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Gain a deep understanding of operating systems with IT241, a course based on the comprehensive textbook "Operating System Concepts" by Abraham Silberschatz (10th Edition, 2018). This course covers the fundamental principles and mechanisms that drive modern operating systems, preparing you to understand, design, and troubleshoot these critical components of computer systems.

 

Course Highlights:

Introduction to Operating Systems: Learn the basics of operating systems, including their purpose, functionality, and types.

Process Management: Understand how operating systems handle processes, including process scheduling, synchronization, and inter-process communication.

Memory Management: Explore the concepts of memory management, including paging, segmentation, and virtual memory.

File Systems: Study the structure and management of file systems, including file organization, storage, and access methods.

Input/Output Systems: Gain insights into I/O management and how operating systems handle various I/O devices.

Concurrency: Learn about concurrency issues and solutions, including deadlock detection, prevention, and avoidance.

Security and Protection: Understand the mechanisms operating systems use to ensure security and protect resources from unauthorized access.

Virtualization: Explore the concepts and benefits of virtualization, including virtual machines and hypervisors.

Case Studies: Analyze real-world operating systems like Windows, Linux, and UNIX to understand their design and functionality.

 

Who Should Enroll:

IT241 is ideal for students pursuing a degree in computer science or information technology, as well as professionals looking to deepen their understanding of operating systems. This course is suitable for aspiring system administrators, software developers, and anyone interested in the inner workings of operating systems.

DS351 - Operating Systems

SKU: 52534
﷼160.00 Regular Price
﷼130.00Sale Price
  • Mark Tharwat

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