Certificat LPIC (Linux Professional Institute Certified) is designed for beginners and professionals who implement, manage, and troubleshoot existing network and system environments based on BSD and Linux platforms as well as in mixed networks, while they include many different distributions (Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu …)
LPI – Linux Professional Institute is an independent organization which has for years engaged in education, testing and certification in the field of Linux distributions and is one of the strongest centers of its kind in the world. According to this organization, there are three levels of knowled
- LPIC-1 (Junior Level Linux Professional)
- LPIC-2 (Advanced Level Linux Professional)
- LPIC-3 (Senior Level Linux Professional)
The advantage of Linux operating systems is their stability, safety, modifications, and of course price. Most distributions are free and are charged only documentation and technical support. Why we would not have been technical support? Why am I not finding the implementation, administration and maintenance of network systems and the typical network services and resources include messaging, database, file and print, proxy server or firewall, Internet and intranet, remote access and management of client computers?