Learning Linux with Ubuntu and CentOS: The Easy Way
Why not give Linux a try, its Free, Fun, Highly Stable and Free Of Viruses
Created by Ahmad Nadeem - Independent Network & Telecom Consultant
Students: 41177, Price: Free
In 2001, when I started my career as Telecom Professional, I could barely manage MS Windows. All I knew was how to Power it on and do basic tasks like making Presentation, Word Document and take print outs. Oh Yea! I could also make my way into putting on Video CDs and playing occasional games (NFS, FIFA). Since then, a lot has changed in the world of Operating Systems and in turn for me as well. After my first interaction with Linux in 2002, I've continued on this path and every day, my passion for Linux just gets deeper.
If you are also searching for an alternate Operating System with decades of developments, a system that does not do funny things (read annoying), where ending a process really mean killing it, which is extremely fast to boot and shutdown, which does not invite world of malwares, viruses and Trojans, a system that has got a highly thriving and vibrant community, and which is Free to use and distribute, then my friends Welcome! to the World of Linux.
In this course, I will show you two major flavors (distributions) of Linux, Ubuntu and CentOS. You will be able to:
1. Install and Manage Ubuntu
2. Install and Manage CentOS
3. How to update your system
4. Use everyday / common applications
5. Become a NIX user in just couple of hours
6. Just have fun with your new OS
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This course is general purpose and is suitable for anyone and everyone. Whether you are a student, a techie or a businessman with little to nil knowledge of Operating Systems, I will take your hand and help you in your journey to the Awesome World of Linux that operates “From wristwatches to supercomputers,”. So, without further delay, click on take this course and join the ride.
Storage Area Network with Oracle ZFS on Centos Linux : L1
oracle ZFS storage area network & network attached storage accessed by windows linux VMware redhat centos ubuntu
Created by Muhamad Elkenany - Unix/Linux System Engineer, Teaching Linux & Storage
Students: 12519, Price: Free
This course delivers Oracle ZFS leading technology to build advanced, professional and efficient storage that meets modern business needs and reduce the complexity and risk.
By using ZFS which becomes an open source technology now, you can build your own professional storage, which has almost the same features found in any commercial hardware storage.
In order to get benefit from this course, you should have some background about Linux administration since this course is completely built on open source Linux.
By the end of this course you will have a strong knowledge about ZFS and how you can build and administrate your professional storage box.
Linux Basics and Troubleshooting for CompletePBX
Managing CompletePBX on CentOS
Created by Keith Bookman - Asterisk-based PBX Systems
Students: 4499, Price: Free
The goal of the course is to give the trainee basic familiarity with the Linux operating system, the ability to perform basic day-to-day activities in the PBX, and provide some basic troubleshooting tools.
This course is Web-based and requires no special equipment or prior technical knowledge.
This course provides an introduction to Linux by providing:
Basic familiarity with the Linux operating system
Some basic Linux tools
Some basic troubleshooting tools
Web Server Load Balance in Linux
Learn Nginx load balancing and configure HTTP Load Balancing in Linux (CentOS) for your web server and applications.
Created by Kloud Geeks - Tech | Train | Support
Students: 3169, Price: Free
In this course you will learn about load balancing and how to configure HTTP load balancing. Here you will understand what Load balance is, types of load balance, different type of algorithm that can be use with Load balance. Finally you will install load balance, install web server and configure HTTP load balance for your web application.
I hope you will enjoy this course.