SUSE Linux 11 for Experienced Linux System Administrators — A 3 day course

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Synopsis

This course is designed to teach the key administration differences of a SUSE Linux Enterprise system.

This instructor led SUSE Linux 11 for Experienced Linux System Administrators training course is designed to teach the key administration differences of a SUSE Linux 11 Enterprise system.

Objectives

On completion of the SUSE Linux 11 for Experienced Linux System Administrators course the delegate will have knowledge of SUSE specific administration tasks within the Enterprise. They will have gained practical experience of configuring administrative, networking and security aspects of the SUSE Linux Enterprise system. The delegate will understand the technical differences to other major Linux releases.

The delegate will have knowledge in all, and practise in some, of the following:

Contents

SUSE Linux Product Offerings & Certifications

YAST

Installing SUSE

SUSE Network Installation

Monitoring Hardware

Managing The SUSE Network Environment

Managing System Services

Managing System Security

On-Line Updates

Troubleshooting & Repairing A System That Cannot Be Booted

Miscellaneous SUSE Differences

Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices

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London — £1295 (+VAT)

Suitable For

The SUSE Linux 11 for Experienced Linux System Administrators course is suitable for experienced Linux System Administrators who need to acquire knowledge of the key differences of administration on a SUSE Linux Enterprise system.

Delegates must have recent in-depth practical experience of administrating LINUX in a network environment on another LINUX platform such as RedHat or Debian.

Prerequisites

Delegates must have recent in-depth practical experience of administrating LINUX in a network environment on another LINUX platform such as RedHat or Debian.