UNIX Fundamentals
FMIT-17

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
This course introduces the Sun Solaris 10 Operating Environment implementation of UNIX and will provide an understandable and practical guide into the complex world of UNIX. It offers a unique blend of command-line and GUI tasks, allowing participants to discover the full potential of the system without facing the obscurity and complexity of the operating environment.


Who would benefit:
System administrators that are migrating to other platforms & IT professionals


The UNIX OS foundations: the file system, the kernel and shell
Environments, user interfaces and system customization
File system operations: security, file management
Controlling the system: process management and monitoring
The VI editor
Working in a networked environment
Backup and archiving

UNIX Shell Programming
FMIT-18

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
With large number of desktops/servers to maintain, or in a heterogeneous environment, system administration certainly becomes a complex task. System Administrators will need to develop and customize their own automation tools in order to address the leverage of time and resource requirement of this task. This course covers everything needed for the ultimate system administration automation right from creation of customized commands to the development of complex selfmaintaining autonomous systems.

Who would benefit:
Professionals from all disciplines


Understand, compare and use Unix Shells
Script files properties, its management and best practices
Variables, special symbols and basic commands
Communicating with the script: command-line parameters, user input, variable exporting
Conditions, loops and arithmetic operations
Arrays

Sun Solaris System Administration I
FMIT-19

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
This course engages the participant with the most efficient, secure, and reliable operating system ever built. It provides direct experience with the most essential system administration tasks in the Solaris OS while acquiring crucial system management skills.


Who would benefit:
System administrators


Introducing the Solaris OS Directory Hierarchy
Managing local disk devices
Describing interface configurations
Managing Solaris OS UFS file systems to the ZFS file system
Performing mounts and unmounts
Performing Solaris OS package administration
Controlling system processes
Solaris operating system

Sun Solaris System Administration II
FMIT-20

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
This course expands the participant’s mastery of Solaris OS. It provides hands-on experience with more complex and integrated administration concepts, and builds upon the Part 1 course. Skills in essential system administration. . The course prepares the participant for the Sun System Administration certification exam.

Who would benefit:
System administrators


Managing Swap configuration
Managing Crash Dumps and Core Files
Configuring NFS
Configuring AutoFS
Describing RAID
Configuring Solaris Volume Manager software
Configuring Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
Configuring system messaging

HP-UX System and Network Administration I
FMIT-03

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
This course is the first of two courses that prepares system administrators to successfully configure, manage, maintain, and administer HPUX servers in a networked environment. It focuses on configuring disks, file systems, peripherals, and user accounts, as well as managing and configuring core OS, patches, and application software.

Who would benefit:
System administrators


Navigating the SMH
Managing users and groups
Navigating the HP-UX file system
Configuring hardware
Booting Integrity systems
Configuring the kernel
Managing software with SD-UX
Managing patches with SD-UX

HP-UX System and Network Administration II
FMIT-04

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
This course is the second of two courses that prepare system administrators to successfully administer HP- UX servers in a networked environment. Successful completion of HP-UX System and Network Administration I and II will help students prepare for the HP-UX (CSA) exam.

Who will benfit:
System administrators


Configuring IP Connectivity
Configuring IP Routing
Configuring Subnetting
Managing depots with SD-UX
Configuring LDAP-UX
Starting Network Services
Configuring Network File Systems (NFS)
Configuring AutoFS
Configuring Domain Name Service (DNS)
Configuring Secure Shell (SSH)