Linux is powerful, flexible, and can be adapted to a broad range of uses. On servers, Linux plays an important
role in providing developers and applications an environment to run in. Developers who enjoy solving problems
in the Linux environment, and in administering it, are often suitable for a Linux administration role. These people
are the ones who develop and monitor the infrastructure, automate workflow by collaborating with other
members, and design overall production system architectures.
A great Linux administrator is often the difference between a large-scale system that runs smoothly over long
periods of time and a system that crashes often. Linux based distributions, being wonderful general purpose
operating systems, often misguide developers into incorrectly gauging their proficiency with it. Therefore, a
focused well-written job advertisement is essential to invite Linux administrators who are perfect for your team.
- Access the command line
- Manage files from command line
- Create, view, and edit text files
- Manage local users and groups
- Monitor and manage Linux processes
- Control services and daemons
- Control access to files with file system permissions
- Analyze and store log files
- Configure and secure the OpenSSH service
- Install and update software packages
- Access Linux file systems
- Manage Linux networking
This course is presented by :
- Analyzing, Designing, Installing, Configuring, Maintaining and Repairing of VMware infrastructure.
- Installing, configuring and maintain servers and networks.
- Sustaining network integrity, server deployment, and security.
- Monitoring and maintaining network servers such as file servers, antivirus…
- Ensuring high-level security and efficiency resulting in 100% output.
- Manage all upgrades, Security Patches and Fixes for the whole Data Center Infrastructure (Storage, Servers, OS and Backup System).
- Be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company’s information systems.
- Install, support, and maintain servers.
- Analyzing system logs and identifying potential issues with O/S.
- Audits the systems utilization and accessibility.
- Applying operating system updates, patches, and configuration changes if needed.
- Installing and configuring new software and tools.