RH442 Course Updated
Red Hat Performance Tuning: Linux in Physical, Virtual and Cloud for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
System and application performance remains a primary goal in enterprise and cloud computing. Each new Red Hat Enterprise Linux release brings higher performance, improved toolsets, and advanced tuning and analysis techniques. Performance engineers must constantly meet functional and business requirements in IT systems: to increase workload volume, reduce system bottlenecks and failures, with a final goal of increased business revenue and customer satisfaction. This course provides the skills needed to customize a solution for performance efficiency issues and allow for future scalability.
Red Hat Training and Certification is pleased to announce a major update of the Red Hat Performance Tuning: Linux in Physical, Virtual and Cloud (RH442) course and the Red Hat Performance Tuning (EX442) exam for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. This course has been completely rebuilt using new narratives, new graphics, and newly designed hands-on exercises. Students completing this course will develop skills needed to locate and mitigate bottlenecks, develop root cause analysis techniques, and master a variety of advanced, modern utilities engineered for a modern IT organization of any size.
This RH442 course is the first Red Hat Certified Architect level course released for RHEL 8, designed and constructed through direct collaboration with the Red Hat Kernel Performance engineering team. Red Hat Training Team had worked hand in hand with Red Hat Performance Engineers, who proved test hardware, design feedback, command advice, and use cases to ensure that this course meets the expectations of today’s hybrid cloud and enterprise administrators, DevOps practitioners and performance tuning engineers.
Version – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0
Certification – Red Hat Certified Specialist in Linux Performance Tuning exam (EX442)
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification or equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux knowledge and experience.An RHCE is obtained by passing the EX200 RHCSA exam on RHEL 7 or 8, and passing the EX300 RHEL 7 exam or the EX294 RHEL 8 exam to complete the certification.
The updated course addresses the performance analysis challenges across hybrid enterprise, virtualization and cloud environments. This course builds upon advanced RHEL 8 features by including:
- Expanded tuned coverage and new use-case focused profiles,
- Improved cgroup coverage and architecture,
- Expanded techniques for managing guests in virtualized and cloud environments,
- New and powerful tracing tools using the advanced eBPF kernel access functionality,
- Wider coverage of powerful Performance Co-Pilot command line tools,
- Updated information for new and faster CPU and I/O schedulers,
- Adjusted for the shift from legacy storage to faster digital storage (SSDs), and
- A new section on monitoring and reporting in virtualized environments.
This course is available in Instructor Led Training, Virtual Training, Online Learning modes and also with Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS).