Learn how to develop for and bring applications to the Linux environment. Get up to speed quickly with the necessary tools for Linux application development and learn about special features offered by Linux.
With the Linux server market poised to reach $50 billion dollars in three years and the explosion of the embedded market, well-trained Linux developers and Linux system administrators are in high demand.
The Linux Foundation is meeting this demand with a Linux Training program that is vendor-neutral, technically advanced and created with the actual leaders of the Linux development community. With online Linux training, classroom Linux training and on-site Linux training course offerings, The Linux Foundation courses can keep you and your developers ahead of the curve on Linux essentials.
The Linux Foundation is also now offering its Introduction to Linux course (LFS101) for free as a Massive Open Online Course with EdX. For more information and to register, visit the EdX website.
Linux is exploding, and the demand for Linux developers has never been stronger. This course will introduce you to the world of Linux development and give you the background and training you need to start working with Linux. If you’ve been thinking about getting into Linux development, this is the best place to start!
This course teaches you to optimize your system’s performance by acquiring useful performance metrics from the hardware, tracing applications and the Linux kernel, and tuning various aspects of the system, including both hardware and kernel settings.and optimizations.
This two day course is a condensed and intensive version of our soon to be offered full four-day class.
SDN (Software Defined Networking) abstracts networking infrastructure away from the actual physical equipment. This allows network system administrators to maintain the networking environment across mulitple vendors and hardware, and operating systems and versions.
OpenDaylight is an open networking platform that enables SDN and constructs a solid foundation for NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) for all network sizes.
Learn the methods and internal infrastructure of the Linux kernel, focussing on the important tools used for debugging and monitoring the kernel, and how security features are implemented and controlled.
Learn how to write Linux device drivers, about the specifics of different types of devices and drivers, and learn the appropriate APIs and methods through which devices interface with the kernel.
This course is designed to show experienced programmers how to develop device drivers for embedded Linux systems, and give them a basic understanding and familiarity with the Linux kernel.
Security is always a concern, and with major security holes like Shellshock and Heartbleed being announced regularly, it’s more critical than ever to secure the data you are liable for. This course will walk you through the many risks and threats that exist, show you how to use best practices and other open-source tools to mitigate or counteract those threats, and teach you what you need to know to detect and recover from those attacks that do happen.
Get advanced Linux training on the key steps to developing an embedded Linux product. Gain real world experience through extensive hands-on practice with target devices.
Learn the basic methods and internal infrastructure of the Linux kernel, grasping both the theoretical and practical underpinnings.