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Course SLE201: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Administration

This course is designed for those who are seeking a fundamental understanding of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) operating system.
Students will be able to install and configure a SLES 12 server and integrate it into an existing network. They will be able to perform the most important system administration tasks.

Who should take this Training?
This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with Linux and who are seeking a fundamental understanding of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 operating system. It is also ideal for those who want to begin preparing for the SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 12 (2017 Update) certification exam.

Pre-requisites
This course is designed for students without previous Linux experience. Basic computer skills on any operating system is required.

Course Content

  • Section 1: Overview of SUSE Linux Enterprise?
    • Flavors of SUSE Linux
    • SLE Maintenance Model
    • YaST
    • Linux Desktop Environments
  • Section 2: The Linux Filesystem
    • Understand the FHS (SLES12)
    • Understand Linux File Type
  • Section 3: Work with the Command Line
    • Help and Documentation
    • The Shell Environment
    • Common CLI Commands
  • Section 4: The Vim Editor
  • Section 5: Remote Administration
    • SSH
    • VNC
  • Section 6System Initialization
    • Boot Process
    • Boot Loader
    • Kernel and Initrd
  • Section 7: Process Management
    • Process Administration
    • Background Processes
    • Process Scheduling
  • Section 8: Identity and Security
    • User Management
    • File Permissions
    • Privilege Delegation
  • Section 9: Software Management
    • Compile from Source
    • RPM
    • Dependency Managers
  • Section 10: Network Administration
    • Linux Network Commands
    • Wicked
    • Firewall
  • Section 11: Storage Administration
    • Storage Concepts
    • Partitioning
    • Filesystems
    • LVM
    • RAID
  • Section 12: Administration and Monitoring
    • Time Sync
    • System Logging
    • Support Config Tool
  • Section 13: Install SUSE Linux Enterprise

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Course SLE301: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Advanced Administration

The course SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Advanced Administration builds upon the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Administration course and teaches advanced system administration tasks on SLES 12.
Attending students should have a good working knowledge of general system configuration and working with the Linux command line. After attending the course, the student should be capable of administering SLES 12 and be able to deal with specialized networking and storage configuration. They should also have a solid understanding of basic Bash scripting.

Who should take this Training?
The course is designed for those who already have experience with Linux, including general system configuration and using the command line. The course is ideal for those seeking advanced administration skills on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, those who have completed the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Administration (SLE201) course and those preparing to take the SUSE Certified Engineer in Enterprise Linux 12 (2017 Update) certification exam.

Pre-requisites
Before attending this course, it is highly recommended that students have a good working knowledge of Linux and should be able to:
Perform partitioning and file system setup and maintenance
Perform system configuration including network setup and user management
Manage software packages
Work on the command line including file management and text editing
This knowledge can be gained through the SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Administration Course (SLE201).

Course Content

Section 1: Advanced System Administration

  • YaST Security Module
    • Understand and use the YaST Security Module
  • Backup and Recovery
    • Understand and Use Snapper
  • Software Libraries
    • Understand Software Libraries in Linux
  • General Server Health
    • Gather Server Health and Performance Information
  • Monitoring Overview
    • Monitoring Methodology
    • What are Optimization Tools?
    • The Optimization Process
    • System Optimization Tools
  • Control Groups
    • Understand Linux Control Groups

Section 02: Encryption

  • SSL/TLS
    • Understand SSL/TLS Concepts
    • Create a Certificate Authority
    • Generate and Use Certificates
    • openSSL
  • GPG
    • Understand GPG Concepts
    • Perform GPG Key Creation and Management
    • Perform GPG Key Distribution

Section 03: Shell Scripting

  • Use Basic Script Elements
  • Use Control Structures
  • Read User Input
  • Use Arrays
  • Use Functions
  • Use Command Options in Scripts
  • Test File Types and Compare Values

Section 04: Hardware

  • Hardware Info
    • Display Hardware Information
  • Drivers
    • Understand Linux Drivers
    • Use Driver Management Utilities

Section 05: Advanced Networking

  • Network Namespaces
    • Understand Linux Network Namespaces
    • Work with Linux Network Namespaces
  • Openvswitch
    • Understand Openvswitch Concepts
    • Install and Configure Open vSwitch
  • IPv6
    • Understand IPv6
    • Configure IPv6

Section 06: Storage Administration

  • iSCSI
    • Understand iSCSI Concepts
    • Configure and Manage the LIO Daemon
  • MPIO
    • Understand Mutipath I/O
    • Configure and Manage Device Mapper Multipath I/O

Section 07: Centralized Authentication

  • PAM
    • Understand PAM
    • Configure PAM
  • SSSD
    • Understand SSSD
    • Deploy SSSD

Section 08: Packaging and Updates

  • RPM
    • Mange RPM Packages
    • Build RPM Packages
    • Understand the RPM spec file
    • Sign RPM Packages with GPG
  • Repositories
    • Understand Software Repository Concepts
    • Create a Software Repository with creatrepo
    • Sign RPM-MD Software Repositories
    • Manage Software Repositories with libzypp
  • SMT
    • Understand the Subscription Management Tool (SMT)
    • Install and Configure an SMT Server
    • Manage Software Repositories with SMT
    • Use Repository Staging with SMT
    • Configure SMT Clients

Section 09: Advanced Deployment

  • AutoYaST
    • Introduction to AutoYaST
    • Prepare for an AutoYaST Installation
    • Configure and Installation Server
    • Configure PXE
  • Kiwi
    • Overview of KIWI
    • Installing KIWI
    • Basic Workflow
    • Building Images
    • Customizing the Boot Process
    • The KIWI Image Description File
    • Advanced Configuration Options
    • Image Maintenance
    • System Analysis
  • Machinery
    • Overview of Machinery
    • Installation
    • Using Machinery

Section 10: Configuration Management with Salt

  • Salt Overview
  • Install and Configure Salt
  • Understand Execution Modules
  • Understand the Salt State System

Course SLE341: Securing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

This ​3-day ​course ​introduces ​attendees ​to ​security ​topics ​for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. ​ ​Attendees ​will be introduced to the basic computer security concepts and will ​learn ​how ​to ​develop ​a ​security ​policy ​and ​implement ​a ​more ​secure ​SUSE ​environment. A variety of approaches regarding system security from physical, local and network security will be reviewed. MAC and DAC access control methods and some of its supporting tools are also included in the course objectives. Auditing as a valid method to monitor security measures is also covered. Lastly, a description of the security process at SUSE and its publicly available resources will give the attendees a better way to support their day to day SUSE Linux Enterprise Server administration and operation in a consistent and secure fashion.

Who should take this Training?
This course is designed for SUSE ​system ​administrators ​who ​want ​to ​learn ​how ​to ​secure ​their ​systems.

Pre-requisites
SCE in Enterprise Linux or equivalent experience is strongly recommended.

Course Content

  • Section 1: Introduction to Security
  • Section 2: Basic System Lockdown
  • Section 3: Local Account Security
  • Section 4: Privilege Elevation
  • Section 5: Network Service Lockdown
  • Section 6: Security Audit Tools
  • Section 7: Linux Security Modules

Course SLE342: Administering SSSD on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

This new 2 day course covers covers the System Security Service Daemon (SSSD) as deployed on the SLES 12 platform. The SSSD, designed for and available for nearly all Linux distributions, is fast becoming the Linux server authentication framework of choice. Comprehensive documentation and technical instruction on the concepts, use cases and deployment techniques for system administrators is still difficult to obtain. This course attempts to do just that.

Who should take this Training?
The course is ideal for system administrators and consultants who need to:
Better understand the use case of the SSSD and it’s features
Deploy new systems using the SSSD
Migrate from legacy PAM LDAP or PAM LDAP/Kerberos configurations
More tightly integrate Linux systems into Active Directory environments
Assess environment design choices, SSSD best practices and administration

Pre-requisites
Attendees should have familiarity with the Command Line, Linux System Administration skills and attention to details. SUSE Certified Administrator (SCA) in Enterprise Linux or SUSE Certified Linux Engineer (SCE) in Enterprise Linux certification or level of experience recommended.

Course Content

SECTION 1: The features, architecture and requirements of the SSSD
SECTION 2: Testing time synchronisation and DNS services
SECTION 3: Implement and test the openLDAP client
SECTION 4: Install required software (SSSD LDAP/LOCAL providers)
SECTION 5: Implement and test the SSSD LDAP providers
SECTION 6: Implement and test the SSSD LOCAL providers
SECTION 7: Tuning the SSSD configurations and security
SECTION 8: Install required software (SSSD Kerberos providers)
SECTION 9: Implement and test the SSSD LDAP/Kerberos providers
SECTION 10: Joining the Active Directory domain
SECTION 11: Implement and test the Linux Kerberos client
SECTION 12: Implement and test the openLDAP client (GSSAPI)
SECTION 13: Implement and test the SSSD LDAP/Kerberos providers
SECTION 14: Tuning the SSSD configurations and security
SECTION 15: Using the SSSD tools and utilities
SECTION 16: Review the SSSD cache files and records (optional)
SECTION 17: Install required software (SSSD AD providers)
SECTION 18: Implement and test the SSSD AD providers
SECTION 19: Changing between mapped and non-mapped configs
SECTION 20: Tuning the SSSD configurations and security
SECTION 21: Implement and test autofs maps and caching
SECTION 22: Implement and test sudo rules and caching

Course 3115: SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 Fundamentals

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, interoperable and manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services.
In this course, you are introduced to the fundamentals of Linux and gain a basic understanding of the core features of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 operating system. Course 3115 is the first course to take in preparation for the SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 11 certification.

Who should take this Training?
This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with Linux and who are seeking a fundamental understanding of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2 operating system. It is also ideal for those who want to begin preparing for the Novell Certified Linux Administrator 11.2 Exam or the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 exams.

Pre-requisites
Before taking this course, you are required to have only basic computer skills on any operating system. This course is designed for people who are beginners with the Linux operating system. Knowledge of any desktop operating system is sufficient.

Course Content

1: First Steps with Linux

  • Overview of the Linux Desktop
  • Use the GNOME Desktop Environment
  •  Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop

2: Locate and Use Help Resources

  • Access and Use man Pages
  • Use info Pages
  • Access release Notes and White Papers
  • Use GUI-Based Help
  • Find Help on the Web

3: Manage Linux File System

  • Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Identify File Types in the Linux System
  • Change Directories and List Directory Contents
  • Create and View Files
  • Work with Files and Directories
  • Find Files on Linux
  • Search File Content

4: Work with the Linux Shell and CLI

  • Get to Know the Command Shells
  • Understand the Multiuser Environment
  • Execute Commands at the Command Line
  • Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks
  • Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  • Use Piping and Redirection

5: Administer Linux with YaST

  • Get to Know YaST
  • Network-config with YaST
  • Add a printer
  • Software Management with YaST
  • Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

6: Manage Users, Groups, and Permissions

  • Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  • Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  • Manage User and Group Accounts from the CLI
  • Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  • Ensure File System Security

 7: Use Linux Text Editors

  • Get to Know Linux Text Editors
  • Us the Editor vi to Edit Files

8: First Steps with Linux

  • Overview of the Linux Desktop
  • Use the GNOME Desktop Environment
  •  Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop

9: Locate and Use Help Resources

  • Access and Use man Pages
  • Use info Pages
  • Access release Notes and White Papers
  • Use GUI-Based Help
  • Find Help on the Web

10: Manage Linux File System

  • Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Identify File Types in the Linux System
  • Change Directories and List Directory Contents
  • Create and View Files
  • Work with Files and Directories
  • Find Files on Linux
  • Search File Content

11: Work with the Linux Shell and CLI

  • Get to Know the Command Shells
  • Understand the Multiuser Environment
  • Execute Commands at the Command Line
  • Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks
  • Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  • Use Piping and Redirection

12: Administer Linux with YaST

  • Get to Know YaST
  • Network-config with YaST
  • Add a printer
  • Software Management with YaST
  • Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

13: Manage Users, Groups, and Permissions

  • Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  • Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  • Manage User and Group Accounts from the CLI
  • Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  •  Ensure File System Security

14: Use Linux Text Editors

  • Get to Know Linux Text Editors
  • Us the Editor vi to Edit Files

15: Manage Software with RPM

  • Manage RPM Software Packages
  • Manage RPM Software Sources/Catalogs with ZYpp
  • Update and Patch SLE

Course 3101 and 3102 LPIC-1 Addendum:

  • Use Debian Package Management
  • yum Package Management
  • SQL Data Management
  • Install and Configure X11
  • Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  • Fundamentals of TCP/IP
  • Manage RPM Software Packages
  • Manage RPM Software Sources/Catalogs with ZYpp
  • Update and Patch SLE

Course 3116: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Administration

This is the second course to take in preparation for the SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 11 certification. In this course, you are taught the following concepts and skills fundamental to understanding SLES 11 SP2:
Install SLE 11 SP22
Manage System Installation
Administer Linux Processes and Services
Administer Storage
Configure the Network
Manage Hardware
Configure Remote Access
Monitor SLE 11 SP2
Automate Tasks
Manage Backup and Recovery
Administer User Access and Security
Content Specific to the LPIC-1 Exam in the Addendum
These are essential and prerequisite to learning the skills of an entry level Linux administrator or help desk technician in an enterprise environment.

Who should take this Training?
This course is designed for system administrators who need to become familiar with the Linux operating system. It is also ideal for those who would like to prepare for the SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 11 exam.

Pre-requisites
Before taking this course, you should have fundamental knowledge of the Linux Operating System either through attendance of Course 3115 – SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2 Fundamentals or another equivalent course.

Course Content

1: Install SLE

  • Perform a SLE 11 Installation
  • Configure the SLE 11 Installation
  • Troubleshoot the Installation Process
  •  Exercise: Install both SLES and SLED

2: Manage System Initialization

  • Describe the Linux Load Procedure
  • GRUB (Grand Unified Bootloader)
  • Manage Runlevels

3: Administer Linux Processes and Services

  • View and Manage Processes (kill, jobs, etc.)
  • Manage Daemon Processes (/etc/init.d/script start, etc.)

4: Administer Storage

  • Select a Linux File System
  • Configure Linux File System Partitions
  • Manage Linux File Systems
  • Configure LVM and Software RAID
  • Set Up and Configure Disk Quotas

5: Configure the Network

  • Understand Linux Network Terms
  • Manage the Network Configuration Info from YaST
  • Set Up Network Interfaces with the ip Tool
  • Set Up Routing with the ip Tool
  • Test the Network Connection with CLI Tools
  • Configure Host Name and Name Resolution

6: Manage Hardware

  • Describe the Difference Between Devices and Interfaces
  • Describe How Device Drivers Work
  • Describe How Device Drivers are Loaded
  • Manage Kernel Modules Manually
  • Describe the sysfs File System
  • Describe How udev Works
  • Obtain Hardware Configuration Info from YaST

7: Configure Remote Access

  • Provide Secure Remote Access with OpenSSH
  • Enable Remote Administration with YaST and VNC
  • tsclient/rdesktop, nomad

8: Monitor SLE 11

  • Monitor a SLES 11 System
  • Use System Logging Services
  • Monitor Login Activity

9: Automate Tasks

  • Schedule Jobs with cron
  • Schedule Jobs with at

10: Manage Backup and Recovery

  • Develop a Backup Strategy
  • Backup Files with YaST
  • Create Backups with tar
  • Work with Magnetic Tapes
  • Copy Data with dd
  • Mirror Directories with rsync

11: Administer User Access and Security

  • Configure User Authentication with PAM
  • Manage and Secure the Linux User Environment
  • ACLs
  • Improve Application Security Using AppArmor
  • Create and Manage Profiles Using AppArmor
  • Control AppArmor
  • Monitor AppArmor
  • Use SuSEfirewall2

COURSE 3101 and 3102 LPIC-1 Addendum

  • Use Debian Package Management
  • yum Package Management
  • SQL Data Management
  • Install and Configure X11
  • Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  • Fundamentals of TCP/IP (dig)

Course 3117: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Management

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, interoperable and manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services. In this course, you learn the tasks essential to server administration such as installing and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.2, managing printing, configuring a web server, performing health checks, and more.

Who should take this Training?
The course is designed for those who already have experience with Linux, including general system configuration and command line work. The course is also ideal for those seeking advanced administration skills on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.2, and those who have completed the 3115 and 3116 courses.

Pre-requisites
Before attending this course, it is highly recommended that you have a good working knowledge of Linux and are able to
Install SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.2
Perform partitioning and file system setup and maintenance
Perform system configuration including network setup and user management
Manage software packages
Work on the command line including file management and text editing

Course Content

1: Configure Fundamental Networking Services

  • Configure NFS
  • Configure time on SLES11
  • Enable the Extended Internet Daemon (xinetd)
  • Enable an FTP Serve

2: Manage Printing

  • Configure CUPS
  • Manage Print Jobs and Queues
  • Understand how CUPS Works
  • Configure and Manage Print Server Access
  • Use the Web Interface to Manage a CUPS Server

3: Configure and Use Open LDAP

  • Understand the Basics of LDAP
  • Install and Set up an OpenLDAP Server
  • Add, Modify, and Delete Entries in the OpenLDAP Database
  •  Query the OpenLDAP Database
  • Activate OpenLDAP Authentication

4: Configure and Use Samba

  • Understand Samba
  • Configure a Simple File Server
  • Configure User Authentication
  • Use Samba’s Client Tools
  • Use Samba as a Domain Controller
  • Integrate Samba in a Windows Domain
  • Configure Samba as a Print Server

5: Configure a Web Server

  • Set Up a Basic Web Server
  • Configure Virtual Hosts
  • Limit Access to the Web Server
  • Configure Apache with OpenSSL
  • Install PHP

6: Configure and Use IPv6

  • IPv6 Theory
  • IPv6 on SLE11

7: Perform a Health Check and Performance Tuning

  • Find Performance Bottlenecks
  • Reduce System Memory Load
  • Optimize the Storage System
  • Tune the Network Performance

8: Create Shell Scripts

  • Understand the Course Project
  • Use Basic Script Elements
  • Understand Variables and Command Substitution
  • Use Control Structures
  • Use Arithmetic Operators
  • Read User Input
  • Use Arrays
  • Finalize the Course Project
  • Use Advanced Scripting Techniques
  • Learn About Useful Commands in Shell Scripts

9: Deploy SUSE Linux Enterprise

  • Installation Options and Deployment Strategies
  • Installation Server: Setup and Use
  • Set Up of PXE Boot for Installation
  • Auto-Installation Basics
  • The Configuration File for AutoYaST
  • Automated Installation

10: Xen

  • Understand How Virtualization with Xen Works
  • Install Xen
  • Manage Xen Domains with Virt-Manager
  • Manage Xen Domains form the Command Line
  •  Understand Xen Networking

11: LiveFire Exercise

Course 3126: What’s New in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

This course gives students the opportunity to learn about the major changes and new technologies in SLES 12. The course is a mixture of lecture and hands on sessions to allow students to learn about and experience the new and enhanced features in SLE12.

Who should take this Training?
This course is for SLES Administrators with a good knowledge of SLES 11 who want early access to learn about the new features of SLES 12.

Pre-requisites
Familiarity with SLES 11 and basic Linux administration.

Course Content

1. Introduction
2. Whats new in SLE 12 Overview
3. SLES 12 Installation
4. Introducing systemd
5. Logging with rsyslog
6. Wicked – Network Management as a service
7. Filesystems – BTRFS and system rollback
8. SUSE Customer Centre and SMT
9. Advanced Systems Management – Technical Preview
10. SLED 12 and Workstation Edition Module

Course 3134: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 for SAP Application Administration

In this course, you will learn how to administer SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the only operating system optimized for all mission-critical SAP NetWeaver software solutions and appliances. The operating system is based on the newest SUSE Linux Enterprise technology, a highly reliable, scalable, secure and optimized server operating system that is built to power physical, virtual and cloud applications. The operating system is validated and certified by SAP, making it uniquely positioned to support all of your SAP software solutions including appliances.

Who should take this Training?
This course is designed for system administrators that administer SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 for SAP Applications installations.

Pre-requisites
Before taking this course, you should meet the following prerequisites:
Basic system administration skills, such as being able to work with the command line, and general computer knowledge (such as understanding is Partitioning, RAID, Volume Management) are strongly recommended.
Basic knowledge of SAP administration is helpful but not a prerequisite for this course

Course Content

  1. Introduction to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications
  2. Administration of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
  3. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Storage Administration
  4. Administration of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 regarding SAP Applications
  5. Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  6. An Introduction to SUSE Linux Enterprise HAE

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