Below are the video training courses included in this Learning Path.
Learning Linux System Administration
Presented by Jim Strickland3 hours 51 minutes
Learn how install, configure, and manage a Linux system. You’ll begin by learning the terminal environment, files and file manipulation, regular expressions, and pipes and redirects. Then you’ll move on to advanced topics such as processes and daemons, virtual memory, and file system security. And finally you’ll cover anatomy, mechanics, and strategies for recovering from various failure modes.
Presented by Cricket Liu1 hour 57 minutes
Every Linux system administrator needs a sound understanding of domain name servers (DNS) and resource records. This segment of your Learning Path teaches what you need to know, including the theory behind DNS and how it works. You’ll learn about name servers, and common types of resource records. Finally, you’ll cover about DNS query tools including nslookup and dig, as well as advanced topics such as NOTIFY and sender policy framework.
Presented by Ric Messier7 hours 13 minutes
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol) defines how devices connect to, and communicate through the Internet. This segment of your Learning Path explains how TCP/IP packages address, route, and deliver data over a network. You’ll use various network tools as you work through this hands-on course. By the time you’ve finished, you’ll have a thorough understanding of what a packet is and how it delivers data from point to point using TCP/IP.
Presented by Carl Albing4 hours 25 minutes
Learn fundamentals of the bash shell programming, one of the favorite tools of Linux system administrators. Begin with simple shell scripts and progress to complex, automated system administration and file management tasks. Throughout the course, you’ll learn how to think like a shell programmer and discovered the immense amount of power at your fingertips. By the time you’re done, you’ll have written more than twenty complex shell scripts, and interacted with the rest of your file system, and learned best practices.
Learning Linux Security
Presented by Ric Messier6 hours 13 minutes
In this hands-on course you’ll learn to secure a Linux system. You’ll start by learning about booting, then jump into covering service management. From there, you'll dive into logging and log management, intrusion detection and preventions, and users and permissions. You’ll learn about utilities and the Linux Kernel, including Kernel modules, builds, and managing Kernel parameters. And finally, you’ll cover firewalls, such as iptables, targets, rate limiting, and zones and services.