COMPTIA INFRASTRUCTURE CERTIFICATION
Your tech infrastructure is considered the bedrock of your IT operations. Security, mobility, agility, and resiliency all depend on a solid network architecture. In order to keep up with the ever-evolving demands of modern IT infrastructures, professionals need skills in endpoint support, physical server, maintenance, virtual system administration, network configuration and storage planning – and security is a critical part of each of these responsibilities.
The complete CompTIA Infrastructure Career Pathway begins with the core skills certifications, then continues with three infrastructure-specific certifications – CompTIA Linux+, CompTIA Server+, CompTIA Cloud+.
Server and workload management remain a core component of systems operations. This certification perfectly complements the CompTIA Network+ training with a focus on the systems themselves. These systems may be on-premise, hosted or in the cloud. They may be owned, renter, entirely or in part.
Build, maintain, troubleshoot, secure and support server hardware and software technologies with a focus on physical server administration. It ensures that today’s IT pros have the necessary skills to work in data centers, server rooms and cloud environments.
Meet business requirements and expand into virtual system administration and hybrid cloud operations with a focus on deploying cloud computing solutions. This requires the ability to implement and manage the right combination of compute, network and storage resources to realize the benefits of rapid elasticity, robust self-service and measured use.
Administer the dominant OS in the data center, Linux. This training offers a comprehensive approach to designing, deploying, and managing Linux systems. CompTIA Linux+ covers everything from how to configure systems and navigate command lines to how to customize your environment and create simple scripts.