Microsoft SQL Server on Linux Quick Start
Microsoft SQL Server is the leading relational database management system (RDMS) and is now available on Linux! Let’s take a quick look at how to install and configure SQL Server on Linux, whether we use a traditional computer, containers, or an Azure SQL virtual machine. We’ll show you how to connect to and manage this popular RDMS using various tools that work in our favorite operating system.
Linux Routing Basics
Welcome to the Basics of Network Routing course! Network routing is a process that allows computers to transfer data over networks, including the Internet. This is an introductory course designed to give you a solid foundation in the basics of network routing. We’ll start by discussing IP addressing, which provides logical addresses for sending data. Once we have a good understanding of IP addresses and various types of networks, we will look at the different types of network routing, the protocols that define routing decisions, and the policies used in more advanced network routing. By the end of this course, you will have a clear idea of how network routing works and how network decisions are made.
Linux Networking and Troubleshooting Course
Linux Network and Troubleshooting
This course will provide the prospective student with the basics, tools, methods, and usage examples for configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Linux in a network context. You will work with tools such as NC, ss, tcpdump, Wireshark and others to develop an understanding of network protocols, addressing, routing, and subnets. By the end of this course, the student will feel comfortable working with a wide range of network tools and configurations for managing complex Linux network implementations.
In a growing DevOps culture, version control has become a core skill for any IT professional. Git is a source code management tool developed by none other than the guy who wrote the Linux kernel himself. This is a source code management program for a large number of IT professionals. This course will help you quickly learn Git!
OS core course
During the lessons, training sessions and practical components of this course, the student will gain knowledge of CoreOS. You will go through a local installation and also learn how to use our cloud servers to follow our demos.
System Toolkit with Go Course/Tool System with Go
This course is designed to teach you enough to be able to write your own tools. In addition to the language, you will learn how to use the reliable standard Go library, third-party packages and learn how to deal with some of the most common tasks when writing tools/scripts. By the time you finish this course, you will be able to: Read, write, and understand Go codeUtilize Go as the main language for tools Go project development from start to finish Create cross-platform Go binaries.
So, you heard that the system is a new way to manage services and daemons on a Linux system. Most popular distributions have already accepted it, and now you need to learn how to use it. Follow us while we explore the history of this Linux subsystem and why we have it. You will even learn how to use systems to create your own utility files, and see how much easier it is to use compared to the old initialization system.
NGINX and the LEMP stack
This course will serve as an introduction to the Nginx web server and help identify key differences between Nginx and Apache. Our study will serve as both a tuning exercise and a detailed tuning guide.