3102 SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Administration 2017-10-18T17:25:01+00:00

3102: SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Administration

This course is designed to provide you with a basic understanding of more advanced concepts used in the administration of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Operating system. The skills taught in this class are essential and prerequisite to learning the skills of an entry level Linux administrator or help desk technician in an enterprise environment. This is the second course in the Certified Linux Administrator curriculum, developed for SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.

Before taking this course, you should have fundamental knowledge of the Linux Operating System either through attendance of Course 3101 – SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Fundamentals or another equivalent course.

Target Audience
This course is designed for system administrators who need to become familiar with the Linux operating system. It is also ideal for those who would like to prepare for the Certified Linux Administrator 11 Exam or the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 exams.

Duration: 4 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Rs.12,000/- (Plus GST)

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Course Outline

SECTION 1 Install SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
– Objective 1 Perform a SLES 11 Installation
– Objective 2 Perform a SLED 11 Installation
– Objective 3 Troubleshoot the Installation Process

SECTION 2 Manage System Initialization
– Objective 1 Describe the Linux Load Procedure
– Objective 2 Manage GRB(Grand Unified Bootloader)
– Objective 3 Manage Runlevels

SECTION 3 Administer Linux Processes Work
– Objective 1 Describe How Linux Processes Work
– Objective 2 Manage Linux Processes

SECTION 4 Administer the Linux File System
– Objective 1 Select a Linux File System
– Objective 2 Configure Linux File System Partitions
– Objective 3 Manage Linux File System
– Objective 4 Configure Logical Volume Manager(LVM) and Software RAID
– Objective 5 Set up and Configure Disk Quotas

SECTION 5 Configure the Network
– Objective 1 Understand Linux Network Terms
– Objective 2 Manage the Network Configuration Information from YaST
– Objective 3 Set Up Network interface with the ip Tool
– Objective 4 Set Up Routing with the ip Tool
– Objective 5 Test the Network connection with command line tools
– Objective 6 Configure the Hostname and Name Resolution

SECTION 6 Manage Hardware
– Objective 1 Describe how device drivers work in Linux
– Objective 2 Manage Kernel Modules Manually
– Objective 3 Describe the sysfs File System
– Objective 4 Describe how udev Works

SECTION 7 Configure Remote Access
– Objective 1 Provide Secure Remote Access with OpenSSH
– Objective 2 Enable Remote Administration with YaST
– Objective 3 Access Remote Desktops Using Nomad

SECTION 8 Monitor SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 system
– Objective 1 Monitor a SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 system
– Objective 2 Use System Logging Services
– Objective 3 Monitor Login Activity

SECTION 9 Automate Tasks
– Objective 1 Schedule jobs with cron
– Objective 2 Schedule jobs with at

SECTION 10 Manage Backup and Recovery
– Objective 1 Develop a Backup Strategy
– Objective 2 Backup Files with YaST
– Objective 3 Create Backups with tra
– Objective 4 Create Backups on Magnetic Tape
– Objective 5 Copy Data with dd
– Objective 6 Mirror Directories with rsync
– Objective 7 Automate Data Backups with cron

SECTION 11 Administer User Access and System Security
Objective 1 Configure User Authentication with PAM
Objective 2 Manage and secure the Linux User Environment
Objective 3 Use Access Control(ACLs) for Advanced Access Control
Objective 4 Implement a Packet-Filtering Firewall with SuSEfirewall2

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