LPI Open Source Essentials Exam Practice Tests
Once you've completed the Complete LPI Security Essentials Exam Study Guide course, this will be the perfect way to test yourself to know how much you've learned.
The Open Source Essentials objectives are perfect for individuals who are looking to protect their digital lives. With our increasing dependence on technology, we desperately need to be aware of all the many potential security threats that can harm our digital identities, computing systems, networks, and services. This course will guide you through your preparations for taking the LPI Security Essentials certification exam. But it will also provide a comprehensive understanding of the main security threats that individuals face and teach the best practices to prevent and mitigate them.
These days, even commercial applications will utilize at least some open source code. So understanding the practical and legal implications of the various open source licenses out there can save you a lot of trouble down the road. (Just ask Google and Oracle about the millions of dollars in legal fees they paid out through the course of their dispute over terms of the GNU GPL Version 2 license.)
But knowing how to survive and thrive in the open source world is only part of the problem. You'll also need to convince other people that you're up to the task. By "other people", I mean employers, investors, team members...and your patient-but-suspicious relatives.
Sound intersting? These practice exams and an excellent first step.
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Who this course is for:
- Individuals looking to write and pass the LPI Security Essentials certification exam
- Individuals considering starting a new open source project (or collaborating on an existing project)
- Individuals or companies looking to legally and effectively incorporate open source programs and libraries into their for-profit projects
- Individuals looking to make the most of the rich world of open source and open content resources
David Clinton is an AWS solutions architect and Linux server administrator. He has written about and published training content (including books with Wiley/Sybex, Bootstrap IT, and Manning, and online courses on Udemy and Pluralsight) for many cutting edge technology subjects including Linux systems, Cloud Computing (in particular Amazon's AWS), container technologies like Kubernetes, data analytics, and DevOps tools. More than 60,000 of his books are currently in circulation and his video courses have been viewed by more than a half a million students...just like you!