3103: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Administration

Overview
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, inter-operable and manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services . In this class you will learn the tasks essential to the server administration

Pre-Requisites
Before taking this course you should have administration knowledge of the Linux operating system either through attendance of courses 3102 – SUSE Linux Enterprise Administration or another equivalent courses

Target Audience
The course is designed for those who already have experience with Linux administration technologies including general system configuration and command line work. The course is ideal for those seeking advanced administration skills on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and those who have completed previous two courses on the CLP curriculum and those preparing to take CLP practicum Exam.

Duration: 4 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Rs.10,000/- (Plus Service Tax)

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Course Outline:

SECTION 1 Enable Fundamental Network Service
– Objective 1 Configure NFS (Network File System)
– Objective 2 Configure Time on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
– Objective 3 Enable the Extended Internet Daemon (xinetd)
– Objective 4 Enable an FTP Server

SECTION 2 Manage Printing
– Objective 1 Configure CUPS
– Objective 2 Manage Print Jobs and Queues
– Objective 3 Understand how CPUS Works
– Objective 4 Configure and manage Print Server Access
– Objective 5 Use the web interface to Manage a CUPS Server

SECTION 3 Configure and use OpenLDAP
– Objective 1 Describe How LDAP Works
– Objective 2 Install and configure OpenLDAP on SLES11
– Objective 3 Add,Mpdify, and Delete Entries to the LDAP Directory Trees

SECTION 4 Configure and use Samba
– Objective 1 Describe the Roles and function of samba
– Objective 2 Configure a simple File Server with Samba
– Objective 3 Configure Samba Authentication
– Objective 4 Use Sambas Client Tools
– Objective 5 Use Samba as a Domain Controller
– Objective 6 Integrate Samba into a Windows Domain

SECTION 5 Configure a Web Server
– Objective 1 Set up a Basic Web Server with Apache
– Objective 2 Configure Virtual Hosts
– Objective 3 Limit Access to the Web server
– Objective 4 Configure Apache with OpenSSL
– Objective 5 Install PHP

SECTION 6 Configure and use IPv6
– Objective 1 Understand IPv6 Theory
– Objective 2 Configure IPv6 on SLE 11

SECTION 7 Perform a Health Check and Performance Tuning
– Objective 1 Find Performance Bottlenecks
– Objective 2 Reduce System and Memory Load
– Objective 3 Optimize the Storage System
– Objective 4 Tune the Network Performance

SECTION 8 Create Shell Scripts
– Objective 1 Bash Basics
– Objective 2 Use Basic Script Elements
– Objective 3 Understand Variables and Command Substitution
– Objective 4 Use Control Structures
– Objective 5 Use Arithmetic Operators
– Objective 6 Read User Input
– Objective 7 Use Arrays
– Objective 8 Finalize the Course Project
– Objective 9 Use Advanced Scripting Techniques
– Objective 10 Learn about Useful Commands in Shell Scripts

SECTION 9 Deploy SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
– Objective 1 Introduction to AutoYaST
– Objective 2 Installation Server:Setup and use
– Objective 3 Set up PXE Boot for Installations
– Objective 4 Create a configuration File for AutoYaST
– Objective 5 Perform an Automated Installation

SECTION 10 Manage Virtualization with Xen
– Objective 1 Understand How Virtualization with Xen Works
– Objective 2 Install Xen
– Objective 3 Manage Xen Domains with Virt-manager
– Objective 4 Manage Xen Domains from the Command Line
– Objective 5 Understand Xen Networking

SECTION 11 Prepare for the Novell CLP 11 Practicum
– Objective 1 Install a Xen Environment
– Objective 2 Configure a web server
– Objective 3 Configure a Samba File Server
– Objective 4 Automate System tasks