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UNIX Solaris Operations and Network Administration Training Program

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The Solaris Operations and Network Administration training program is comprised of the operating system, system administration, and network administration; the standard duration is 12 days. A lesson plan based upon the standards of the New York State Department of Education is used for qualifying the subject matter, examples, and exercises. Educational consultancy topics, inclusive of project specifications also can be incorporated into the program.

  • For new employees with minimal experience, basic commands, system navigation, Solaris documentation, and online help is provided.
  • For experienced information technology professionals, the training program can be directed to commercial enterprise software: Oracle, IBM, or mobile devices application development.

SYS-ED's training programs are taught using multiple delivery medium: distance-learning, classroom instruction, and blended learning. In order to accommodate employee workloads and staff in remote geographic locations, component courses can be scheduled over non consecutive weeks combining classroom instruction and distance-learning. At the client's discretion, a record of completed assignments, validation assessment, and final examination can be utilized.

Solaris Operations and Network Administration Training Program

Base Program Duration
Distance-learning Service
Technology Update
UNIX Administration
 
Emerging Trends
Solaris, Oracle, and Red Hat Linux

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Why SYS-ED for Solaris Operations and Network Administration Training

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Solaris Operating System 4 days
Solaris System Administration 4 days
Solaris: Network Administration 4 days

Base Program Duration

12 days
Optional Courses  
Solaris: New Features 5 days

Module: Solaris Operating System
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Desktop in the Solaris operating system 2. Online help resources 3. Command-line features
4. Directories and files 5. Solaris operating system directory contents: changing 6. vi editor
7. Commands within the shell 8. File permissions 9. ACLs: Access Control Lists - configuration
10. Searching files and directories 11. Process control 12. Shell functionality
13. Shell scripts: reading 14. Creating archives 15. Files: compressing, viewing, and uncompressing
16. Remote connections and file transfers    

Module: Solaris: System Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Installation 2. Solaris directory hierarchy 3. Local disk devices
4. Solaris file systems 5. Mounts and unmounts 6. Package administration
7. Boot prom commands 8. Performing boot and shutdown procedures 9. User administration
10. System security 11. Printer services 12. System processes
13. File system backups and restores    

Module: Solaris: Network Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Networking concepts 2. Network addressing 3. NFS
4. autofs 5. cachefs 6. Configuring anonymous FTP server
7. syslog Daemon 8. Network interface configuration 9. Router configuration
10. DNS: Domain Name Service 11. Apache web server 12. Setting up a printer
13. TCP/IP model 14. ARP and RARP 15. IP configuration
16. IPv6 configuration 17. Transport layer 18. DHCP configuration

Module: Solaris: New Features
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Expanded featureset and facilities 2. Containers 3. Zones
4. Resource management 5. Authentication changes 6. Controlling access to devices
7. RBAC: Role Based Access Control 8. System resources 9. DTRACE - features and architecture
10. New tunable parameters 11. New commands and options 12. SMF: Service Management Facility

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SYS-ED's websites compile, organize, and present software specific and established operational categorizations of information technology. They provide a framework for assessing knowledge transfer: web-based training, classroom instruction, technology updates, courseware, training aids, learning paths, and validation assessment.

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Footnote 1:

David Silverberg and David Shapiro were both among the first wave of technologist and programmers who evaluated the UNIX operating system and designed and coded C programs. Dave Silverberg was coding programs and reviewing source code and later taught classes at Bell Laboratories. David Shapiro, in conjunction with classmates at Union College and Cornell University, became familiar with the capabilities and long term potential of low level programming languages, and early versions of both UNIX and BASIC.

Footnote 2:

SYS-EDís core UNIX curriculum has been submitted to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for review.