Explore the key tips and techniques for maintaining a reliable and highly available Linux server infrastructure and reducing downtime with this interactive course.
Beginning with troubleshooting best practices, you’ll go on to understand the technique of effectively diagnosing and fixing common and complex Linux server configuration and administration issues. From system access troubleshooting through to filesystem troubleshooting, you’ll learn with practical examples and tackle a variety of critical issues. Later, you’ll even get to grips with system recovery. All along, this course will guide you on how to apply your skills in a production environment.
By the end of this course, you will have developed the skills you need to effectively troubleshoot a variety of Linux-related issues.
All code and supporting files for this course are available at - https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Linux-Troubleshooting-Course-with-Real-Life-Examples
Imran Afzal is a systems engineer/manager, entrepreneur, instructor, and a public speaker. He started his career with Time Warner in 2000 as a systems administrator. He was involved in deploying technologies such as DTV, VOD, CableCards, and others. These technologies were built on many Linux distributions. Since then, he has utilized Linux/Unix skills in many Fortune 500 companies.
He has worn many different hats and currently manages a large team of systems engineers, administrators and team leads globally. He has spearheaded projects such as datacenter migration, introduction, and deployment of VMware, monitoring tools implementation, Amazon cloud migration, and many more. He is certified in Linux Systems Management, UNIX Operating Systems, Linux System Administration, System Internals, VMWare Certified Professional, RHCSA, and Windows Server Certified.