4 Easy Ways to Practice Your Linux Skills

A few times now, a student taking Learning Tree’s Linux server administration course has told me that their Linux experience is rather limited. Specifically, that they took the introductory user course about a year ago and they “haven’t done much since.” Me: “Uh-oh. So, how much have you used the command line since that course?” […]
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Efficient Storage for Linux Virtualization

I was recently helping someone migrate some virtual machines from VMware to Linux. That is, the virtual machines had been running on top of VMware Workstation, which was running as an application on Windows. The plan was to move the VMs to a Linux platform, taking advantage of the KVM (or Kernel Virtual Machine) support […]
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Don’t Fall Behind — Learn About UEFI

I was recently surprised when I found myself CC’ed on a forwarded email from a company marketing itself as a significant provider of cloud computing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (or IaaS). The message, from one of the cloud provider’s engineers to a group mostly comprised of his co-workers, bore what to him had been surprising news: Hey, there's […]
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Software-Defined Networking Runs Large Data Centers

Learning Tree’s new Software Defined Networking course just had its test run, and when the course starts running in January, I think it will be a popular one. Software Defined Networking (or SDN) has been a crucial part of telecommunication carrier networking for years, and now a form of it is moving into the data […]
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