- Identify the features of the history of Linux. - Identify the features of Linux. - Identify the features that make it suitable for end users and enterprises. - Identify the business applications of Linux.
Technical managers and professionals who are evaluating whether or not to adopt Linux in their business environment or individuals learning about Linux in preparation for using it.
Kurs 13611 - Linux Technology Overview Part 1: Technical and Business Considerations
This first course in the series provides background knowledge about Linux and explains what factors businesses should consider when determining if they should use it. This course teaches what Linux is, its history, what it can be used for, and the risks and benefits of using it. This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn more about this emerging technology.
ITCAP credits: Not Applicable
CEU credits: 0.40 CEUs
Unit 1: Linux Overview 4 hours
- Identify the features of Linux.
- Identify the features of the most common Linux distributions.
- Identify the characteristics of open source code.
- Identify the link between Linux Torvald and the kernel.
- Identify the reasons for the growing popularity of Linux.
Unit 2: Linux Considerations 4 hours
- Identify the features that make it suitable for end users and enterprises.
- Identify the business applications of Linux.
- Identify the technological advantages of Linux.
- Identify the job roles that Linux facilitates.
- Identify the standardization efforts for Linux applications.
- Identify the cost and support features of Linux.
- Identify ways in which Linux is compatible with other operating systems.
- Identify the features and user issues involved in Linux training.
- Identify Linux hardware requirements.
Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.