Take your Linux sysadmin skills to the next level and keep moving along your LFCS/RHCSA and LFCE/RHCE path. This course introduces you to a deeper level of network and system administration.
Topics include security concepts and architectures, securing networks and services with Linux, and remote access tools and techniques such as OpenSSH.
Looking to boost your knowledge of Linux abilities as a system administrator? This course, LFCE: Advanced Network and System Administration, introduces you to a deeper level of network and system administration. First, you will look at managing system services with systemd. Next, you will dive deep into system and network performance, where you will learn techniques and tools to monitor system performance. Finally, you will jump into how to manage software on your system and in your data center with advanced packages management and wrap up with sharing data among your systems with NFS and Samba. By the end of this course, you'll know how to drive the most value out of your Linux systems by providing advanced network services and keeping your systems online and performing well.
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 Hello everyone, my name is Anthony Nocentino, Enterprise Architect and founder of Centino Systems. Welcome to my course LFCE: Network and Host Security. Have you ever thought about how to secure your Linux systems and the services running on it? In this course, we're going to get you started on your path to doing just that. First up, we're going to cover Linux security concepts and architectures to help you get your head around what threats you need to be concerned about and what techniques you can use to mitigate them. Then, we'll talk about how to secure your hosts and services with tools like iptables and TCP Wrappers, and also building more complex firewall systems with firewalld. And finally, security systems isn't all about denying access to things. We need to be able to provide secure remote access to our systems, and we'll do that with a deep dive into OpenSSH and how to use it for secure access to our systems and also how to securely exchange data between our systems. By the end of this course, you'll know how to configure Linux firewalls and securely access and exchange data between your Linux-based systems. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Linux operating system concepts such as usernames and passwords, but also networking concepts like IP addressing, routing, and TCP-based services. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn Linux security with LFCE: Network and Host Security at Pluralsight.