Monitor system performance using the RHEL web console
Learn how to choose versions of popular and supported open source languages and offer them to users through an application stream.
Add a few essential commands to your Linux toolbox.
Use RHEL System Roles to create and apply a standard set of configuration for systems using Ansible-based RHEL System Roles.
Keep track of what is happening on your systems by using Terminal Session Recording to record and review terminal sessions of users and administrators.
Control access to file content using the Linux file permission system.
Deploy and run container images using the utilities included in the RHEL Container Tools.
Deploy and manage application control on Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.
Create users and groups, adjust memberships, and recommended practices for disabling accounts.
Configure your firewall with RHEL Firewall System Role.
Learn how to manage virtual machines produced for different providers through a single, Web Console included application.
Learn how to use YUM and RPM to streamline installations and verify local software.
Move into the Hybrid Cloud by building consistent virtual machines produced for virtualization or cloud providers with the composer-cli commandline tool.
Add an existing application to a Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) container and deploy it.
Learn the distinction between processes, services, and daemons, as well as how to interact with them on your system.
Register systems and proactively resolve potential issues with Insights Advisor.
Build containers using an existing base image or from scratch using the RHEL Container Tools
Learn how to avoid common pitfalls for new Linux users.
Resolve Critical Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) by applying Kernel Live Patches to your systems without needing to take a system downtime for maintenance.
Learn how RHEL System Roles can automatically configure a systems monitoring infrastructure for you.
Learn how to apply network settings to interfaces and manage connections using Network Manager and the nmcli command.
Get a hands-on look at converting a CentOS Linux system to RHEL using the convert2rhel tool from Red Hat.
Explore how someone with limited Linux experience can apply system updates to Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems through this user friendly web interface.
Use the RHEL Container Tools to generate custom SELinux security profiles for a containerized application.
(UPDATED) Use PCP on RHEL to capture and analyze system and application metrics
Configure your system to a specific point release with Extended Update Subscription (EUS) add-on
Collect data on various system activities, such as disk performance, latency, and more using the bcc-tools. This data can help identify issues with application performance.
Upgrade a system from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 without a re-install, using the Leapp upgrade application.
Learn how Red Hat manages edge devices.
Use OpenSCAP for security compliance and vulnerability scanning
Enforce more complex ciphers, protocol versions, and usable ciphers across all services running on your machines.
This lab environment has no pre-planned lab content. It provides a place to try out Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.