Training On Demand: Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration

  • Use AI to install OS on multiple hosts, manage packages quickly and efficiently
  • Configure the network and the failover traffic
  • Manage services and their properties
  • Configure virtual zones and networks
  • Use ZFS to manage enterprise applications

System administrators, support engineers, technical consultants, systems configuration managers, data administrators.

Experience with Oracle Solaris Zones, knowledge of ZFS file system and Oracle Solaris 11 system administration (see USB200 training).

3 Days.

Official Solaris OracleTOD training (Training On Demand): – the course has the same content as the face-to-face course, – it consists of videos produced by Oracle experts, – the labs must be booked in advance and available for 1 week, – the videos are in English with the possibility of displaying the subtitles (possibility of selecting the text to make the translation if necessary), – at any time, it is possible to question a trainer in writing (answer under 24 h working days) – you have 3 months to follow the theoretical part from your activation of the TOD For “remote” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool depending on the case, allowing the trainer to ” adapt your pedagogy.Find all the details on distance sessions or virtual classes on our website.

Training On Demand

You can take this course at your own pace with access to videos from Oracle experts and labs

Managing the Image Packaging System (IPS) and Packages

Configuring a Local IPS Package Repository
Configuring Network Client Access to the Local IPS Server
Managing Signed Packages and Package Properties
Managing Package Publishers
Managing Multiple Boot Environments

Installing Oracle Solaris 11 OS on Multiple Hosts

Installing an Oracle Solaris 11 Using the Automated Installer Building an Oracle Solaris Image

Managing Business Application Data

Managing Data Redundancy with Mirrored Storage Pools
Backing Up and Recovering Data with ZFS Snapshots
Managing Data Storage Space with ZFS File System Properties
Troubleshooting ZFS Failures

Configuring Network and Traffic Failover

Configuring Systems on a Local Network
Configuring Network Auto-Magic
Configuring Network File System
Configuring Link Aggregation
Configuring an IPMP Group
Implementing Link Failover Using IPMP Monitoring an IPMP Group

Configuring Zones and the Virtual Network

Creating a Virtual Network
Configuring Zones to Use VNICs
Allocating and Managing System Resources in a Zone
Managing Resources on the Virtual Network

Managing Services and Service Properties

Configuring SMF services
Troubleshooting the SMF Services

Configuring Privileges and Role-Based Access Control

Configuring and Managing Privileges
Configuring and Using RBAC

Securing System Resources Using Oracle Solaris Auditing

Configuring Oracle Solaris Auditing
Administering Oracle Solaris Auditing
Managing Audit Records on Local Systems

Managing Processes and Priorities

Managing Process Scheduling Priority
Configuring the Fair Share Scheduler
Managing the Scheduling Class of a Zone

Evaluating System Resources

Configuring and Administering System ResourcesMonitoring System Performance

Monitoring and Troubleshooting Software Failures

Configuring System Messaging
Configuring System Crash Facilities
Configuring Dump Facilities for Business Application Failure