CBT Nuggets trainer Shawn Powers has been busy this year with Ansible and Linux courses. So this week, we’re celebrating everything Linux!
Information security analysts are the fastest growing overall job category with 37 percent overall growth by 2022. And the average salary for this position is upwards of $90,000 in the United States. There has never been a better time to launch a career in cybersecurity.
With the recent partnership between Microsoft and Linux, this list has shortened a bit. But there still a few things that make more sense in Linux. Here’s our list of things that Linux does, not so much better than Microsoft, but in a different way.
You likely have old boxes sitting around somewhere. Despite the fact that they’ve probably passed their useful life, reviving them can be a fun side project while learning Linux. With a small hardware investment and a little time, Linux can revive just about any piece of hardware.
As a system admin, you’re typically a jack of all trades, which means having operational knowledge of every OS out there. You can save time by simply certifying on these six key operating systems.
If you’re using Linux, you’ll at some point find yourself in a situation where you only have access to the terminal. In that case, you’ll want something that highlights your syntax, points out typos in your code, and generally makes life easier. Here are our favorite scripting editors for Linux.
Linux might take a little getting used to, but it’s come a long way in the past decades in terms of usability — and security. Structurally, Linux has its advantages when it comes to security. There are also some user factors to consider. Here’s why Linux is more secure than Windows.