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2+ Hours of Video Instruction


In Upgrading to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 LiveLessons
you learn about the new features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8,
starting with software modules and new storage-related features.

This course explains Cockpit, crypto-policies, and LUKS decryption,
including how to authorize access to encrypted devices if they
are offered on a trusted network. Through demos and whiteboard
discussion, these features are explained along with nftables,
the drop-in replacement for the iptables firewall solution.

The course also discusses how Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 has
become an operating system that focuses on working with containers.

The final three lessons dive into the management of containers with
podman, and how to manage container images with buildah.

Topics include

Lesson 1: RHEL 8 Installation
Lesson 2: Working with Modules
Lesson 3: Using New Storage Features
Lesson 4: Using Cockpit
Lesson 5: Cryptographic Policies
Lesson 6: Policy-Based Decryption
Lesson 7: Using nftables
Lesson 8: Understanding Containers in RHEL 8
Lesson 9: Managing Containers and Images with podman
Lesson 10: Managing Container Images with buildah

About the Instructor

Sander van Vugt has been teaching Linux classes since 1995 and has
written more than 60 books about different Linux-related topics.

He is a Red Hat Certified Instructor and has deep knowledge and
understanding of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, including the upcoming
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

He has been teaching Linux since 1994, and as a Red Hat Certified
Examiner he is authorized to proctor different Red Hat exams.

He is also a regular speaker at major Linux conferences all over
the world.

Skill Level


Learn How To

    Use modifications to the package management, including yum modules and application streams
    Use Stratis, VDO, Cockpit, and Crypto-policies
    Work with LUKS encryption
    Use nftables
    Work with containers using podman
    Use container images using buildah

Who Should Take This Course

Anyone interested in getting up to speed quickly on the new features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.

Course Requirements

Experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7