Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362)

Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362)

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Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) course with Hands-on Labs – Red Hat Training Units: 13 RTU

This Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) 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.

Course content summary:

• 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.

Duration: 4 days

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Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) course:

• Red Hat Certified System Administrators (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

Class Prerequisites:

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) course are as follows:

• 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)

Objectives:

Upon completing this Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

How to use the scientific method to approach troubleshooting:

• 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.

Red Hat Identity Management and Active Directory Integration Training (RH362) – Course Syllabus:

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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