Linux administration skills are essential for managing and maintaining Linux-based servers, which are commonly used in web hosting, cloud computing, and other areas of IT infrastructure. According to a survey by the Linux Foundation, Linux is the dominant operating system for servers, with a market share of over 90%. Linux administrators need to be familiar with various aspects of Linux system administration, including Linux OS installation and configuration, file system management, user and group management, package management, network configuration, web server administration, database administration, and virtualization. The course is also suitable for individuals who want to pursue a career in DevOps.
The tuition fee for the specialty Linux Administration is 1450 AZN.
II, IV and VII day of week (non-working hours)
21 and older
Knowledge of English at least Intermediate level
Availability of a personal laptop or computer
Computer skills: a good understanding of basic computer skills, including using the operating system, file management, and working with applications.
Comprehensive understanding of Linux operating system architecture, including kernel, libraries, system utilities, and the initializer.
Proficiency in Linux OS installation, manual partitioning, LVM, RAID, disk partition management, and mounting disk partitions.
Expertise in managing files and obtaining information in command line mode, understanding different types of file systems, LVM structure, RAID arrays, and I/O streams.
Knowledge of system scheduler cron, monitoring, and logging of events in the system, including event logs and logrotate scripts.
Mastery of working with users and groups, including user and group ID changes, utilities like chown, chmod, umask value, suid, sgid, POSIX ACL extended rights standard, setfacl, getfacl, useradd, groupadd, and usermod.
Competence in OSI and TCP/IP network models, physical and channel levels, IPv4 and IPv6 blocks, reserved addresses, transport, session, presentation, and application levels, network filters, data transfer protocols, and software implementations.
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