Linux is the most widely used and best-known open-source operating system and can be found in embedded systems, smartphones, web servers, and supercomputers. Over the decades, Linux has become a key component in the infrastructure of nearly every major enterprise. Linux is also part of the backbone of the DevOps world, where it serves as both a development and distribution platform for many key tools.
The Linux Foundation’s Certified System Administrator exam is a hands-on, practical exam. The exam is designed to test applicants on the core domains of knowledge and critical skills that successful Linux system administrators need.
KodeKloud recently launched an LFCS course and it’s been great seeing how excited our students are about our new course. It is designed to help you build those skills and prepare for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator exam and challenge you to take part and get a chance to win LFCS Exam Voucher.
In addition to LFCS training, lectures, and demonstrations, you will also have access to hands-on labs for every topic. At each step, you will be challenged to apply the skills you have learned with practical tasks. The labs can be accessed using your browser and will provide instant feedback as you move through each set of objectives.
Join to enroll now: Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS)
Congratulations to the next winners of the LFCS Contest.
🏆 Kevin Thomas
🏆 Soh Wei Jen
🏆 Sebastian Puka
🏆 Win Maw Oo
🏆 Win Yan Pyae Sone
Thank you all for participating!
The KodeKloud team would like to thank everyone who participated in making the course a success. We still have many more LFCS exam vouchers to give away for the best performers in the mock exam.
Enroll now and win the contest!
Enroll and meet all the criteria to win LFCS Exam Voucher.
For winning the contest, users must pass 3 criteria:
- Complete 100% of the Course.
- Complete 20 Hours of Lab
- Get 100% on all 4 mock exams.
Submit the form to apply for the contest.
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