We’d been talking about few of Koenig’s achievements lately. Let’s now know about Koenig’s upcoming offering – a free web session!
In line to the past initiatives, Koenig is yet again organizing a webinar for technology professionals. With the same objective, i.e. to impart valuable knowledge, we have to decided to subject this one around Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
When, How and Why?
The event is scheduled for 18th August 2012 from 10.30 to 11.30 GMT. As this is an online discussion, you can register for the same instantly. Click here now and be a part of the informational session at absolutely no charge. This is a great opportunity as participants need not travel to attend it. Just login from your system and be a part of the interactive forum for a whole new learning experience.
On the list!
There are various discussion topics on the list. Attendees will get to know about LVM, its uses and benefits. They would also learn how to configure LVM on Linux machine. The implementation of LVM on RHEL 6 machine using GUI, as well as command line tools will be amongst the other contents.
Other than this, the concepts related to the creation and management of logical columes, LVM resizing and LVM snapshot will be shared in the webinar. The session will prove more advantageous for technicians who have the knowledge of basic Linux commands and Linux file system.
The webinar will be conducted by Mukesh Kumar Sharma, Technical Manager at Koenig Solutions. He has an excellent track record with over 9 years of industry experience in training professionals on RHCE and CompTIA A+ and N+ certifications. Mukesh’s professional qualifications include various advanced-level certifications in Red Hat, Novell, Linux, Zend and DOEACC.
LVM is a Logical Volume Manager for Linux kernel. It is responsible for the management of disk drives and similar mass-storage devices. The term “volume” here means a disk drive or partition thereof.
LVM is commonly used for managing volumes on Linux and Unix machines. It enables online extension, as well as facilitates the easy management of volumes. With LVM, users can create volumes that span across several hard disk drives. This lets you create volumes bigger than the hard disk size.
An LVM can be considered as a thin software layer on the top of hard disks and partitions. This creates an illusion of continuity and ease-of-use for managing hard-drive replacement, repartitioning, and backup.
We hope that the webinar proves fruitful for you. Let us know about your experiences and feedback. We will be back soon with more information.