LINUX001 (Introduction to Linux Administration)
This course is designed for IT professionals who are new to Linux and require core Linux/UNIX skills. This course focuses on essential administration tasks that will be encountered in the workplace, including installing the Linux operating system, establishing network connectivity, managing users and files, and performing basic troubleshooting and administration tasks.
LINUX002 (Advance Linux Administration)
This course is designed for experienced Linux administrators who require Linux networking administration skills. With a heavy emphasis on practical, hands-on labs. Focus is placed on enhancing automation skills to securely configure, deploy, and manage network and server-side services including Apache, NIS, FTP, SAMBA, and network file sharing (NFS).
LINUX003 (BASH Scripting)
This course teaches effective methods to create and use Shell and Bourne Again SHell (bash) scripts and utilities. Shell scripts are often the key to becoming a productive Linux system administrator. During this course, students will write simple programs that demonstrate their abilities to write shell scripts in the Linux environment.
HPC001 (Introduction to High Performance Computing)
This course introduces fundamental HPC principles and techniques to design and build High Performance Computing Systems (HPC) based on the Linux operating System. It considers all the important components of HPC, such as the high-speed interconnects, the HPC scheduler, Parallel Programming techniques (OpenMP and MPI), HPC monitoring and benchmarking, and HPC latest advancements and technologies.
Small Systems Solutions
offers all Red Hat official courses through partnering with other training centers.