Linux is a Unix based computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution.
A Linux® certification validates your knowledge of the Linux operating system. Many open source organizations provide Linux certifications to prepare IT professionals with knowledge applicable in a real-world environment.
As IT systems and workloads get more sophisticated, the operating system and underlying architecture must be dependable, scalable, and performance-driven. Linux has evolved over time to become the default standard for operating highly available, dependable, and important workloads, whether traditional or new, from bare metal to virtualization, cloud, and containers.
CourseMonster is an LPI Authorized Training Partner. The LPI Level 1 (LPIC-1) and Level 2 (LPIC-2) certification exams are offered and administered at CourseMonster. As well as taking exams, students can prepare for the LPI101, LPI102, LPI201, and LPI202 by LPI exam prep courses.
CourseMonster courses cover topics you need to know in order to successfully complete several leading industry-standard Linux certifications. This matrix shows which CourseMonster courses provide you with the knowledge for the most sought-after certifications for Linux.
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