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- Introduces CentOS Linux and Fedora clients as equals to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Sets up CentOS as a secure, high–performance web services back end
- Prepares you for the RHCE examination, but does not assume an RHEL installation
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If you want to use CentOS servers professionally and attach Red Hat clients, you need to know as much as a Red Hat engineer. This book has been written by two RHCEs who use CentOS 90% of the time, so after studying this book, you will know as much as an RHCE. And if you still want to take RHCE examinations, you can!
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- Attach Fedora clients.
- Design servers with security built in from the ground up.
- Integrate Fedora clients and CentOS servers.
- Set up directory services.
- Learn to use virtualization techniques.
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