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UPDATED COURSES: RHCSA-Track Courses (RH124, RH134, RH199) for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Flight Engineer bonnevil Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer

Today, at RHEL8 GA, we are pleased to announce the general availability of a major update to the RHCSA training track, Red Hat’s flagship Linux system administration training courses, for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8:

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Overview (RH024) - Free

Red Hat System Administration I (RH124)

Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)

RHCSA Rapid Track (RH199)


An updated RHCSA certification exam is being released concurrently with these courses (EX200).


Skill in system administration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems is a core competency in the modern data center. Linux is an integral technology enabling the hybrid cloud architecture, across physical servers, virtual machines, private and public cloud computing infrastructures, and in containers. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the de facto standard Linux distribution across all these architectures.


As you seek to move to containers and a hybrid cloud architecture, core Linux administration skills remain increasingly necessary because they provide the fundamental foundation for container adoption, as well as technologies like Kubernetes, and are enabling skills for adoption of DevOps practices.


Through this curriculum, you will understand the core skills needed to be a bridge to the contemporary data center, containers, and cloud computing technologies, and become more valuable to your organization.

 

We invite you to take a look at our Red Hat Learning Subscription and start taking advantage of these new courses today!

 

1 response
Flight Engineer JS_Learning Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer

The RH199 is the best course I had in years. I think it's should be mandatory for anyone going to use a RHEL8 system in production. It's a very good refresher and transition from the "older skills" (iptables, etc...) to newer improved skills (like nmcli...).

I'm glad I followed it.