21 hours (usually 3 days including breaks)
This course assumes no prior experience of Linux.
A working knowledge of computer systems and/or another operating system.
Learn core Linux Systems Administration skills in a workshop environment. (Ubuntu or CentOS)
Who is this course for:
Engineers who want to transition into Linux engineering and administration roles.
Beginners who want to understand how a Linux operating system works and how to manage it.
People looking to prepare for professional certifications such as the LPI level 1 or RHCSA.
This course is designed to teach you about the advantages of Linux-based operating systems, their role in enterprise, and how to understand and administer them. Aimed at relative beginners, we will teach you all the skills necessary to manage a small Linux estate.
Using a combination of demonstrations and practical exercises, we will guide you through the relevant commands, tools and processes you will need to know to become a successful administrator of a professional Linux environment.
The skills to properly run and maintain Linux environments are in very high demand.
If you have little or no experience working with Linux and wish to become a competent administrator quickly, this course will give you all the tools you need to enter the exciting and challenging world of Linux administration.
At the end of this course you will:
- Understand what GNU/Linux is, and its role in modern IT
- Be able to install a linux distribution from scratch
- Be able to configure users, groups, storage, and networking of a Linux-based computer
- Be able to confidently navigate the command line interface (CLI) on any Linux server
- Understand services, processes, and system resources
- Install, remove, and configure software.
- Introduction to GNU/Linux distributions
- Installing a Linux-based operating system
- Desktop Environments
- System management with the bash shell
- Common tools
- File and Directory Management
- Processes and Services
- Storage Configuration
- Package Management
- Basic Networking
- User Management
- Advanced bash
- Getting Help
I mostly liked the explanation of fundamentals.
Desi Cozier - National Defence / Government of Canada