5 days
Proprietary manuals

Training content summary

  1. Introduction to operating systems.
  2. The shell as the basic work environment.
  3. Basic Linux system commands.
  4. Managing files from the console.
  5. Working with text files in the console.
  6. Finding help in the Linux system.
  7. Examining and managing processes in Linux.
  8. The init program and managing system services.
  9. Software installation, package searching, and program compilation in Enterprise Linux.
  10. Basics of network management in Enterprise Linux.
  11. Fundamentals of firewall administration using firewalld.
  12. Using file systems in Linux.
  13. Archiving files and copying files between hosts.
  14. Managing and configuring ssh and sshd services.
  15. Logging in Enterprise Linux – rsyslog and journald.
  16. Installing the system in a virtual environment.
  17. Review of the material.

About the training

The Enterprise Linux Administration I training is designed for individuals just starting out with enterprise-class Linux systems (EuroLinux, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, Oracle® Linux, CentOS), as well as for more experienced users who wish to expand their knowledge in system administration. Together with the Enterprise Linux Administration II training, it forms a solid foundation of administrative knowledge.

Required knowledge

Elementary knowledge of IT concepts and a basic understanding of common terms such as: file system, RAM.

Target audience

  • Current and future Linux system administrators who seek to expand and systematize their knowledge
  • individuals aspiring to become a Certified Linux System Administrator in the future
  • developers who use or interact with Linux systems in their work.

Training location

We offer three training formats, depending on what your preferred way of learning is:
  • In Authorized Training Centers in Warsaw and Cracow
  • onsite at the client’s location
  • Via the internet (online).
We conduct training in both open and closed formats, i.e., dedicated to specific teams from your organization.

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