Server Training
  • Ubuntu Server Administration   ( 12 Articles )
    The Ubuntu server administration course will follow Debian style servers with a focus on Ubuntu.  The Ubuntu philosophy is built on a popular desktop and cutting edge technology. The CentOS server administration course will follow the basis of a Red Hat server management as CentOS is built on the source code from the Enterprise Server.  CentOS is built on the philosophy of stability and security.
  • Server Administration   ( 17 Articles )
    We've included server administration resources to share information about topics like LPI study materials, Linux training, trouble tickets, server courses, live classes, documentation and more.
  • Logical Volume Management   ( 8 Articles )
    Logical Volume Management allows you to create volumes that you may resize, add drives to and use mirroring or striping. This method of allocating space  is more flexible than conventional partitioning methods.
  • Server Management   ( 32 Articles )

    Linux servers like all other aspects of computers need to be managed.  Server are critical to a company's future as that is where data is stored for the internal users and servers provide services for users outside of the internal network.  This category will show you how to manage a Linux Server from the building of a server to the maintenance of that server. 

  • Web Server   ( 7 Articles )
    The Linux Web Server is the foundation for providing web access to the majority of the Internet.  Most websites operate on Linux web servers. Currently, Apache is the web server of choice for about 60% of all web servers.
  • Mail Server   ( 14 Articles )
    There are several major mail servers that are important in Linux.  Sendmail is a standard that has been around a long time.  Postfix, which was written with security and speed as a focus, has moved into a position of prominence in many Linux distributions.  Exim and QMail are also alternatives that are available.
  • FTP Server   ( 16 Articles )
    FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. FTP Servers allow people to login and transfer files to and from a Linux Sever. FTP allows users to make changes from anywhere.
  • Proxy Server   ( 6 Articles )
    Here we have proxy-related articles including the Squid Proxy Server which can be used in many ways to provide speed increases, security and flexibility for internal networks as well as web servers.
  • DNS Server   ( 1 Article )
    A DNS server or Domain Name System server, basically translate locations into human recognizable names like "". Without this service users would navigate to Ip addresses.
  • Linux Terminal Server   ( 7 Articles )
    LTSP or Linux Terminal Server Project provides a way to create a network based on diskless computers. LTSP allows multiple people to use the same computer simultaneously. Linux applications run on the server with a terminal known as a thin client.
  • Virtualization   ( 1 Article )
  • Nagios   ( 9 Articles )