Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration Ed 1

Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration Ed 1 Certification Training Course Overview

This course is best suited for experienced administrators who are required to understand and learn more about advanced features of Oracle Linux. After completing this course, students will be able to learn how to set up network and authentication services, execute virtualization technologies to more efficiently administer system resources, and deploy new types of file systems to enhance performance and improve data integrity, while creating troubleshooting and advanced storage administration skills.

Audience : This course is best suited for Data Center Managers, Network Administrators, Support Engineers, System Administrators, and System Integrators.

Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration Ed 1 (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Course Introduction
  • Virtualization
  • Elements of course environment
  • Course structure
Module 2: Network Addressing and Name Services
  • Introduction to DHCP
  • Configuring a DHCP server
  • Configuring a DHCP client
  • Introduction to DNS
  • DNS Nameserver types
  • Configuring a DNS Cache-Only Nameserver
  • Configuring an Authoritative Nameserver
  • Querying a DNS Nameserver
Module 3: Authentication and Directory Services
  • Introduction to authentication and directory services
  • Configuring LDAP authentication
  • Configuring Winbind authentication
  • Configuring Kerberos authentication
  • Configuring IPA Identity Management and Authentication Services
  • Configuring SSSD services and domains
Module 4: Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
  • Introduction to PAM
  • PAM Configuration Files
  • PAM Authentication Modules
  • PAM Module Types
  • PAM Control Flags
  • PAM implementation examples
Module 5: Web and Email Services
  • Introduction to the Apache HTTP server
  • Configuring Apache
  • Email Program Classifications
  • Email Protocols
  • Postfix SMTP Server
  • Sendmail SMTP Server
  • Configuring Sendmail on a Client
Module 6: Installing Oracle Linux by using Kickstart
  • Introduction to the Kickstart installation method
  • Creating the the Kickstart file
  • Starting a Kickstart installation
  • Booting into Rescue mode to correct boot problems
Module 7: Samba Services
  • Introduction to Samba
  • Samba Server Configuration
  • Samba Server Types
  • Accessing Linux Shares from Windows
  • Accessing Windows Shares from Linux
Module 8: Advanced Software Package Management
  • Software Management with RPM and Yum
  • Performing a binary RPM build
  • Performing package maintenance with Yum
  • Managing the Yum cache and Yum history
  • Installing and use Yum plug-ins
  • Using the PackageKit GUI
Module 9: Advanced Storage Administration
  • Creating Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Enabling Disk Quotas
  • Configuring Encrypted Block Devices
  • Using kpartx
  • Introduction to udev
  • Creating udev rules
Module 10: Advanced Networking
  • Introduction to Network Bonding
  • Configuring Network Bonding
  • Introduction to VLANs
  • Configuring VLANs
  • Introduction to VPNs
  • Configuring a Site-to-Site VPN
Module 11: OCFS2 and Oracle Clusterware
  • Introduction to OCFS2
  • Configuring OCFS2
  • OCFS2 Tuning and Debugging
  • Introduction to Oracle Clusterware
Module 12: iSCSI and Multipathing
  • Introduction to iSCSI
  • Configuring iSCSI Targets
  • Configuring iSCSI Initiators
  • Introduction to Device Mapper Multipathing
  • Configuring iSCSI Multipathing
Module 13: Managing Resources with Control Groups (cgroups)
  • Introduction to Control Groups
  • Control Group Implementation in Oracle Linux 7
  • Systemd slice units and Systemd scope units
  • Displaying the Cgroup Tree of Specific Services and Scopes
  • Viewing cgroup Resource Control Settings
  • Controlling Access to System Resources
  • Modifying Unit Configuration Files
Module 14: Virtualization with Linux
  • Virtualization Concepts
  • Virtualization Modes
  • Linux and Xen Integration
  • Running Linux in a Virtual Machine
  • Linux as a Virtualization Provider
  • Introduction to KVM
  • Creating a KVM Virtual Machine
  • Managing the Life Cycle of a Virtual Machine
Module 15: Virtualization with Linux Containers
  • Introduction to Linux Containers
  • Linux Container template scripts
  • Creating a Linux Container by using the Oracle template script
  • Working with Linux Containers
Module 16: Docker
  • Introduction to Docker
  • The Docker Hub Registry
  • Installing and Configuring Docker
  • Working with Docker Images and Docker Containers
Module 17: Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
  • Introduction to SELinux
  • SELinux Modes
  • SELinux Policies
  • SELinux Booleans
  • SELinux File Labeling
  • SELinux Context
  • SELinux Users
Module 18: Core Dump Analysis
  • System Core Collection: Kexec and Kdump
  • Kernel Tuning Parameters
  • Magic SysRq Keys
  • Using the crash Utility
Module 19: Dynamic Tracking with Dtrace
  • Introduction to DTrace
  • DTrace-Enabled Applications
  • DTrace Probes
  • DTrace Providers
  • DTrace Actions
  • Built-in D Variables
  • D Scripts
Module 20: Oracle Cloud Computing
  • Overview of the different Oracle Cloud Solutions
  • Oracle-Provided Linux Images on the Cloud
  • Workflow to Create Your First Oracle Linux Instance on the Cloud
  • Create an Entire Virtualized Topology Using Orchestrations JSONs
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Course Prerequisites
  • Oracle Linux System Administration.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Access Linux Shares from Windows
  • Manage RPM-Based Software with Yum
  • Create a Linux Container from an Existing root file system
  • Configure a DHCP server
  • Assign Processes to a Cgroup
  • Comprehend the Cgroup Rules Configuration File
  • Configure a DHCP client
  • Access Windows Shares from Linux
  • Comprehend the xfs_growfs and xfs_admin Utilities
  • Extend Yum Functionality with Plug-Ins
  • Create an XFS File System
  • Convert Ext File Systems to Btrfs
  • Enable Disk Quotas on an XFS File System
  • Comprehend the xfs_quota Utility
  • Enable PAM to Use Cgroup Rules
  • Backup and Restore XFS File Systems

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