Operating Systems Administration
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Operating systems are central to computing activities. An operating system is a program that acts as an intermediary between a user of a computer, application software and the computer hardware. Two primary aims of an operating systems are to manage resources (e.g. CPU time, memory) and to control users and software.
This course introduce the students to the administration of operating systems.It deals with user/group management, filesystem and disk management, backup, recovery and server virtualization, security, performance monitoring, applications management, and automating tasks on operating systems.