Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration (level 2)

Length: 5 Days

Prerequisite: Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration (level1)

Recommendation Statement:
To succeed fully in this course, students should already know how to:

Manage files and directories ∙ Control the user work environment∙ Archive files ∙ Use remote commands ∙ Manage UFS and ZFS file systems ∙Administer Zones ∙ Install software ∙ Manage software packages using IPS tools ∙ Perform system boot procedures ∙ Understand user and security administration ∙ Manage system processes ∙ Perform system backups and recovery ∙ Understand system startup procedures and the SMF on both SPARC and the x86 platforms.

Course Description:
This course teaches advanced topics in Solaris 11 system administration. The operating system will be Oracle Solaris 11.3. The course is taught on both Sun SPARC and x86-based servers and students get access to both platforms for their labs.

This course prepares the student for the Oracle Certified Professional, Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration Exam (1Z0-822), including the Upgrade to Oracle Solaris 11 System Administrator Exam (1Z0-820)

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

  • Manage the Image Packaging System (IPS), Packages and Repositories
  • Use the Distribution Constructor tool
  • Configure an Automated Install (AI) Server and AI clients (standalones, LDoms and zones)
  • Install Guest LDoms and Zones using the Automated Installer
  • Build a “Golden Image” using the Distribution Constructor
  • Configure Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Configure custom Rights Profiles
  • Configure Virtual Network Components and a Virtual Network
  • Configure Network High Availability and Load Spreading (IPMP)
  • Configure Network Link Aggregations
  • Configure Network Flows
  • Secure System Resources Using Solaris Auditing
  • Manage Processes and Priorities
  • Evaluate and Manage the System Resources
  • Advanced Administration of Zones
  • Configure the NFS and CIFS Environment
  • Configure System Messaging
  • Understand LDoms (Oracle VM)
  • Manage guest LDoms
  • Understand how to Monitor and Troubleshoot Hardware and Software Failures
  • Monitor Performance on Virtual Systems (LDoms) and Zones