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Red Hat Security: Identity Management and Active Directory Integration (RH362)

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Overview

This course teaches you skills on the most requested Red Hat Identity Management (IdM) capabilities, including Active Directory trusts, multi-product federation, configuration management with Ansible, integrated certificate management, single sign-on, one-time passwords, and cybersecurity policy conformance.

Target Audience

  • Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) who wants to learn how to provision and configure IdM technologies across both Linux and Windows applications
  • Identity management specialist or engineer
  • Access management specialist or engineer
  • Web application developer
  • DevOps specialist

Prerequisites

  • Be certified as a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) (required)
  • Be certified as a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) (recommended, but not required)
  • Attend Red Hat Server Hardening (RH413)

Course Objectives

  • Install Red Hat Identity Management servers, replicas, and clients.
  • Configure and manage Kerberos authentication and secure services.
  • Create and manage a trust relationship with Microsoft Active Directory.
  • Configure highly secure user authentication—local and remote—including two-factor authentication.
  • Manage secrets, vaults, certificates, and keys.
  • Troubleshoot identity management processes.
  • Integrate Satellite 6 with IdM.
  • Integrate Tower with IdM.
  • Configure IdM backup and recovery.

Full Course Outline

Install Red Hat Identity Management

  • Describe and install Red Hat Identity Management (IdM).

Centralize Identity Management

  • Explain the IdM server services, explore IdM clients access methods, and install an IdM client.

Authenticate identities with Kerberos

  • Define the Kerberos protocol and configure services for Kerberos authentication.

Integrate IdM with Active Directory

  • Create a trust relationship with Active Directory.

Control user access

  • Configure users for authorized access to services and resources.

Manage a public key infrastructure

  • Manage certificate authorities, certificates, and storing secrets.

Maintain IdM operations

  • Troubleshoot and recover Identity Management.

Integrate Red Hat products with IdM

  • Configure major services to share the IdM authentication database.

Install scalable IdM

  • Construct a resilient and scalable Identity Management topology.
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