Ubuntu

From its first release in October 2004, Ubuntu has become the most popular version of Linux by building on top of the innovations provided by Debian and adding its own focus on a smooth desktop experience. As a result, Ubuntu has shaken up the perception of Linux as a desktop system, motivating many other Linux distributions to re-address their own desktop strategies and to invest more effort into providing an easy to use and satisfying desktop system. Since 2006, Ubuntu have also provided a server system which builds on the technologies that underly Ubuntu's desktop success. It has become very popular with those who prefer the Debian package management system and enormous repositories of ready to use software, while providing more up to date software, adding its own innovations that make Ubuntu the easiest Linux distribution to use and breaking traditions by integrating Ubuntu management tools and supporting infrastructure. More recently, Ubuntu have led the way for Linux distributions in cloud computing and virtualisation by developing tailored versions of Ubuntu for cloud platforms such as Amazon EC2 and including tools for using Ubuntu as a hosted platform with Eucalyptus or developing your own Eucalyptus cloud.

Ubuntu Training

Transitiv Technologies Ubuntu training is designed for absolute beginners upwards to allow your business to learn the skills needed to design, deploy and maintain an Ubuntu Linux infrastructure.

We offer training for Ubuntu as a desktop, server or cloud platform. Our Ubuntu server training includes the following:

  • Linux history pocket guide
  • OS architecture and the Unix philosophy
  • Installation and partitioning
  • Linux fundamentals and differences from Windows and Mac OS X
  • The Linux filesystem layout
  • The Linux boot process and how the system and services start
  • An introduction to the command line, basic commands and utilities
  • Common post-installation tasks, such as adding users and tightening security
  • Managing services and logging with systemd and journald
  • Managing hardware and resource usage
  • Linux networking and remote access
  • Finding and using system manuals
  • Installing software
  • Text editing, I/O streams, regular expressions and shell scripting
  • Scheduled tasks
  • Linux security, firewalls and user permissions
  • Advanced partitioning with software RAID and LVM
  • Common use cases - LAMP server
  • Getting help

We have modular off the shelf courses for those customers who need training at short notice but are also able to customise our training material to your needs to ensure that you get the skills you require from our training.

Transitiv train on a wide variety of Linux distributions and Open Source software and are able to undertake training either at customer premises or within our dedicated training suite in Wolverhampton.

Contact us to discuss your Ubuntu training requirements.