Sun Solaris Administration Training
Solaris roots in the BSD Operating system and is Unix based operating system. It is designed by the SUN microsystem, it’s generally called as SUNOS. Sun Microsystem provides Architecture-based processors, Scalable based processors as well as Intel-based processors. It has dominated the large UNIX workstation market. It’s usually employed for internet oriented design because it has large system availability and a large number of features.
|Course Name||Sun Solaris Administration Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and Roles of Sun Solaris Administration|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Aspiring job seekers in the field of Programming|
|Availability||Regular/Weekend Batches. 24×7 teaching assistance and support.|
What you’ll learn in Sun Solaris Administration Training Course?
- Understand Trusted Solaris concepts.
- Operate in the Secure OpenWindows working environment.
- Learn Trusted Facility Management roles.
- Use Mandatory Access Control and Labels.
- Manage files under Trusted Solaris and Auditing.
- Handle system backup and Trusted Recovery.
- Learn about Trusted Solaris system Installation.
- Understand the format of the Label Encoding file.
- Connect an unlabeled host to a Trusted Solaris network.
- Knowledge of Solaris Shell Programming, Familiarity with the Concepts of Solaris Operating System
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO UNIX
TOPICS: History of Unix, Kernel, File System Architecture, Shell, Basic Concepts of Operating Systems, UNIX and Commands
MODULE 2: INSTALLATION OF SOLARIS
TOPICS: Introduction to Solaris, Interactive Installation, Basic Concepts of Solaris, Network-Based Installation, Web-Start Installation
MODULE 3: SOFTWARE PACKAGE AND PATCH ADMINISTRATION
TOPICS: Installing, Deleting and Checking Software Packages and Patches
MODULE 4: STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN SCRIPTS
TOPICS: Open Boot Prom, Boot Sequence, Init Process, Kernel Initialization, Run Control Script
MODULE 5: USER AND GROUP ADMINISTRATION
TOPICS: Modifying Users Profile, Making and Deleting Groups, Important System Files Related to User Administration, Creating and Deleting Users from the System
MODULE 6: ADVANCED FILE PERMISSIONS
TOPICS: Creating, Deleting and Modifying ACL’s, Cron, Automation of Jobs, AT
MODULE 7: DEVICE CONFIGURATION
TOPICS: Basic Architecture of the Devices, Device Naming Convention, Reconfiguring Devices
MODULE 8: DISK, MOUNTING, AND SLICE FILE SYSTEM
TOPICS: Defining Disk Slices, Mounting Various File Systems, Automatic Mounting of File Systems
MODULE 9: QUOTAS AND BACKUP AND RECOVERY
TOPICS: Creating Quotas for Users, Auditing Quotas, Using UFSRESTORE and UFSDUMP Commands For Restoring and Backuping, Introduction to Various Types of Backup Media, Using Tar and CPIO Commands
MODULE 10: PRINTER CONFIGURATION
TOPICS: Printing Basics, Configuring Local Printer, Configuring Remote Printer, Configuring Print Server
MODULE 10: BASICS OF TCP/IP
TOPICS: OSI Reference Model, Subnetting, IP Addressing, Basics of TCP/IP
MODULE 11: INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 8I
TOPICS: Network-Based File Systems, Configuring NFS Servers for Sharing Resources, Basics of Network-Based File Systems, Using Direct And Indirect Mapping, Configuring Cache FS on Clients of NFS, Configuring NFS Clients, Configuring Autofs
MODULE 12: CUSTOM JUMPSTART INSTALLATION
TOPICS: Generating Profile for Jumpstart Installation Over the Network, Introducing the Automatic Installation on the Client
MODULE 13: DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL (DHCP)
TOPICS: Configuring Solaris as DHCP Server, Configuring Various Clients for DHCP Server
MODULE 14: NETWORK INFORMATION SERVICE (NIS)
TOPICS: Basics of NIS, Creating NIS Users, Setting Up a NIS Master Server, Client and Slave Server
MODULE 15: DNS WITH BIND 8
TOPICS: Basic of DNS And BIND8, Basis of the Internet, Configuring Various Clients, Configuring DNS for Multiple Domains and Sub Domains, Configuring DNS Primary and Secondary Servers
MODULE 16: MAIL SERVER, WEB SERVER, FTP SERVER, AND PROXY SERVER
TOPICS: Basics of Mail Servers, Configuring POP3 or IMAP Service on Solaris, Configuring SMTP Services, Introduction of Apache, Basic of Web Service, Configuring Apache for Multiple Sites, Configuring Apache for Main Site, Basics of File Transfer Protocol, Configuring PROFTPD for Anonymous FTP Service, Configuring Proxy Service, Basics of a Proxy Service, Configuring Various Clients, Creating ACL’s for Controlling Access to Internet
MODULE 17: SAMBA SERVICE AND RAID
TOPICS: Basics of File Sharing in Windows, Configuring Samba Service, Configuring Samba to Act as PDC for Windows Network, Implementing RAID with ODS, RAID, Concatenation and GROWFS, Hot Spare Pool With RAID Levels, Modem Configuration
MODULE 18: WEB-BASED ADMINISTRATION
TOPICS: Administrating the Solaris Machine Remotely, Installing Webmin on Solaris, Using Webmin as Tool
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