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Linux 104 - Debian GNU/Linux in Enterprise Infrastructure - PART I

An enterprise IT infrastructure implies hundreds to tens of thousands computers, a large and diverse user population, operating systems, needs and applications. This is Part I, 3 day (30 hours total) hands-on course, tailored towards professionals who have at least 3 months experience with installing, maintaining and troubleshooting Linux.

The following will be practical exercises:

  • install  and manage  software packages , servers  and networks  using command-line  tools on a local or remote servers/workstations
  • disk management , network file systems and implementation of disk fault tolerance (Redundand Array of Inexpensive Disks - RAID )
  • create and deploy virtual machines  using KVM (Kernel Virtual Module)  and libvirt.
  • introduce you to basic concepts  and application of LDAP, Kerberos  and Pluggalble Authentication Modules and Active Directory Integration of Windows with Linux
  • introduction to Domain Name System (DNS ) and
  • Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP ) and configuration for static IP  or dynamic IP  address through DHCP
  • create proxies and mirrors  for  Debian repositories .
  • maintain user-level security  create groups and users)
  • configure Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS ) for servers, and critical workstations
  • monitor servers  and VMs  load and status.
  • implement server high availability  through Heartbeat  and Pacemaker
  • implement a backup  and recovery strategy

This is the first part (of two)  Debian GNU/Linux in Enterprise course. The second course (Linux 105) will deal in greater detail  with the integration of different Operating Systems, Mail, Webserver, Wokrstations and Applications characteristic to organizations with thousands of computers distributed across different physical locations.

Price $999.99