Essentials of Linux System Administration (LFS201)
Skills Covered: Linux Administration, Linux Configuration, Linux Upgrade, Cloud Infrastructure, Linux Filesystem, Package Management Systems, Signals, System Monitoring, Process Monitoring, Memory, Monitoring Usage and Tuning, I/O Monitoring and Tuning, I/O Scheduling, Disk Partitioning, Filesystem Features, Encrypting Disks, Logical Volume Management (LVM), RAID, Kernel Services, Kernel Configuration, Kernel Modules, Virtualization Overview, Virtualization, Containers Overview, User Account Management, File Permissions and Ownership, Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM), Network Addresses, Network Devices and Configuration, Firewalls, Backup and Recovery Methods, Linux Security Modules, Local System Security, Troubleshooting, System Rescue
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ABOUT THIS COURSE
The course is designed for people who are new to IT or who have already dealt with operating systems other than Linux and wish to transition into a career administering Linux systems. Linux management is also useful to potential cloud practitioners because it is the base of most cloud instances.
The subjects discussed are closely associated with the knowledge domains assessed on the Linux Foundation Qualified Systems Administrator (LFCS) exam, improving students’ opportunity to become certified significantly.
This course’s lab exercises are designed to run on either native hardware or a virtual machine (VM) running under a hypervisor, such as those from the KVM, VMWare, or Virtual Box families. The course includes detailed guidance for setting up your lab environment.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
You’ll learn how to control, instal, and update Linux systems that run one of the three main Linux distribution families (Red Hat, SUSE, or Debian/Ubuntu). You’ll also learn how to create and run a production Linux system using all of the software and concepts you’ll need.
For web servers, cloud computing, mobile phones, and consumer electronics, Linux is the most popular operating system. There is a shortage of Linux system administrators due to its high adoption rates and continued development. This course will teach you the skills and procedures needed to work as a Linux systems administrator.
According to Salary.com the median salary for a Linux System Administrator in the U.S. is $95.997 per year.
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