The Linux open source operating system is used across business functions because of its flexibility and potential to facilitate innovation. 97% of hiring managers plan to hire someone with Linux skills within the next six months and 88% of those managers say it’s difficult to find Linux talent. Linux skills are desired in job areas ranging from Web developers to network administrators to device field engineers.
Topics include but are not limited to:
- System architecture
- System software installation and management
- Linux Command Line Interface (CLI)
- Working with text
- Linux file systems
- File system hierarchy standards
- File management
Linux I can be your first step to careers in cloud computing, cybersecurity, information systems, networking, programming, software development, and big data.
This course prepares you for the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 Exam 101 and the CompTIA Linux+ certification. Additional study prior to taking the certification exam is recommended.
Server+ training prepares you to work in data centers or cloud environments administering any type of network server because of its vendor-neutral approach. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to perform the duties of a server administrator.
In this course, you will:
- Continue working with Linux Server and Linux Operating Systems
- Manage server hardware
- Install server hardware and operating systems
- Configure networking hardware and protocols
- Perform basic server configuration tasks
- Create a virtual server environment
- Administer servers.
- Implement server storage solutions.
- Secure the server.
- Plan and test disaster recovery
- Troubleshoot server issues
This course can benefit you when you are preparing to take the CompTIA Server+ examination (Exam SK0-004).
This course also covers the Microsoft Windows Server 70-410 certification exam objectives and focuses on the skills you need to install and configure Windows Server 2012/R2. After you finish this course, you’ll have an in-depth knowledge of Windows Server 2012/R2, including installation, local and remote management, file and storage services, Active Directory, group policies, TCP/IP, networking services, and Hyper-V virtualization. Both the original release of Windows Server 2012 and the R2 release are covered.
Certification exams are not included in this course.
Required preparation: Must have access to a computer with Windows as well as Internet access outside of class to complete assignments
Recommended preparation: Knowledge and experience with Linux, Network+ certification or equivalent knowledge and/or experience.