CZCLA (Cyber Zone Certified Linux Administrator)
The subject matter of Linux administration includes computer systems and the ways people use them in an organization. This entails knowledge of operating systems and applications, as well as hardware and software troubleshooting, but also knowledge of the purposes for which people in the organization use the computers. However, perhaps the most important skill to a system administrator is problem solving -- frequently under various sorts of constraints and stress. The sysadmin is on call when a computer system goes down or malfunctions, and must be able to quickly and correctly diagnose what is wrong and how best to fix it. In the Cyber Zone this course will cover the basics & advance topics of Linux in detail.
At the end of the course delegates will have the skills required to administer a Linux System. The course will also cover Internet application server configuration on live registered domain named with valid public IP addresses. The training will be given by Senior System / Network engineers with several years of industry experience. Administering Linux 2.6.x (particularly Red Hat). Installation, initial configuration, using the bash command shell, managing files, managing software, and granting rights to users. DNS, FTP, Apache, send mail, Samba, and other services receive lots of attention.
Advantage of Linux
The Red hat Networking & System Administration course provides knowledge and skills for Linux- and/or UNIX- systems administrators who want to build proficiency at configuring common network services and security administration using Linux. This course is updated for building skills on Linux Administration.