Ubuntu Linux Training Program

Ubuntu Linux Training Program

Ubuntu Linux Training Program

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SYS-EDís Ubuntu Linux base training program is comprised of desktop support, Linux installation and support, and server administration; the standard duration is 12 days. A lesson plan based upon the standards of the New York State Department of Education will be provided as part of qualifying the subject matter, examples, exercises, and program duration. Most clients elect to incorporate project specifications into the training program:

  • Integrating an Ubuntu Linux workstation with a Microsoft active directory network.
  • Utilization of Ubuntu as the base operating system on a laptop computer and mobile devices.
  • Integration of a Ubuntu Linux Server with UNIX and Microsoft web servers.
  • Ubuntu to support both cloud guest and cloud infrastructures across X86 and ARM architectures.

SYS-ED's training programs utilize the full complement of delivery medium: distance-learning, web-based, and technology driven classrooms. As part of conducting a training program, subject matter is organized for utilization in courseware as a learning center. In order to accommodate employee workloads and staff in remote geographic locations, component courses can be scheduled over non-consecutive weeks utilizing a combination of classroom training and distance-learning. At the client's discretion, checklist of completed tasks, validation assessment, and a final examination can be utilized.

Ubuntu Linux Training Program

Base Program Duration
Learning Path
Linux-variants
Linux-variant by Function
PC Applications
MS Operating System and Networking
 
Technology Updates
Ubuntu Linux
Apache Web Server SUSE WebYast
MS Windows 7 MS Windows 8
MS Windows Server MS Virtualization Server
 
Trends in the Market
Linux and Ubuntu Operating System
Linux, UNIX, and Microsoft Internetworking

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Why SYS-ED for Ubuntu Linux Training

Why SYS-ED

Ubuntu Linux Desktop for Users 1 day
Ubuntu Linux Desktop Support 3 days
Linux Installation, Configuration, and Support 4 days
Ubuntu Linux Server Administration 4 days

Base Program Duration

12 days
Optional Courses  
MS Windows Server 2008: Administration 4 days
MS Windows Server 2008: Active Directory Domain Services 4 days
MS Windows Server 2012: Overview 1 days
MS Windows Server 2012: Administration 5 day
UNIX, Linux, and MS Windows: Diagnostics and Tuning 3 days

Module: Ubuntu Linux Desktop for Users
Duration: 1 day
Major Topics:
1. Ubuntu featureset 2. Using the Internet 3. OpenOffice applications
4. Customizing the desktop and applications 5. Images and photos 6. Music and videos
7. Partitions and booting    

Module: Ubuntu Linux Desktop Support
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1. Installation 2. Software support 3. Network
4. Printing 5. Security 6. Desktop customization
7. Managing files 8. Bourne shell 9. Taking control of the system
10. Shell guidelines 11. System optimization  

Module: Linux Installation, Configuration, and Support
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Featureset 2. Linux installation 3. System management tools
4. Installation techniques 5. Start-up and shutdown 6. System administration tools
7. X Window system 8. RAID: Redundant Array of Independent Disks 9. File systems
10. Kernel compilation and configuration 11. User-level administration and security 12. Networking

Module: Ubuntu Linux Server Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Installation and configuration 2. Network services 3. Administration
4. Logical volumes 5. Desktop deployment 6. Backups
7. Print servers 8. Packages 9. Virtualization
10. Security 11. OpenLDAP 12. File management
13. Processes    

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Introduction 2. Windows Server 2008 administration 3. Active Directory
4. Configuring and managing the system 5. File system security 6. Network components and services
7. Shared folders and printers 8. Active Directory Administration 9. High-availability environment
10. Performance management 11. Securing Windows Server 2008  

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Active Directory Domain Services
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Windows Server featureset 2. AD: Active Directory fundamentals 3. ADPrep
4. Active Directory forest: creation 5. Active Directory replication 6. DSFR: Distributed File System Replication
7. Interoperability of the Active Directory 8. Controller roles - configure 9. Read only DNS zones
10. Active Directory integrated zones 11. Trust configuration 12. Group Policy

Module: MS Windows Server 2012: Overview
Duration: 1 day
Major Topics:
1. Server Manager 2. Converting to Server Core 3. PowerShell
4. Active Directory configuration 5. MS Online Backup 6. DAC: Dynamic Access Control - configuring user claims
7. Resource properties and file classifications 8. Central access rules and policies 9. IPAM: IP address management
10. Hyper-V 11. Virtual networks 12. Enhanced performance
13. PowerShell for managing Hyper-V    

Module: MS Windows Server 2012: Administration
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Group policy infrastructure 2. Managing user desktops 3. User and service accounts
4. AD DS: Active Directory Domain Services 5. DNS: configuration and troubleshooting 6. Remote access
7. NPS: Network Policy Server 8. NAP: Network Access Protection 9. FSRM: File Server Resource Manager
10. DFS namespaces and replication 11. Auditing 12. Server images
13. Windows deployment services 14. Monitoring tools  

Module: UNIX, Linux, and MS Windows: Diagnostics and Tuning
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1. Hardware and devices: configuring and troubleshooting 2. Networking: configuration and troubleshooting 3. Security: configuring and troubleshooting
4. Troubleshooting MS Windows start-up 5. XP, Vista 7: maintenance and optimization 6. Remote Desktop support
7. Problem analysis tools 8. Performance monitoring tools 9. CPU bottlenecks
10. Memory bottlenecks 11. Disk bottlenecks  

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