Linux for Cloud Technicians Essentials (LFS203) + LFCT Exam Bundle

Course code: LFS203BB

This course prepares you to connect to a system and perform critical customization and configuration tasks for cloud and non-cloud instances. You will have the opportunity to manage networking, system services, user account creation and administration, and much more; you will also familiarize yourself with virtualization, containers, and DevOps concepts; and gain important skills, like text file processing, file operations, bash scripting, use of git, troubleshooting, etc., which will come in handy when administering multiple systems in the cloud efficiently.

Obtaining the LFCT certification allows individuals to validate their skills to prospective employers.

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Starting date: Upon request

Type: Self-paced + Exam

Course duration: 365 days

Language: en

Price without VAT: 565 EUR


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Target group

he LFCT is for Linux Power Users, Software Developers, or existing certified candidates (CKA, etc.) who wish to demonstrate their ability to work efficiently in a Linux environment and be more successful at their job. The topics covered in the Linux Cloud Technicians Essentials course are directly aligned with the knowledge domains tested by the Linux Foundation Cloud Technician (LFCT) exam.

Course structure

Chapter 1: Course Introduction
Chapter 2. System Configuration from the Graphical Interface
Chapter 3. Boot Process and System Initialization
Chapter 4: Command-line Operations
Chapter 5: User Accounts and Environment
Chapter 6. Text Operations
Chapter 7. File Operations
Chapter 8. Bash Shell Scripting
Chapter 9. Networking
Chapter 10. Working with Linux Filesystems
Chapter 11. Virtualization Overview
Chapter 12. Containers Overview
Chapter 13. Basic Troubleshooting
Chapter 14. Introduction to Git
Chapter 15. Using Git: An Example
Chapter 16. DevOps and GitOps


Basic knowledge of Linux, including installing Linux and using the command line is helpful, but not required. If you don’t have any Linux experience, we highly recommend the free Introduction to Linux course on edX.

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