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Course Summary

Prerequisite: Solaris fundamentals course

Length: 5 Days


Recommendation Statement:
Student must have a minimum of six months UNIX system administration experience (any UNIX system), completed a UNIX Fundamentals course, and a strong desire to learn Solaris OS administration in an accelerated, intense environment. This course is also recommended for system administrators migrating from HP’s HP-UX, IBM’s AIX or Linux.


Course Description:
This is a fast pace/bootcamp style Solaris 11 Administration class. This course teaches basic and advanced topics in Solaris 11 system administration.   The operating system will be Oracle Solaris 11.2.  Both SPARC-based and x86-based versions of Solaris are covered in this course. Students will have access to both SPARC and x86-based Solaris servers to perform their labs.
This course prepares the student for the Oracle Certified Associate- Oracle Solaris 11 System Administrator Certification Exam (1Z0-821), the Oracle Certified Professional-  Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration exam (1Z0-822) and also the Upgrade to Oracle Solaris 11 System Administrator Exam (1Z0-820).


Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand system boot and shutdown procedures on SPARC and x86-based systems
  • Understand SPARC hardware components (devices, ILOM, OpenBoot)
  • Administer the Service Management Facility (SMF)
  • Manage and update software with the Image Packaging System (IPS)
  • Configure and manage software repositories
  • Manage Solaris UFS file systems
  • Install Solaris 11 and understand all methods of provisioning Solaris systems
  • Create and  administer user accounts
  • Understand security issues and perform security administration
  • Manage system processes
  • Perform OS backups and restorations
  • Configure the network interface and network services
  • Understand Solaris virtual networking and configure virtual network components
  • Configure IP Multipathing and Aggregations
  • Understand and administer ZFS file systems
  • Understand Oracle Solaris virtualization technologies: Partitioning, Logical Domains and Zones
  • Create and administer Solaris Zones
  • Manage system swap space
  • Manage crash dumps and core files
  • Administer Solaris 11 Boot Environments (BE)
  • Install  Solaris 11 using the Automated Installer (AI)
  • Configure Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Manage Processes and Priorities
  • Learn performance management techniques to monitor and manage system resources
  • Configure non-global Zones and the Virtual Network between zones
  • Configure the NFS Environment
  • Configure System Messaging
  • Understand  how to monitor and troubleshoot software and hardware failures
  • Understand how to use DTrace to monitor system applications and resources
  • Software and Hardware Troubleshooting techniques will be taught throughout the course

This course covers material from both the Solaris 11 Administration 1 and 2 classes.

 

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