4.30 (12 reviews)
☑ Providing further understanding and a general knowledgebase on key IT technologies
☑ Overview on Servers and Virtualization
☑ Overiew on key Network devices
☑ Overview on Storage technologies (SAN & NAS)
☑ Best Practices around Server Backups
☑ Looking at a Datacenter
☑ What System and Network Administrators do
☑ Common Interview questions
☑ How to get that IT job
In this course we will cover all things Technology. If you are new to IT, or have been in technology for sometime, this course will give you the foundation that you need to either get that IT job, get promoted, or improve your existing Tech skillset.
This course will give you the essential and foundational technical skills for those who currently work in technology, as well as those who want to get into the IT industry.
In this course we’ll cover -
Physical and Virtual Servers
Basics of Cloud Computing
What is AD, DNS, DHCP
What is a Storage Area Network (SAN) and what is a Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Backup Technologies and Backup types
Datacenters, Servers & Comms Rooms
Networking technologies, including Routers, Switches and Firewalls
Networking Cabling an office space
What skills do IT techs and Administrators need to have
Interview help and tips to help you get that job!
Do I need to be an expert?
No, this course is designed for people who are excited about technology and may be either working in technology or looking at getting into IT. It’ll provide an essential foundation for anyone aspiring to work and move up in technology, providing an overview of core system and network technologies.
Why this course?
This course will be easy to understand, and give you an overview of the necessary IT skills you need to know.
You’ll soon start to see why so many people love working in Technology. I love it, and hope that you do also!!
Of course this is only the beginning of your learning journey. Continuing to improve on your tech skills more and more will help you in being a highly skilled IT professional!
Skills every IT Tech needs to know!
Servers and Virtualization
What is a Domain and Active Directory (AD)
What is a Server (Physical Overview of a Rack Server)
Physical vs Virtual Server (on Premise)
Servers on the Cloud
What is DNS
What is DHCP and how does it work
What are Group Policies
Top 20 Different Types of Servers
Server Naming Conventions
My Checklist when Building a Windows Server
Server vs Mainframe vs Supercomputer
Storage (SAN & NAS)
What is a NAS
What is a SAN + Physical Overview
SAN vs NAS
Server & Data Backups
Backup ideas and config @ Work
Backup Types (Incremental, Differential, Full)
Datacenters, Server Rooms, Networks and Security
Intro to Datacenters and Networks
Datacenters & Server & Comms Rooms
What is inside a Datacenter
What is a Switch
What is a Router
What is a Firewall
Most common types of Cyber Attacks
What is a UPS
Office Cabling - Computer to Switch
IT Roles Types
Different IT Support Levels (1, 2, 3)
Systems vs Network Engineer
Get that IT job + Interview Tips
How to get into IT
How to become a Systems Admin or Engineer
Your IT Technology Resume / CV
Interview Help (IT Techs and Desktop Support Admins)
Interview Help (Systems Admins & Engineers)
Network Monitoring 101
Remote Working? IT setup required
Overview on Linux
Windows or Mac in a Business?
Really enjoying how thorough he is in explaining things!! Great course so far!! Additional update, this course is terrific, he is doing an Incredible job with his explanations, descriptions and roles of each piece of equipment!!