Every day we use the internet, either to search for information or to entertain ourselves by visiting websites or using mobile applications.
We download content as text, images, audio or video in seconds, but we never stop to think what happens behind.
Surely you have heard the term "the cloud" referring to the fact that all the information is stored somewhere "out there" and only accessible through communication networks.
The "cloud" is nothing more than servers connected to 24 hours on the internet, incidentally, a server is a computer, but with dedicated resources to store information and share it with the rest of the world.
These servers have special software to store the information, for example, The servers that host web pages have the programming languages that run those pages installed, in addition to other systems that allow access to them.
Between servers, Linux is the most used operating system thanks to the great advantages it has (it's mostly free, unlike Windows Server) and therefore offers many high-level features.
Learning to use and manage server-oriented Linux is a highly required skill today. Either you just want to learn how to manage your hosting or you want to specialize more in this field, the next course is for you:
UBUNTU Linux server
Get the skills you need to search for an entry-level position
Who is this course for?
- this course is the perfect basic training for administrative work, help desk staff and anyone who wants to improve their computer networking experience.
- Oracle and Windows Virtual Box 10
What you will learn
- Get the skills you need to search for an entry-level position
This course is free thanks to a coupon that you can find below.
Take into account that these types of coupons last for a very short time.
If the coupon has already expired you can purchase the course with a great discount.
The estimated coupon end date is for the day 4 of April, but it can beat at any time.
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