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RED HAT ACADEMY AND INFOSEC LEARNING

Infosec Learning has partnered with Red Hat Academy to deploy the RHEL 8 labs.  These labs are completely cloud based, can be accessed globally 24/7, offer upgraded scoring features, and have a successful record of improving student outcomes.  

While surveying current Red Hat Academy institutions, we sought to understand what would enhance this already powerful program.  We have designed a solution that is:

  • Very easy to implement into the program
  • Instructionally designed for better student outcomes
  • Provides instructors with actionable data about student usage.
  • Is very affordable.

Dual Lab Configurations

  • BASIC LABS: This configuration includes only the labs themselves, with the auto-scored flags, but without the solution steps.
  • ENHANCED LABS: The enhanced labs provide the step-by-step solution instructions that provide the learner with a highly prescriptive approach to mastery.  These labs also include the auto-scored flags.

Instructor Features

  • Free access for all instructors
  • Auto Scored “flags” embedded in each lab
  • All scores automatically roll-up into a robust dashboard for instructors to provide actionable performance data management
  • LTI integration for single sign-on and integrated Gradebook functionality
  • Labs are entirely HTML 5, with no downloads or plug-ins, significantly reducing technical issues for both instructors and students
  • 24/7 Help Desk

Student Features

  • 24/7 global access
  • Direct purchase, money saving e-commerce fulfillment
  • Highly intuitive user interface allows easy access and completion
  • Labs are entirely HTML 5, no plug-ins or downloads needed
  • 24/7 Help Desk

Red Hat Academy Labs

Red Hat - RH 124 - System Administration I

Red Hat Lab - Ch 02 - Accessing the Command Line

Red Hat Lab - Ch 03 - Managing Files from the Command Line

Red Hat Lab - Ch 04 - Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Lab - Ch 05 – Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files

Red Hat Lab - Ch 06 - Managing Local Users and Groups

Red Hat Lab - Ch 07 - Controlling Access to Files

Red Hat Lab - Ch 08 - Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes

Red Hat Lab - Ch 09 - Controlling Services and Daemons

Red Hat Lab - Ch 10 - Configuring and Securing SSH

Red Hat Lab - Ch 11 - Analyzing and Storing Logs

Red Hat Lab - Ch 12 - Managing Networking

Red Hat Lab - Ch 13 - Archiving and Transferring Files

Red Hat Lab - Ch 14 - Installing and Updating Software Packages

Red Hat Lab - Ch 15 - Accessing Linux File Systems

Red Hat Lab - Managing Files from the Command Line - 2

Red Hat Lab - Managing Users and Groups, Permissions, and Processes

Red Hat Lab - Configuring and Managing a Server

Red Hat Lab - Managing Networks

Red Hat Lab - Mounting Filesystems and Finding Files

 

Red Hat - RH 134 - System Administration II

Red Hat Lab - Ch 01 - Improving Command-line Productivity

Red Hat Lab - Ch 03 - Tuning System Performance

Red Hat Lab - Ch 04 - Controlling Access to Files with ACLs

Red Hat Lab - Ch 05 - Managing SELinux Security

Red Hat Lab - Ch 06 - Managing Basic Storage

Red Hat Lab - Ch 07 - Managing Logical Volumes

Red Hat Lab - Ch 08 - Implementing Advanced Storage Features

Red Hat Lab - Ch 09 - Accessing Network-Attached Storage

Red Hat Lab - Ch 10 - Controlling the Boot Process

Red Hat Lab - Ch 11 - Managing Network Security

Red Hat Lab - Ch 12 - Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Lab - Fixing Boot Issues and Maintaining Servers

Red Hat Lab - Configuring and Managing File Systems and Storage

Red Hat Lab - Configuring and Managing Server Security