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CERTIFICATES

Linux Administrator
State of the Industry

In the revolution of Information Technology, Linux is now playing a critical role in almost every criteria of IT field. Learning Linux is essential as almost all employers demanding Linux knowledge to support their business services running on Linux Servers. This course is a gateway in preparing an individual to perform as an IT System administrator, candidate’s ability to maintain and troubleshoot network and cloud services based on Linux.

At the end of course, student will have an understanding of Linux that will be help in applying their knowledge in various fields like Data Centers, Desktop computers, Mainframe Computers or Cloud Computing.

Flexible Schedule

Mornings | Evenings | Weekends

Who Should Apply

Students who are aspiring to become a Linux administrator

Seasoned professionals who would like to upskill themselves in their networking career

Eligibility and Requirements

- Anyone who could operate a basic computer

Abilities acquired after course completion

Installing Virtual box and CentOS Linux Distribution, GUI

Using file system commands

Editing files with Vi file editor, process management using Top & PS commands

Creating users, groups and setting passwords

Managing file permission ownership

Managing daemons, services and masking/unmasking

Portioning disk using various commands and LVM

Installing and managing software, backup

Compressing files with tar, gzip and bzip

Remote logging using SSH and Putty

Installing and configuring web and Samba server

Linux Administrator

  • Linux History
  • Distributions & file system
  • Creating a Linux VM
  • Downloading & installing CentOS7 & GUI
  • Linux command line & basic file system commands
  • Listing, moving, copying, removing files & directories
  • Searching, sorting, replacing text in files
  • ​Creating, editing files with Vi
  • Understanding & listing processes
  • Killing & renicing background & foreground processes
  • ​Creating, configuring user accounts, groups
  • Understanding user, group config files & permissions
  • Managing file, directory permissions & ownership
  • ​Initializing daemon
  • Starting & stopping services
  • Enabling, masking/unmasking persistent services
  • Creating & running scripts
  • ​Disk storage & file system
  • Partition management & maintenance
  • Creating, mounting file systems
  • Installing, removing packages using RPM, Yum
  • Backup restore data using Tar command
  • Network backups with rsync, scp
  • ​Managing remote access with secure shell access
  • Understanding & configuring networking services
  • Securing shell & configuring firewall
  • Install & configure Webserver
  • Install & configure Samba server

SKILLS ACQUIRED

CERTIFICATION EXAMS

You shall receive a certification of completion from MCIT towards the end of this course.

MCIT certified Linux Administrator course.

TOP REASON
TO JOIN MCIT

  • Taught by Industry Experts as instructors
  • Discount on Certification Program
  • Eligible to claim tax credit up to 25% of course fees
  • 24*7 Lab Virtual Desktop access
  • Evening and Weekend schedule
  • Vendor Authorized Training

INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT

COMMUNITY TESTIMONIAL

The Instructor led knowledge dissemination is effective owing to the micro-strength of the class rooms and its personalized approach to learning.

Amentor Messanvi — STQA Student
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Montreal College
of Information Technology

Collège des TI de Montréal

110-1255 Robert-Bourassa Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec H3B 3V8

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