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My Current Training Courses on Pluralsight!

Here’s a run down of the Linux training that I have available on Pluralsight!

Just getting started! 

Understanding and Using Essential Tools for Enterprise Linux 7 – If you heard what Linux is and want to get started this is the place to be. We’ll cover installation, command line basics, the file system, text editors and more! This is my most popular course.

SQL Server on Linux Administration Fundamentals – SQL Server is available for Linux and Docker! This course is targeted towards both the SQL Server DBA and the Linux professional to get you started using SQL Server on Linux. We cover architecture, administration basics, Tools and backup and recovery!

Provisioning Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines – Need to deploy a VM in the cloud, start here! We cover the basics of getting started and walk through how to deploy VMs both in the portal and at the command line. We also cover Azure Disk storage and building custom virtual machine images for consistent repeatable deployments. 

Deeper cuts!

Once you’ve mastered the basics let’s move you along in your Linux journey and get your ready to run your applications and servers in production! 

LFCE: Advanced Network and System Administration – If you’re going to run Linux in production, you should watch this course. We cover managing services, system performance, package management and sharing files with Samba and NFS. A must see. This is my second most popular course.

LFCE: Advanced Linux Networking – Tired of the network team saying “I can ping it” if so, watch this course. We’ll learn about the OSI model, addressing and subnets, ARP and DNS, how routing works, TCP internals and my network troubleshooting model!

LFCE: Network and Host Security – Speaking of production ready, this course is a must. We cover security concepts and architecture, Linux firewalls including iptables and firewalld, we also cover remote access with SSH and also cover how to reach applications behind firewalls wiht tunneling services through SSH.  

For the those with services on the internet!

LFCE: Linux Service Management – HTTP Services – Need to set up a web server, watch this course and learn how. We’ll cover Apache’s architecture, how DNS works, installation and configuration, implementing Apache security features and troubleshooting and logging.

LFCE: Linux Service Management – Advanced HTTP Services – Once you have that web server up an online, learn how to really build scalable internet architecture with this course! We cover proxy and caching techniques and also a deep dive into Apache Modules.

LFCE: Linux Service Management – Advanced Email Services – If you’re a consulting customer of mine and you ask me to build you an email server I’m going to tell you to give me your credit card because we’re going to buy a cloud based solution for that. But for those of you who need to know how to build SMTP based mail environments this is your course! We’ll cover installation and configuration of Postfix as a mail server, we cover relay services and how to access your mail server securely.

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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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