As the scale of computing grows and the scale of Linux deployments grows with it, IT professionals need to keep up with the pace of that growth. Arista’s switch technology is a combination of advanced hardware and software, at the center of which is the Extensible Operating System, designed and built around a core of Linux. This course will familiarize students with the background and history of UNIX/Linux systems, dive into how a Linux system runs and show how to interact with it proficiently. Students will leave the class with a base level of knowledge around the available tools and techniques that lead to Linux proficiency, allowing them to build further. Written and taught by Adam Levin, a seasoned trainer at Arista Networks, this class will give students just the edge they need in the modern world of network automation.
Anyone new to Linux/UNIX, or with only a basic beginner understanding of Linux, will gain knowledge and skills to be a more effective Linux administrator, and therefore a more effective Arista network administrator.
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If you have an existing Arista SO number, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to fulfill your registration
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