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Linux System Administration. ELKIADD


This course is designed to equip learners with the fundamental skills and knowledge required to administer Linux systems efficiently. From basic command-line operations to advanced system management, trainees will gain hands-on experience in configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Linux environments.
This behaviorial, hands-on Training in Linux System Administration is all about installation, administeration, configuration and upgrade of a Linux based system running one of the two major Linux distribution families (Fedora and Debian/Ubuntu). Heavily focused on enterprise environments, this training provides Linux system administrators with all the tools and concepts needed to efficiently build and manage a production Linux infrastructure. We facilitate the trainees with state-of-the-art facilities and techniques used in the industry and apply them in the context of practical labs.
This Program is aimed at preparing the Linux Based Systems for the purpose of using  software developing tools / envorinments, modelling, tersting RnD, Embedded Development, Web Development etc. During the setting up of this system, Fedora, Ubuntu, Mint and debian installation should to be done. Linux root file-system and partitions scheme has to be understood and implemented. 

Silent Features of The Program


* 10 working Days
* 10 Sessions

Training Methodology

* A Linux System would be prepared and training would be done on Newly Prepared Linux system
* Hands on approach to training, behaviorial model of training would be practiced.
* Comitment to Individual growth and constant evaluation.

Target Audience

* Beginners interested in Linux administration
* IT professionals looking to enhance their Linux skills
* System administrators transitioning from other operating systems


* The Trainee should have basic knowledge for computer operations and should have good aptitude.

Course Format

* Online Sessions
* Hands-on lab sessions
* Assignments for every Session
* Quizzes and exams


Setting-up a Linux Based System for development and connect it to the network.
Prepare and configure some inportant servers frequently used during Development.
To create an effective and efficient Linux System/Network Administrator.

Course Outline

Introduction to Linux
History and Philosophy of Linux
Linux Distributions Overview
Installing Linux and Initial Configuration
Navigating the File System
Session 2
Command Line Basics
Basic Shell Commands
File Management
Text Processing Tools
Pipes and Redirection
Session 3
Users, Groups, and Permissions
Managing Users and Groups
Understanding File Permissions
Special Permissions and Attributes
Session 4
Package Management
Package Management Systems (APT, YUM, RPM)
Installing, Updating, and Removing Software
Managing Software Repositories
Session 5
System Services and Process Management
Understanding Systemd and Init
Managing System Services
Process Monitoring and Management
Session 6
Networking and Security Basics
Configuring Network Interfaces
Basic Network Troubleshooting
Firewall Concepts and Configuration (iptables, firewalld)
Secure Shell (SSH) Setup and Usage
Session 7
Storage Management
Disk Partitioning
Managing File Systems
Logical Volume Management (LVM)
Remote Storage (NFS, Samba)
Session 8
Advanced Command Line and Scripting
Advanced Shell Features (bash)
Introduction to Shell Scripting
Automating Tasks with Cron
Session 9
System Monitoring and Performance Tuning
Monitoring Tools (top, htop, vmstat)
System Logs and Journalctl
Performance Tuning Basics
Session 10
Virtualization and Containers
Introduction to Virtualization with KVM/QEMU
Managing Virtual Machines with libvirt and Virt-Manager
Introduction to Containers with Docker

After the training program is over, the trainee should be able to:-

Understand Linux Fundamentals: Have a solid understanding of the history, philosophy, and the various distributions of Linux, which will enable them to choose the right distribution for their needs.
Install and Configure Linux: Install Linux systems and perform initial configurations, including setting up the necessary software and services.
Navigate and Manage the File System: Efficiently navigate the Linux file system, manage files and directories, and understand the hierarchy and structure of Linux file systems.
Use the Command Line Interface (CLI): Be proficient in using the command line for various tasks, including basic and advanced shell commands, file management, text processing, and using utilities like pipes and redirection for task automation.
Manage Users and Permissions: Understand and manage users, groups, and file permissions, including special permissions and attributes to ensure security and proper access control.
Handle Package Management: Use package management systems like APT, YUM, and RPM to install, update, and remove software, as well as manage software repositories.
Manage System Services and Processes: Control and monitor system services and processes, including understanding the roles of systemd and init systems, and use process management tools.
Configure Networking and Security: Set up and troubleshoot network interfaces, understand basic networking concepts, configure firewalls using iptables or firewalld, and securely manage remote connections using SSH.
Manage Storage: Understand and manage disk partitioning, file systems, and logical volume management (LVM), along with configuring remote storage solutions like NFS and Samba.
Utilize Advanced Command Line and Scripting: Use advanced shell features and write basic shell scripts to automate tasks, schedule jobs with cron, and improve efficiency in daily tasks.
Monitor System Performance: Use monitoring tools and understand system logs to keep track of system health, troubleshoot issues, and perform basic performance tuning.
Work with Virtualization and Containers: Understand the basics of virtualization with KVM/QEMU, manage virtual machines, and get started with containerization using Docker, which is crucial for modern application deployment and development environments.
Overall, the trainee will be well-equipped to perform a wide range of Linux system administration tasks, troubleshoot and solve problems, automate tasks, and possibly even manage servers or work in environments where Linux systems are in use. They will have the foundational skills necessary for further specialization in areas such as network administration, security, system architecture, or cloud infrastructure management based on Linux systems.

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