Red Hat Enterprise Linux includes essential network services that are ubiquitous in the enterprise data center and provide mission critical support services. These common services are fundamentally important to support the enterprise servers and applications that businesses and organizations rely upon for their day to day operation.
They include functions such as:
Fundamental support for DNS name resolution and DHCP address management.
Basic server email support for notifications.
File- and block-based storage management.
Basic operation of web servers, databases, web caches, and load balancers that support business critical applications.
Furthermore, automated management of these services is critical as trying to manage many servers manually can be error prone and costly. Automation with Red Hat Ansible Engine is a key component of service management, enabling automated configuration and management of tens or hundreds of servers in a scalable, repeatable way that ensures consistency and improves reliability. Automated management is critical to properly integrate the functions provided by these services into DevOps practices, including continuous integration and continuous delivery workflows that reduce downtime, improve consistency, and control costs.
This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 and Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.9 and is a RHEL8 replacement for the "Red Hat System Administration III: Data Center Services" (RH254) based on RHEL7.
RH358 is considered a sequel to RHCE certification on RHEL 8 as shown in the learning path below.
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