Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 1 Foundations of Ansible

Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 1 Foundations of Ansible
Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 1 Foundations of Ansible
English | MP4 | AVC 1280Г—720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 43m | 238 MB

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is one of the top enterprise Linux distributions—and Red Hat Certified Engineer (RCHE) is one of the top Linux certifications. The RHCE exam for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (EX294) focuses on IT automation using Red Hat Ansible Engine. In this course—the first installment in a three-part series—learn the foundations of working with Ansible Engine as you study for the Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) exam. Instructor Grant McWilliams covers installing Ansible in Enterprise Linux Version 8, reviews essential IT automation concepts, and discusses host requirements. He also shares how to create Ansible inventory, how to work with Ansible command-line tools, and how ad-hoc commands are sent to certain targeted hosts using patterns to manage users, services, and software packages. This course, when paired with the other two installments in this series, can help ensure that you walk into the test center feeling confident.

Table of Contents

1 Prepare for the RHCE EX294 certification
2 What you should know
3 About the RHCE (EX294) exam
4 CentOS 8 installation
5 CentOS 8 lab setup
6 Create a private network in VirtualBox
7 About IT automation
8 Ansible concepts
9 About provisioning
10 About configuration management
11 About app deployment
12 About orchestration
13 Host requirements
14 Install Ansible on the control node
15 Prepare managed nodes
16 View Ansible Documentation
17 Build static inventory
18 Work with dynamic inventory
19 Manage Ansible configuration files
20 Introduction to ad-hoc commands
21 Targeting hosts with patterns
22 Manage files and packages
23 Restart servers and services
24 Manage users
25 Gather data
26 Manage connection methods
27 Use the Ansible command
28 View Ansible configuration
29 Use the Ansible console
30 Show Ansible inventory
31 Run Ansible playbooks
32 Next steps