Linux is the most widely used and best-known open-source operating system and can be found in embedded systems, smartphones, web servers, and supercomputers. Over the decades, Linux has become a key component in the infrastructure of nearly every major enterprise. Linux is also part of the backbone of the DevOps world, where it serves as both a development and distribution platform for many key tools.
Red Hat’s Certified System Administrator exam is a hands-on, practical exam. The exam is designed to test applicants on the core domains of knowledge and critical skills administrators need to successfully manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. Our RHCSA course is designed to help you build those skills and prepare for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (EX200) exam.
In addition to RHCSA training, lectures, and demonstrations, you will also have access to hands-on labs for every topic. At each step, you will be challenged to apply the skills you have learned with practical tasks. The labs can be accessed using your browser and will provide instant feedback as you move through each set of objectives.
Deep dive into our course content with challenging lab exercises and hands-on labs.
Once you enroll in the RHCSA course, you will get access to our community of teachers and learners on Slack where we discuss important topics, tips and tricks to pass the exam. This is a great place for you to clear your doubts and get answers to your questions instantly.
This course is the best way to get Certified in Red Hat Certified System Administrator (EX200) exam.
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Aaron Lockhart — Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator
Aaron is a technical trainer at KodeKloud. He is a Linux and UNIX specialist with over 20 years of Linux experience. During his career, Aaron has seen Linux change and mature substantially, and has enjoyed working with Linux as it evolved. Whether working to deploy and manage Linux-based solutions in large enterprises, or mentoring others, Aaron enjoys putting his Linux knowledge to use to help others.