Day 12:

I learnt about professional outlook which means a characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will handle situations concerning your work, colleagues, team members, employer, customers etc.

We also talked about how our physical appearance affects our profession. Our physical appearance says a lot about us. …


My journey to becoming a cloud practitioner. Day 11:

We did a recap of the previous lessons and we and were later introduced to the Linux bash shell which is the default shell in Linux.

We also talked about variables and we said it is a container that holds data values that can be changed and it is usually…


Day 10:

Managing Linux log files

logging has to do with keeping records of events on system, which enables auditing. Some of the events recorded in log files include: system startup information, system shutdown times, user login and logout events. We logging foe security audit, service-level agreements, proactive troubleshooting and industrial requirements.

Log rotation is an automated process that is used in system administration where dated log files are archived.

Some logging levels are: fatal level,error level,warn level, info level,and debug level.

Steps to take if log files are not updated

  1. Check the last update
  2. 2.Copy parts of log to a new file in a new location.
  3. Free up space

Day 9:

Managing Linux services

The systemctl command can be used to manage services in Linux such as networking, security etc.. It has the syntax: systemctl <subcommand><service name>

The ssh command is used to connect to a remote server or system.

The top command provides a dynamic real-time view of a running system. It displays…


Day 8:

We talked about managing file permission. On a Linux system, each file and directory is assigned access rights for the owner of the file, the members of a group of related users and everybody else. Rights can be assigned to read, write and execute a file. https://linuxcommand.org/lc3_lts0090.php


Day 7:

The day started with a recap of what we did the previous day followed by an interactive section section with our tutor and also, we were learnt how to edit files in Linux.

We were introduced to some text editors in Linux. Like the Vim, Nano and gedit.

The vim…


My Journey to becoming a Cloud Practitioner

Day 6:

Day six started with a brief recap of the activities we did the other days and a lab section of about 3hrs on how to launch an EC2 (Elastic Cloud Computing) instance.

We were taught “The anatomy of the Linux command prompt” whose component is [username@hostname]$. …


Amazon Web Services

Day 5:

Amazon shared responsibility model


Cloud computing

Day 4:

The day 4 of our training began with a quick recap of what we were taught the previous day. And later, we were introduced into cloud computing and amazon web service.

Cloud computing is an on-demand availability of computer resources such as computer power, database storage, applications etc. over the…


Day 3:

We did a recap of what we learnt the previous day and was later introduced into the program proper by the lead instructor.

The linux operating system was also introduced and discussed. Using the “STAR” methodology to explain Linux os.

S- Situation: we don’t know what linux os…

Iginua Endurance Osaghae

Computer engineer | Software developer | AWS re/start program learner - working towards AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

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