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  • Baligant Alexandre LPI instructor (ID : 000200418) Anne acadmique 2013 - 2014

  • Certifications level

    LPI-LET : Linux Essentials Technician

    LPIC-1 : Junior Level Linux Certification 101 : It covers basic skills for the Linux professional that are common to major distributions of Linux.

    102 : It covers basic skills for the Linux professional that are common to major distributions of Linux.

    LPIC-2 : Advanced Level Linux Certification 201 : It covers advanced skills for the Linux professional common across all distributions of Linux.

    202 : It covers advanced skills for the Linux professional common across all distributions of Linux.

    LPIC-3 : Senior Level Linux Certification 301 : Core : It tests skills in authentication, troubleshooting, network integration and capacity planning.

    302 : Mixed environments : It mix Microsoft and Linux server distributions environments.

    303 : Security : It covers security general and OS oriented problem in an IT infrastucture

    304 : Virtualization and High availability : Experts skills in HA and Virtualization technologies

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  • Certification objectives

    LPI-LET : Linux Essentials Technician

    Objectives: A career in Open Source and joining the Linux Community

    Finding your way on a Linux System

    The power of the Command Line

    The Linux Operating System

    Security and file permissions

    References: http://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LinuxEssentials

    Prerequisites: None

    http://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LinuxEssentials

  • Certification objectives

    LPIC-1 : Workstation networking and administration

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 1, someone should be able to:

    Work at the Linux command line

    Perform easy maintenance tasks: help users, add users to a

    larger system, backup and restore, shutdown and reboot

    Install and configure a workstation (including X) and connect it to

    a LAN, or a standalone PC to the Internet.

    Prerequisites: None

    Requirements: Passing Exams 101 and 102

  • Certification objectives

    LPIC-2 : Server administration and Internet services

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 2, someone should be able to:

    Administer a small to medium-sized site

    Plan, implement, maintain, keep consistent, secure, and

    troubleshoot a small mixed (MS, Linux) network, including a:

    LAN server (samba)

    Internet Gateway (firewall, proxy, mail, news)

    Internet Server (webserver, FTP server)

    Supervise assistants

    Advise management on automation and purchases

  • Certification objectives

    LPIC-2 : Server administration and Internet services

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 2, someone should be able to:

    Administer a small to medium-sized site

    Plan, implement, maintain, keep consistent, secure, and

    troubleshoot a small mixed (MS, Linux) network

    Supervise assistants

    Advise management on automation and purchases

    Prerequisites: You must have an active LPIC-1 certification to receive LPIC-2 certification, but the LPIC-1 and LPIC-2 exams may be

    taken in any order.

    Requirements: Passing Exams 201 and 202

  • Certification objectives

    LPIC-3 : Advanced administration, virtualization and HA

    The LPIC-3 certification is the culmination of LPI's

    certification program.

    The LPIC-3 program consists of a single exam for LPIC-3

    "core" designation.

    A number of "specialty" exams are proposed as additional

    designations on top of the LPIC-3 core.

    Proposed specialties include:

    mixed environment

    security

    high availability and virtualization

    web and intranet

    mail and messaging

  • Certification objectives LPIC-3 : Core

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 3 Core (301), someone should be able to: Have several years experience with installing and maintaining Linux on many computers

    for various purposes

    Have integration experience with diverse technologies and operating systems

    Have professional experience as, or training for, an enterprise-level Linux professional.

    (This includes experience as a part of another role.)

    Know advanced and enterprise levels of Linux administration, including installation,

    management, security, troubleshooting and maintenance

    Be able to use open-source tools to measure capacity planning and to troubleshoot

    resource problems

    Have professional experience using LDAP to integrate with Unix services and Windows

    services, including Samba, PAM, email, Active Directory

    Be able to plan, architecture, design, build and implement a full environment using Samba

    and LDAP as well as measure the capacity planning and security of the services

    Be able create scripts in Bash or Perl or has knowledge of at least one system

    programming language (such as C)

  • Certification objectives LPIC-3 : Core

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 3 Core (301), someone should be able to: []

    Prerequisites: You must have an active LPIC-2 certification to receive LPIC-3 certification, but the LPIC-2 and LPIC-3 exams may be

    taken in any order.

    Requirements: Passing the 301 exam

  • Certification objectives LPIC-3 : Mixed environments

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 3 Mixed environments (302), someone

    should be able to: Have necessary skills and experience as outlined in LPIC-3 core exam

    Have professional experience using Samba to integrate file and print services with

    Windows, including user management, domain control, security and performance tuning

    Be able to plan, design, build and implement a complete multi-user environment using

    Samba

    Prerequisites: You must have an active LPIC-2 certification to receive LPIC-3 certification, but the LPIC-2 and LPIC-3 exams may be

    taken in any order.

    Requirements: Passing the 301 exam and any one of the LPI 302 - 306 exams to receive the respective specialty certification

  • Certification objectives LPIC-3 : Security

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 3 Security (303), you should be able to: Have necessary skills and experience as outlined in LPIC-3 core exam

    Design and implement customized solutions to complex automation problems such as

    multi-site enterprises and heavy-duty Internet sites

    Initiate projects and work against a budget.

    Supervise assistants and help troubleshoot problems.

    Serve as a consultant to higher management.

    Prerequisites: You must have an active LPIC-2 certification to receive LPIC-3 certification, but the LPIC-2 and LPIC-3 exams may be

    taken in any order.

    Requirements: Passing the 301 exam and any one of the LPI 302 - 306 exams to receive the respective specialty certification

  • Certification objectives LPIC-3 : Virtualization and High Availability

    Overview of Tasks :

    To pass Level 3 Virtualization and high availability

    (304), you should be able to work with : Virtualization (Xen, KVM and other)

    Load balancing (Linux virtual server, HAProxy, LinuxPMI)

    Cluster management (Pacemaker, advanced Pacemaker, Red Hat cluster suite)

    Cluster storage (DRBD, Global File System and OCFS2, other clustered file system)

    Prerequisites: You must have an active LPIC-2 certification to receive LPIC-3 certification, but the LPIC-2 and LPIC-3 exams may be

    taken in any order.

    Requirements: Passing the 301 exam and any one of the LPI 302 - 306 exams to receive the respective specialty certification

  • LPI-LET exams objectives LPI-LET

    Topic 1 : A career in Open Source and joining the Linux Community

    Linux Evolution and Popular Operating Systems

    Major Open Source Applications

    Understanding Open Source Software and Licensing

    ICT Skills and Working in Linux

    Topic 2 : Finding your way on a Linux System

    Command line basics

    Using the command line to get help

    Using directories and listing files

    Creating, moving and deleting files

    Topic 3 : The power of the command line

    Archiving files on the command line

    Searching and extracting data from files

    Turning command into a script

  • LPI-LET exams objectives LPI-LET

    Topic 4 : The Linux Operating System

    Choosing an Operating System

    Understanding computer hardware

    Where data is stored

    Your computer on the network

    Topic 5 : Security and file permissions

    Basic security and identifying user types

    Creating users and groups

    Managing file permissions and ownership

    Special directories and files

    To pass the exams, you must obtain (at least) 60% average

    http://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LinuxEssentials

    http://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LinuxEssentials

  • LPIC-1 exams objectives LPIC-1

    LPI-101 :

    System architecture

    Linux installation and package management

    GNU and Unix commands

    Devices, Linux filesystems and filesystems hierarchy standard

    LPI-102 :

    Shell, scripting and data management

    User interfaces and desktops

    Administrative tasks

    Essential system services

    Networking fundamentals

    Security

    To pass the exams, you must obtain (at least) 60% average

    http://www.lpice.eu/lpi-cer

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