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PIC-2: Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide, 2nd Edition

PIC-2: Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide, 2nd Edition

by Christine Bresnahan
768 Pages · 2016 · 14.8 MB · 1,591 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Practical LPIC-1 Linux Certification Study Guide
by David Clinton
187 Pages · 2016 · 5.3 MB · 4,908 Downloads · New!
Practical LXC and LXD
by Senthil Kumaran S.
159 Pages · 2017 · 3.1 MB · 4,410 Downloads · New!
CompTIA Linux+ Practice Tests, 2nd Edition
by Steve Suehring
432 Pages · 2019 · 5.3 MB · 2,060 Downloads · New!
The best practice test preparation for the foundational CompTIA Linux+ certification exam
Hacking with Kali Linux
by Mark Coding
127 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 20 Downloads · New!
The “Hacking with Kali Linux: Master Ethical Hacking and Improve Cybersecurity with a Beginner’s Guide. Step-by-Step Tools and Methods Including Basic Security Testing, Penetration Testing with Kali Linux” is a great resource for the beginner hacker. Mark Coding is the author of this enlightening book. This book gives useful information and tips on hacking. This book takes the reader from very first beginning steps in installing Kali to learning the basics of working the way into a network and taking control of a Linux environment. This book will help you to learn how to work with a VPN to completing our own penetration test and network scan and this system is going to help keep you as safe and secure as possible. Furthermore, Linux for Hackers is a beginner’s overview of the Linux hacking operating system distribution and how to use the number of tools that come pre-installed in the hacking distributions. To sum it up, Hacking with Kali Linux is a necessary book for all the beginner hackers.
Learn Azure Administration
by Kamil Mrzygłod
452 Pages · 2020 · 16 MB · 13 Downloads · New!
Learn Azure Administration is the network disaster, recovery administration, and UNIX administration book that contains essential tips for cloud networking. Kamil Mrzygłod is the guy behind this fascinating book. He is a skilled architect and software developer. Kamil focus to offers flexible, fast, and reliable cloud solutions that are actually based on the Microsoft Azure Platform. He delivers his lectures on multi-platforms in front of the people. Kamil is linked with MVP for the last several years and he stuns everyone with his performance. His goal is to make it possible that everyone can access cloud computing in the entire world. It is an essential book for system administration, cloud administration, and cloud computing students. This book teaches people about different Azure services with the addition of generating a correlation between them. Discover the various techniques to integrate and secure Azure components. What is the best way to customize logging and monitoring solutions? Improve your Azure administration by getting a command on cost management, security, networking, and automation. What are the different patterns of administration that are used by different cloud architectures? Find out the useful ways of managing, automating, and administrating Azure in a wonderful way.
Network Automation Cookbook
by Karim Okasha
482 Pages · 2015 · 21 MB · 4 Downloads · New!
The “Network Automation Cookbook: Proven and actionable recipes to automate and manage network devices using Ansible” is a great book that reveals how to build a network infrastructure that can be easily managed and updated. Network Automation Cookbook is written by the author Karim Okasha. Karim is a network consultant with over 15 years of experience in the ICT industry. He is specialized in the design and operation of large telecom and service provider networks and also has lots of experience in network automation. Network Automation Cookbook will help the readers to gain hands-on experience in automating enterprise networks. With the help of this book, you will know how to build network infrastructure and how to manage it as a large number of devices. Additionally, Karim guides the readers on how to automate networks on public cloud providers like Google Cloud Platform, AWS, and Azure. You will learn how to use NetBox to build network inventory and integrate it with Ansible. To be honest, this book will guide the readers step by step about network automating, so it will engage the readers from start to end of the page. In summary, Network Automation Cookbook is a must-read book for networking students.