Apache HTTP Server (httpd) Training Courses

Apache Training Courses

OpenLogic offers Apache training courses covering everything from the basics to advanced techniques for Apache web server administration. Every Apache training engagement is customized to ensure the content and training materials align with your business, technology, and organizational needs. Our most popular Apache training courses are listed below.

Introduction to Apache Administration

Introduction to Apache HTTP Server Administration teaches system administrators and developers how to install, configure, and maintain the world's leading web server. This course teaches students how to work with a standard Apache installation. By the end of the class each student understands standard configuration practices, can work with log files, and can describe the architecture of Apache HTTPD.

Advanced Apache Administration

Advanced Apache HTTP Server Administration is geared towards developers and administrators who want to gain a production-quality command of Apache web server. This course builds on topics covered in the introductory Apache training course by teaching students how to how to build their own installation, including everything from compilation to including modules. Students also examine different system architecture techniques including load balancing, clustering, and reverse proxying.

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Open Source Training Courses

Training courses are available for a wide range of open source software packages, including:

OpenLogic also offers training on topics such as open source clustering, open source build and test tools, web services, and application development management. See the entire training course catalog »

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