Module 1: Windows Subsystem for Linux
- a) Architecture and Security
- b) WSL integration with Windows – file systems, networking, processes
- c) Empower your developers with Windows Subsystem for Linux
- d) Update Management
Workshop: What’s new in Windows Server 2019 – Virtual Class with Miłosz Piasecki
Open Virtual Class – CQURE Workshop with Labs!
July 13th – 14th, 2020 (9:00am – 4:00pm CEST Monday to Tuesday)
OPEN VIRTUAL CLASS
This is an international Open Virtual Class, which means you will share the learning experience in a group of IT pros from around the world! The class is taught in English by Miłosz Piasecki, CQURE’s prodigy Cybersecurity Expert! Remember that this course is limited to 12 participants total to ensure the highest quality and unique learning experience! During this course you will have an opportunity to interact with the instructor and get Mike’s help with any problems you might encounter, just as if it was a regular workshop.
About the course
How will the business or end users benefit from the new features of Windows Server 2019? Learn about the new enhanced capabilities of the Windows 2019 starting from server virtualization, storage, software-defined networking, server management and automation, web and application platform, access to information protection, virtual desktop infrastructure, and many more.
During this 2-day course you will expand your knowledge in terms of all the novelties in the newest version of Windows server 2019!
System administrators, infrastructure architects, systems engineers, network administrators, IT professionals and other people responsible for implementing and managing Windows Servers and are eager to get up and running with Windows Server 2019
To attend this training, you should have good hands-on experience in administering Windows infrastructure.
After the workshop, you will receive presentation slides, along with over 3 weeks of additional access to the lab environment.
Platform and Technical Requirements:
To participate in the course you need a Stable internet connection. For the best learning experience we also need you to have a webcam, headphones and a microphone. Open RDP port 3391 for the connection to the Lab environment is needed as well. We will setup a secure Zoom classroom for every day of the course – we will send you a safe link to join the conference by e-mail.
After finishing the course, you will be granted a CQURE Certificate of Completion. Please note that after completing the course you will also be eligible to claim CPE points!
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Miłosz Piasecki is CQURE’s prodigy Cybersecurity Specialist and aspiring team leader with his main focus being programming, networking and most of all Windows security. Miłosz is an enthusiastic, hard-working individual with an interest in social engineering, penetration testing, cryptography and virtualization-based technologies.
At CQURE his is also responsible for demos design and creation, building virtual labs and developing scripts. Privately Miłosz is interested in social influence mechanisms, enjoys travelling, skiing, motorcycling and archery.