Industry Relevant Advance Linux Training

Learn Tested & Proven Linux Skills without wasting your crucial months and years

Vimal Daga

The World Record Holder, Founder at LinuxWorld & #13, Sr. Principal IT Consultant, TEDx Speaker & Philanthropist

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This course covers the core to advance concepts of Linux that is from the use case of OS, tuning the physical resources, shortcuts to increase the productivity skills in OS, Valgrind command to check memory leakage and many more power tools.
  • System calls are essential functions provided by the operating system kernel for applications to interact with hardware resources and perform various tasks.
  • The kernel acts as an intermediary between user space applications and hardware, facilitating the execution of system calls and managing system resources.
  • By minimizing the number of system calls in code, developers can enhance performance and efficiency, as excessive system calls can introduce overhead and impact overall execution speed.
  • Strace is a powerful tool for tracing system calls made by a program, providing insights into its behaviour, resource usage, and potential issues.
  • The auditctl command is used for managing the Linux audit framework, enabling administrators to configure and monitor system calls, By setting up auditing rules with auditctl, administrators can track and analyze system events.
  • Learn about memory management concepts such as stack memory, heap memory, and code section, understanding how they function and interact within programs.
  • Exploring dynamic memory allocation and its role in managing memory during program execution, including concepts like

    malloc() and free(), and how improper use can lead to memory leaks.

  • Discussing the implications of memory leaks in software development, including how they occur, their impact on system performance, and strategies for identifying and resolving them.
  • Exploring Valgrind, a powerful tool for detecting memory leaks and other memory-related errors in programs, understanding its capabilities and how it aids in debugging and optimizing code.
  • Exploring practical examples of  Valgrind to analyze code, identify memory leaks, and improve memory management practic
  • Learning about unit files in systemd, which define the behavior and configuration of system services, timers, mounts, and other systemd units.
  • Exploring “scope” units in systemd, which represent transient groups of processes, typically used to manage the execution of short-lived tasks or processes within a larger systemd service.
  • Discussing the interaction between unit files and control groups (cgroups), which allow for resource management and isolation of system resources among processes, ensuring efficient resource utilization and system stability.
  • Learning how to set resource limits and constraints within custom unit files, including CPU, memory, and I/O limits, ensuring optimal resource allocation and preventing resource contention and system instabilit
  • Understanding the role of systemd as a system and service manager for Linux systems, responsible for initializing and managing system services, daemons, and other processes during boot-up and system runtime.
  • Exploring the concept of control groups (cgroups) within systemd, which provide a mechanism for organizing and managing groups of processes, allowing for resource allocation, prioritization, and isolation of system resources such as CPU, memory, and I/O.
  • Discussing how systemd leverages cgroups to enforce resource limits and manage system services and processes effectively, ensuring efficient resource utilization and preventing resource contention among different services and processes.
  • Understanding CPU scheduling algorithms like Time Sharing (TS), Completely Fair Scheduler (CFS), FIFO, and more.
  • In-depth exploration of context switching and its pivotal role in multitasking environments.
  • Insightful insights into schedulers and their efficiency in CPU resource allocation.
  • Mastery over commands like “chrt” for controlling system resources and optimizing process management.
  • Deeper dive into resource slicing and the dynamic interplay between user and systemd.
  • Lime facilitates the extraction of RAM contents from a target system
  • Lime helps preserve crucial evidence by capturing the state of volatile memory, allowing investigators to reconstruct events and identify potential security breaches or cyberattacks.
  • How Netcat and Socat are versatile networking utilities used for establishing TCP/IP and UDP connections.
  • Both utilities support data tunneling, allowing users to create network connections between different hosts and forward traffic between them securely
  • Slices in systemd are used for resource management, allowing administrators to allocate and limit system resources such as CPU, memory, and I/O bandwidth to specific groups of processes or users.
  • System administrators can use systemd to set resource limits on a per-user basis by associating user sessions with specific slices and applying resource constraints to those slices.
  • How sessions, scopes, and cgroups in systemd are intricately linked, forming the backbone of resource management in Linux systems.
  • How together, they empower administrators to allocate resources, set limits, and maintain system stability, scalability, and performance in diverse computing environments.
  • How journalctl streamlines log management tasks.
  • How it providing administrators with powerful tools to troubleshoot issues, monitor system health, and maintain system integrity.
  • Tcpdump is a versatile command-line packet analyzer tool that plays a crucial role in system administration and network troubleshooting

Who is this training for?

Working IT Professionals
Freshers aspiring for an IT role
College pursuing students
Managers & Team Leaders
Technical Co-Founders
College HOD & Professors

4 Reasons to learn Linux under Mr Vimal Daga


Teaching beyond the certification



Practical Industry knowledge, Creator mentality


90 days technical support and a community for lifetime networking 


Exclusive training of most demanded & market valued Linux 

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Know Your Mentor

None of the technologies is complex since created by human beings. Hence, anyone can learn it and create something new.

#13 proudly presents Vimal Daga as the mentor for this program

A world record holder, Mr. Vimal Daga is a Technologist, Philanthropist & A TEDx Speaker who is dedicatedly working atowards his vision- “Awakening the youth through a culture of right education”.

He is the first one in the world to become “RedHat Certified Architect Level 25 along with Enterprise Application Level 10”. Companies benefited from his 19+ years of experience.

He has expertise in multitude of latest and high-end technologies namely Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Delphix, AppDynamics, Docker, DevOps, Cloud Computing, AWS, and many more.
2,00,000+ Students Impacted
1,50,000+ Professionals trained
75+ Global Certifications
200+ Companies benefited

Vimal's Journey
From humble beginnings to winning learners' hearts across the globe

With the expertise to deliver any technology in an easy way and a heart to share his knowledge, Vimal Daga is a self-made IT enthusiast. He is meticulous about researching the skills needed for the future and making them available for the entrepreneurs & professionals of tomorrow. The masterly IT consultant has changed the lives of many students with his inspiring teachings. 

You can be the next!

Stepping Stones of Vimal’s vision: 

Vimal Daga, in his near 20 years of experience has earned many laurels. To mention a few:

  • Became Young Entrepreneur 
  • A TedX speaker
  • Trained more than 3,50,000+ students for free
  • Two-time world record holder
  • Fastest achiever of 11 AWS global certifications (in 11 days)
  • Highest RHCA level holder (25th level with 10th level EA)
  • Creating 100s and more of entrepreneurs through his trainings

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a self paced course. Hence learn at your convenience.

No, we are not offering any corporate or group discount.

We start from the very basics, so no previous knowledge is required.

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