Linux Foundation Certified Systems Engineer

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Terrence Cox
A veteran of twenty years in Information Technology in a variety of roles. He has worked in development, security and infrastructure well before they merged into what we now call DevOps. He provides training in Linux, VMWare, DevOps (Ansible, Jenkins, etc) as well as containers and AWS topics.

Introduction

Network Adminstration

Exercise: Monitor Network Performance

00:30:00

Exercise: Produce and Delivery Reports on System Use, Outages and User Requests

00:30:00

Exercise: Configure Network Services to Start Automatically at Boot: SystemD Method

00:30:00

Exercise: Configure Network Services to Start Automatically at Boot: Sysvinit

00:30:00

Network Filesystems and File Services

Exercise: Configure Systems to Mount Standard, Encrypted and Network File Systems on Demand: Encryption

00:30:00

Exercise: Configure Systems to Mount Standard, Encrypted and Network File Systems on Demand: Standard Filesystem

00:30:00

Exercise: Update Packages from the Network, a Repository or the Local File System (Ubuntu/Debian)

00:30:00

Exercise: Update Packages from the Network, a Repository or the Local File System (Red Hat/CentOS)

00:30:00

Exercise: Transfer Files Securely Via the Network

00:30:00

Exercise: Provide/Configure Network Shares via NFS: Server Setup

00:30:00

Exercise: Provide/Configure Network Shares via NFS: Client Setup

00:30:00

Network Security

Exercise: Install and Configure SSL for Apache Web Server - Create Self Signed Certificate

00:30:00

Exercise: Configuring SSH-Based Remote Access Using Public/Private Key Pairs

00:30:00

Remote Access

HTTP Services

Exercise: Install and Configure and Apache Web Server: RedHat/CentOS

00:30:00

Exercise: Install and Configure Apache Web Server: Debian/Ubuntu

00:30:00

Exercise: Configure the Apache Logs

00:30:00

Exercise: Customize the Apache Logs

00:30:00

Exercise: Setting Up Name Based Virtual Web Hosts: Debian/Ubuntu HTTP

00:30:00

Exercise: Setting Up Name Based Virtual Web Hosts: Debian/Ubuntu HTTPS

00:30:00

Exercise: Setting Up Name Based Virtual Web Hosts: Red Hat/CentOS HTTP

00:30:00

Exercise: Setting Up Name Based Virtual Web Hosts: Red Hat/CentOS HTTPS

00:30:00

Email Services

Exercise: Install and Configure SMTP Service

00:30:00

Exercise: Install and Configure Local Email Delivery

00:30:00

Exercise: Restrict Access to SMTP Server

00:30:00

Conclusion

Details

The Linux Foundation Certified System Engineer (LFCSE) is a professional level certification that demonstrates your system and network administration skills to current and prospective employers. Now, more than ever, companies are looking for the right Linux talent to hire. Like a good degree, certifications serve to differentiate you from other candidates you may be competing against. This course will help prepare you to take this exam and prove your expertise in the Open Source marketplace.


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