Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 New Features for Experienced Linux Administrators (RH354) introduces you to updates in the upcoming Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® release. Intended for experienced Linux system administrators, this course offers a rapid orientation to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 based on the pre-release beta. The offering prepares operators, managers, principal system administrators, and other IT professionals with experience in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 for deployments and migrations to the new release. This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. Impact on the organization This course will help prepare your staff to be ready for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 from day one, giving your organization a preview of the changes in the core Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system used by the applications, services, and other infrastructure in your data center. This preview will allow you to more effectively plan upgrades to and the rollout of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, and prepare you to quickly take advantage of new features and changes for your business and your use cases. This preparation may help you save money and reduce the time to market of your adoption of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. Red Hat has created this course in a way intended to benefit our customers, but each company and infrastructure is unique, and actual results or benefits may vary. Impact on the individual As a result of attending this course, you will be prepared to work with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and take advantage of key new features of the operating system.
Become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA), or demonstrate equivalent knowledge of and experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed to provide a preview of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 to experienced IT professionals, including: Linux system administrators, DevOps engineers, and Cloud administrators.
- Preview Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
- Install and upgrade to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
- Provision and manage servers
- Adapt to core system changes
- Implement storage using new features
- Manage containers with the new runtime
- Implement enhanced networking features
- Adapt to virtualization improvements