$ 13.00
for this course only
Course Description

CentOS 7 is the brand new version of the CentOS Linux system. It is one of the most widely-used operating systems, being the choice of many organizations across the globe. Its consistent, manageable platform suits a variety of deployments. Being a predictable base to build upon, it covers extensive resources to build, test, release and maintain their code.

In this course, you’ll set up a complete training laboratory using virtualization and see the possibilities with CentOS 7. You’ll start by learning how to install CentOS 7, see the benefits of it, download and confirm checksum on Windows or OS X, run a net installation over HTTP, and troubleshoot the system.

Then you’ll learn how to set up a full-blown Virtual box Training lab. You’ll learn to install and adjust machines to make them communicate and see how to reset the machine. Next, you’ll configure the system learning static network connection.

Moving on, we’ll walk through managing the system and managing packages with Yum. You’ll then troubleshoot, configure, synchronize, and install packages and create repositories and packages. Finally, you’ll deep dive into administering the file system, where you’ll learn to create a virtual block, format, maintain, and extend the capacity of the filesystem.

About The Author

Oliver Pelz has more than 10 years' experience as a software developer and system administrator. He graduated with a diploma degree in bioinformatics and is currently working at the German Cancer Research center in Heidelberg, where he has authored and co-authored several scientific publications in the field of Bioinformatics. As well as developing web applications and biological databases for his department and scientists all over the world, he administers a division-wide Linux-based datacenter and has set up two high-performance CentOS clusters for the analysis of high-throughput microscope and genome sequencing data. He loves writing code and riding his mountain bike in the Black Forest of Germany and has been an absolute Linux and open source enthusiast for many years. He has contributed to several open-source projects in the past and also worked as a reviewer on the CentOS High Performance book, Packt Publishing.

Course Details
en
en
Packt Publishing
Self-paced
Intermediate
4 hours
Udemy
$ 13.00
for this course only
Course Details
en
en
Packt Publishing
Self-paced
Intermediate
4 hours
Course Description

CentOS 7 is the brand new version of the CentOS Linux system. It is one of the most widely-used operating systems, being the choice of many organizations across the globe. Its consistent, manageable platform suits a variety of deployments. Being a predictable base to build upon, it covers extensive resources to build, test, release and maintain their code.

In this course, you’ll set up a complete training laboratory using virtualization and see the possibilities with CentOS 7. You’ll start by learning how to install CentOS 7, see the benefits of it, download and confirm checksum on Windows or OS X, run a net installation over HTTP, and troubleshoot the system.

Then you’ll learn how to set up a full-blown Virtual box Training lab. You’ll learn to install and adjust machines to make them communicate and see how to reset the machine. Next, you’ll configure the system learning static network connection.

Moving on, we’ll walk through managing the system and managing packages with Yum. You’ll then troubleshoot, configure, synchronize, and install packages and create repositories and packages. Finally, you’ll deep dive into administering the file system, where you’ll learn to create a virtual block, format, maintain, and extend the capacity of the filesystem.

About The Author

Oliver Pelz has more than 10 years' experience as a software developer and system administrator. He graduated with a diploma degree in bioinformatics and is currently working at the German Cancer Research center in Heidelberg, where he has authored and co-authored several scientific publications in the field of Bioinformatics. As well as developing web applications and biological databases for his department and scientists all over the world, he administers a division-wide Linux-based datacenter and has set up two high-performance CentOS clusters for the analysis of high-throughput microscope and genome sequencing data. He loves writing code and riding his mountain bike in the Black Forest of Germany and has been an absolute Linux and open source enthusiast for many years. He has contributed to several open-source projects in the past and also worked as a reviewer on the CentOS High Performance book, Packt Publishing.