This week, we’re diving into brand new DevOps courses.
Red Hat Enterprise 8
These are some of the hands-on labs that just came out!
- For the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Security Prep course, we have the following hands-on labs:
- Configuring Audit Settings on Red Hat
- Configuring Audit Settings for STIG Compliance on Red Hat
- Run an OpenSCAP Compliance Scan on a Host
- Create a Custom Scan Policy with OpenSCAP
- Installing and Configuring AIDE
- Installing and Configuring USBGuard
- Creating USBGuard Rules
- Configure an Account Lockout Policy
- Configure a Password Complexity Policy
- Managing SUDO Access
- Create a New Encrypted Volume Using LUKS
- Changing a LUKS passphrase
- Creating a Secondary LUKS Passphrase and LUKS Header Backup
- Encrypting a Volume with NBDE
- Configuring SELinux
- Creating Confined Users in SELinux
- AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate level has two new labs:
- Database Administration and SQL Language Basics have three new labs:
- And a brand new lab for Google Labs:
- Splunk Deep Dive: This course serves as
- Ansible Setup, Configure, and Ad Hoc Commands Deep Dive: Modern DevOps culture requires both automation and configuration management. Ansible is more than capable of meeting both of these end goals. This course is the first in the series on Ansible, and it provides a thorough introduction to key Ansible features and modules that lay a foundation to build upon.
- Ansible Playbooks Deep Dive: This course is the second in the series on Ansible. Many key features of Ansible Playbooks are highlighted as we work through the course, and a few new modules are introduced along the way.
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