This course teaches everything you need to get started installing network server hardware. You could think of this like a visual tutorial of all the different ways that a server, racks, and cables can be arranged and installed. This foundational knowledge can be put to use immediately by anyone working in networking or the physical parts of IT.
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Systems administrators, network technicians, network administrators, service desk technicians, field service reps, even non-technical professionals – the list of who could benefit from this course goes on and on. If the job you have or that you want to have has anything at all to do with servers, data centers, or making networks work properly, you should take this course.
Although this course is a great introduction to some of the hardware and installation topics that can be found on CompTIA's IT Fundamentals+ and Network+, this course isn't meant to be only exam prep. This course is first and foremost an easy and approachable introduction to the hardware that makes networks possible and how to install and deploy them.
The IT Fundamentals+ (ITF+) from CompTIA is an entry-level cert that covers a huge range of topics and demonstrates you're ready for a career in IT – hardware installation is an important part of its exam. Network+ (also from CompTIA) is more specialized and more advanced, and also includes sections on hardware installation.
You should take this course so that you understand servers, server rooms, racks, and all the other hardware that makes servers and data centers work. It doesn't matter if you're an IT student, experienced sysadmin or manager, you should know how your network's hardware physically functions if you ever want to master it completely.