Certified in Operating System (OS)

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About Course

OS purposes: resource management and the extended virtual computer; historical development. Processes: critical sections and mutual exclusion, semaphores, monitors, classical problems, deadlock; process scheduling. Input and Output: hardware and software control.

Memory management: multi-programming; swapping; virtual memory, paging and symbolic segmentation; File System: operations, implementation, performance.

Operating System Security and Protection mechanisms: protection domains, access lists, capability systems, the principle of minimum privilege, security threats and attacks, encryption, and authentication

What Will You Learn?

  • A knowledge and understanding of Program OS components, such as job and process schedulers, page replacement algorithms, and file management subsystems, as well as programming interrupt handlers and contact switching

Course Content

Module 1

  • Introduction to operating systems
  • Computer-System Organization
  • Computer-System Architecture
  • Operating-System Structure
  • Operating-System Operations
  • Process Management
  • Memory Management
  • Protection and Security
  • Kernel Data Structures
  • Computing Environments
  • Open-Source Operating Systems

Module 2

Module 3

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