• Eligibility
    1. candidate should have 60% through out his/her academics
    2. should have good communication skills


    1. 1.RHCE Syllabus
      • Linux Ideas and History
        1. An Introduction to Linux and Open Source
        2. what are the central ideas behind the Linux phenomenon and where do they come from?
      • Linux Usage Basics
        1. Logging into the system
        2. changing users and editing text files.
      • Running Commands and Getting Help
        1. How to use built-in and online documentation to enhance your experience
      • Browsing the File system
        1. Understanding the locations of important directories on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system and navigating them from the command line and using the graphical Nautilus browser.
      • Users, Groups and Permissions
        1. Reading and setting permissions on files and directories.
      • Using the bash Shell
        1. Basic tips and tricks to make Red Hat Enterprise Linux's default shell work for you. Topics include tab completion, history and an introduction to shell scripting.
      • Standard I/O and Pipes
        1. The ins-and-outs of redirecting output between programs and files.
      • Text Processing Tools
        1. An introduction to some of the most useful text-processing utilities in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, including grep, cut, sed, sort, diff and patch
      • vim: An Advanced Text Editor
        1. How to get the most out of the powerful and flexible vim text editor.
      • Investigating and Managing Processes
        1. Listing, terminating and scheduling program executions on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system.
      • Basic System Configuration Tools
        1. Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux's graphical and text-based configuration tools to manage networking, printing and date/time settings.
      • Finding and Processing Files
        1. In-depth coverage of using the find command and related utilities to locate and act upon files based on arbitrary criteria.
      • Network Clients
        1. An overview of network tools available in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, from web browsers to email clients and diagnostic utilities.
      • The Linux File system In-Depth
        1. The nuts-and-bolts of how Red Hat Enterprise Linux deals with file systems. Topics include partitions, inodes, linking and archiving tools.
      • Essential System Administration Tools
        1. An introduction to fundamental system administration topics such as installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux, managing software packages, and enhancing security with SELinux.
    1. 2.RHCSA Syllabus
      • Administrative Access
        1. Configure and access various consoles directly, remotely with ssh, and with virt-manager.
        2. Configure privilege escalation with sudo.
      • Package Management
        1. Manage software on system using yum, Red Hat Network,
      • System Services and Security
        1. Configure and manage system logging, time synchronization, printers, and task automation.
        2. Troubleshoot SELinux
      • Kernel Monitoring and Configuration
        1. Explore kernel modules and variants, tune kernel parameters, manage devices, and monitor processes and resources.
      • Network Configuration
        1. Configure dynamic and static network settings for IPv4 and filter packets.
      • File system Administration
        1. Review file system management concepts, removable media and configure NFS shares with autofs.
      • Additional Storage
        1. Expand storage by adding new file systems and swap space.
      • User Administration
        1. Create, modify and delete users, groups, and policy.
        2. Protect users and groups with quotas.
      • File systems for Group Collaboration
        1. Establish collaborative group directories.
        2. Protect users and groups with ACLs..
      • Centralized User Administration
        1. Revisit user administration by connecting to network directory services like NIS and LDAP
      • Software RAID
        1. Manage file systems using Software RAID and recover an array.
      • Logical Volume Management
        1. Manage file systems using Logical Volume Management.
        2. Resize file systems and protect them with LVM Snapshots.
      • Virtualization and Automated Installation
        1. Perform automated installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
        2. Create para-virtualized user domains in Xen.
      • Troubleshooting with Rescue Mode
        1. Explore troubleshooting methodologies.
        2. Utilize the rescue environment of anaconda.


    1. VM ware Syllabus
      • Course Introduction
        1. Introductions and course logistics
        2. Course objectives
      • Virtualized Data Centre
        1. Introduce components of the virtualized data center
        2. Describe where vSphere fits into the cloud architecture
        3. Install and use vSphere Client
      • Creating Virtual Machines
        1. Introduce virtual machines, virtual machine hardware, and virtual machine files
        2. Deploy a single virtual machine
      • VMware vCenter Server
        1. Introduce the vCenter Server architecture
        2. Install and use vSphere Web Client
        3. Introduce VMware® vCenter™ Single Sign-On™
        4. Introduce VMware® vCenter™ Server Appliance™
        5. Configure and manage vCenter Server Appliance
        6. Manage vCenter Server inventory objects and licenses
      • Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks
        1. Describe, create, and manage a standard switch
        2. Describe and modify standard switch properties
        3. Configure virtual switch load-balancing algorithms
      • Configuring and Managing Virtual Storage
        1. Introduce storage protocols and device names
        2. Configure ESXi with iSCSI, NFS, and Fibre Channel storage
        3. Create and manage vSphere datastores
        4. Deploy and manage VMware® Virtual SAN™
      • Virtual Machine Management
        1. Use templates and cloning to deploy virtual machines
        2. Modify and manage virtual machines
        3. Create and manage virtual machine snapshots
        4. Perform vSphere vMotion and vSphere Storage vMotion migrations
        5. Create a VMware vSphere® vApp™
      • Access and Authentication Control
        1. Control user access through roles and permissions
        2. Configure and manage the ESXi firewall
        3. Configure ESXi lockdown mode
        4. Integrate ESXi with Active Directory
      • Resource Management and Monitoring
        1. Introduce virtual CPU and memory concepts
        2. Describe methods for optimizing CPU and memory usage
        3. Configure and manage resource pools
        4. Monitor resource usage using vCenter Server performance graphs and alarms
      • High Availability and Fault Tolerance
        1. Introduce the new vSphere High Availability architecture
        2. Configure and manage a vSphere HA cluster
        3. Introduce vSphere Fault Tolerance
        4. Describe VMware vSphere® Replication
      • Scalability
        1. Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™ (DRS) cluster
        2. Configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility
        3. Use vSphere HA and DRS together
      • Patch Management
        1. Use vSphere Update Manager to manage ESXi patching
        2. Install vSphere Update Manager and the vSphere Update Manager plug-in
        3. Create patch baselines
        4. Scan and remediate hosts
      • Installing VMware Components
        1. Introduce ESXi installation
        2. Describe boot-from-SAN requirements
        3. Introduce vCenter Server deployment options
        4. Describe vCenter Server hardware, software, and database requirements
        5. Install vCenter Server (Windows-based)

    1. Cloud computing syllabus

      • Introduction To cloud
        1. Virtualization concepts
          1. Types of Virtualization & its benefits
          2. Introduction to Various Virtualization OS
          3. HA/DR using Virtualization
          4. Moving VMs
          5. SAN backend concepts
        2. Cloud Fundamentals
          1. Cloud Building Blocks
          2. Object Oriented Programming Concepts
      • Cloud as IaaS
        1. Private Cloud Environment
          1. Basics of Private cloud infrastructure
          2. QRM cloud demo
        2. Public Cloud Environment
          1. Understanding & exploring Amazon Web services
          2. Managing and Creating Amazon EC2 instances
          3. Managing and Creating Amazon EBS volumes
          4. Tata Cloud details & demo
        3. Managing Hybrid Cloud environment
      • Setting up your own Cloud
        1. How to build private cloud using open source tools
        2. Understanding various cloud plugins
        3. Setting up your own cloud environment
          1. Autoprovisioning
          2. Custom images
          3. Integrating tools like Nagios
        4. Integration of Public and Private cloud
      • Future directions
        1. Cloud Domain and scope of work
        2. Cloud as PaaS, SaaS
        3. Cloud Computing Programming Introduction
        4. Trends and market of cloud

      • Nagios XI Installation
        1. Linux OS Level Dependencies
        2. Nagios XI installation Process
        3. File Locations and Directory Structure
      • Nagios XI Basics
        1. Overall Nagios Architecture
        2. Basic Approach to Configuration in Nagios
        3. Monitoring Engine Overview
      • Monitoring Linux Machines
        1. Using NRPE Agent to Monitor Linux Machines
        2. Using SSH to monitoring Linux Machines
        3. Using SNMP to Monitor Linux Machines
        4. RAM, CPU, Processes, and Disk Space Monitoring
        5. Using NSClient++ Agent to Monitor Linux Machines
      • Monitoring Windows Machines
        1. RAM, CPU, Processes, and Disk Space Monitoring
        2. Using WMI for Windows Monitoring
        3. Using SNMP for Windows Monitoring
      • Monitoring Network Devices
        1. Using Basic SNMP for network monitoring
        2. Router, Switches, Firewall and Storage Devices
      • Performance Charts, Graphs and Dashboards
        1. Using Performance Charts in Nagios XI
        2. Graph Explorer in Nagios XI
        3. Simple Dashboards in Nagios XI
      • Alerts, Notifications and Escalations
        1. Creating On-Screen Alerts and email notifications
        2. Defining escalation flow for issues in Nagios
      • Additional Tools
        1. BBMap
        2. Minemap
        3. Network Status Map
      • Reports
        1. Standard Executive Summary Reports
        2. Host and Service Availability Reports
      • Backup and Restore
        1. Creating Backups for Nagios
        2. Restoring Nagios from an old Backup
      • Enterprise Feature Overview
        1. Feature Comparison between Standard and Enterprise Edition
      • Nagios Core Overview
        1. Differences between Nagios XI and Nagios Core
      • Demos
        1. Hands on demo included in the training

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