Linux Fundamentals and Shell Scripting for Network Engineers Course includes:
7 Course Modules 24 Video Theory Lessons 14 Video Labs 24 Lesson Handouts (PDFs) 14 Lab Handouts (PDFs) 7 Quizzes (one for each module) Billed Once, Lifetime Access
Complete Course Outline (PDF)
Linux Fundamentals and Shell Scripting for Network Engineers course covers everything you need to know to get started or accelerate your networking career transformation.
This Course is in an easy to follow video-based learning format consisting of 7 modules and 38 videos that you can watch using desktop, laptop or one of your smart devices. All theory lessons and labs come with PDF hand-outs that contain more details. All video modules are in HD format.
This course is intended for YOU, if you’re committed to TRANSFORMING your networking career by learning and embracing Linux and open source ecosystem.
Here are FIVE reasons you need to learn Linux as a Network Engineer.
In this course, following topics are covered in the form of these modules:
Module 1: History of Linux and evolution of Networking industry
Module 2: Linux Shell User interface and Utilities
Module 3: The Linux File system and Text Editors
Module 4: Linux User and File System Management
Module 5: Linux Network Administration
Module 6: Linux Shell Scripting
Module 7: Linux and Network Automation
About the Author:
Afaq Muhammad Khan is a Cisco CCIE #9070. He worked at Cisco Systems San Jose within customer support and technical and product marketing roles. His career includes working at big corporates as well as SF Bay area startups.
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aldo l – April 4, 2018
a compelling argument for the future of networking as more companies are going to a linux, open operating systems…I think all network engineers that want to become more relevant will take this course.. I’m looking forward to finishing and being better for it!
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Arnold P – March 27, 2018
I believe that every network engineer should consider to take this course to stay ‘relevant’ in this new world of network engineering.
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