UNIX/LINUX Advanced Administration Skills
(UAAdm, Live Instructor-Led Training, 5 days)


This SETC certified course focuses on the understanding and usage of key Unix/Linux functionalities. This includes understanding and usage of the file system, printing, networking and security. Participants are introduced to shell scripting and integration between Unix/Linux and Windows environments.

Dates and Pricing

Jan 8 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 5 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 5 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person


Review of UNIX/LINUX Fundamentals
UNIX/LINUX Architecture
The File System
Printing Services
UNIX/LINUX Networking
Network Services
Managing Hardware
About the HCL
Review of a UNIX/LINUX Installation
Viewing the Configuration
Installing Drivers
Resolving Hardware Compatibility Issues
The Web Server
Web Server Overview
Installing the Web Server
Configuring the Web Server
Securing the Web Server
Configuring Java Components
Building and Installing Open Source Software
Downloading the Distribution
Making the Binary Files
Installing the Application
Verifying the Application
About Ant
Scripting Basics
Scripting Shells Overview
Choosing a Shell
Using Variables
Conditional Statements
Basic Functions
Executing Scripts
Security and Scripts
Modifying your Environment
Advanced Scripting : Mastering your Environment
XEN Virtualization
What is XEN?
The Difference between XEN and VMWARE
Configuring the Kernel for the Hypervisor
Running XEN
SAMBA Architecture Overview
Installation and Configuration
Shared Files and Globals
Samba and Printing
Samba Utilities
UNIX/LINUX Performance Tuning
Overview of Performance Monitoring Tools
Implementing a Baseline
Monitoring Server Health
Troubleshooting Common Problems
Documenting Solutions
System Administration Advanced Lab