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Upcoming Course – LFCE: Advanced Linux Networking

I’m pleased to announce that I’m working on a new course for Pluralsight.

The course is titled LFCE: Advanced Linux Networking.

This course targets IT professionals that design and maintain Linux based enterprises. It aligns with the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) objectives and can be used by both the IT pro learning new skills and the senior system administrator preparing for the certification exam. This course will dive deeper into the internals of networking, giving the viewer insight into how things work under the hood in Linux based networks.

The modules of the course are:

  • Network Topology Fundamentals and the OSI Model
  • Internet Protocol – Addressing and Subnetting Fundamentals
  • Internet Protocol – ARP and DNS Fundamentals
  • Internet Protocol – Routing Packets
  • Routing Packets with Linux
  • Investigating TCP Internals
  • Troubleshooting Network Issues – Layer 1 – 3
  • Troubleshooting Network Issues – Layer 4 – 7


The course is projected to be released last July, I’ll keep you posted!

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Anthony Nocentino is the founder of Centino Systems. As an Enterprise Architect he works with clients to find right technology for their business, designing and deploying it, providing expertise on system performance and architecture. Creating well-designed, maintainable SQL Server and Linux based systems that enable clients to collect meaningful data that they can act upon. Anthony has a Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science and is working towards a Ph.D focusing on high performance/low latency data access algorithms on solid state disks. Anthony has a unique blend of academic and professional experience leveraged to help customers solve their hardest IT problems.


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