High Park Farm
Notts NG23 7NZ.
Solaris 11 Advanced Systems
First Alternative price: £1300 Vendor
price: £2475 + VAT
This course is being retired soon!
This 5-day advanced course follows
on from the Solaris 11 System Administration
course, and covers advanced areas of
administration such as Zones, automated
installs, virtual networks, IP multipathing,
role-based access control, system backup and
restore, advanced ZFS topics and more.
The course is run using SPARC systems, with
fully detailed Intel examples and supplement
provided. (See topic list below). This
course provides training to a level needed for
the Oracle Certified Professional Oracle Solaris
11 System Administrator exam 1Z0-822; for full
details of the Solaris certifications, click
Solaris Certification. .
This course is
comparable with the Oracle D72967GC20 Advanced
System Administration for the Solaris
11 Operating System course.
bottom for special savings! For pricing for a course run
especially for your organisation, please see our
COURSE DATES: This course is being retired
after the October event.
Call 01636-893673 for booking
and payment options, including multiple
INTENSITY: About 30% of the
course is practicals, and 70% lectures.
RESOURCE: Each student will
have exclusive use of SPARC Logical domains for
the duration of the course. Each student will be
provided with a full set of training notes.
PREREQUISITES: Knowledge of
Solaris up to a level taught in our Solaris 11
Administration (S11A) course is important,
and some previous administration experience is
helpful. Please call if you require any advice.
PRACTICALS / TAKEAWAYS: Each
student leaves the course with their own set of
training notes for the material covered; around
120 pages per day of training, plus an
electronic copy of the notes which can be
enabled on a single laptop or PC.
Every student who attends
this course will be issued with a signed
certificate of course completion, which we
will be happy to "authenticate" upon
On this course, we hand out
a number of quick reference sheets to each
student on subjects such as vi and Unix
SOFTWARE VERSIONS: This
course is based on Solaris 11.3. The course is
run using SPARC systems, and a fully detailed
Intel supplement to the notes is provided.
This course is not suitable for
other versions of Unix.
Configure and manage local IPS release and
Manage boot environments with beadm and
Automate Solaris 11 operating system
installs using the Automated Installer,
including conversion of Solaris 10 Jumpstart
rules and profiles.
Create Unified Archives for system recovery
Deploy Unified Archives to systems and
Manage application data storage using ZFS
dataset properties, including restores and
Configure and manage virtual networks in
Solaris 11, with resource controls.