Upgrading to Novell Certified Linux Professional 11 Training
This course is retired. SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 is the evolution of the Linux desktop and data center. SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 boasts many new features which former Novell Certified Linux Professionals should be familiar with. This course introduces you to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and provides information on the differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11. The topics covered directly relate to the Novell Certified Linux Professional 11 curriculum and is an excellent way for those already certified on SUSE Linux to upgrade their certification.
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- Manage software with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
- Manage hardware with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
- Set Up SUSEfirewall2
- Use Samba and OpenLDAP
- Understand IPv6
- Perform virtualization with Xen in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
Advanced - This course deals with advanced topics. Students should be knowledgeable or have experience of the prerequisites before taking this course. See the 'Prerequisites' and 'Audience' sections for more details.
Attendees should hold a Certified Linux Professional 10 certification or be familiar with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 at an equivalent level.
This course is designed for current Certified Linux Professionals who want to learn about the new features in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 in order to upgrade their certification.
This course covers topics important to upgrading your certification, including:
- Managing software
- Managing hardware
- Setting up SUSEfirewall2
- Using Samba and OpenLDAP
- Understanding IPv6
- Deploying SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
- Virtualizing using Xen
The Certified Linux Professional 11 certification validates the skills necessary for performing administrative tasks on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 platforms. Some of the skills you will be evaluated on include:
- Installing and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 systems
- Maintaining the file system
- Managing software
- Managing processes
- Managing printing
- Configuring fundamental network services
- Configuring Samba
- Configuring a Web Server
- Configuring and using IPv6
- Creating bash shell scripts
These skills and others are taught in courses 3101, 3102, and 3103. These three courses will help you prepare to take the Certified Linux Professional practicum exam 050-721.
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