Start learning RHCA and prepare for 5 certifications to earn RHCA* with the help of these online Video Courses:

Linux Security for RHCA
Open Stack Certification for RHCA
Linux High Availability for RHCA
Ansible fundamentals for RHCA
Linux under the hood

* An RHCE must pass any 5 of these exams.

Prepare for the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening (EX413) and LPIC-3 303 (Security) Exams

Learn about building a safe Linux environment.

Linux Security Complete Video Course

The topics in this course cover all the exam objectives and prepare you for the two most significant certifications in the field of Linux security: the Red Hat RHCA Server Hardening (EX413) exam and the LPIC-3 exam 303 “Linux Security” exam.

Even if you’re preparing for just one of the exams, it’s recommend that you watch all the lessons in this course, which lays out a framework for understanding Linux security, mitigating threats, and responding to incidents.

In addition to the end-of-lesson labs, this course provides you with quizzes to help you learn content and prepare for the LPI Exam 303 test. You will also find interactive CLI sim exercises and drag-and-drop content exercises to help you retain knowledge.


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Prepare for Red Hat EX211 and Certified OpenStack Administrator (COA)

Gain a solid understanding of OpenStack.

OpenStack Certification Complete Video Course

OpenStack Certification Complete Video Course is a unique video product that provides a solid understanding of OpenStack, so you can pass two certification exams: the Certified OpenStack Administrator exam from OpenStack Foundation and the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) in Red Hat OpenStack exam.

In addition to helping you study for your chosen exam, this thorough video course provides in-depth insight and knowledge about OpenStack to help IT administrators, designers, and architects get practical knowledge on how to implement OpenStack-based cloud solutions.


Prepare for High Availability Certification (EX436)

Learn about configuring and using High Availability in Linux.

Linux High Availability Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX436 and LPIC-3 304

This course focuses on giving you the knowledge you need to maintain a high level of availability for you Linux servers.

You will also find full hands-on labs, so you can get real-world experience while working your way through the course.

The course can be used with all flavors of Linux, including Red Hat, Ubuntu, and SUSE. It also covers every objective in the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in High Availability Clustering exam (EX436) and the High Availability portion of the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-3 304: Virtualization and High Availability exam.


Working with Ansible and prepare for EX407

Learn about the key fundamental topics to start working with Ansible.

Ansible Fundamentals LiveLessons

Ansible Fundamentals LiveLessons provides a quick introduction to Ansible for administrators and developers who want to get started in a fast and easy way without spending too much time on details.

The course starts with an introduction to working with Ansible, including essential configuration to get you started as quickly as possible. You then learn about Ansible architecture and essential Ansible components, including playbooks, variables, task control, flow control, conditionals, and Jinja2 templates. Every lesson ends with a lab and lab solution, so you can see firsthand how to use Ansible in your own work.

This course can be used as a secondary resource to get you started studying for the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Ansible Automation (EX407).


Gain a deep understanding of how Linux functions

Learn to work efficiently with Linux by understanding exactly how it works.

Linux Under the Hood LiveLessons

You already know how to use commands and configure services. Now let’s take a look at what’s happening in Linux when you perform tasks. By knowing the ‘why’ of next to the ‘how’ of using commands, you will be able to get the most out of the Linux operating system.

Learn to understand how Linux functions by diving into Linux internals and concepts using white board explanations and command line screencasts.


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