With the ever increasing ubiquity of Linux in both the server and embedded markets, The Linux Foundation’s introductory Linux courses and advanced Linux training provide both companies and individuals with a variety of training options to increase their knowledge and use of Linux. We keep our Linux courses vendor-neutral and as the company that employs Linux founder Linus Torvalds, our training has been created with the actual leaders of the Linux development community.
Whether time-to-market or the high performance of Linux are critical to your business, The Linux Foundation’s Linux courses provide a unique return on investment opportunity that will pay for itself many times over. For individuals, the demand for Linux talent is at an all time high. The Linux Foundation’s advanced Linux training provides Linux developers and Linux system administrators with the opportunity to to capitalize on the talent gap.
LFS220 – Linux System Administration
LFS416 – Linux Security
LFS422 – High Availability Linux Architecture
LFS425 – Linux Performance Tuning Crash Course
LFS426 – Linux Performance Tuning
LFS520 – Openstack Cloud Architecture and Deployment
LFS540 – Linux KVM Virtualization
LFS541 – Introduction to Linux KVM Virtualization Crash Course