Course Overview
Course Duration: 5 Days

The Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration training covers the full range of introductory system administration tasks on Oracle Solaris 11.3 OS. The topics covered range from installing the operating system on a single system, to monitoring and basic troubleshooting. The Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration course is designed to provide new system administrators, as well as enterprise system administrators who are new to the Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System, with the skills they need to perform their job tasks successfully and efficiently.

Learn To:

Perform software installation and software package updates.
Manage services, processes and access controls.
Administer data storage, zones, network and users.
Benefits to You

The course provides an intensive hands-on experience for key system administration tasks with the goal of making the system administrator job-ready.

Who Should Attend
System Administrator
Support Engineer

Course Certifications
This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites
Basic UNIX skills
UNIX and Linux Essentials

Course Objectives
Administer the Oracle Solaris 11 Host on an Existing Network
Administer Oracle Solaris Zones
Control Access to Systems and Files
Install Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System
Administer User Accounts
Administer System Processes and Schedule System Tasks
Manage Data by Using ZFS
Manage Boot and Shutdown of a System
Administer Services by Using SMF
Administer Software Packages by Using IPS and Manage Boot Environments
Update the OS by using IPS

Course Content
Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System
Introduction to Oracle Solaris 11 OS
Planning for Oracle Solaris 11 OS installation
Installing Oracle Solaris 11 OS by Using the Live Media Installer
Installing Oracle Solaris 11 OS Using the Text Installer
Verifying the OS Installation
Managing Boot and Shutdown of Systems
Analyze the boot design and boot process
Boot a SPARC-based system
Boot an x86-based system
Shut down a system
Administering Services by Using SMF
Describing SMF and its components
Administering SMF Services
Administering Software Packages by Using IPS
Describing IPS, its components, and interfaces
Configuring an IPS Client to Access the Local IPS Repository
Managing Package Publishers
Managing Software Packages
Managing Signed Packages and Package Properties
Managing Data by Using ZFS
Introducing ZFS
Administering ZFS Storage Pools
Administering ZFS File Systems
Administering ZFS Properties
Administering ZFS Snapshots and Clones
Administering the Network
Reviewing Networking Fundamentals
Administering Datalink Configuration
Administering a Network Interface
Administering Profile-Based Network Configuration
Configuring a Virtual Network
Verifying the Network Operations
Managing Resources on the Virtual Network
Administering Oracle Solaris Zones
Introducing Oracle Solaris Zones
Configuring an Oracle Solaris Zone
Determining an Oracle Solaris Zone Configuration
Controlling Access to Systems and Files
Controlling Access to Systems
Controlling Access to Files
Securing Access to Remote Host
Administering User Accounts
Getting Started with the User Administration
Setting Up User Accounts
Maintaining User Accounts
Configuring User Disk Quotas
Managing System Processes and System Tasks
Managing System Processes
Scheduling System Administration Tasks