Linux and Private Cloud Administration on IBM Power Systems Specialization
This specialization introduces Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration and private cloud capabilities of IBM Systems. IBM Power servers will be used to demonstrate these concepts. Through three courses, you will learn a range of concepts from how to get started with Linux, to using Linux in a large private cloud environment with OpenStack-based products such as IBM PowerVC. Brought to you by IBM!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Access the command line.
- Manage files from the command line.
- Manage local Linux users and groups.
- Monitor and manage Linux processes.
IBM PowerVC, an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) enabling software, provides a self-service cloud console for managing IBM Power Systems. It is built on OpenStack. OpenStack is a collection of open-source software projects that enterprises can use to run their own private cloud infrastructure.
This course introduces administrative tasks that a system administrator can perform with Linux hosted on IBM Power servers. This includes virtualization concepts such as logical partitioning, installation of Linux, command-line operations, and more interesting administration and device management tasks.
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