RHCE Rapid Track Course

RHCE Rapid Track Course

Course ID: RH299 4 Days

RHCE Rapid Track Course


The RHCE® Rapid Track Course (RH299) is designed for senior Linux® system administrators who want to validate their competencies by earning the Red Hat® Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) and Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) credentials. This is a fast-paced review course that combines the RHCSA Rapid Track Course (RH199) and System Administration III (RH254) courses—normally 8 days of training—into a single 4-day course. Building on the students’ extensive knowledge of command-line-based Linux administration, the course moves very quickly through the intermediate and advanced tasks covered by lab-based knowledge checks and facilitative discussions.

By the end of this course, the senior Linux administrator student will have been exposed to all the intermediate and advanced competencies tested by the RHCSA and RHCE exams. Exams sold separately.



  • An experienced Linux system administrator with at least 3 years of Linux experience who wants a fast-track solution to earn an RHCE certification.
  • An experienced Solaris system administrator who’s completed the Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators (RH290) course.


Red Hat Certified Engineer – RHCE


Red Hat Certified Engineer exam (EX300)


Instructor-led / Virtual Instructor-led

Singapore: SGD4,400
Indonesia: IDR10,500,000
India: USD3,500


  • Students should have already completed Red Hat System Administration I (RH124), Red Hat System Administration II (RH134), and Red Hat System Administration III (RH254) or equivalent training.
  • It is highly recommended students take our online skills assessment prior to enrolling in this course.
  • Extensive UNIX administration experience by itself is not adequate for most students.


  • Package management
  • Network management
  • Storage management
  • Account and authentication management
  • Installation, Kickstart, and virtualization
  • SELinux and firewall management
  • Web service
  • Email service
  • Network file-sharing services


Module 1: Local and remote logins

Module 2: File system navigation

Module 3: Users and groups

Module 4: File permissions

Module 5: SELinux permissions

Module 6: Process management

Module 7: Updating software packages

Module 8: Creating and mounting file systems

Module 9: Service management and boot troubleshooting

Module 10: Network configuration

Module 11: System logging and ntp

Module 12: Logical volume management

Module 13: Scheduled processes

Module 14: Mounting network file systems

Module 15: Firewall configuration

Module 16: Virtualization and kickstart

Module 17: Managing IPv6 networking

Module 18: Configuring link aggregation and bridging

Module 19: Controlling network port security

Module 20: Managing DNS for Servers

Module 21: Configuring E-mail Delivery

Module 22: Providing block-based storage

Module 23: Providing file-based storage

Module 24: Configuring MariaDB databases

Module 25: Providing Apache HTTPD Web Service

Module 26: Writing Bash scripts

Module 27: Bash conditionals and control structures

Module 28: Configuring the shell environment

What’s Next


Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (RH342)
Red Hat High Availability Clustering (RH436)
Red Hat Enterprise Performance Tuning (RH442)

Cloud computing

Red Hat OpenStack Administration I (CL110)
Red Hat OpenStack Administration II (CL210)

DevOps, containers, and Red Hat OpenShift

Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift (DO180)
Red Hat OpenShift Administration I (DO280)
Automation with Ansible I (DO407)
Configuration Management with Puppet (DO405)


Red Hat Virtualization (RH318)
Infrastructure Management
Red Hat Satellite 6 Administration (RH403)

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