Online Training: Accelerated Linux Core Dump Analysis

Registration for 5 2-hour sessions

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Learn how to analyze Linux process and kernel crashes and hangs, navigate through core memory dump space and diagnose corruption, memory leaks, CPU spikes, blocked threads, deadlocks, wait chains, and much more. This training uses a unique and innovative pattern-oriented diagnostic analysis approach to speed up the learning curve. The training consists of 30 practical step-by-step exercises using GDB and WinDbg debuggers highlighting almost 40 memory analysis patterns diagnosed in 64-bit core memory dumps from x64 and ARM64 platforms. The training also includes source code of modeling applications, a catalog of relevant patterns from Software Diagnostics Institute, and an overview of relevant similarities and differences between Windows and Linux memory dump analysis useful for engineers with Wintel background. In addition to various improvements, the new version of the training includes a review of relevant x64 and ARM64 disassembly and a new set of ARM64 GDB exercises.

Prerequisites: Basic Linux user skills.

Audience: Software technical support and escalation engineers, system administrators, security researchers, reverse engineers, malware and memory forensics analysts, software developers, DevSecOps and SRE, and quality assurance engineers.

Slides from the training

Before the training you get:

  • The new 3rd edition PDF book version of the training.
  • The training recording.
  • Access to Software Diagnostics Library.

After the training, you also get:

  • Personalized Certificate of Attendance with unique CID.
  • Optional Personalized Certificate of Completion with unique CID (after the tests).

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If you are interested in Windows memory dump analysis there is another forthcoming training: Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis