More than 9 hours of video instruction to help you learn the skills necessary to prepare you for the Red Hat EX442 exam, add to your knowledge base for accomplishing the RHCA, and expand your knowledge of Linux optimization to run a more efficient system.
Linux Performance Optimization includes a complete overview of all that is needed to optimize Performance on Linux servers and desktops from a practical perspective. It starts with a generic introduction to analyzing performance and the tools that are provided to do so. Next, it will discuss different tuning interfaces that exist within the Linux environment. The last part of the course will focus on performance optimization strategies for different types of workload.
The course provides valuable strategies and information about optimization to prepare the viewer for the Red Hat EX442, as well as complimenting their skill set for the RHCA exams. Sander van Vugt, best-selling Red Hat and Linux author, provides thorough demonstrations and whiteboard presentations. A full sample exam walk-through is also provided at the end of the course so you can see in real-time how to approach the exam.
- Learn how to understand and analyze Linux performance to determine best optimization methods
- Learn which parts of the operating system you need to optimize, and the mechanisms in place to do that
- Optimize Linux performance to manage servers with specific needs