Linux for Cloud & DevOps Engineers

Linux basics about files, directories, installations, networking, system configuration, user management etc...

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Course Overview

As you all know in the current IT market Linux is a prerequisite to learn most of the trending technologies. IT industry also use Linux as the base Operating System in many cases. Hence this course helps you to understand how Linux works from basics. Once you complete this course, you will fulfil your regular tasks on the Linux server. On completing this course, you can easily start learning most of the trending technologies like AWS, Azure, GCP, DevOps, Python, BigData, DataScience, etc.. 

What are the requirements?

  • • Basic computer knowledge

What am I going to get from this course?

  • •You'll be able to fulfil regular tasks on Linux environment
  • • You'll learn most of the commands which are needed for Cloud & DevOps journey

What is the target audience?

  • • Any IT professional who wants to learn Linux basics quickly
  • • People who don't know why to start their DevOps journey.

About the Author

I am a DevOps Consultant specialized in cloud and DevOps. I have been doing training for past 4 years for hundreds of students. I worked with various technologies and continue to upgrade skills according to the current IT trend. I am passionate about learning new technology and teaching. I do a lot of research before preparing the course and try to demonstrate from basics.

Course Curriculum

Introduction
7 Video Lectures | 00:30:39

  • Introduction
    01:52
     
  • What is Operating System
    03:58
     
  • Create an AWS account
    05:40
     
  • Create a Linux EC2 Instance
    05:37
     
  • Connect to Linux system using Mobaxterm from Windows
    03:38
     
  • Connect to Linux system from MAC
    02:24
     
  • Linux Filesystem Hierarchy
    07:30
     

Files and Directories
6 Video Lectures | 00:42:40

  • Basic Linux Commands
    04:53
     
  • Read a File
    06:14
     
  • Create a File
    09:57
     
  • Edit or Append Content to a File
    08:17
     
  • Create Directories
    04:49
     
  • Remove FIles and Directories
    08:30
     

Manage Files and Directories
6 Video Lectures | 00:37:37

  • Copy Files or Directories - Commands: cp
    05:40
     
  • Move or Rename a File
    02:27
     
  • Change Directory - Command: cd
    05:58
     
  • How to Search a File - Commands: find, diff and file
    05:14
     
  • Search a word in a file - Command: grep
    09:08
     
  • Replace a Word in a File - Commands: sed
    09:10
     

User Management
6 Video Lectures | 00:41:22

  • Creating And Managing a User - Command useradd
    07:51
     
  • Login as a User onto EC2 Instance
    03:49
     
  • ls Command Explained
    11:40
     
  • File Permissions
    03:51
     
  • Changing Permissions - Commands: chmod
    09:45
     
  • Changing Ownership - Commands: chown, file
    04:26
     

System Management
1 Video Lectures | 00:07:57

  • Gather System Information - Commands: free, cpuinfo, uname etc..
    07:57
     

Software Management
2 Video Lectures | 00:09:25

  • Installing Packages - Commands : yum [install, remove]
    06:01
     
  • Updating and getting info about pacakges - Commands: yum [update, list, info]
    03:24
     

Networking
2 Video Lectures | 00:14:23

  • Collect Network info - Commands: hostname, ping, wget, ifconfig, curl
    08:41
     
  • Telnet explained
    05:42
     

Services
2 Video Lectures | 00:14:49

  • Services - Commands: service [status, start, stop]
    07:23
     
  • Services - commands chkconfig, systemctl
    07:26
     

Process Management
1 Video Lectures | 00:10:56

  • Process Management - Commands: ps, fg, bg, top
    10:56
     

Other Topics
4 Video Lectures | 00:43:27

  • Archiving files and directories - Commands: gzip, gunzip, zip, unzip, tar
    08:29
     
  • Crontab Explained
    09:11
     
  • Softlink and Hardlink - Commands: ln
    10:06
     
  • Copy files from Windows to Linux - Commands: scp
    15:41
     

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