Linux Systems Administrator – Mid Level
July 16th, 2019
In this learning path, you’ll continue to develop your skills as a Linux systems administrator. You’ll gain deep knowledge of the Linux operating system, many of its key administrative tools, and real-world troubleshooting techniques. When you’re finished, you’ll be ready for a mid-level job as a sysadmin. As an intermediate level systems administrator, you will support Linux systems and networks, and provide input on system design. You will maintain, optimize, and troubleshoot issues related to software as well as the networks they run on. You will work closely with engineers in your organization to ensure that the company’s infrastructure remains stable through all changes, updates, and patches. Your job responsibilities may include troubleshooting complex issues reported from all areas of the organization, communicating with stakeholders on upgrades and system-related projects, and optimizing processes for issue response and escalation. You will also be responsible for maintaining system reliability and improving recovery and backup strategies. To be successful as a mid-level Linux Systems Administrator you should have at least 1-3 years’ experience as a junior systems administrator or in an equivalent technical role.