LPIC-2: Linux Engineer (201-400 and 202-400) Online TrainingThe exams associated with this course have been retired. However, this course still retains value as a training resource.
In this intermediate Linux systems administration training, Shawn Powers covers the knowledge necessary for advanced Linux systems administrators. This course covers topics like startup and maintenance, advanced configuration of fundamental network services and management of block storage and file systems.
Despite this training mapping to the objectives for previous versions of the LPIC-2 certification — 201-400 and 202-400 — the material remains extremely valuable to Linux systems administrators and can still help you prepare for much of the 201-450 and 202-450. After completing this intermediate Linux training, you'll have the ability to administer small to medium-sized networks using the popular open-source platform, Linux, and show you’re ready to step into systems administrator and engineer roles.
For IT managers, this training can be used for on-boarding new systems administrators, or as part of a team training plan.
Note: The exam associated with this certification was retired on October 1, 2019. However, this track still retains value as a training resource.
LPIC-2: What You Need to Know
This LPIC-2: Linux Engineer training covers exam objectives from previous Linux certification exams and cover topics such as:
- Mastery of common tasks relating to the Linux kernel
- System startup and maintenance and advanced system administration
- Management of block storage and file systems
- Advanced networking and authentication as well as security, firewall and VPN
- Installation and configuration of fundamental network services
- Network hardware setup, configuration, and troubleshooting
Who Should Take 201-400 and 202-400 Training?
This intermediate Linux training is engineer-level LPI training, which means it was designed for systems administrators. This course is designed for systems administrators with three to five years of experience with Linux.
New or aspiring systems administrators. For new administrators, or those looking for jobs in the network administration field, the systems administration skills you’ll gain from this course are excellent stepping stones to a career working with medium-sized Linux networks. Whether you’re already doing small-network maintenance or simply looking to demonstrate your ability in network administration generally, getting this training gets you the skills you need for a career in handling Linux networks.
Experienced systems administrators. For network administrators with a few years of experience, this training firms up all the skills necessary for administering small to medium-sized networks. If you’re already administering a small network but want to make the jump to a larger network, or demonstrate your competence in medium-sized administration, this training could be the key to proving your mastery of Linux networks.