CompTIA Linux+ is a vendor-neutral certification that validates the skills and knowledge required to install, configure, and manage Linux operating systems.
It is designed for IT professionals who work with Linux in a business environment and covers a wide range of topics, including command-line skills, user administration, file permissions, software configurations, network protocols, and system security.
To obtain the CompTIA Linux+ certification, candidates must pass both exams. The certification is valid for three years and can be renewed by passing a renewal exam or by earning Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
The CompTIA Linux+ certification is an entry-level certification, and it can help professionals start their careers in Linux system administration, network administration, or cybersecurity. It is also a valuable credential for those who want to enhance their Linux skills and knowledge or demonstrate their proficiency to their employers.