Linux Training

Linux Training with Michigan Technology Services

Michigan Technology Services offers instructor-led Linux training. The training can take place at our location in Farmington Hills, 20 miles outside of Detroit, onsite at your office anywhere throughout the United States, or if you prefer, instructor led live online.

You have probably noticed that there are several Linux vendors to choose from. The challenge many companies face is not necessarily which Linux vendor to choose, but how to integrate Linux with their Microsoft servers.

Michigan Technology Services offers several types of Linux networking courses at its metro Detroit area location.  We offer advanced Linux networking classes utilizing Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS, and/or SUSE.  If your company requires training on a specific version of Linux, contact us and we will make arrangements for your particular needs.

We also offer a vendor-neutral intro to Linux class – Linux+.

Microsoft has a new Linux System Administration class as part of its new MCSA: Linux on Azure

Linux courses include:

  • MTS–L-120 Linux FundamentalsDesigned to provide the essential skills needed to be proficient at the UNIX or Linux command line, this challenging, highly praised Linux course focuses on the fundamental concepts and tools which make UNIX so powerful.
  • MTS–L-250 Enterprise Linux Systems AdministrationIntended for students already comfortable with working in the UNIX environment, this in-depth course helps students acquire the variety of skills needed to set up and maintain UNIX computers.
  • MTS–L-275 Enterprise Linux Network ServicesStudents further develop their skills as Linux systems administrators by learning how to setup and maintain popular network services.
  • MTS–L-314 Linux TroubleshootingThis course is designed to give the Linux system administrator an in-depth look at common and not so common Linux system problems. This course takes a hands-on approach to troubleshooting with a break-fix philosophy, 25% lecture, and 75% lab intensive content.
  • MTS–L-375 Linux Shell ScriptingDesigned to provide the skills necessary to automate tasks on a Unix or Linux system. Systems Administrators and Developers alike can avoid errors, save time and money by replacing repetitive work patterns with shell scripts. Care has been taken to present the L375 in a format that benefits all students, with or without previous programming experience.
  • MTS–L-615 Linux for UNIX AdministratorsGeared toward the experienced UNIX administrator. Students learn Linux administration skill without covering an overlap of common knowledge.
  • MTS–L-550 Enterprise Linux Security AdministrationThis highly technical course focuses on properly securing machines running the Linux operating systems. A broad range of general security techniques are covered. Advanced security technologies are taught. At the end of the course, students have an excellent understanding of the potential security vulnerabilities - know how to audit existing machines, and how to securely deploy new network services.
  • MTS–L-645 RHEL Clustering and Storage ManagementAn in-depth course that focuses on two key areas, Linux advanced storage administration and high availability (HA) clustering. Storage is integral to many HA clusters so as to make use of clustered storage technologies to enable active/active configurations.
  • Linux+ training topics include:
    • Planning a Linux Implementation
    • Hardware Requirements and Issues
    • Installing Linux
    • Software Management
    • Package Management
    • Users and Security User Administration
    • Linux Networking
    • Managing Files and Services
    • Managing Partitions and Processes
    • Installing, Updating, and Removing Drivers
    • Understanding the Linux Kernel
    • Linux Troubleshooting
  • Microsoft Course 55187A: Linux System Administrationdesigned to provide students with the necessary skills and abilities to work as a professional Linux system administrator. The course covers how to administer, configure and upgrade Linux systems running one of the three major Linux distribution families: Red Hat, SUSE, Debian/Ubuntu, how to master the tools and concepts you’ll need to efficiently build and manage an enterprise Linux infrastructure. It also covers how to use state-of-the-art system administration techniques in real-life scenarios via practical labs. This course prepares the user for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) exam, which is also a required component of the MCSA: Linux on Azure Certification.

For complete Linux course outlines and pricing information contact Michigan Technology Services. 248-489-0408

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