With the technology training to the Univention corporate server (UCS) published the Medialinx IT Academy a new, star-studded online training for system administrators and IT professionals Munich, Bremen 22.10.2013 – new technology training to the Univention corporate server (UCS) shows Univention developers and Debian expert Philipp Hahn, how to integrate the Univention server as network and domain controller perfectly into existing IT environments. In the German-speaking countries is Univention corporate server (UCS) already for more than a decade successfully in use. Companies of various sectors and public institutions appreciate the opportunities offered by this popular alternative to Microsoft server operating system, regardless of proprietary IT solutions company to provide and manage efficiently. The server solution of Univention GmbH in Bremen is a well established open source solution with integrated, web-based management system for the operation and management of IT. The product allows it both server, services, clients, Central, highly scalable and cross-platform to manage desktops and users within the company.
The foundations for the successful use of UCS in their own company, the teacher Philipp Hahn with numerous hands-on transmit exercises from the practice. Students can benefit from the experience of the valve operating at the Univention GmbH as a software developer for the areas of virtualization, kernel, and network services. Content of the roughly six-hour course at the price of 299,-are the use of UCS in the Windows such as Windows domain controller or use as a mail service for Zarafa clients in addition to the introduction to the UCS base and management system. For more information about the new online training see: courses/univention corporate server-ucs technology training is a crucial advantage of Medialinx IT Academy online training that participants can take the content in their individual learning pace. Employees are completely flexible in its Scheduling, so that training connect easily with the daily business. This minimizes downtime, which are inevitable when the presence detector training.