Linux Systems Engineer – Mid Level
In this learning path, you’ll prepare for a role as a Linux Systems Engineer. You’ll gain a deep understanding of the Linux operating system, including how to design and implement complex systems that run reliably. You’ll put your troubleshooting skills to the test, prepare to earn two industry standard certifications, and finally build a real, working version of Linux from scratch. By the time you finished, you’ll be well on your way to a role as a Linux Systems Engineer. As a Linux systems engineer, you will design, plan, and build Linux systems to run your organization. You’ll support server software and applications, and implement tools to monitor and maintain existing systems. You will serve as a point of contact for operations, development, support, and many other departments in your organization, coordinating efforts to maintain a reliable, stable system. Your job responsibilities may include planning and implementing new infrastructure for the organization, improving and optimizing system design, and creating new solutions to run the business’ key applications and services. To succeed as a Linux Systems Engineer, you should have at least 2-3 years experience as a systems administrator or hands on experience in another equivalent technical role.