Training in Linux Administration

High Technologies Solutions
In New Delhi

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Description

The Linux operating system is commonly used on Web servers - and many other servers too - to provide the background services on that computer.You will be able to upload and configure web applications,and will be able to do server configuration and maintenances too,installation and administration of the web server software. You will be able to look after a web server within an existing network.
Suitable for: The audience for this course is MCA,BCA,B.Sc(IT),M.Sc(IT),B.Sc,B.Tech or B.E,O Level, A Level.,BA,B.COM. This course is intended for individuals who are employed as or seeking to become an administrator or systems engineer. Some prior knowledge of Linux would be beneficial. Those responsible for the design, support and maintenance of new and existing Linux systems benefit from this course.

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High Technologies Solutions E-1/1, Sector 7, Main Road, Rohini(opp. M2K Cinema), Delhi, India
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High Technologies Solutions 89, Mall Road, 1st & 2nd Floor, Kingsway Camp Near GTB Metro station gate number 1 , Delhi, India
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High Technologies Solutions C-98, Sec-2, 201301, Delhi, India
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High Technologies Solutions 231/1, Sector-1, Shastri Nagar, Delhi, India
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High Technologies Solutions N-22, Kalkaji, 110019, Delhi, India
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Course programme

This course introduces you to the administration of a Linux system that you'll be using as a network server. Topics include user accounts, connecting to the network (including networking fundamentals), starting and stopping services, running regular jobs, installing software and taking backups.
This course is an ideal grounding for you if you're going to be looking after a Linux server on your network.

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