Workshop 10 : Bash Scripting For Newbies

A session at Malaysia Open Source Conference 2017 (MOSCMY 2017)

Friday 19th May, 2017

2:30pm to 4:30pm (SMT)

Workshop 10 : Bash Scripting For Newbies

Speaker : Umarzuki Mochlis Moktar

"To be a productive system admin, repetitive tasks should be avoided to be able to a fully committed on important matters such as troubleshooting systems failure. By having knowledge on bash scripting, it is hoped that participants will be able to utilise it for their system administration’s tasks.

This workshop is only meant for those that have no prior programming or linux scripting knowledge. Participant will be guided on starting out with bash scripting to automate repetitive tasks.

Topics will be covered:
1.Linus filesystem
2.Basic linux commands
3.Creating a simple bash script
4.Bash script with file input and output
5.Scheduling a bash script"

Speaker 2 : Adli

Building a networking lab with different types of hardware, servers and operating systems can be a daunting task.

You can invest the money to build your own lab using real hardware gears such as Cisco routers and switches. However, this is the most expensive option that not everyone can pay for.

The next option would be to rent rack time at one of the vendors that provide this service. It is cheaper than building your own lab and you get to practice on real equipment. However, you have to schedule the lab for an available time.

This is where your third alternative comes in really handy. We’ll build everything based on open source software.

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Umarzuki Mochlis Moktar

System Engineer at Celestra Network Communications Sdn Bhd bio from LinkedIn

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Time 2:30pm4:30pm SMT

Date Fri 19th May 2017

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