LPIC-3 Virtualization and Containerization v3.0

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Become a certified expert in Linux virtualization and containerization with LPIC-3 v3.0. Gain advanced skills in cluster management, cloud deployment, and security, setting the benchmark for IT professionals in complex infrastructure scenarios.
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The LPIC-3 Virtualization and Containerization v3.0 certification focuses on advanced Linux skills in virtualization and container technologies. It covers concepts, tools, and techniques, emphasizing installation, configuration, and management of Linux systems in virtualized and containerized environments. The certification is a global benchmark for IT professionals managing complex infrastructure scenarios.


Course Benefits

By the end of this course, you will be able to:-

  • Master advanced Linux skills in virtualization and containerization.
  • Efficiently deploy, manage, and operate virtual machines and containerized workloads.
  • Gain expertise in cluster management, machine deployment, and cloud management.
  • Enhance credibility in the Linux field with recognized global certification..


  • Comprehensive knowledge of LPIC 2 topics.
  • Proficiency in Linux systems administration.
  • Understanding of virtualization techniques and technologies.
  • Familiarity with different types of containers and containerization tools.
  • Experience in creating, deploying, and maintaining Linux containers.
  • Knowledge of OpenStack, Cloud Foundry PaaS technologies, and Kubernetes.

Course Outline

  • Review of LPIC 2 topics.
  • Advanced Linux system administration.

  • Understanding virtualization platforms.
  • Resource and device management in virtual environments.

  • Overview of container types and tools.
  • Creating, deploying, and managing Linux containers.

  • Configuring virtual networks.
  • Security considerations for virtual environments.

  • Creation, allocation, and management of system resources.
  • Managing devices in a virtualized context.