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New Hands-On Linux Training Courses

 

Kali Linux Deep Dive

with Ermin Kreponic

  • 19.1 Hours of Learning
  • 101 Course Videos
  • 72 Flash Cards

Take a step toward becoming a true white hat hacker in this course. Learn about the nature of hacking and how to find vulnerabilities by going over the source code and reverse engineering existing binaries.

In this Course, you’ll learn about:

  • How the vulnerabilities that are readily available in numerous frameworks — such as Metasploit, BeEF, SET, and many others — are found
  • Anonymity online and attempts to dismantle your preconceived notions
  • How to set up and operate your own anonymizing services
  • The hacker’s state of mind and way of thinking, which is very important, as your behavior and way of thinking can either make you into an easy target or a hardcore cybersecurity specialist no one wants to mess with!

Become a White Hacker in this Course


 

Monitoring Kubernetes with Prometheus

with Travis Thomsen

  • 5 Hours of Learning
  • 24 Course Videos
  • 12 Flash Cards
  • 3 Hands-On Labs

Are you interested in deploying Prometheus to Kubernetes? In this Course, you’ll learn about the basics of Prometheus, which includes its architecture and components, such as exporters, client libraries, and alerting. From there, you’ll learn how to deploy Prometheus to Kubernetes and configure Prometheus to monitor the cluster as well as applications deployed to it. You’ll also learn the basics of PromQL, which includes the syntax, functions, and creating recording rules, and the basics of Alertmanager.

Hands-On Labs in this Course:

  • Configuring Prometheus to Use Service Discovery
  • Creating a Recording Rule
  • Creating Alerting Rules

Sign up for this Course!


 

Linux Operating System Fundamentals

with Kenny Armstrong

  • 1.75 Hours of Learning
  • 14 Course Videos
  • 29 Flash Cards

Have you heard of Linux, but don’t really know anything about it? Are you a non-technical person just wanting to know what this “Linux” thing is? Then this Course is for you. Learn about the history of Linux, the open-source movement, and how this powerful software is used today. Understand its many types of deployments and the various incarnations of a Linux “distribution.”

Enroll today!


Network Subnetting Fundamentals

with Michael Christian

  • 2 Hours of Learning
  • 16 Course Videos
  • 31 Flash Cards
  • 1 Interactive Diagram

Learn the fundamentals of network segmentation, and gain a thorough understanding of subnetting and network masking. Topics covered in this quick course include networking basics and traffic, binary, subnetting calculation, classful networking, and more! This Course comes with an Interactive Diagram, The Subnet Saga, to help you visualize and solidify what you learn.

Get started with Network Subnetting.


System Tooling with Go

with Keith Thompson

  • 5.75 Hours of Learning
  • 24 Course Videos
  • 32 Flash Cards
  • 3 Hands-On Labs
  • 1 Interactive Diagram

Learn enough Go to be able to write your own tools in this course. Beyond the language, you’ll learn how to leverage Go’s robust standard library, third-party packages, and cover how to handle some of the most common tasks when writing tools and scripts.

After completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Read, write, and understand Go code
  • Utilize Go as a primary language for tooling
  • Develop Go projects from start to finish
  • Build cross-platform Go binaries

Hands-On Labs in this Course:

  • Installing and Setting Up Go on Linux
  • Building a Go Command Line Tool
  • Building a Cross-Platform Go Binary

Go learn System Tooling with Go!


Ansible Quick Start

with Stosh Oldham

  • 2.25 Hours of Learning
  • 12 Course Videos
  • 25 Flash Cards
  • 1 Hands-On Lab
  • 1 Interactive Diagram

Ansible is an automation engine that continues to gain popularity. The tool has become a favorite choice for managing IT infrastructure at scale. This Ansible Quick Start Course is designed to get you up and running with the Ansible essentials quickly. You’ll have access to the Ansible Quick Start Cheat Sheet and the Ansible Quick Start Playbooks that are demonstrated in the Course.

Hands-On Lab in this Course:

  • Deploying Ansible

Sign up for this Course.


Git Quick Start

with Stosh Oldham

  • 1.75 Hours of Learning
  • 10 Course Videos
  • 19 Flash Cards
  • 1 Hands-On Lab
  • 1 Interactive Diagram

In the increasingly popular DevOps culture, source control has become a foundational skill for any IT professional. Git is a source control tool developed by none other than the guy who wrote the Linux Kernel himself. It is the source control program of choice for a vast number of IT professionals. This course will help you learn essential Git quickly! Use the accompanying Git Quick Start Cheat Sheet throughout the course to solidify what you learn.

Hands-On Lab in this Course:

  • Essential Source Control with Git

Git started with Git!


 

Docker Quick Start

with Ell Marquez

  • 2 hours of learning
  • 1 hands-on lab
  • 13 flash cards

Although we offer a comprehensive Deep Dive Course on Docker, we know that sometimes you just need a Quick Start on a topic to get started. This course is an update to our Docker Quick Start course. It’s designed to give you just what you need to know to get up and running with Docker. And make sure to try out the hands-on lab to get real-world experience!

Hands-On Lab in This Course

  • Working with Docker Images

Try it out!


 

Kubernetes Essentials

with Will Boyd

  • 4.3 hours of learning
  • 3 hands-on labs
  • 31 flash cards

Kubernetes is a powerful tool. It can help you manage complex applications and provide you with the ability to easily automate tasks involved in managing them. In this course, you’ll explore Kubernetes from a beginner’s standpoint.

After taking this course, you’ll know:

  • What Kubernetes is, what it does, and how it is used
  • How deployments and services can help you easily manage complex applications
  • Some of the basic concepts of Kubernetes
  • How to build a simple Kubernetes cluster using kubeadm
  • And more!

Hands-On Labs in This Course

  • Building a Kubernetes Cluster with Kubeadm
  • Deploying a Simple Service to Kubernetes
  • Deploying a Microservice Application to Kubernetes

Sign up for Kubernetes Essentials.

 


 

Learn Microservices by Doing

with Matthew Pearson

  • 4.5 hours of learning
  • 4 hands-on labs
  • 28 flash cards

Get hands-on experience with installing and administering a complex microservice application in a Kubernetes cluster in this course! Start with an overview of Kubernetes conceptually, and then move on to installing a functioning Kubernetes cluster. Once the cluster has been bootstrapped, you’ll learn how to install a simple microservice, and then install a more complex microservice application you’ll be working with throughout the remainder of the course. Using this microservice application, you’ll work through the various components and features of Kubernetes, like service discovery and autoscaling. Working through this course will give you hands-on experience with the microservice architecture and show you why this method has become one of the most sought after in the IT industry.

Hands-On Labs in This Course

  • Install and Configure a Kubernetes Cluster
  • Installing Microservices on a Kubernetes Cluster
  • Scaling Microservices in a Kubernetes Cluster

Get started!

 


Launch Your First OpenShift Operator

with Treva Williams

  • 4 hours of learning
  • 2 hands-on labs
  • 36 flash cards

OpenShift is a Kubernetes distribution certified by CNCF in 2017, for the enterprise, but it provides so much more than container orchestration. In this course, you’ll walk through the process of spinning up a small dev environment using MiniShift, and then create your own Kubernetes Operator using the newly released OpenShift Operator framework.

Hands-On Labs in This Course

  • Installing the Operator Lifecycle Manager
  • Launch Your First OpenShift Operator

Enroll today!

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