LLC103: Linux System, Network & Security Administration

LLC103 Linux System, Network & Security Administration Course is an intensive course designed to rapidly train on skills required for Administering a Linux Server. This course gets a person to advanced levels of Linux Administration. It provides training from fundamental concepts relating to complete Administration of a Linux server with live demonstrations and emphasis on administration through shell commands.

This is our flagship course which we are offering from the year 1999, on various distributions of Linux.

The attendees for this course require to possess the knowledge base covered in our LLC033: Linux for administrators and Programmers or must have any such compatible level on their own before enrolling themselves for this course.

Target Audience
This course is for – Administrators who wish to migrate to Linux from any other multi-user OS and gain a thorough understanding of Linux Administration and who are already well-versed in basics of Linux Operating System.

Duration: 4 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Please call or email for best offer

Course Outline

Module 1: Installation Methods – Network & Kickstart

Module 2: User Administration
–  User Creation
–  Modify the user settings
–  Deleting the user
–  Creation of groups
–  Adding users to groups
–  Linux Permissions
–  Special Linux Permission
–  Access Control List

Module 3: Package Management
–  Introduction
–  Configuration
–  Package management tools

Module 4: Networking
–  Introduction
–  Network Configuration
–  Static, DHCP
–  Time Synchronization

Module 5: Basic Concepts of DNS
–  Implementation of BIND
–  Forward & reverse lookup
–  DNS Client Commands
–  DHCP Server/Client Setup

Module 6: File Server
–  FTP
—  FTP server configuration
—  FTP Clients

Module 7: Apache Web Server
– Basic Configuration
– Name & IP Based Virtual Hosting
– Restriction through htaccess
– Authentication through SSL
– Lamp Stack

Module 8: EMail Server
–  Postfix
–  Dovecot
–  PoP
–  Roundcube webmail

Module 9: Proxy Server – Squid
–  ACL for restricting access
–  User Authentication

Module 10: Firewalld (Port Security)
–  Introduction to Network Communication
–  Rich rule
–  port forwarding

Module 11: Certificate Management
–  Certificate Chain validation
–  Certificate Bundling
–  Placing certificates in the file system
–  Creating self-signed certificates

Module 12: Debugging Tools
– Tools used to detect memory access error and Memory leakage in Linux: mtrace
– Using gdb and ddd utilities-
– TCPDUMP analysis
– Process Analyzer

Module 13: System logging and Monitoring
–  Rsyslog
–  logrotate
–  Monit module

Module 14: Virtulization in Cloud Computing
–  Virtualization Concepts
–  Types of Virtualization in Cloud Computing
–  Technologies used for Virtualization in Cloud Computing
–  Advantages of Virtualization in Cloud Computing

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