Linux Server

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Linux Server Course Detail
Course Level: Beginner to Advanced
Course Duration: 4 Months | 8 Months
Training Days: Monday to Friday
Training Time: 4 hours / Day | Regular Office Time
Course Mode: IN-class (Offline) at our premises
Course Type: JOB oriented training
Course Start On: On Registration | Admission
Class Size: 1 to 1 | No Groups| No Batch


  • Considering is your last training: We assure for knowledge, so once your get job then your training will end.
  • Know your skills:Choose/Suggested a technology what you can do best.
  • Authenticate your skills: Entire course is on industrial practice so awarded with experience latter on placement.
  • Be highest paid fresher:We invented a unique model to get the job with highest starting salary, if you get good offer then US, you can join to them.
  • We don’t bind your ability: No specific course content, learn as much as you can, beyond the topics it helps to become logically sound.




IT Asset management

LAN , WAN and WIFI Networks

Router and switch configuration

Understanding of IP, Protocols

Network Hardware and its Configuration

Internet connectivity

Cables and connections

Understand of computer Hardware

Installation of various hardwares

Finding issues related to hardware

Installation of Drivers

Resolving issues

Updates and upgrades firmware and software

Installation of Softwares

Development and programming related softwares

Software updates and its versions

Understanding Linux Command line

Logical and complex Commands

Installation of linux OS and Server OS

Installation of Packages

Libraries and the dependencies

Configuring Linux Yum Server

Understanding the Yum repository Server-Client system

Linux Services, the important system files

Utilities, Directories

Remote access and permissions

Putty and SSH commands

Learning about SystemD

Linux-specific system and service manager

Linux user management

Groups, Attributes

File permissions, Granting permission

Setting user and group disk space quotas

Linux file system quotas

Managing the Linux File System

Understanding the Logical Volume Management

Allocating disks, Stripping, Mirroring, Resizing

Deploying LVM for setting hard disks

Understanding the concept of RAID data storage virtualization

Linux Kernel with RAID Support

Implementing the software RAID in Linux

Server Configuration in Linux

FTP/SFTP, the HTTP Server/Client Systems configuration

Understanding the Samba Open Source tool

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

Configuring the Samba Server and SMTP with Linux

Understanding the basics of firewall in Linux

Overview Of SOFOS Firewall

Deploying the firewall

Iptables in Linux

Testing the firewall rules

Understanding how to configure databases in Linux

Working with MySQL database

Working with MariaDB database

Learning about the various control panels

Various uses and applications in various service

Deploying of control panels to manage the Linux servers

Understanding of Software development lifecycle

Overview of AWS (Amazon Web Services)

Understanding of Devops

What is GitHub?

Setting Up a GitHub Account

Installing Git

Setting Up a Text Editor

Exploring a GitHub Repository

User Accounts vs. Organization Accounts

Understanding the GitHub Flow

Branching with Git

Local Git Configuration

Working Locally with Git

Collaborating on Code

Editing Files on GitHub

Merging Pull Requests

Viewing Local Project Local History

Streamlining Workflow with Aliases

Resolving Merge Conflicts

Workflow Review

Protected Branches

Code Owners

Git Bisect

Reverting Commits

Helpful Git Commands

Viewing Local Changes

Tags and Releases

Workflow Discussion

What is a sprint and sprint planning?

How to do spring planning on GitHub

Practice and conclusion

Working on problems, task, Define ideas to resolve

Start working, Explore Troubleshooting methods

Get help from Google to find right Solutions

Complete task on timeline, make better plannings to achieve

We have Internship / project training for you with unique practical based learning thats make you Industry ready. Step in as Intern and step out as professional. First learn how industry works and its standards. Then complete your project Under experienced Developer’s guidance for practical industry exposure

Make a plan about how we can achieve our goal with deadline

Discussed & finalise Project definition

Clear with Basic Network, CCNA, CCNP and software Concepts

Define difficulties and solutions for projects

Research computer OS like linux, Mac OS, Windows problems and solutions


No limits on learning, no limits on duration, no limits on salary, no limits on interviews, learn as much as you can & get ready for your first job.


  • 4 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (04 hours / Day)

  • Only practical based training

  • Individual 1 to 1 training

  • Professional developers as trainer

  • Stipend provide based on performance

  • Confirmed job – on-job training program


  • 8 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (Regular office time)

  • Live & Direct work with team.

  • Stipend during training, Attractive salary offer.

  • +Unlimited placement, Dual job opportunity.

  • Get your first job offer on the day of joining.

  • IN as fresher OUT as experienced professional developer


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