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New Linux Online Training Courses & Tools

We’re so excited to announce more of our 150+ content releases during July: Linux online training courses and tools.
With 150+ new Courses, Challenges and hands-on Learning Activities launching this month, it’s hard to stay updated on everything coming out. If you miss our live show announcements, you can get filled in on what was released below! You can also always watch the recorded streams at your convenience on our YouTube – subscribe for updates!
Join us here on Tuesday, July 24 at 10:30 am CDT, for new AWS content.
Develop your cloud skills through hands-on training to advance your career – Start your 7-day free trial here.

Linux+ and LPIC-1: System Administrator – Exam 101

Linux+ and LPIC-1: System Administrator – Exam 101

with Kenny Armstrong
Get prepared for the 2018 Linux+ and Linux Professional Institute Level 1 Certification Exam 1. Learn how to administer users, navigate Linux filesystems, manage processes, start services, use remote network shares, and more throughout this course. Using our practice servers, quizzes, and Learning Activities, gain all the experience you need to be successful in this first part of your journey to the Linux+ and LPIC-1 certification.

Linux Online Training Hands-On Labs in this course:

  1. Configuring a Default Target to Boot Into
  2. Installing and Managing Packages on Debian/Ubuntu Systems
  3. Installing and Managing Packages on Red Hat/CentOS Systems
  4. Modify a Text File using Sed
  5. Create a Directory Structure in Linux
  6. Working with Compressed Files in Linux
  7. Working with Basic Regular Expressions
  8. Create and Modify a File with Vim
  9. Add a New Hard Disk to a Linux System
  10. Managing File Attributes and Permissions
  11. Working with Links in Linux
  12. Finding User Files and Reassigning Permission in Linux


Linux Academy’s Red Hat Certified Specialist in Virtualization Preparation Course

With Matthew Pearson
This course is designed to prepare for the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Virtualization exam (EX318). Learn how to install and administer a Red Hat Virtualization environment and perform administrative tasks in your environment. Gain an understanding of the Red Hat Virtualization platform including, managing storing, working with logical networks, automatically deploying virtual machines and much more!

Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Automation

Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Automation

With Stosh Oldham

Get prepared for the Red Hat EX407 certification! Understand core components of Ansible, run ad-hoc Ansible commands, use both static and dynamic inventories to define groups of hosts, utilize an existing dynamic inventory script, create Ansible plays and playbooks, and much more! After taking this course, you’ll be fully prepared to use Ansible to automate the configuration of systems and applications.

Linux Online Training Hands-On Labs in this course:

  1. Getting Started with Ansible
  2. Ad-Hoc Ansible Commands
  3. Working with Ansible Inventories
  4. Ansible Playbooks- The Basics
  5. Ansible Playbooks- Error Handling
  6. Working with Ansible Templates, Variables, and Facts
  7. Working with Ansible Roles
  8. Working with Confidential Data in Ansible
  9. Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible (EX407) Practice Exam


LPI DevOps Tools Engineer Certification

With Travis Thomsen

The DevOps movement has entered the maturity stage in Information Technology. The philosophy behind DevOps is well understood at this point and more and more tools are developed that enable the implementation of that philosophy all the time.

Get ready for the LPIC DevOps Tools Engineer Certification exam in this Course. Take a broad look at a large number of tools that are commonly used in DevOps environments and gain a better understanding of how they enable DevOps in any enterprise environment.

Linux Online Training Hands-On Labs in this course:

  1. Installing Vagrant on CentOS
  2. Using Vagrant and Docker to Build a Dev Environment
  3. Using Packer to Create an AMI
  4. Using Packer to Create a Docker Image
  5. Exchange SSH Keys and Run Ansible Playbooks
  6. Creating a Dockerfile
  7. Working with Docker Volumes
  8. Working with Docker Networks
  9. Setting Up an Environment with Docker Compose
  10. Working with Docker Swarm
  11. Building a Docker Image using Packer and Jenkins
  12. Pushing a file to a GitHub repository
  13. Working with Logstash


LPIC 2 Exam 201 & 202 Updates

with Rob Marti

These refreshed courses are designed to follow the Linux Professional Institute’s Level 2 Exam 1 and 2 objectives. Upon completion of these courses and with the associated downloadable materials, the student should be prepared to successfully complete both exams in the LPIC-2 certification.

*New* Learning Activity: Using Sieve to Filter E-Mail

Updates from LPIC-2 4.0 to LPIC-2 4.5:

  • Sieve
  • OpenVPN
  • ip tools
  • NFSv3 compared to NFSv4
  • systemd rescue and emergency modes
  • SMART and smartd
  • Mkisofs


CompTIA’s Cloud Essentials

with Eric Frick

Get prepared for the CompTIA CLO-001 certification which is CompTIA’s entry-level cloud certification. If you have not had any experience with cloud computing this is the perfect place to get started. Learn the basic concepts of cloud computing and the major advantages and challenges of cloud computing.  Help your organization transition to cloud computing and take advantage of one of the most exciting areas of information technology today.

After taking this course, you’ll understand:

  • The basic terminology and the major cloud service categories
  • Cloud computing from a business perspective and the major issues that are important to an organization
  • Cloud computing from a technical perspective
  • Major differences between public and private clouds
  • Techniques for cloud computing deployment
  • Cloud computing risks and challenges
  • The impact of cloud computing on application development
  • Steps an organization must take to successfully adopt cloud computing
  • The CLO-001 exam objectives


Join us here on Tuesday, July 24 at 10:30 am CDT, for new AWS content!

Develop your Linux & cloud skills through hands-on training to advance your career – Start your 7-day free trial here.


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Alan Paterson
2 years ago

I wish o learn Linux but there is no-one here who teaches it. I am a complete beginner in that respect and would like to know which version of Linux to use for example.

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2 years ago

Hi Alan,
Joining our community is a great way to help you start your Linux journey! We have Linux experts and lots of Linux professionals in our community who would be happy to answer your questions! Sign up for an account here to get access to our community. We hope to see you in there!


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