This Unix / Linux basics course is for beginners who want to learn Redhat linux through hands on examples. This course gives you an intro to Linux distributions and how to use redhat linux for everyday use. Those who are preparing for a rhce certification exam or looking for a rhce course that builds their knowledge to become a linux system admin, or a everyday linux user; this is their best choice. Although this course doesn't focus on rhce certification preparation it does equip you with knowledge that will help you pass most of the best linux certifications because we conduct this hands on and provide deep understanding of the concepts to help you on the job, which is more important step after your certification. Most Linux training center would focus on the exam, our training institute focuses on you learning linux step by step to gain skills for life, so that you become a good linux system admin later in your career. Those preparing for Redhat certification also will find this beneficial because we run our training on CentOS linux, which is a redhat linux community distribution.
Our linux training classes particularly this course is for those who want to learn how to use it for everyday work. If you are looking for best linux classes or hands on best linux training institute, you have found the right one.
After this linux course you are ready to learn how to become a Unix System Administrator.
Programmers (C, C++, Java, Python, Perl, Ruby etc) , Automation Experts, System Administrators, Virtualization Administrators (Vmware , Citrix), Database Experts ( Database Developer, DBAs) all need to know Linux / Unix, Testers, Support Personnel (App support).
This is the operating system of choice on mobiles, computers, application and database servers, data centers running in 80% of the worlds data centers.
Today, learning basics of Unix / Linux is not a choice anymore, its required on almost all jobs and employers prefer candidates with knowledge of Linux due to its wide penetration and use in all technology platforms.