Linux Foundation Cert Prep: HTTP Services (Ubuntu)

Linux Foundation Cert Prep: HTTP Services (Ubuntu)
Linux Foundation Cert Prep: HTTP Services (Ubuntu)

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 56m | 166 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Intermediate


HTTP services enable the web to function. Consequently, it’s important that Linux administrators understand how these services work. This intermediate course covers the basics of HTTP services with Apache on Ubuntu. Learn what a web server needs to make a site accessible to others, how to install the Apache HTTP server, and how to make configuration changes to customize how it works. Discover how to add encryption to ensure that your website remains secure. Plus, learn about logging, how to enable and disable modules, and more.

This course can prepare you for the HTTP services section of the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam.

Topics include:

  • Installing and configuring the HTTP server
  • Apache directives
  • Adding encryption
  • Using ServerAlias and Redirect to anticipate human mistakes
  • Administering Apache server
  • Working with modules
  • Troubleshooting HTTP services
+ Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 Lab setup

Apache HTTP Server
3 What a web server needs
4 Installing and configuring the HTTP server
5 Apache directives
6 Name-based virtual hosts

Adding Encryption
7 Enabling HTTPS
8 Creating a self-signed certificate
9 Using a certificate from a certificate authority
10 Making access easier

Administering Apache Server
11 Apache logging
12 Working with modules
13 User-based security
14 Per-directory configuration changes with .htaccess
15 Troubleshooting HTTP services

Conclusion
16 Next steps


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