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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7(RHEL 7)

Linux basically an Operating System just like Windows and MAC which runs on a computer or laptop.

Linux is a family of open source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel first released on September 17, 1991 by Linus Torvalds. Linux is typically packaged in a Linux distribution. Linux is written in C language.

Linux is open source which means it is freely available and may be redistributed and modified. As an operating system, Linux is software that sits underneath all of the other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these requests to the computer's hardware.

The most popular linux distributions are-
• Ubuntu
• Linux Mint
• Arch Linux
• Fedora
• Debian
• OpenSUSE
• Red Hat

Linux was originally developed for personal computers based on the Intel x86 architecture, but has since been ported to more platforms than any other operating system. Linux also runs on embedded systems, i.e. devices whose operating system is typically built into the firmware and is highly tailored to the system. This includes routers, automation controls, televisions, digital video recorders, video game consoles, and smartwatches.Most of the software in linux are free to download which are easily available in linux repository and they are genuine software. So we can easily get them if we have internet connection and they are virus free which will not affect our system. For ex if you want to use MS-Office product , in linux libre-office is there which is free and there you can do all kind of MS-Office related work without any hesitation. Another very advantageous thing for linux is that viruses does’nt affect linux so easily. 90% virus which affects windows platform does’nt affect linux.

Red Hat System Administration I RH124
# 1. Accessing the Command Line
# 2. Managing Files From the Command Line(Day1)
# 3. Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux(Day2)
# 4. Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files(Day3)
# 5. Managing Local Linux Users and Groups(Day4)
# 6. Controlling Access to Files with Linux File System Permissions(Day5)
# 7. Monitoring and Managing Linux Process(Day6)
# 8. Controlling Services and Daemons(Day7)
# 9. Configuring and Security openSSH Service(Day8)
# 10. Analyzing and storing Logs(Day9)
# 11. Managing Hed Hat Enterprise Linux Networking(Day10)
# 12. Archiving and Copying Files Between Systems(Day11)
# 13. Installing and Updating Software Packages(Day12)
# 14. Accessing Linux File System(Day13)
# 15. Using Virtulized Systems(Day14)
# 16. Comprehensive review(Day15)

Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)
# 1. Automating Installation with Kickstart(Day16)
# 2. Using Regular Expressions with grep(Day17)
# 3. Creating and Editing Text Fileswith Vim(Day18)
# 4. Scheduling Future Linux Tasks(Day19)
# 5. Managing Priority of Linux Process(Day20)
# 6. Controlling Access to files with Acess Control Lists (ACLs)(Day21)
# 7. Managing Selinux Security(Day22)
# 8. Connecting to network-defined User and Groups(Day23)
# 9. Adding Disks, Partitions and File systems to a Linux System(Day24)
# 10. Managing Logical Volume management (LVM) Storage(Day25)
# 11. Acessing Network Storage with Network File System (NFS)(Day26)
# 12. Acessing Network Storage with SMB(Day27)
# 13. Controlling and Troubleshooting the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Boot Process(Day28)
# 14. Limiting Network Communication with Firewalid(Day29)
# 15. Comprehensive Review of System Administration II(Day30)

Red Hat System Administration III (RH254)
# 1. Controlling Service and Daemons(Day31)
# 2. Managing IPv6 Networking(Day32)
# 3. Configuring Link Aggregation and Bridging(Day33)
# 4. Network Port Security(Day34)
# 5. Managing DNS for Servers(Day35)
# 6. Configuring Email Transmission(Day36)
# 7. Providing Remote Block Storage(Day37)
# 8. Providing File –based Storage(Day38)
# 9. Configuring MarisDB Database(Day39)
# 10. Providing Apache HTTPD Web service(Day40)
# 11. WritingBsh Scripts(Day41)
# 12. Bash Conditionals and Control structures(Day42)
# 13. Configuring the Shell Enviroment(Day43)
# 14. Linux Containers and Dockes(Day44)

Course Features

  • Duration : 100 Hours
  • Lectures : 50
  • Quiz : 18
  • Students : 15

Linux Course in Noida


Rating on Best Linux Training Institute & Certification in Noida 4.9 out of 5 based on 4132 Students ratings.

Most of the people think that Linux is an operating system. But truly, it is not an operating system, it is a kernel. The kernel essentially helps to ascertain relationships between hardware and software package. Developers produce applications for the Linux kernel. And this is why we wish to run Linux on a computer, we've got to use the application or package written on this kernel. The packages of Linux are often known as Distribution or Distro. There are a lot of distro on the Linux kernel. And these distros are created for multiple purposes. This kernel makes our computer hardware suitable for varied applications. Linux Distro provides varied applications, tools, and desktop systems for every computing field. And these tasks have become an entire computer operating system combined with the Linux kernel.

Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking, Noida provides you the best Linux knowledge through practical training on live projects.

Eligibility Criteria for Linux Course
No, there is no eligibility criteria to study Linux. To do Linux Courses and Certifications the requirement is any one with Minimum Computer knowledge and completed 10th can do the Course

Why Linux?


Today's preferred computing operating system is Windows. Windows has gained a lot of recognition from its own field. however, Windows or Mac OS doesn't enable users and developers to do whatever they want. You cannot modify several files even when administering the Windows machine. If you are a computer user, then Windows is a good operating system for you. However, if you are a developer, you may lose the chance to induce the foremost freedom in Windows. as a result of it's a closed OS.

To figure with this kernel wherever there are many distros. There is a separate distro for nearly all computer systems.

Linux always looks to be secure and powerful. On the other hand, Windows forever try and increase their usages facility. For this, Linux is usually employed in most security systems and it is highly recommended for completing complicated tasks.

Linux Course in India


Linux has several advantages and its biggest advantage is that it is 100% safe. It means you'll be able to get rid of viruses, Trojans etc. by using it. you'll be able to conjointly use Linux Distro for free. Most of the time, all the mandatory applications are pre-installed with Linux Distro and you can also install free packages as per your requirement. It is an excellent advantage to ascertain if compared to Windows.

You can conjointly use the Windows application in Linux using the wine.

If there is a problem with Windows, you have to re-setup Windows, but any problems in Linux can be solved only, it will not be necessary to re-install your computer's operating system. Linux also has an advantage of multi-desktop access.

We provide you the best Linux knowledge through practical training on live projects. GICSEH is one of the best Linux training institute in India.

Linux Jobs in India


There will be many Job offers after the completion of course. You can work as a Trainer or can start your own business. Many MNC’S and govt organizations also provide very nice package for such skills.

Why GICSEH to Become Linux Training Provider?
GICSEH, Noida is the best and leading Linux training institute in Noida. We provide the best Linux training in Noida with 100% job placement.

We are among top and quality coaching provider institutes who provide training with rich in contents and best in quality to create the employment for talent. Our course content has designed according to the most recent technologies that are using incorporation at a high level.

GICSEH has designed a course for Linux Training which covers most of the major services such as:
⦁ NFS
⦁ ISCSI
⦁ DNS
⦁ Networking
⦁ SSH
⦁ Apache
⦁ Bash
⦁ Postfix
⦁ User & Group
⦁ Yum
⦁ Virtualization
⦁ Crontab
⦁ LVM
⦁ ACL
⦁ File Permission

Highlights:
• Linux Training from Industry Experts
• Depth Practical Training
• Get ready for Job/ great client appeal
• Reputation and credibility
• Course syllabus/content
• Training delivery method
• Faculty expertise
• Placement and internship assistance
• Certifications
• Add-on benefits etc...

If you wish to finally enroll yourself for the Linux course, contact the experts at GICSEH and clear all your questions regarding the course and its benefits and get ready to learn the insights of the security industry with the experts.