The Linux Performance Tuning training course is ideal for experienced Linux / Unix system administrators to learn the ins-and-outs of tuning a production system running Linux.
This course focuses on the key concepts, processes, commands, and tools required to perform baseline performance management and tuning. The course begins with an overview of performance methodologies, terminologies, and concepts. It then transitions into system level examination and tuning of components like processes, threads, memory, disk I/O, and file systems.
By attending Linux Performance Tuning workshop, delegates will learn to:
- Describe 4 key performance tuning terms
- Define a performance tuning strategy for the organization
- Capture a baseline, and measure tuning increases / decreases against the baseline
System administrators responsible for the care-and-feeding of production Linux systems.