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Linux 105 - Debian GNU/Linux in Enterprise Infrastructure - PART II

This is second part on configuring and maintaining Debian GNU/Linux in Enterprise Network. An enterprise network implies hundreds to thousands of computers and people, diverse operating systems and applications which needs functional integration and interoperability. The Debian GNU/Linux stability and flexibility as backbone for enterprise, was shown in enterprises with tens of thousands of users and computers such as those in Munich Municipality (Germany) or Stanford University (US).  Prerequisites for this course are the attendance for the first part of Debian in Enterprise (Linux 104) and 3 months experience with installing, maintaining and troubleshooting Linux in a networking environment.

This advanced four day (~40 hours) covers in finer detail practical aspects presented in PartI of this course. The emphasis is on:

  • Install and deploy Debian GNU/Linux servers in an enterprise environment.
  • Security & User Authentication: SELinux, Kerberos, LDAP, PAM, NIS
  • Define and implement High Availability, Redundancy, Backup and Recovery: proper configuration of RAID, UPS
  • High Performance and SuperComputing -  Clustering
  • Measure the capacity planning and security of the services
  • Manage disk partitions, logical volumes and file systems
  • Create proxies and mirrors for  Debian repositories.
  • Automate updates and use Landscape to manage client systems.
  • Monitor server load and status.
  • Multi-level backup strategies
  • Systems & Network monitoring and performance tuning

Who Should Attend
    This course has been designed for intermediate-to-advanced system administrators  working in organizations which are about to deploy Debian/GNU Linux  desktop and servers in the office. This is an IT integration course whereby Debian GNU/Linux serve as a backbone for a mix environment of MacOS, Windows, Unix and Linux integrate through common services.

Price $1,500.00