Lets take your Linux sysadmin skills to the next level and get you started on your LFSA/RHCSA and LFCE/RHCE path. This course you'll dive into learning all about internet architecture and HTTP services.
Have you ever thought about how the internet works? And how to set up an Apache web server? In this course, LFCE: Linux Service Management - HTTP Services, you'll be introduced to internet architecture and HTTP services, allowing you to install, configure, and manage HTTP services in Apache. First, you'll learn about the internet's architecture and the domain name system DNS. Next, you'll explore how to install and configure Apache. Then once Apache is installed, you'll discover how to secure it with server certificates and access controls. Finally, you'll learn how to configure Apache logging. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary skills and knowledge to install and configure HTTP services with Apache.
Meet Anthony Nocentino, Enterprise Architect, Founder and President of
Centino Systems, Pluralsight Author, Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Corporate
Problem Solver, and a voracious student of the latest computer science
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Anthony Nocentino, enterprise architect and founder of Centino Systems. Welcome to my course LFCE: Linux Service Management, HTTP Services. Have you ever thought about how the internet works? How do you set up an apache web server? In this course, we're going to get you started on your path to doing just that. First off, we're going to cover the basic internet architecture and how things are found on the internet with the domain name system. Then we'll talk about how to install and configure apache so that you could provide HTTP services and deliver your important content to your clients and users. Next, we'll look at how to increase our web server's security posture using things like digital certificates, HTTPS, and access controls in implementing security services with apache, then we'll wrap it up with troubleshooting and logging in apache. Here we'll look at where apache stores its login information, and how to configure login, and techniques for sifting through all of that data. By the end of this course, you'll know how to install, configure, and secure HTTP services with apache. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Linux operating system concepts like logging in, networking concepts like IP addresses and routing, and also providing TCP based services and firewalling. And finally, an understanding of service management with system d. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn apache and HTTP services together in LFCE: Linux Service Management, HTTP Services.