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  • Jan Adamec, our colleague
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Linux Advanced

Are you ready to take your Linux skills to the next level?
This advanced course is designed for those who already have a basic understanding and want to delve deeper into the complexities of the Linux operating system. Get ready to expand your knowledge and improve your skills through practical exercises and advanced topics.

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Linux fundamentals or completion of a beginner-level Linux course is recommended.
Requirements: Participants should bring their own computers. Please install Windows Terminal if you are using Windows.

Course Agenda:
Day 1: Advanced Troubleshooting and System Management

– Basic Principles of Troubleshooting: Learn advanced troubleshooting techniques, including using `rd.break` and other methods to troubleshoot system issues. Explore system load management, SELinux basics, and network troubleshooting.
– SElinux – Learn about SElinux, how to manage it. And how to troubleshoot it.

Day 2: Advanced Topics in Linux Administration
– Containers: Dive into containerization technology and learn how to work with containers using tools like Docker.
– SFTP (Jail Chrooting): Explore Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) and learn how to implement chroot jails for enhanced security. (if enough time)

By the end of this advanced course, you will have expanded your Linux skills to include advanced troubleshooting techniques, containerization, secure file transfer. Join us as we delve deeper into the world of Linux administration and enhance your expertise in this powerful operating system.

Reviews

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  • /5
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Jakub
Vytasil:
  • 5/5
Training was very entertaining, troubleshooting cases examples were interestin and overall the training was fun :)
Jiří
Černošek:
  • 5/5
It was very informative, I improved my knowledge in a lot of things
Dominik
Čejka:
  • 5/5
It was really good. I liked learning by examples. In my opinion it is much better then to simply listen and write notes. The container part was a bit rushed, but it left me with feeling wanting to know more about them, so that is a good thing. And at last but not least, I really appreciate the lector approach. Always taking care that all attendees are on the same page and troubleshooting any problem that occurred. Kudos!
Jiří
Adamec:
  • 5/5
110% satisfied, very well presented, real issues and problems occurring on servers were troubleshooted. To me every single unix admin should take a part.
Marek
Pniok:
  • 5/5
Great training. Jan was prepared for us with great examples which can happen in production.
Petr
Tuček:
  • 5/5
I appreciate investigation cases, especially SELinux and fork bomb. IMHO Jan put a lot effort to prepare training with high value.
Artur
Iwan:
  • 4/5
Jan is an exceptionally good teacher, the training was remarkably interesting, entertaining, and well-prepared. I enjoyed it a lot. And I'm fairly sure, that it will help me on my current position, especially the parts related to understanding SELinux and Containers. The parts requiring usage of OS console were quite interesting too, but I'm afraid I won't be able to use those on my position. Usually, we only have access to the SSH, not to the console. What I didn't enjoy at all during the training was the OTT-like training room :D Lots of unused hardware and old displays on the tables, no notebook chargers, and mostly no way to connect our notebooks easily. Most of the people were stuck to use only a small notebook's screen during the training. That's so unproductive. Don't we have any better rooms to perform trainings like this? Also, personally I would extend the training from 2 to 3 days, or maybe even split a single "Linux Advanced" training into a few smaller ones (troubleshooting, SELinux, Containers, SFTP, Ansible...)
Lukáš
Till:
  • 5/5
Really perfect training. I was worried if that will be one of the "theoretical" trainings, which can be easily learned from documentation, learning portals, YouTube & ChatGPT. But Jan prepared really intensive "hands-on workshop" with various scenarios from the real life and let us investigate what happened / how to fix that before we really walk-through the fixing in collaborative way (together with his presentation). I can suggest this training not just to the "Server guys", but in general to anyone who's dealing in its own life (e.g. personal one) with any type of device (Linux is now everywhere: Macs, smart devices, TVs, NAS etc.)
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