Join the Linux Professional Institute Development Community and earn your LPIC-2 Linux Engineer certification for free
The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) is organizing select events worldwide that offer a rare opportunity for eligible LPIC-1 certificate holders to be among the first to take the updated 201 and 202 beta exams, join the LPI Exam Development Community, and advance their professional credentials.
LPI is committed to the development of global standards and certifications in Linux and Open Source innovation. A community of Linux professionals, volunteers, vendors, and educators design the LPI Certification Program that unites the requirements of both IT professionals and the organizations that would employ them.
To achieve this goal LPI utilizes an open, rigorous, and consultative development process that uses both volunteer and hired resources. The LPI development process is widely recognized and endorsed by Fortune 500 companies, and has met the strict requirements of independent certification authorities.
About the LPIC-2 Linux Engineer Certification
LPIC-2 is aimed at advanced Linux professionals. To be awarded LPIC-2, candidates must be able administer small-to-medium sized mixed networks, and provide recommendations to upper management. To become LPIC-2 certified the candidate must be able to:
Administer a small to medium-sized site
Plan, implement, maintain, keep consistent, secure, and troubleshoot a small mixed (MS, Linux) network, including a:
LAN server (Samba, NFS, DNS, DHCP, client management)
Internet Gateway (firewall, VPN, SSH, web cache/proxy, mail)
Internet Server (web server and reverse proxy, FTP server)
Advise management on automation and purchases