This course provides an overview of the introductory topics for basic networking and is designed to teach you how computer networks work, from a small local area network through to the wider internet.
We delve into the purpose of Networks and how we can benefit from networking technologies.
This course will cover network address structures of IPv4 and IPv6, and common hardware like switches, routers, & cabling.
We also take look at other essential parts that make networks work including the OSI model, common network services, wireless networks, and more.
Why Learn Linux? Did you know that Linux powers 95% of the world's Top 1 million websites? Did you know that Linux is running on 80% of all smartphones in the world today?
If you’re wondering why you might want to learn how to operate and manage a Linux System, just take a look at some of the jobs and careers which depend on having some working knowledge of a Linux system:
Systems Administrators: Cloud, Database (DBA), DevOps, IT/ Technical Support, Mobile Application Support, NOC Operator, Big Data, LAMP.
Systems Engineers: Cloud Architect, Microsoft Systems Administrator, Networking Engineer, Data Analyst, Cyber Security Analyst.