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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11: Certified Linux Engineer 11

In this course, you are prepared for the CLE 11 Practicum exam. The CLE 11 certification is designed to prove advanced SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 server administration skills that are core to various areas of specia... Show More
Course Prerequisites:
Before taking this course, you should have a solid Linux background. Specifically, you should have passed the ... Show More
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Duration
5 Days

Course Schedule

Upcoming dates for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11: Certified Linux Engineer 11

Course Content

1: Manage Networking

  • Configure Networking on SLES 11
  • Understand Linux Network Bridges
  • Bond Network Adapters
  • Configure Virtual Local Area Networks

2: Manage Server Storage

  • Manage SCSI Devices on Linux
  • Describe how Fibre Channel SANs Work
  • Implement a SAN with iSCSI

3: Work with Xen Virtualization

  • Understand Virtualization Technology
  • Implement SLES 11 as a Xen Host Server
  • Implement SLES 11 as a Xen Guest

4: Harden Servers

  • Describe Server Hardening
  • Harden a SLES 11 Server
  • Harden Servers with AppArmor
  • Implement an IDS

5: Update Servers

  • Describe How SMT Works
  • Install and Configure an SMT Server
  • Configure SMT Client Systems
  • Stage Repositories

6: Prepare Servers for Disasters

  • Design a Backup Strategy
  • Use Linux Tools to Create Backups
  • Implement Multipaht I/O
  • 7: Monitor Server Health

    • Document the Server
    • Monitor Log Files with logwatch
    • Monitor Network Hosts with Nagios
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: July 7th, 2017

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