Available Labs

  • Using Web Console to Monitor Performance

    Monitor system performance using the RHEL web console

  • Managing software from an application stream

    Learn how to choose versions of popular and supported open source languages and offer them to users through an application stream.

  • Helpful Linux Commands [Admin 101]

    Add a few essential commands to your Linux toolbox.

  • Building a standard operating environment with RHEL System Roles

    Use RHEL System Roles to create and apply a standard set of configuration for systems using Ansible-based RHEL System Roles.

  • Configuring Terminal Session Recording

    Keep track of what is happening on your systems by using Terminal Session Recording to record and review terminal sessions of users and administrators.

  • Using file permissions [Admin 101]

    Control access to file content using the Linux file permission system.

  • Deploying containers using Container Tools [podman]

    Deploy and run container images using the utilities included in the RHEL Container Tools.

  • File Access Policy

    Deploy and manage application control on Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

  • Manage user accounts and groups [Admin 101]

    Create users and groups, adjust memberships, and recommended practices for disabling accounts.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Firewall System Role

    Configure your firewall with RHEL Firewall System Role.

  • Using Web Console to build virtual machine images [Image Builder]

    Learn how to manage virtual machines produced for different providers through a single, Web Console included application.

  • Installing Software using Package Managers [Admin 101]

    Learn how to use YUM and RPM to streamline installations and verify local software.

  • Design and build virtual machine images using commandline tools [Image Builder]

    Move into the Hybrid Cloud by building consistent virtual machines produced for virtualization or cloud providers with the composer-cli commandline tool.

  • Build an application into a container image using RHEL Container Tools

    Add an existing application to a Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) container and deploy it.

  • Service Administration Basics [Admin 101]

    Learn the distinction between processes, services, and daemons, as well as how to interact with them on your system.

  • Resolving issues with Red Hat Insights Advisor

    Register systems and proactively resolve potential issues with Insights Advisor.

  • Creating images with Container Tools [buildah]

    Build containers using an existing base image or from scratch using the RHEL Container Tools

  • Unusual Unixisms [Admin 101]

    Learn how to avoid common pitfalls for new Linux users.

  • Reducing unplanned maintenance with Kernel Live Patching

    Resolve Critical Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) by applying Kernel Live Patches to your systems without needing to take a system downtime for maintenance.

  • Monitor your Red Hat Enterprise Linux Infrastructure with RHEL System Roles Metrics role

    Learn how RHEL System Roles can automatically configure a systems monitoring infrastructure for you.

  • Configuring Network Interfaces [Admin 101]

    Learn how to apply network settings to interfaces and manage connections using Network Manager and the nmcli command.

  • Migrating to RHEL from CentOS Linux

    Get a hands-on look at converting a CentOS Linux system to RHEL using the convert2rhel tool from Red Hat.

  • Managing system updates using the web console

    Explore how someone with limited Linux experience can apply system updates to Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems through this user friendly web interface.

  • Generate container-specific SELinux settings

    Use the RHEL Container Tools to generate custom SELinux security profiles for a containerized application.

  • Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    (UPDATED) Use PCP on RHEL to capture and analyze system and application metrics

  • Introduction to Extended Update Support (EUS)

    Configure your system to a specific point release with Extended Update Subscription (EUS) add-on

  • Performance observability in practice with bcc-tools

    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.

  • Performing an in-place upgrade with Leapp

    Upgrade a system from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 without a re-install, using the Leapp upgrade application.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edge Management

    Learn how Red Hat manages edge devices.

  • Using OpenSCAP for security compliance and vulnerability scanning

    Use OpenSCAP for security compliance and vulnerability scanning

  • Configuring the system-wide cryptographic policy

    Enforce more complex ciphers, protocol versions, and usable ciphers across all services running on your machines.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Open Lab

    This lab environment has no pre-planned lab content. It provides a place to try out Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.