We deploy the real environment, you take the scenario-based labs on us. Self-paced, from anywhere, at any time.
Learn the Linux Academy basics! Discover how to start and connect to your six Linux lab servers, learn about the learning tools we made just for you, and find out the best way to put our content to work. This module updates as we add new features to the Linux Academy!
The purpose of this course is twofold:
Skills that will be covered include:
These will be a high-level overview of the above concepts, which we will build on in more advanced courses.
In this course, you will learn the basics of the Google Cloud Platform. We will work through a couple of hands-on use cases (a Sinatra web application and a Node.js web application) that will be deployed with a Google Cloud Source Repository and the Google App Engine. Then, the same applications will be deployed with a combination of Google Compute Engine and Google Container Engine. Google storage options, networking, big data and machine learning concepts will be discussed and demonstrated.
This course is intended as a precursor to a more advanced Google Certified Professional Cloud Architect course
Welcome to the Google Cloud Platform for the AWS User course. This course focuses on introducing an experienced AWS user to Google Cloud Platform, primarily through comparing AWS services to their Google Cloud Platform counterparts.
If you have questions like, "I use EC2 all the time, what is the comparable compute service in GCP and what are it's main features" then this is the course for you.
This course does have a short hands-on section to help you create a GCP account and understand how to navigate the console to find and access various services. After which, this course takes a conceptual approach, comparing AWS and GCP services from a feature, pricing, and best use case standpoint.
This course is designed for individuals who what to learn how to use containers on Google Cloud Platform. We will go over the features of the container clusters, as well as how to use kubernetes to create pods, and services using the Google Container Engine.
Join the #containers or #learnwithanthonyjames slack channels on the Linux Academy Slack community: https://linuxacademy-community-slack.herokuapp.com
Ever wonder if there was a tool that was powerful enough to handle cross-platform administration while allowing advanced customization? Introducing PowerShell Core!
We are excited to bring our members a course on PowerShell Core for Linux. With the proliferation of open-source solutions and direction changes at Microsoft, a decision was made to open-source the .NetCore platform. With the assitance of this move, Microsoft also released an open-source version of PowerShell to allow cross platform administration and advanced shell functionality. With this powerful tool, an administrator can work in multiple environments be it in the Cloud or on-premise while using a tool that is now a unified cross-platform experience.
Join Me, while I go over the core usage of the platform while covering advanced topics like scripting and cloud integration!