In addition to the inclusion of newer topics like virtualization, this series provides a comprehensive look at key concepts like server planning, use, maintenance, and security.
This course covers the Server Architecture objectives, domain 1.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. Within, we cover server form factors, hardware components (including CPU, memory, network, disk, expansion busses, and firmware), power, and cooling.
This course covers the Server Administration objectives, domain 2.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. You'll learn how to operate a virtualization platform, install and configure operating systems, administer servers locally and remotely, perform maintenance tasks, monitor performance, and document your environment.
This course covers the Storage objectives and domain 3.0 for the CompTIA Server+ exam. You'll learn about hard disk specifications and interfaces, configuring RAID, and storage capacity considerations. You'll also learn about the most relevant storage technologies used in the IT industry today.
This course covers the Security objectives, domain 4.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. We will compare and contrast physical security methods and concepts, the learner will apply server hardening techniques, learn basic network security systems and protocols, and will implement logical access control methods on company policy, implement data security methods, and secure storage disposal, and implement proper environmental controls and techniques.
This course covers the Networking objectives, domain 5.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. You'll learn about logical and physical network interface configuration, common ports and protocols, and network cabling and management.
This course covers the Disaster Recovery objectives, domain 6.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. You'll learn about disaster recovery sites, data replication scenarios, business continuity practices, and backup and recovery methods.
This course covers the Troubleshooting objectives, domain 7.0, for the CompTIA Server+ exam. In this course, the learner will explore troubleshooting theory and methodologies, learn to troubleshoot hardware problems, troubleshoot software problems, diagnose network problems, and diagnose security problems.
No prior experience is required.