Linux and Unix Gurus
Developed by Linus Torvalds and further elaborated by a number of developers throughout the world Linux is a freely available multitasking and multi-user operating system.
From the outset, Linux was placed under General Public License (GPL). The system can be distributed, used and expanded free of charge. In this way, developers have access to all the source codes, thus being able to integrate new functions easily or to find and eliminate programming bugs quickly. Drivers for new devices can also be integrated very rapidly.
Presently, Linux is successfully being used by several millions of users worldwide.
Organisations the world over are utilising the power of Linux in the management of their daily tasks.
The composition of user groups varies from private users, training companies, universities, research centres right through to commercial users and companies, who view Linux as a real alternative to other operating systems.
iWolf’s Linux Engineers posses the broad skill set and technical expertise to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot Linux servers and desktops for small to large sized organisations, including server clustering, LAN / WAN design and installation, network security and remote server administration.
Common Linux Solutions include:
- Internal communications ie: web, email, database & file storage
- Networking Security ie: firewalls, radius systems
- Distributed resource management
- Network virtualisation and clustering
- Telephony, video and unified messaging systems
iWolf Technology Services are experienced in Debian, KINOPPIX, Fedora – RedHat, SCO, SELinux, Solars, SuSE and Ubuntu deployment and integration.
Vendor-Neutral (One certification held)
Generic Linux certification (LCI2).
Red Hat / Centos (Three certifications held)
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE), Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) and Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA).
SUSE (Two certification held)
Novell Certified Linux Professional (NCLP). SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 &12.
Ubuntu (One certification held)
Ubuntu Certified Professional (UCP).