Become a Red Hat Certified Engineer with immersive classes from basics to advanced in Linux environment. Get hands-on knowledge, skills required for administration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.




IIHT’s RHCE/RHCSA Training is designed to provide learners the required skills to act as administrators supporting Linux server platform. Learners will go on to learn how to manage and configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers networking services and security on Live systems. Upon completing the course, learners will be able to administer Red Hat Server environment, end-to-end, at the server and organization level based on the skills gained to implement and manage Linux network in a Corporate environment.


Learning Outcomes

At IIHT’s Programme in Advanced Networking and Server Administration, you will learn:

  • Server Administration on Microsoft 2012 and RHEL 7 platforms
  • Enterprise Network: Designing, Implementation, Administration, Troubleshooting, and Security on Cisco & Juniper platforms.

Who should go for the course?

  • Candidates who have completed Engineering or  Diploma preferably IT, Computer Science, Electronics, and Electrical. Any other Engineering Graduates with Basic knowledge of Servers & Networks are also eligible.

What is the duration of the program?

  • 376 Hours



1. RHCE RHEL 7 (EX 200) (2400 Hrs)

Topics Covered:

  • Access the command line
  • Manage files from the command line
  • Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Creating, Viewing and Editing Text Files
  • Manage local Linux users and groups
  • Control access to files with Linux file system permissions
  • Monitor and manage Linux processes
  • Control services and daemons
  • Configuring And Securing Open-ssh Service
  • Analyze and store logs
  • Manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux networking
  • Archiving and Copying Files between Systems
  • Install and update software packages
  • Accessing Linux File-systems
  • Using Virtualized Systems
  • Automating Installation with Kickstart
  • Using Regular Expressions with “grep”
  • Creating and Editing Text files with “vim”
  • Scheduling Future Linux Tasks
  • Managing Priority of Linux Processes
  • Controlling Access to Files with Access Control Lists (ACL)
  • Adding Disks, Partitions, and File Systems to a Linux System
  • Controlling and Troubleshooting the RHEL Boot Process
  • Limiting Network Communication with Firewalld
  • Managing IPV6 Networking
  • Network Port Security
  • Managing SELinux Security
  • Managing DNS for Servers
  • Configuring Email Transmission
  • Providing Remote Block Storage
  • Providing File Based Storage
  • Configuring MariaDB Databases
  • Providing Apache HTTPD Web Service
  • Writing Bash Scripts
  • Bash Conditionals and Control Structures
  • Configuring the Shell Environment
  • Connecting to Network-Defined Users and Groups
  • Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
  • Accessing Network Attached Storage with NFS
  • Accessing Network Storage with SMB
  • Link Aggregation
  • Linux Containers and Docker