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The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) course is designed to introduce the viewer to the RHEL operating system. In this course you will learn how to install RHEL, manage networking, configure services like NFS, harden security through features like SELinux, and support virtual machines all on top of the RHEL platform. The course is targeted towards systems administrators tasked with supporting Linux and expects the viewer to already have a working understanding of the Linux operating system.

  • Access 31 lectures & 7.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 using the new packaging, modularity, & appstream features
  • Upgrade from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 using new tools
  • Perform integrated file system & volume management using Stratis
  • Use Cockpit for system management
  • Create system images with Composer.
  • Configure Identity Management using authselect
  • Understand the Wayland graphical display server
  • Deploy containers using the new integrated OCI runtime & tools.
  • Configure firewall rules that use the new NFT back end

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In this course, you will understand the basics of writing a shell script. Shell scripting is s a program written using built-in shells and Linux commands to automate tasks, like checking whether a host is reachable, or finding and deleting large files older than a certain number of days or archiving them into another machine.

  • Access 19 lectures & 8.75 hours of content 24/7
  • Build the UNIX architecture &its different layers
  • Acquire insights to running & troubleshooting UNIX Shell scripts
  • Find & create scripting solutions

The Linux Security Techniques series introduces the viewers to the various security features found in modern Linux distributions. Topics covered include data encryption, auditing access, SELinux, and firewall configuration among others. The series also lightly covers penetration testing to ensure that each security technique is implemented properly.

  • Access 22 lectures & 10.8 hours of contents 24/7
  • Gain visibility into possible vulnerabilities
  • Assess security risks in your enterprise Linux environment
  • Deploy & use monitoring and attack detection tools
  • Know the best techniques & tools to increase security
  • Learn the art & science of developing your Linux security policy and response strategy

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The Linux in the Cloud series focuses on implementing the Linux operating system in a virtualized environment. Companies are relying less and less on dedicated hardware and are instead turning to shared hardware to optimize resource utilization and increase deployment flexibility. The hosts demonstrate virtualizing Linux using technologies like KVM and Docker as well as public cloud deployments using Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure.

  • Access 14 lectures & 5.3 hours of content 24/7
  • Run Linux as KVM guest
  • Get Linux up & running inside of Amazon Web Services
  • Build up Linux virtual machines & throw them on top of Azure

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The Linux command line is a quick, powerful, text-based interface developers use to more effectively and efficiently communicate with computers to accomplish a wider set of tasks. Learning how to use it will allow you to discover all that your computer is capable of

  • Access 20 lectures & 9.2 hours of content 24/7
  • Perform some basic file manipulation
  • Know exactly where commands are located & how to find them quickly
  • Know 8 Linux commands that you’ll use almost every time you log into a Linux system
  • Learn what components make up the command line prompt
  • Get help using the built-in Linux documentation system
  • Manage files & directories
  • Explore various ways to display the contents of files & how to easily edit them.
  • Know the best way to use administrator powers

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Linux for Beginners is a technical skills course designed to introduce new users to the Linux operating system. This course is intended for users who are interested in learning about Linux but have no previous exposure to the operating system. The series starts with a description of Linux and its history and then moves on to cover the graphical user interface and basic operations of the OS.

  • Access 5 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn to use Linux as your primary operating system
  • Understand how Linux works
  • Be familiar w/ the graphical user interface of Linux

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CompTIA Linux+, updated with the current trends, validates the necessary Linux skills in today’s tech environment. This 22-hour cert guide is a best-of-breed exam study guide. With preparation hints and test-taking tips from leading Linux trainers Ross Brunson and William Rothwell, this course will help you identify areas of weakness and improve both your conceptual knowledge and hands-on skills.

  • Access 46 lectures & 22 hours of content 24/7
  • Practice an organized test-preparation routine through the use of proven series elements & techniques
  • Understand hardware & system configuration
  • Learn Linux troubleshooting & diagnostics
  • Learn about systems operation & maintenance along w/ security measures and operations

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In this course, Getting Started with Linux, you will learn the basics of installing and managing Linux systems. First, you will introduce yourself to finding and working with Linux distributions, desktops, and open-source software. You’ll get a full understanding of why it is a need to have foundational Linux skills to enter a variety of job roles.

  • Access 23 lectures & 4.7 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand basic command line operations
  • Have a good working knowledge of Linux
  • Learn system configurations & graphical interface of Linux
  • Navigate through major Linux distributions
  • Know the common applications of Linux

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Linux is one of the most important pieces of software code existing today that is powering some of the biggest companies on earth. Since it is open-source, it is always updated, secure, and can be configured as per the individual needs of any organization. This course in Linux advanced features trains you to take up increasingly important roles in the corporate world. Topics covered include installing Linux, managing software, and using centralized user directories among others.

  • Access 24 lectures & 11 hours of content 24/7
  • Configure & upgrade Linux systems running one of the three major Linux distribution families
  • Master the tools & concepts you’ll need to efficiently build and manage an enterprise Linux infrastructure
  • Take up increasingly important roles in the corporate world

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The Becoming a Linux Server Administrator covers managing Linux servers in a business environment. Topics covered include installing Linux as a server, managing networking and troubleshooting the OS. Other episodes demonstrate how to configure a web server, a file server, and other common servers. The primary goal of the course is to help system administrators learn to deploy and support the Linux operating system as a server platform.

  • Access 28 lectures & 12 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand what server administration is
  • Administer configure & advanced networking
  • Explore starting & stopping services
  • Configure DNS, DHCP, Apache Web, MariaDB, Samba, NFS & FTP servers

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Becoming a Linux Power User is a technical skills course designed to elevate viewers to “Power User” status. Linux provides a very robust and powerful platform that enables users to achieve great things. Unfortunately, most users only scratch the surface of what Linux is capable of. This series explores some of the more powerful functions hidden away behind the graphical user interface. Topics cover using terminals and shells, managing processes and files, and writing simple shell scripts.

  • Access 26 lectures & 4.7 hours of content 24/7
  • Navigate the Unix & Linux file system
  • Manage processes, run applications, make them perform better & manipulate how they work
  • Write simple shell script to streamline your workflow

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If you are using any major operating system you are indirectly interacting to shell. If you are running Ubuntu, Linux Mint or any other Linux distribution, you are interacting to shell every time you use terminal. This course helps people understand some of the basics of shell script programming (aka shell scripting), and hopefully to introduce some of the possibilities of simple but powerful programming available under the Bourne shell.

  • Access 27 lectures & 8.2 hours of content 24/7
  • Be able to write, execute & debug Shell Scripts
  • Understand & identify different UNIX Operating Systems
  • Build the UNIX architecture & its different layers

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