Learn web server and DNS configuration and management for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)—one of the most popular Linux distributions. Instructor Grant McWilliams shows how to configure a caching-only web server using BIND, the open-source DNS software, and set up and secure an Apache web server. Then he shows how to use basic authentication to create a password-protected website and a private site for group collaboration. Next, learn how to create standard virtual hosts as well as those using nonstandard ports, and secure hosts with SSL and TLS. Finally, get an introduction to NGINX, the open-source web server that’s taken world by storm, and find out how to create virtual hosts with this popular Apache alternative.
Note: This course also helps you study to pass the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam—the benchmark certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Installing DNS clients
Using host, nslookup, and dig
Apache web server features
Apache commands and access control
Configure Apache and virtual hosts
Securing virtual hosts with SSL and TLS
Running CGI scripts in Apache
Configuring NGINX server blocks
Skill Level Intermediate
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