New Pluralsight Course – LFCE: Linux Service Management – Advanced HTTP Services

My new course “LFCE: Linux Service Management – Advanced HTTP Services” in now available on Pluralsight here! If you want to learn about the course, check out the trailer here or if you want to dive right in check it out here! This course offers practical tips from my experiences building high performance web infrastructure for Centino Systems clients.

This course targets IT professionals that design and maintain RHEL/CentOS based enterprises. It aligns with the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) and Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) and also Redhat’s RHCSA and RHCE certifications. The course can be used by both the IT pro learning new skills and the senior system administrator preparing for the certification exam

Let’s take your LINUX sysadmin skills to the next level and get you started on your LFCS/LFCE learning path.

The modules of the course are:

  • Building Scalable Internet Architectures – Overview of core techniques to ensure your website can perform as scale
  • Installing and Configuring Squid Proxy Server – Let’s use Squid to help accelerate our clients web access and provide a better client experience
  • Configuring Advanced HTTP Services: Apache Modules – Overview of using Apache Modules to provide additional functionality to your web site
  • Configuring Proxying and Caching for HTTP Services – A close look at one of the core building blocks of a high performance website, the reverse proxy

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Check out the course at Pluralsight!

2 thoughts on “New Pluralsight Course – LFCE: Linux Service Management – Advanced HTTP Services

  1. Peter Campbell

    HI, I used your courses to help prepare and pass the LFCS and now I am preparing for the LFCE. I have a concern about the updated domains and competencies for the LFCE which go into effect on March 20, 2018. Will the current courses that you have on Pluralsight cover the Domains and Competencies updates or will you be updating them? Any advice you have would be appreciated. Thanks!

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