⏳ Time to complete: Approx. 2.5 hours
📋 Prerequisite: Previous experience with virtual machines is helpful
If you would like to learn virtualization, or you would like to create a setup that involves using a dedicated hardware for various Linux servers, Proxmox is the force to reckon with.
What will you learn?
Here's what you'll learn in this Proxmox course:
- Installing Proxmox
- Creating virtual machines
- Creating containers
- Adding shared storage
- Backup and restores VMs
- Clone and templates
- Clustering and high availability
- Upgrading Proxmox
By the end of this course, you'll be able to start using Proxmox for your homelab or work setup where you can deploy multiple servers in VMs or containers and manage them effectively.
The course presumes that you are already managing Linux servers and you are completely new to the concept of virtual machines.
While it is not a deal-breaker, previous experience with virtual machines will be helpful.
Earl Wertheimer, IT Consultant in Montreal, Canada
Who is your instructor?
Doron Beit-Halahmi is a long-time system mangler who got his first taste of Linux compiling and configuring ircd servers from source in the mid 90s. He then dwelled into web hosting operations through reseller accounts and dedicated servers. Offline he plays bass, and is an avid music lover. He co-owns an internet radio station called Genesis Radio which plays all kinds of music 24X7 and features events and live shows. If you need hosting services, you can check out his current business, Genesis Hosting
How to use this mini-course?
It's quite simple actually. The course is divided into chapters. The chapters of the series are always visible in the left sidebar and you can easily switch between them. The sub-sections of a chapter are located in the right sidebar.
The next and previous chapter navigation are also present at the bottom of each chapter.
For any doubts, you can always use the comment section available under each chapter.
Let's start learning Proxmox by installing it first.