Linux By Example For Novices To Pros

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Terrence Cox
A veteran of twenty years in Information Technology in a variety of roles. He has worked in development, security and infrastructure well before they merged into what we now call DevOps. He provides training in Linux, VMWare, DevOps (Ansible, Jenkins, etc) as well as containers and AWS topics.

Configuring BIND9 DNS

Setup

00:05:52

Server Install and Setup: Part One

00:12:09

Server Install and Setup: Part Two

00:16:07

Client Configuration and Testing

00:05:48

Configuring Ubuntu NFS Version 4

Client and Server Setup and Testing

00:21:44

Remote GUI VNC Setup

Secure VNC Remote Access

00:15:16

Samba4 Windows and Linux Client and Server

Samba File Sharing: Windows Server/Linux Client

00:18:01

Samba File Sharing: Linux Server/Windows Client

00:07:00

Apache and SSL Self Signed Certificates

Apache Install and SSL Certificate Creation

00:18:35

The LAMP Stack

The LAMP Stack with PHPMyAdmin

00:14:35

HeartBleed Bug

HeartBleed Bug Scenario: Assessment and Mitigation

00:17:18

Nagios Enterprise Monitoring - Start to Finish

Nagios: Introduction

00:05:02

Download and Setup

00:09:29

Core Compilation

00:11:02

Plugin Compilation

00:08:13

Service Management

00:08:38

Nagios Remote Plugin Executor: Installation

00:10:52

Nagios Server: Adding a Remote Host

00:10:53

Browsing the Nagios Server

00:08:53

Java - Install or Add Oracle JDK

Oracle JDK - Install Alone or Alongside Another Java Version

00:10:19

Enterprise Backup with RSync

Enterprise Backup with RSync

00:22:48

Rsync: Advanced Examples

00:18:27

Nginx and Self Signed Certificates

Nginx and SSL Certificates

00:16:28

Details

Understanding Linux is sometimes difficult to get your hands around. There are a large number of resources you can use: online courses, books, tutorials and classroom learning. You can get the basics of Linux down using any combination of those along with a little practice, but what you end up with is not really what you need to know to become a professional. Linux by Example Let Linux by Example help you connect all the dots. Take the commands and concepts that you have been introduced to during your Linux adventure and learn how to apply them in real world scenarios. This course will give you concrete examples to walk through, step by step, showing exactly how to set up key services that we all rely on every day. This course is taught by a seasoned Information Technology professional with more than 20 years of industry experience in Linux, Microsoft Windows and has completed all of these configurations in Enterprise Class environments. After viewing this course, you will truly grasp the power and flexibility of Linux. These videos will give you all the tools you need to set up and configure complex services on Linux. The documentation includes detailed step by step instructions with copies of all the configuration files so you can create your own professional reference library. What Is Covered? The real world concepts that are covered during this course include detailed walk throughs of the Linux Academy Live Labs scenarios like:

Configuring BIND 9 DNS
Configuring Ubuntu NFS Version 4
Remote GUI and Secure VNC Setup
Samba Version 4: Windows and Linux Client/Server
Apache and Self Signed Certificates
LAMP Stack

Each concept is comprehensively explained from start to finish. We don't assume that you are familiar with the concepts involved, so if you are not experienced, you will get everything you need to gain that experience. Even if you are a seasoned professional, you will get a concise configuration for all these scenarios that you can easily apply to your situation. Keep your eye on this course for ongoing future updates!

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Study Guide with Concepts from Linux Desktop and By Example Course

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