SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Administration Training
This course is designed to provide you with a basic understanding of more advanced concepts used in the administration of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2 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 11.2.
During this course, you learn the following concepts and skills fundamental to understanding SLES 11.2:
- Install SLE 11.2
- Manage System Installation
- Administer Linux Processes and Services
- Administer Storage
- Configure the Network
- Manage Hardware
- Configure Remote Access
- Monitor SLE 11.2
- Automate Tasks
- Manage Backup and Recovery
- Administer User Access and Security
- Content Specific to the LPIC-1 Exam in the Addendum
Before taking this course, you should have fundamental knowledge of the Linux Operating System either through attendance of Course 3115 - SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2 Fundamentals or another equivalent course.
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 Novell Certified Linux Administrator 11.2 Exam or the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 exams.
SECTION 1: Install SLE
SECTION 2: Manage System Initialization
SECTION 3: Administer Linux Processes and Services
SECTION 4: Administer Storage
SECTION 5: Configure the Network
SECTION 6: Manage Hardware
SECTION 7: Configure Remote Access
SECTION 8: Monitor SLE 11.2
SECTION 9: Automate Tasks
SECTION 10: Manage Backup and Recovery
SECTION 11: Administer User Access and Security
Course 3101 and 3102 LPIC-1 Addendum
- Objective 1: Use Debian Package Management
- Objective 2: yum Package Management
- Objective 3: SQL Data Management
- Objective 4: Install and Configure X11
- Objective 5: Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
- Objective 6: Fundamentals of TCP/IP (dig)
|This is traditional instructor-led classroom training. Students are taught in person using classroom
computers for labs.
||Still instructor-led, this method allows students to participate remotely using a home or office computer with a
microphone and earphones. Classroom computers are used over the Internet to complete labs.
||Materials used in the classroom are provided. No instructor or computers provided. Can be studied at
student's own pace.
|Length: 5 Days
||Length: 5 Days
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