Linux

RAID Explained

RAID, or a redundant array of independent disks, is a storage solution intended to improve some combination of fault tolerance, storage management, and performance.

Cloud

What is Fault Tolerance?

Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.

Linux

Linux Release Cycles

Linux distributions are often released at predetermined intervals; the process of how a system is released during these intervals are known as the release cycle.

Amazon Web Services

What is High Availability?

Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.

linuxacademy.com

Server Labs – Now in Asia!

As part of our effort to continue to add value for our students, we have launched the ability to use our server lab with lab servers in the Asia region!

Amazon Web Services

New Course: Active Directory and AWS

With a new month upon us, we’re happy to announce our newest AWS course: Active Directory and Amazon Web Services.

Amazon Web Services

Introducing Practice Exams v2.0!

We’d like to take the time to announce an exciting new feature that is now available on LinuxAcademy.com!

Linux

CentOS 7: Upgrading from CentOS 6.x In Place

One of the newest things added to CentOS 7 is the capability to do an in place upgrade of CentOS 6.x to CentOS 7.

Linux

NTFS Partition Repair and Recovery In Linux

Once again we find ourselves in the unenviable position of bailing out one of our Windows friends/family/acquaintances/business associates or other assorted persons.

Linux

Linux Commands For Beginners: SUDO

Sudo, the one command to rule them all.  It stands for “super user do!”  Pronounced like “sue dough” As a Linux system administrator or power user, it’s one of the most important commands in your arsenal.  Have you ever tried to run a command in terminal only to be given “Access Denied?”  Well this is […]