TL;DR: The Complete 2020 Learn Linux Bundle is on sale for £53.66 as of Oct. 8, saving you 98% on list price.
You can go a long way in your career working in the operating system of your choice – from Windows to macOS. But if you want to work with big servers and navigate the SysAdmin field, you’re going to need to know a different OS: Linux.
Because of its high stability, high security, and open-source environment, Linux is surprisingly used to power up many things — from smartwatches and smart TVs to basically the entire internet. If you’re just getting started, though, it can be pretty tough to navigate the vast number of databases working under the Linux OS name. But the Complete 2020 Learn Linux Bundle is here to help those looking to launch a new career in SysAdmin.
SysAdmin is a system administrator who is responsible for up-keeping, configuring, and operating computer systems – especially multi-user computers, such as servers. Since practically every business over a certain size has its own IT system and networks, SysAdmin experts are almost always in demand.
This 12-course bundle can help you get started with over 100 hours of content on Linux OS, concepts, processes, and more. Even if you’re a total beginner, this course package can get you up to speed quickly. It features an intro course that starts with a description of Linux and its history, then moves on to navigating the graphical user interface and basic operations of the OS.
You’ll quickly move on to understanding the Unix and Linux file system, managing processes, running applications, and even manipulating how they work. You’ll learn to write a simple shell script to streamline your workflow, build and manage an enterprise Linux infrastructure, and even prep for the CompTIA Linux+ exam, which validates your Linux skills in today’s tech environment and is basically the mark of approval when looking for a SysAdmin job.
This training is led by expert instructors from iCollege, which has effectively been educating students online for 17 years. All 12 of these courses would typically cost you over £2,000, but you can get the whole lot for just £53.66.