Unix Shell Scripting Certification Training

Learn the concepts of the most pervasive form of consumer computing

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Key Highlights

  • 30 Hours of Live Instructor-led Classes
  • 10 sessions of 3 hours each on Weekends
  • Live Project on Real-life Case Studies
  • Practical Assignments
  • Lifetime Access to Learning Management System
  • 24x7 Expert Support
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • Online Forum for Discussions

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$249.00 $499.00

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Course Overview

Unix is the most widely-used operating system whose elements are incorporated majorly in mobiles, smart televisions, internet servers, and many more technologies. It is said to be the most pervasive form of consumer computing. The Unix Shell Scripting Certification course introduces trainees to Unix commands, file handling, and creating shell scripts to perform complex tasks among a long list of useful functions.

Course Objectives

  • Get a hang of different Unix OS versions
  • Understand the architecture of Unix and its different layers
  • Learn to write and execute shell scripts; later debug them in case of errors
  • Explore advanced Unix concepts and their use in different technologies

Career Benefits

  • On course completion, learners willbe certified to take up a career in the following Unix fields:
  • Unix Infrastructure
  • Unix Testing
  • Unix Development
  • Unix Application Support
  • The professionals will also be suitable for different fields of technologies that use Unix architecture or a small part of it, like Unix SQL Production Support, Java development, Java testing, Big Data, and more.


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Who should take up?

  • Freshers interested in taking up a career in Unix development
  • Developers and testers of Unix-like systems looking to boost their career
  • Analytics Managers working on a technology related to Unix

Course Content

  • Introduction to the UNIX Operating System
  • Features of UNIX
  • Unix vs Windows and DOS Operating System
  • Different flavors of Unix
  • Unix System Architecture
  • File System Layout in Unix
  • Unix Command Usage
  • Unix Directory Structure/Hierarchy
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Unix OS
  • Accessing Unix Server
  • Getting started:Ubuntu
  • Special commands in Ubuntu (like apt-get, apt-cache, etc)
  • Basic useful Unix commands (like sleep, passwd, date, cal, etc)
  • Login related commands
  • Terminal related commands
  • Online Manual
  • Displaying Message
  • Disk related commands
  • Command for Unix OS details
  • Control Terminal Colour and Cursor
  • What are Files
  • Directories and Sub-directories
  • Types of Files
  • Naming convention of Files
  • Directory related terms
  • Wildcard Character used in Files
  • Commands to manage Directories
  • Commands to create
  • Display and delete Files
  • Commands to Managing Files (cp, mv, wc, lp, etc)
  • Piping
  • Input/Output Redirection
  • Splitting File Horizontally
  • Splitting File vertically
  • Useful File related Commands (like paste, tee, tr, cmp, comm, diff, alias, etc)
  • File Search
  • Compressing and Archiving Files
  • ln: Linking Files
  • Filter related Commands (like grep, sort, uniq, awk, etc)
  • Categories of Users and Permissions
  • Changing File Permission
  • Changing File Ownership
  • What is Superuser
  • Use of umask Command
  • Communication Commands in Network
  • Network related Commands
  • Transferring files between Local and Server
  • Copy files from server to server
  • Different types of Editors (like ed, sed, gEdit, emacs, nano, vi, vim)
  • Different modes of the vi editor
  • Screen Control
  • Navigation
  • Cursor Movement
  • Commands for saving and exit
  • Insert and Delete operation in vi
  • Searching for a pattern
  • Replace/Substitute
  • Joining Lines, Copy and Paste, Block Copy, Move and Delete, Special features of vim editor
  • Sed: Stream Editor
  • Use of xargs command
  • Different types of shell
  • What is Shell Scripting?
  • How to write and execute a Shell script file
  • Scripting Language vs Programming Language
  • Process
  • Running jobs in the background and foreground
  • Scheduling Job (at, batch, cron, nice)
  • Terminate Process Environment Variable
  • Local and Global Variables
  • Positional Parameter
  • Escape and Quoting Mechanism
  • Batch Script vs Shell Script
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Shell Script
  • Shell Arithmetic Basic Operators
  • Arrays
  • Shell Function
  • Decision Making Statement
  • Debugging Shell Scripts
  • Shell Loops
  • Loop Control flow
  • Some important Shell Script Programs
  • Objective/FAQ discussion
  • Queries/Doubt Clarification
  • Project


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