In this intermediate Docker skills training, Shawn Powers prepares learners to install, use, and manage Dockerized applications in real-world environments. While this Docker skill isn't necessarily mapped to a Docker exam, it's a valuable tool for DevOps professionals looking to grow in their field.
But those are oversimplifications and really comprehending the concepts well enough to pass an exam or use them effectively in the real world requires going a little deeper than that. Here, we're going to help you do just that. We'll review how setuid, setgid, and the sticky bit work and provide a list of common commands to help you get started. Having a strong understanding of these concepts is critical for passing any Linux certification.
The generic certifications (LPI, Linux Foundation, and CompTIA) are a different story. Because they are not dependent on any particular distro, they have a much broader application. As long as you have real world Linux experience, and can prove it to a Linux peer, each of these certs will be viewed positively by employers.
Q: What's one real-world application someone can expect to use, thanks to this courseHonestly, just having the ability to use Linux with comfort and ease is an invaluable real world skill.
CBT Nuggets trainer Jeremy Cioara walks you through the day-to-day realities of configuring and supporting switching. In this follow-up to his IT Expertise: Installing Network Cabling and Devices course, Jeremy continues preparing you with practical instruction designed to meet real-world routing and switching needs.
In this course, trainer Shawn Powers walks you through everything you need to know to master Linux! Shawn takes a practical approach, providing real-world examples of how to apply your open source skills and knowledge.
The exam looks to test your real world skills and knowledge. It tests your ability to solve a problem with a set of tools and information. These skills will serve you well regardless of vendor. 1e1e36bf2d