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Global Automotive Electric Water Pump Market -Forecast and Analysis (2020-2027)

Posted by manisha on June 15, 2021 at 2:40am 0 Comments

Global Automotive Electric Water Pump Market size was valued at US$ XX Bn. in 2019 and the total revenue is expected to grow 6.49% from 2019 to 2027, reaching nearly US$ XX Bn.

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The Rise Of Audiobooks: Redefining the way readers listen, read and learn

Posted by SunTec India on June 15, 2021 at 2:39am 0 Comments

Audiobooks are pulling new audiences in the #publishing world. And so, many new #publishers and #authors are keen on developing their own audiobooks and leverage read-aloud ebook conversion services to convert their existing print books ebooks to digital talking books.

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June 2021 Report on Global Compact Power Equipment Market Overview, Size, Share and Trends 2015-2027

Posted by wiseguy110 on June 15, 2021 at 2:39am 0 Comments

The Global market for Compact Power Equipment is estimated to grow at a CAGR of roughly X.X% in the next 8 years, and will reach USD X.X million in 2027, from USD X.X million in 2020.

Aimed to provide most segmented consumption and sales data of different types of Compact Power Equipment, downstream consumption fields and competitive landscape in different regions and countries around the world, this report analyzes the latest market data from the primary and secondary authoritative…

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Everything in detail about flat panel kitchen cabinets

Posted by Emma Singh on June 15, 2021 at 2:39am 0 Comments

It is incredibly far-fetched you can have a functional kitchen without cabinets. Considering everything, they are an essential part of the kitchen. Better, they ensure your kitchen space stays organized dependably. That is why you ought to do all that can be reachable and find the best cabinets to fit in your kitchen space. However, this may eat into your precious time and take tolls on your finances on the off chance that you have no clue on what to watch out for. Notwithstanding, this…

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Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Certifications

The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) was born in October 1999, just five years after Torvalds' presentation. Over the past 20 years, LPI has earned a prominent place among the leading Linux certification providers.

The LPI program (referred to as the LPIC) is available in three distinct levels:

LPIC-1: Linux Administrator - A junior level Linux certification with no prerequisites, although having a Linux Essentials certification is recommended. Candidates must take two exams covering basic Linux skills, including working via the command line, performing basic maintenance tasks, installing and configuring a workstation (including X Windows), and making LAN or Internet connections. While it is possible to obtain the LPIC-1 credential directly from LPI, applicants should consider acquiring the CompTIA Linux + Powered LPI credential, which qualifies you for Linux + and LPIC-1 credentials.
LPIC-2: Linux Engineer - An advanced level Linux certification that requires the possession of an active LPIC-1 certification. Candidates must pass two exams covering significant Linux skills and topics. The first exam covers the kernel, system boot, filesystem and devices, advanced storage administration, network configuration, system maintenance, and capacity planning. The second exam covers web services, file sharing, network client management, e-mail services, system security and troubleshooting, and domain servers.
LPIC-3: Linux Enterprise Professional Certification - A Linux senior level certification that requires holding an LPIC-2 certification and passing a single 300 series exam. Currently valid exams include: 300: Mixed Environment, 303: Security and 304: Virtualization & High Availability. The Mixed Environment exam covers Samba (domain integration, user and group management, name services, configuration sharing, and so on), OpenLDAP, and collaboration with Linux and Windows clients. The Security exam covers network, operation and application security, as well as encryption and access controls. Finally, the Virtualization & High Availability exam covers the topics of storage, cluster management and virtualization.
In addition to the certifications listed above, the Linux Professional Institute also offers an entry-level certification, the Linux Essentials Professional Development Certificate (PDC) which focuses on the core skills: creating and executing simple scripts or restoring compressed backups and archives, working by line of command, the basics of the Linux operating system, FOSS, users and groups, file permissions for public and private directories. It is a great way to start acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to face the most demanding certifications.

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