Red Hat Enterprise Clustering and Storage Management
Clusters and storage
Get an overview of storage and cluster technologies.
Create high-availability clusters.
Review and create the architecture of Pacemaker-based high-availability clusters
Nodes and quorum
Review cluster node membership and how quorum is used to control clusters.
Understand fencing and fencing configuration.
Create and configure simple resource groups to provide high-availability services to clients
Troubleshoot high-availability clusters
Identify and troubleshoot cluster problems.
Complex resource groups
Control complex resource groups by using constraints.
Identify and work around two-node clusters issues.
Manage iSCSI initiators for access to shared storage.
Configure redundant storage access.
Logical volume manager (LVM) clusters
Manage clustered LV.
Global File System 2
Create symmetric shared file systems.
Eliminate single points of failure
Eliminate single points of failure to increase service availability.
Set up high-availability services and storage.
Red Hat Server Hardening
Track security updates
Understand how Red Hat Enterprise Linux produces updates and how to use yum to perform queries to identify what errata are available
Manage software updates
Develop a process for applying updates to systems including verifying properties of the update.
Create file systems
Allocate an advanced file system layout and use file system encryption.
Manage file systems
Adjust file system properties through security related options and file system attributes.
Manage special permissions
Work with set user ID (SUID), set group ID (SGID), and sticky (SVTX) permissions and locate files with these permissions enabled.
Manage additional file access controls
Modify default permissions applied to files and directories; work with file access control lists
Monitor for file system changes
Configure software to monitor the files on your machine for changes.
Manage user accounts
Set password-aging properties for users; audit user accounts
Manage pluggable authentication modules (PAMs)
Apply changes to PAMs to enforce different types of rules on users.
Secure console access
Adjust properties for various console services to enable or disable settings based on security
Install central authentication
Install and configure a Red Hat Identity Management server and client.
Manage central authentication
Configure Red Hat Identity Management rules to control both user access to client systems and additional privileges granted to users on those systems
Configure system logging
Configure remote logging to use transport layer encryption and manage additional logs generated by remote systems.
Configure system auditing
Enable and configure system auditing.
Control access to network services
Manage firewall rules to limit connectivity to network services.