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The #1 enterprise-class UNIX OS, the Solaris Operating System for SPARC®, x86 and AMD Opteron systems redefines the operating system as a services platform by combining traditional OS functionality with application services and identity management.
The Solaris OS can deliver the security; manageability and performance that IT professionals need to help increase service levels and decrease costs and risk. Solaris x86 systems has gained rapid industry momentum over the past year, with more than 850,000 registered licenses to date and more than 900 solutions available for Solaris9 x86 through approximately 600 ISVs.
Solaris, also identified as Sun Solaris is developed by Sun Microsystems. It is a Unix Operating System. They had another version by name SunOS in 1992, which was surpassed by Sun Solaris 10. Since Oracle acquired it in January 2010, it has a new name which is Oracle Solaris instead of Sun Solaris.
Duration of Training : 8 Weekends
Sun Solaris Part I
Chapter 1: Introduction to Solaris (Includes earlier versions)
Chapter 2: package administration
Chapter 3: patch administration
Chapter 4: user administration
Chapter 5: security administration
Chapter 6: os installation & configuration
Chapter 7: file system administration
Chapter 8: boot and shutdown process
Chapter 9: process controlling
Chapter 10: printer services
Chapter 11: backup & restore activity
Chapter 12: snapshot on mounted file system
Chapter 13: boot prom commands
Chapter 11: backup & restore activity
Sun Solaris Part II
Chapter 1: Network Interface configuration and administration
Chapter 2: Introduction to Client server model
Chapter 3: Describe the Solaris Management Console
Chapter 4: Managing Swap
Chapter 5: Managing crash dump and Core file configuration
Chapter 6: NFS administration and configuration
Chapter 7: AutoFS administration
Chapter 8: Introduction to RAID and Solaris Volume Manager Software
Chapter 9: Administering and Configuring Solaris volume Manager
Chapter 10: Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
Chapter 11: Configuring System messaging
Chapter 12: Naming service and Configuration Includes Name service clients
Chapter 13: Configuring NIS
Chapter 14: SMF configuration & administration
Chapter 15. Real time troubleshooting scenarios.
Chapter 16. Ticket handling, Change management.
Chapter 17. Introduction to VCS and VXVM
Chapter 18. Overview of Storage Area Network connectivity with Solaris
Chapter 19: Introduction to LDOM
Chapter 20: Introduction to different Oracle Hardware
Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration – 1z0-821-Oracle Certified Associate
Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration-1z0-822-Oracle Certified Professional
Certified Oracle Solaris 11 professional having 15 years of experience in Solaris System Administration , starting from Version 7 to 11
After Sun Solaris Certification , You can look for Redhat Certifications
Red Hat Certified Architect — RHCA®
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Certificates of Expertise
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Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)
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In order to retain RHCA status, you must keep at least five credentials beyond either RHCE or RHCJD current from the respective lists on the SKILLS tab below. These need not be the same credentials you used when you first earned RHCA.
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