Software Infrastructure (DevOps)

Data center

A data center is a repository that houses computing facilities like servers, routers, switches and firewalls, as well as supporting components like backup equipment, fire suppression facilities and air conditioning. 

Mac OS X

Mac OS X is a development platform that supports multiple development technologies including UNIX, Java, the proprietary Cocoa and Carbon runtime environments, and a host of open source, Web, scripting, database and development technologies.


Stands for VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization certification. It validates candidate skills to implement, manage, and troubleshoot a vSphere V6.7 infrastructure, using best practices to provide a powerful, flexible, and secure foundation for business agility that can accelerate the transformation to cloud computing.

Oracle Linux System Administrator

Oracle Linux System Administrator (OCLSYSADM) installs, uses the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and configures Linux services, prepares the system for the Oracle Database, monitor, troubleshoot and more.


Stands for Red Hat Certified Engineer. RHCE is a mid- to advanced-level certification that builds on topics covered in the RHCSA certification to include more advanced topics such as security and installing common enterprise networking (IP) services.


Stands for Microsoft Certified Professional. MCPs are certified professionals who focus on Microsoft information technology plans and applications. 


Stands for Red Hat Certified System Administrator. RHCSA is an entry-level certification that focuses on actual competencies at system administration, including installation and configuration of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system and attach it to a live network running network services.


Stands for "Virtual Local Area Network," or "Virtual LAN." A VLAN is a custom network created from one or more existing LANs. It enables groups of devices from multiple networks (both wired and wireless) to be combined into a single logical network.

System engineering

Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary field of engineering and engineering management that focuses on how to design and manage complex systems over their life cycles.

System administration

System administration refers to the management of one or more hardware and software systems.

Software installations and upgrades

Software installation refers to the particular configuration of a software or hardware with a view to making it usable with the computer. Software upgrade refers to any major upgrade to the software that adds significant or completely new changes to the program.


A server is a computer program or a device that provides functionality for other programs or devices, called "clients". This architecture is called the client–server model, and a single overall computation is distributed across multiple processes or devices. 

Red Hat

Red Hat, Inc. is an American multinational software company providing open source software products to the enterprise community.

Hardware installation

The process of installing, configuring and testing a new piece of hardware in a computer. New hardware installed in a computer is system memory, hard drives, video cards, sounds cards, rom drives (CD/DVD/Blue-Ray rom drives), power supplies, and motherboards.


Development + Operations. Software development method that emphasizes communication, collaboration, integration and automation. The method acknowledges the interdependence of software development, QA, and IT operations, and aims to help an organization rapidly produce software products and services and to improve operations performance.


Advanced Interactive eXecutive (AIX) is an enterprise-class UNIX operating system for the POWER and PowerPC IBM processor architecture and also IBM Servers: pSeries, System P and Power Systems.

Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is object cloud storage that used for storage and retrieving data in the internet. The storage is secured, always available for the client from any point on the earth via internet and it is limitless (the bigger your storage, the more client has to pay a month rent).


Advanced Message Queuing Protocol is an open protocol for transferring messages between system components with low latency and at high speed. AMQP has three basic concepts: exchange, queue, routing key.


Configuration management system, used to automate the configuration and deployment of software. Typically used to manage Linux nodes, but Windows is also supported. It is often used for management resources of the IT infrastructures.


Cross-platform (can be used on most of operating systems) web-server software. Apache provides the ability to work in a web browser via the HTTP.


A set of middleware technologies for Windows Server that provide enhanced hosting, management, caching capabilities for web applications and middle-tier services.


Applicability Statement 2 is an encrypted protocol for transporting data securely and reliably over the internet. It focuses on encrypting data rather than the transport channel, providing end-to-end to ensure security.


Bourne-Again SHell is the most popular command shell in unix-like systems, especially in GNU / Linux. BASH is not only a command shell, it is also an excellent scripting programming language.


Stands for Border Gateway Protocol. An application layer protocol for exchanging information between autonomous systems. Basically, it is the protocol that routes traffic and makes the Internet work. BGP makes routing decisions based on network rules and policies, as well as on the path.

BMC Portal

Management control portal made in a web-based browser, used for monitoring and minimizing implementation and maintenance across client consoles for all BMC products. The Portal also offers a common workflow and usage experience across BMC products for sign-on, navigation, reporting, data manipulation.

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