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Linux Training and Red Hat Certification

By John Kol Marsh

In today’s competitive IT world, knowledge of Linux can help shape the future of a person. Apart from knowledge in languages such as Java, C++,.net, PHP, knowledge of Linux can help in securing a very good career. Linux was created by Linus Torvalds. The source code of Linux which is called the Kernel is available for free on the internet. Anyone can download and develop it in a unique way. Many companies have already released their own versions of Linux. This makes it a very unique operating system. Every version of Linux is different from the other in one way or the other.

Linux is one of the preferred operating systems for corporate houses.

· One of the greatest advantages of using it is because it’s swift in multitasking. It is very stable in terms of crashing and rebooting. Many other operating systems have to be rebooted from time to time to run efficiently.

· As it is a free-operating system, the bugs are fixed within a very short span of time. If a bug is reported, many people will offer solution to the problem like a community based approach.

· It is secured operating system because of the fact that it is virus-free. This is because it does not recognize or run the virus or worms.

This makes it a perfect operating system for corporate and databases.

Linux training can help in gaining sufficient knowledge about Linux. It is different from the most popular operating system like Microsoft Windows. There are many variations in Linux and one of the most popular versions is Red Hat Linux.

In order that a person needs to fully understand and operate a Linux based system, he or she needs to have required knowledge and training. Red Hat Certification or RHCE Certification is the certificate which is given to those expert users who get through the Red Hat Training and Examinations. Red Hat Training includes Red Hat Essentials, System Administration, Security & Networking Administration, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualization.

Now the question of which professional institute to choose arises. There are plenty of institutes that provide Red Hat Linux. But, one of the best Corporate Linux Training provider is Zonix Systems. Zonix systems has scaled up to the position of a leading Linux Corporate Training providers within a short span of time. The reasons are the course curriculum that they follow and the Team Members. The Team members include some of the best names in the Information Technology industry.

Zonix Systems has teamed up with Red Hat to provide training and Red Hat Certifications. Zonix Systems also provides case study analysis which is a very practical approach in learning the subject.

Zonix Systems is not just a training institute, but it is also provides Linux Support/ Consulting Services and Linux Based Mail Server as well. These Linux Support/ Consulting Services and Linux Based Mail Server services are much needed by Corporate Companies which need advice on implementing and enhancing their operating systems. This Linux training center is located in Noida, and Delhi, India.
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Linux: The Textbook

This book assumes that the reader has no background in Linux. It tours the Linux applications interface, guiding the student through operating system utilities including process, file, storage, and I/O management.

Using this approach, readers quickly learn to navigate the applications interface while broadening their understanding of operating system principles. This singular organization combined with additional coverage of Linux software development tools and a quick-reference command appendix benefits the novice programmer as well as the skilled Linux user in need of a solid reference.

This book is written in short, well-organized chapters that make the reader focus on a small set of related topics. Its in-depth coverage carefully blends important Linux concepts, like inter-process communication and I/O redirection, with shell commands to enhance understanding of both. The presentation features an integrated textual and graphical presentation of commands and concepts to enhance understanding of difficult concepts. This book is designed for novice programmers without a background in Linux and for the skilled Linux user in need of a solid reference.

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Computing & Internet Books

Computing & Internet Books

By Suleman Thadha


CCENT is an acronym for ‘Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician’ and it is the first stage of the professional IT certification grade that leads up to Associate level. Other certification qualifications needed to attain Associate level are the CCNA together with the CCDA certifications. Studying for the CCENT brings you up to speed on basic networking skills such as network security and enabling you to install, configure and troubleshoot small branch networks and switched networks. During your CCNA study you will also learn how to implement and verify connections to remote sites via a WAN. Once you have got this certification under your belt there is the Cisco routing, switching and network design course to study for. To ensure you obtain your CCENT certification you will need to learn and understand a variety of protocols, such as:

•Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol [EIGRP]

•Serial Line Interface Protocol Frame Relay

•Routing Information Protocol Version 2 [RIPv2]



•Access control lists [ACLs].

There is a good range of books on certification courses in our Computing and Internet category on our website. You might like to take a look at ‘Networking Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide’ by Mark Dye. This book is an accredited and accepted by the Cisco Networking Academy Program and is the official supplemental textbook for the Network Fundamentals Course in the CCNA Exploration Curriculum Version 4. You might also take a look at ‘CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Official Exam Certification Guide’ written by Wendell Odom. This book is invaluable in preparing you for the exam and certification that follows.

Computer Science

Computer science is another branch of the diversity found amongst the computing and internet-based courses of study. It actually involves the more theoretical aspects of computation and how to apply practical techniques into the necessary algorithms to be processed by a computer. Obviously, computer science involves far more than that, but that is what computer science is about when taken down to its most basic element. As with any other field in the world of computing and internet, there is a wide variety of associated fields such as computer graphics, programming language theory, and human-computer interaction to name just a few.

Taking a look at our computer science section amongst the computing and internet category you will find a good range of books on the subject, such as ‘Search Engine Optimization: an Hour a Day’ written by Jennifer Grappone. A book that you might enjoy, amongst the computer science books because that is loosely the subject it covers is ‘The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable’. It is written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb and has been described as ‘provocative’ by the Economist; ‘idiosyncratically brilliant’ by the Sunday Telegraph and ‘a fascinating study of how we are regularly taken for suckers by the unexpected’ by The Guardian newspaper. You will just have to read it to find out whether you agree with the critics or not!


Databases are records or files which are integral to the computer and which have been collected into a logically filed system, centrally filed where it can be easily located for one or more uses. Databases of this type are classified according to their content – i.e. full-text, numeric, image, bibliographic etc. There are different models that can be applied to how data are stored within a database. The model that is used most often is the relational model: others include the hierarchical model and the network model.

The structure of a database is what is described as a database model, described above. The database has to be used in conjunction with a database management system. The database model will be stored in a data dictionary. As mentioned above, the database model is used more often than any other model is the relational model. Key terminology that defines the relational model are:

•Relations – this is a table characterised by columns and rows. Each row is referred to as a tuples.

•Attributes – these are columns from the above table. Each column is named – and this is an attribute.

•Domains – each attribute is enabled to take a set of values. Each set of attributes is a domain.

In other words, a relational database refers to the table that is made up of columns and rows. Each column is named with an attribute [such as a phone number]. Each row is a specific instance of that entity [the name of a place that the phone number relates to]. Together, the whole forms a matrix and, within that matrix, is a series of information given about one single person or thing [the entity].

Computing and internet, as a subject, can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. However, within our computing and internet section you will find a wide range of books that relate to computing and internet from Larry Ullman’s ‘PHP6 and MySQL5 for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide’ to Paula Moreira’s ‘ACE the IT Resume: Resumes and Cover Letters to Get You Hired’. Within our computing and internet category you will find a range of sub-sections such as Digital Lifestyle; Digital Music; Digital Photography; Digital Video; Hardware; Mac OS; Microsoft Windows; Networking and Security; New to Computing; PC and Video Games; Professionals; Programming; Software and Graphics; UNIX and Linux; and Web Development. Each of these categories have an enormous range of books of their own, but the best way to see what we have in our web site pages is to delve in and spend an hour or so browsing – you never know, you could strike gold!

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