Key Features of the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System

Date: 25-09-2017 s/d 29-09-2017   |   Category: Oracle: Solaris   |   Instructor: -
Duration : 5 Days

Price : IDR.18,000,000

The highly versatile Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System offers a great balance of new and unique features that support a wide variety of Oracle's hardware and applications. The Key Features of the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System course guides you through an in-depth exploration of the robust functionality found in Oracle's flagship operating system. You will be instructed in how to set up, configure, and administer some of the most distinctive Solaris features including: Oracle Solaris Zones, ZFS, NFS, DTrace, Predictive Self Healing, Security, and Operating System Installation

.Learn to:Set up and Administer Zones
Utilize DTrace
Set up and Administer ZFS
Utilize Predictive Self Healing
Set up and Administer NFS
Implement Security Features

Audience
System Administrator
Related Training

Required Prerequisites
Administer a Solaris Operating System
Perform basic UNIX tasks 
Use the vi text editor 
Administer systems at a level consistent with having completed the Oracle Solaris System Administration parts 1 and 2
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Course Objectives
Configure and administer the new features of Oracle Solaris Zones 
Administer ZFS
Set up and administer the new features of Predictive Self Healing 
Explore DTrace fundamentals 
Set up and administer the Network File System (NFS) Version 4 protocol 
Explore changes to Solaris 10 installation 

Course Topics
Solaris Zones Configuration 
  Identify the features of Solaris Zones partitioning technology 
  Understand how and why zone partitioning is used 
  Configure zones 
  Export zone configuration 

Solaris Zones Administration 
  Verify zone configurations 
  Install and boot zones 
  Open a zone console 
  Rename, move, clone, and remove zones 
  Back up and restore non-global zones 
  Migrate zones from one machine to another 
  Administer packages in zones 
  Configure resource pools 

Introduction to the Solaris ZFS File System 
  Describe the Solaris ZFS file system 
  Create new Solaris ZFS pools and file systems 
  Modify Solaris ZFS file system properties 
  Mount and unmount Solaris ZFS file systems 
  Destroy Solaris ZFS pools and file systems 
  Work with Solaris ZFS snapshots and clones 
  Use Solaris ZFS datasets with Solaris Zones 

Predictive Self Healing 
  List the benefits of Predictive Self Healing 
  Determine the relationship of Fault Management Architecture (FMA) to Oracle's Predictive Self Healing    
  capability 
  Determine the relationship of Service Management Facility (SMF) to Oracle's Predictive Self Healing     capability 
  Explore features of the Fault Management Architecture 
  Explore features of the Service Management Facility 

DTrace Fundamentals 
  Describe the features of Oracle Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) 
  Write simple D Scripts 
  List and enable probes and predicates 
  Create action statements 
  Explain the use of the pid, syscall, proc, sched, and io Providers 
  Describe the DTrace Toolkit and one-liners 

NFS Changes 
  Describe NFS enhancements 
  Describe the enhancements to Network File System version 4 (NFS version 4) 
  Describe NFS hardware and software requirements, dependencies, and limitations 

Security Changes 
  Describe the Least Privilege Model 
  Examine administration tasks for Oracle Solaris OS Cryptographic Framework (SCF) 
  Examine Secure by Default 
  Explain the lock after retries feature in Secure By Default 
  Examine new password encryption methods 
  Explain password history, password constrains and password dictionary files 

Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Changes 
  Describe the Solaris SPARC Boot Architecture Redesign 
  Describe upgrading the Oracle Solaris OS with installed non-global zones 
  Configure multiple network interfaces during installation 
  Describe how disk partition tables can be modified using an existing Volume Table of Contents (VTOC) 
  Explore changes to the Oracle Solaris JumpStart software and configure, enable, and    
  troubleshoot JumpStart
  Identify the changes to Flash archives 
  Identify changes to the Oracle Solaris Live Upgrade boot environment and configure, enable, and  
  troubleshoot the Live Up

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