Linux Red Hat Certified Engineer RHCE EX294

Everything you need to know about Linux Automation with Ansible
Linux Red Hat Certified Engineer RHCE EX294
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Imran Afzal


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Linux Red Hat Certified Engineer RHCE EX294

What you’ll learn

The RH294 exam format and how to pass the RHCE certification
You will learn how to automate everyday tedious and reptitive tasks using Ansible
How Ansible Automation interacts with other Red Hat technologies.
Students will be able manage systems in a DevOps environment
You will be able to write, implement and manage Ansible playbooks
Simplify playbooks with roles
You will be on your path to becoming the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)
Configuring and Managing Apache Web Service
Securing SSH Service

Linux Red Hat Certified Engineer RHCE EX294


A computer with at least 4-8G of RAM and 60G of free HDD
Have either taken both Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) and Red Hat System Administration II (RH134) – Covered in my RHCSA course
It is recommended to have Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)
Take my “Linux Redhat Certified Administrator (RHCSA 8)” course to become RHCSA certified


Look no further.  You have found one of the BEST RHCE course on this platform.  If you have prior knowledge of Linux and want to become Red Hat certified engineer then you have come to the right place.  I will teach you everything you need to know about automation with Ansible in very simple language and terminology.  The entire RHCE is based how you can go about automating daily repetitive and tedious tasks using Ansible.The exam is now completely about managing configurations with Ansible. This is a great choice because in the current IT landscape the days of the system administrator who applies specialized skills to tune individual servers is over. Today the work is all about automation, and Ansible has rapidly become one of the most important solutions to do soWe will learn how to automate Linux system administration tasks with Red Hat Ansible Automation PlatformThe automation skills covered by the RHCE credential are the foundation for building and operating automation across an organization and are critical to scaling a wide range of Red Hat technologiesOne of the key tenets of DevOps is automation and the RHCE is an extension of the knowledge required to automate the deployment, management, and support of multi-system environments — making your credential even more valuable and relevant.===========================================================Linux Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE – 294)Course SyllabusSection 1: Introduction· Course introduction· Course overview· Exam information· Exam (EX294) formatSection 2: Introduce Ansible· What is Ansible and its Background· Benefits and Key Terms of Ansible· How Ansible Automation Works· Lab Design· Install Oracle VirtualBox and Setup Ansible Node on Linux· Additional Ansible Clients· Install Ansible Automation· Ansible Configuration File· YAML File Syntax and Example· Handouts and QuizSection 3: Ansible Playbook Implementation· Writing First Ansible Playbook· Output Playbook· Creating Multiple Tasks playbook· Install and Start a Service from a Playbook· Hosts File Syntax· Setup Connection to Remote Clients· Remote Clients Connectivity Status· Handouts and QuizSection 4: Deploy Files to Managed Hosts/Clients· Copy Files to Remote Clients· Change File Permissions· Check File or Directory Status· Create Dir/File and Remove File· Create a File and Add Text· Handouts and QuizSection 5: Manage Complex Plays and Playbooks· Setup Apache and Open Firewall Port· Run Shell Scripts on Remote Clients· Schedule a job (crontab)· Download Package from a URL· Create and Mount New Storage· Handouts and QuizSection 6: Automate Linux Administration Tasks· User Account Management· Add or Update User Password· Kill a Running Process· Handouts and QuizSection 7: Implement Task Control· Pick and Choose Steps· Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 1)· Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 2)· Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 3)· Handlers· Conditions· Loops· Handouts and QuizSection 8: Simplify Playbooks with Roles· Ansible Roles· Roles by Application· Roles on Ansible Galaxy· Handouts and QuizSection 9: Variables, Facts and Additional Features· Tags· Variables· Variables in Inventory File· Ansible Vault· Encrypt Strings within a Playbook· Handouts and QuizSection 10: Ansible Tools and Resources· Other Automation tools· Free source Ansible and Red Hat Ansible· Ansible AWX and Tower· Ansible Additional Commands· Documentation and Community Help· Handouts and Quiz


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Course Overview

Lecture 3 Exam Information

Lecture 4 Exam (EX294) Format

Lecture 5 Handouts

Section 2: Introduce Ansible

Lecture 6 What is Ansible and its Background

Lecture 7 Benefits and Key Terms of Ansible

Lecture 8 How Ansible Automation Works

Lecture 9 Lab Design

Lecture 10 Install Oracle VirtualBox and Setup Ansible Node on Linux

Lecture 11 Option 2 – Install Linux on AWS Cloud

Lecture 12 Additional Ansible Clients

Lecture 13 Install Ansible Automation

Lecture 14 Ansible Configuration File

Lecture 15 YAML File Syntax and Example

Lecture 16 Handouts

Section 3: Ansible Playbook Implementation

Lecture 17 Writing First Ansible Playbook

Lecture 18 Output Playbook

Lecture 19 Creating Multiple Tasks playbook

Lecture 20 Install and Start a Service from a Playbook

Lecture 21 Hosts File Syntax

Lecture 22 Setup Connection to Remote Clients

Lecture 23 Remote Clients Connectivity Status

Lecture 24 Handouts

Section 4: Deploy Files to Managed Hosts/Clients

Lecture 25 Copy Files to Remote Clients

Lecture 26 Change File Permissions

Lecture 27 Check File or Directory Status

Lecture 28 Create Dir/File and Remove File

Lecture 29 Create a File and Add Text

Lecture 30 Handouts

Section 5: Manage Complex Plays and Playbooks

Lecture 31 Setup Apache and Open Firewall Port

Lecture 32 Run Shell Scripts on Remote Clients

Lecture 33 Schedule a job (crontab)

Lecture 34 Download Package from a URL

Lecture 35 Create and Mount New Storage

Lecture 36 Hanouts

Section 6: Automate Linux Administration Tasks

Lecture 37 User Account Management

Lecture 38 Add or Update User Password

Lecture 39 Kill a Running Process

Lecture 40 Handouts

Section 7: Implement Task Control

Lecture 41 Pick and Choose Steps

Lecture 42 Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 1)

Lecture 43 Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 2)

Lecture 44 Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands (Part 3)

Lecture 45 Handlers

Lecture 46 Conditions

Lecture 47 Loops

Lecture 48 Handouts

Section 8: Simplify Playbooks with Roles

Lecture 49 Ansible Roles

Lecture 50 Roles by Application

Lecture 51 Roles on Ansible Galaxy

Lecture 52 Handouts

Section 9: Variables, Facts and Additional Features

Lecture 53 Tags

Lecture 54 Variables

Lecture 55 Variables in Inventory File

Lecture 56 Ansible Vault

Lecture 57 Encrypt Strings within a Playbook

Lecture 58 Handouts

Section 10: Ansible Tools and Resources

Lecture 59 Other Automation tools

Lecture 60 Free source Ansible and Red Hat Ansible

Lecture 61 Ansible AWX and Tower

Lecture 62 Ansible Additional Commands

Lecture 63 Documentation and Community Help

Lecture 64 Congratulations

Lecture 65 Handouts

Lecture 66 Bonus Lecture

Anyone who wants to pass the EX-294 exam and get RHCE certification,Anyone who wants to level up his/her career,System Administrators, Engineers, and Developers,Network, storage and database administrators,Anyone who wants to learn automation skills

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