What you will learn
This advanced Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration training provides an intensive hands-on experience
with the Oracle Solaris 11.3 operating system. You'll learn complex and integrated administration concepts through a
combination of lessons and hands-on exercises that will reinforce your learning.
Manage services and service properties using SMF.
Managing software packages by using IPS.
Back up and restore data using ZFS.
Configure network and network high availability.
Administer network services.
Administer the zones.
Securing the Oracle Solaris 11 OS.
Install Oracle Solaris 11 OS on multiple hosts.
Implement system messaging and diagnostic facilities.
Benefits to You
Develop relevant, crucial skills and a better understanding of the Oracle Solaris 11.3 system administration and new
enhancements done to the OS, which allow you to run your most demanding enterprise applications in private, hybrid, or
Develop Oracle Solaris 11.3 OS Expertise
This course builds on the system administration skills taught in the Oracle Solaris 11.3 System Administration course.
You'll work with expert Oracle University instructors to develop a deep understanding of Oracle Solaris 11.3 OS that you
can leverage in your day-to-day job.
Please Note: This is an Advanced Course
This is an advanced course which dives into the details of configuring and administering an Oracle Solaris 11 system. If
you don't have Oracle Solaris 11 system administration experience, you should take the Oracle Solaris 11 System
Administration course first to ensure effective knowledge of Oracle Solaris 11 system administration beforehand. Those
with Oracle Solaris 10 experience should take the Transition to Oracle Solaris 11 course, as it builds on your Oracle
Solaris 10 knowledge and provides training more tailored to your background.
Data Center Manager
One year experience as an associate Oracle Solaris 11 system administrator.
Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Ed 5
Basic knowledge of Oracle Solaris 11 system administration
Manage Services and Service Properties Using SMF
Mange Software Packages Using IPS
Back Up and Restore Data Using ZFS
Configure Network and Network High Availability
Administer Network Services
Administer the Zones
Securing the Oracle Solaris 11 OS
Manage Processes and Priorities
Install Oracle Solaris 11 OS on Multiple Hosts
Implement Systems Messaging and Diagnostic Facilities
Your Learning Center
Your Lab Environment
Introducing the Advanced Features of SMF
Configuring SMF Services
Troubleshooting SMF Services
Configuring a Local IPS Package Repository
Update the system by using IPS
Plan for data storage configuration and backup
Manage data redundancy with mirrored storage pools
Back up and restore data with ZFS snapshots
Manage data storage space with ZFS file system properties
Troubleshoot ZFS failures
Create a virtual network by using EVS
Configure link aggregation for high performance
Configure IPMP for IP high availability
Configure Network File System (NFS)
Configure a Domain Name System (DNS) Client
Configure a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Client
Manage system resources in a zone
Configure kernel Zones
Administer unified archives
Implement user privileges and roles
Manage user rights
Verify file integrity by using BART
Monitor the audit service
Assess the compliance of an Oracle Solaris system
Implement process execution in an appropriate scheduling class
Manage process scheduling priority
Configure Fair Share Scheduler (FSS)
Manage the scheduling class of zones
Introduce the Automated Installer
Configure the AI install server
Configure the AI client
Build an Oracle Solaris image
Monitor system logs
Identify a crash dump file
Identify a core dump file
Troubleshoot a script execution issue
Troubleshoot a software update failure
Troubleshoot a network connectivity issue
Troubleshoot a directory access issue
Troubleshoot a default shell issue