accounts
- Chapter 6: Understanding the Boot Process and Process Management
- Chapter 7: Operate and Manage Running Systems
- Chapter 8: Setting Up and Configuring Local Storage
- Chapter 9: File Systems Formats and Installing & Mounting Network Shares
- Chapter 10: Network Operations (Manage Basic Networking)
- Chapter 11: Package Management and System Logs
- Chapter 12: Basics of FirewallD and IPtables
- Chapter 13: Learn SELinux Basic Concepts and Operations
- Chapter 14: How to Install Stratis to Manage Layered Local Storage
- Chapter 15: How to Create Local HTTP Yum/DNF Repository
- Chapter 16: How to Create a VDO Volume On a Storage Device
- Chapter 17: How to Configure and Manage Basic Networking
- Chapter 18: How to Manage Containers Using Podman and Skopeo
- Chapter 19: How to Create Simple Shell Scripts in Linux
RHCE Exam Based on RHEL 8.4
This book contains 25 chapters with a total of 244 pages, which covers all official exam objectives for the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam (EX294) that includes the topics described below:
- Chapter 1: Reviewing Essential Commands & System Documentation
- Chapter 2: How to Perform File and Directory Management
- Chapter 3: Text Editors and Regular Expressions
- Chapter 4: Managing Users and Groups
- Chapter 5: Understanding the Boot Process and Process Management
- Chapter 6: Operate and Manage Running Systems
- Chapter 7: Setting Up and Configuring System Storage
- Chapter 8: File Systems Formats and Installing & Mounting Network Shares
- Chapter 9: Network Operations (Manage Basic Networking)
- Chapter 10: Package Management and System Logs
- Chapter 11: Basics of FirewallD and IPtables
- Chapter 12: Learn SELinux to Manage Security
- Chapter 13: How to Install Stratis to Manage Layered Local Storage
- Chapter 14: How to Create Local HTTP Yum/DNF Repository
- Chapter 15: How to Create a VDO Volume On a Storage Device
- Chapter 16: Understand Core Components of Ansible
- Chapter 17: How to Install and Configure an Ansible Control Node
- Chapter 18: Configure Ansible Managed Nodes and Run ad-hoc Commands
- Chapter 19: How to Use Static and Dynamic Inventories in Ansible
- Chapter 20: How to Create Ansible Plays and Playbooks
- Chapter 21: How to Use Ansible Modules for System Administration Tasks
- Chapter 22: How to Create Templates in Ansible to Create Configurations On Managed Nodes
- Chapter 23: How to Work with Ansible Variables and Facts
- Chapter 24: How to Create and Download Roles on Ansible Galaxy and Use Them
- Chapter 25: How to Use Ansible Vault in Playbooks to Protect Sensitive Data
Each chapter explains important topics and relevant exam objectives in the beginning and ends with a summary.
For that reason, we present you with the opportunity to buy this ebook. With your purchase, you will help support Tecmint.com so that we can continue bringing you high-quality articles for free on a daily basis as always.
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|RedHat RHCE Certification Study Guide – Based on RHEL 8||$ 39.99||Order Now||Order Now|
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|RedHat RHCE Certification Study Guide – Based on RHEL 8||₹2,900||Order Now|
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