Here is a selection of the trainings we can provide.
Our Icinga training are designed to help you learn Icinga2. The courses available start from the basics and teach best practices on how to setup and configure Icinga2. It can go into more details on how to install monitoring in your specific environment. The courses are the official Icinga training courses. We also provide customized courses based upon knowledge from the developers. With our Icinga advanced trainings, you will have the knowledge and customized information about Icinga.
Ansible is a configuration management, orchestration management tool. The training will explain you how to use Ansible and setup an inventory to use Ansible with. By the end of the introduction course of Ansible v2 course, you will be to use Ansible as a configuration and orchestration tool. It can go into more details and can be customized to your specific configuration environment. Ansible AWX is an web based push button playbook deployment layer on top of Ansible.
Foreman is a complete lifecycle management tool for physical and virtual servers. We give system administrators the power to easily automate repetitive tasks, quickly deploy applications, and proactively manage servers, on-premise or in the cloud. – Foreman Project Website The Foreman is a nice visual management tool to manage your IT infrastructure. It provides PXE booting, installation, repository management, reporting and many more features. Foreman Introduction Training This training focusses on installing The Foreman Project, configuring, setup Smart Proxy and all sub components.
The git training is on how to use git, however it goes into how source management can bs used in general. Git Basic Training This Git training is about how to use git. It goes into detail about the usage, best practices, the commands. The training explains how to use source control management . Beyond Git Training Git is more than just a source control system, it can be used to create a complete tooling and pipeline.
This is a challenging course that focuses on the concepts of Linux. Beginners Beginners develop a solid foundation in Linux Students gain proficiency using the command line. They learn to use the basic Linux commands and file manipulation. A selection of basic tools will be explained. Advanced Advanced topics go more into details for students that have a basic Linux knowledge. They learn to use the more advanced Linux commands and filesystem features.
DNS is the Domain Name Service, the telephone book of the internet. The need to remember IP numbers is difficult, so DMS was creeated. While some may say that everything is a DNS problems, these problems can be solved. Basic DNS Training The training goes over the different DNS servers and how to set them up. Then the structure of zone files and the different records that can be used.
This training will start with the basic concepts of Golang and will progress to more advanced topics. Golang Basic Programming This training is for participants that have no programming background and goes through all the basic programming paradigms. The course then continues with basic Golang skills to combine theory with practice and to provide participants with real understanding of the theory. Golang Standard Programming This training is for participants with already a background in programming languages, who want to learn Golang.
Python is an interpreted high-level programming language for general-purpose programming. Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes code readability, and a syntax that allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code. It provides constructs that enable clear programming on both small and large scales. Python features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative, functional and procedural, and has a large and comprehensive standard library.
The IBM POWER Systems Training teaches about the IBM POWER platform. As this architecture is not a standard x86 architecture, there are a range of different tools to manage a POWER machine. This training explains the basic of system management and engineering of the POWER platform. While the operating systems are largely the same, architecture specific tools will be explained. IBM POWER Introduction Training POWER architecture overview POWER specific differences Requirements on how to install POWER machines How to install POWER machines Basic OS tools of POWER machines IBM POWER Advanced Training How to use automated setup for POWER Custumization of POWER machines POWER optimizations Troubleshooting the platform Centralized system logging Integrated POWER system monitoring Linux for POWER This course is tailored to using Linux on POWER machines.
This training is about IBM AIX operating system on the POWER platform. This UNIX system is has a wide variaty of specialized courses. We offer standard IBM courses, custom picked courses or our own courses. IBM AIX Basics This training is an introduction to AIX, how to use the system, working with basic commands, files and directories, permissions, basic schell and editor usage and SMIT. IBM AIX Advanced This training goes more into details, starting from the LPAR configuration, VIOS setup to the more advanced PowerVM topics, including networking and performance optimizations.