Course Code: SFTR11
This course presents the essential differences between administrating Solaris 10 and the Solaris 11 Operating Systems. The course covers skills and tasks that are new or are changed in Solaris 11 from Solaris 10. The course also covers tasks in Solaris 11 that replace previous Solaris 10 tasks.
This hands-on course is intended to provide experienced 10 system administrators with practical experience in carrying out similar or related tasks they are currently managing but on a Solaris 11 system.
The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:
This Managing Solaris 11 for Experienced Solaris 10 Systems Administrators course is aimed at IT staff who need to understand the essential differences in carrying out their current tasks in a Solaris 11 environment.
By the end of the course the delegate should be able to install a Solaris 11 system, manage software packages with IPS, install remote systems automatically, configure the Solaris 11 network environment, create a virtual network, manage network failover, configure SMF to report service faults automatically, assigns users administration tasks with sudo and describe other differences between Solaris 11 and Solaris 10.
Recent experience of administrating a Solaris 10 system including network configuration, SMF, ZFS and Zones.
The course met its objectives very thoroughly - as an experienced Solaris 9 and 10 administrator, I attended this course because I needed to know more about Solaris 11. I am pleased to say that it achieved that excellently - it taught me exactly what I needed to know. The instructor is very knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. It's a "ten out of ten" from me - this is an excellent course.
Dave - IT Infrastructure Lead (Unix and Linux) - Transport
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Technical course content was excellent and just what I required regards procedures, functions and packages, so the exercises were very useful and learning the syntax and formats and commands. Plenty of time was allocated for practical exercises and writing code which I would encourage on future courses. The theory was much needed also and improved my understanding of PL/SQL I have already seen in daily tasks. The trainer was very knowledgeable and took time to explain sections as required and answers to any questions. The folder will be very beneficial in practicing back at work to consolidate these Oracle skills.Andrew - Application Support Manager - Postal/Distribution - February 2018