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UnixCBT Sol11x Edition

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UnixCBT Sol11x Edition

UnixCBT Sol11x Edition
English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1356x764 | AAC 2 ch | 41 hrs 12 min | 5.66 GB

Course Objective

Installation | Features

- Discuss features of Solaris® 11
- Explore Topology
- Provision virtual resources
- Live Media Installation
- Evaluate Installation
- Text Installation
- Automated Installation
- Contrast Installation methods
- Identify installed resources

Post-Installation Tasks
- Sysconfig - Reconfigure system as needed
- Explore Boot Environment
- INIT - Follow Boot Cycle

Service Management Facility (SMF)
- Explore implementation of service management
- Contrast with SYSV method
- Identify key files and daemons
- Identify managed services
- Explore properties of services
- Manipulate services as needed
- Effect changes to running system

$SHELL Basics | Navigation | Key Commands
- Explore default $SHELL environment
- Expose key variables
- Review semantics: I/O | Redirection | etc.
- Identify and use important UNIX commands
- Apply command chaining
- Use logical ANDing and ORing to achieve desired results

User | Group Management
- Identify key files and commands
- Explore current configuration
- Discuss important user | group properties
- Provision additional users | groups
- Use GUI to manage user | group | role resources
- Explore GUI environment

Package Management
- Discuss current framework
- Compare current framework to open source methods
- Use GUI to explore and manipulate packages
- Explore and use CLI package management utilities
- Find | Add | Remove Packages
- Evalaute results

UNIX Permissions
- Discuss UNIX Discretionary Access Control (DAC) standard model
- Identify applicable permissions on system objects
- Manipulate permissions to suit current conditions
- Test permissions across users | groups
- Implement permissions as needed

CRON Scheduler
- Discuss applicability
- Explore system defaults
- Discuss supported schedules
- Schedule jobs as needed
- Ensure automated functionality
- Debug as needed

Network Stack Administration
- Explore network settings | statistics | sockets with: 'netstat'
- Discuss networking concepts applicable to Solaris
- Complete an overview of network stack implemenation
- Contrast stack implementation with prior versions
- IP Administration basics - configuration - static
- Dynamic IP Administration configuration
- Conjoin dynamic and static configurations as needed
- Provision additionaly IP subnet as needed
- Explore IPv6 support
- Committ new settings and evaluate

Storage Administration - UFS | SWAP | ZFS | TMPFS
- Review storage basics as implemented by Solaris
- Explore current configuration
- Provision UFS slices as needed
- Dynamically allocate SWAP as needed
- Confirm rolling SWAP allocation
- Introduction to ZFS Administration
- Discuss ZFS basics applicable to all installations
- Add | Extend ZFS storage pool as required
- Take ZFS snapshots as needed
- Confirm snapshots and footprint
- Clone ZFS resources as needed - Discuss use-cases
- Discuss ZFS streams
- Implement in-memory TMPFS
- Evaluate storage modifications

Network Time Protocol (NTP)
- Discuss importance of optimal time synchronization
- Identify default configuration
- Locate internal | external time resources
- Configure NTP to synch accordingly
- Debug common synch issues related to system suspension
- Manually synch time as needed to reduce skew
- Confirm reliability of NTP hierarchy
- Ensure all nodes use NTP persistently

Secure Communications
- Identify important SSH utilities and features
- Create secure remote terminals with SSH
- Move data non-interactively with SCP
- Use SFTP to secure data transmissions
- Configure PKI, passwordless authentication
- Confirm seamless PKI based authentication

Content Transfer Utilities
- Synchronize content securely using RSYNC
- Fetch content using WGET
- Use cURL to fetch content
- Contrast WGET and cURL
- Install and use gFTP to graphically interact with: FTP | SFTP servers

Archival | Compression Utilities
- Generate sample content for compression and archiving
- Use GZIP to compress content for storage | transport
- Compare source and compressed content footprints
- Transfer content using RSYNC and evaluate performance
- Use BZIP2 to compress content for dual purposes
- Contrast BZIP2 footprint with GZIP
- Archive content for convenience using TAR
- Evaluate and discuss findings

Terminal Multiplexer
- Identify use cases for screen multiplexer
- Explore default environment and possible caveats
- Use 'screen' to spawn multiplexed environment
- Navigate environment using escape sequences
- Attach | Detach | Kill | Re-spawn sessions as needed
- Share screen sessions from various nodes
- Allow process to persist across connections
- Evaluate benefits

SYSLOG - Configuration
- Explore defaults
- Explain facilities and levels
- Trap data as needed
- Centralize SYSLOG dumps to LOG_HOST
- Replicate SYSLOG dumps for redundancy
- Explore LOG Rotation defaults

Extraction | Parsing Tools
- Extract lines of interest with GREP
- Parse fields of interest with AWK
- Modify streams with SED
- Combine tools to parse and manipulate content as needed

DNS Clients | Server | Configuration
- Explore client resolution environment: key files and defaults
- Use various clients to resolve inquiries for local and public resources
- Implement DNS caching-only services
- Test forwarded resolution of requests via caching-only DNS instance
- Implement Primary DNS zone
- Confirm resolution of authoritative records from Primary DNS zone
- Replicate DNS zone to secondary servers
- Confirm replicated results to secondary servers
- Update records and confirm across nodes
- Provision reverse IPv[4|6] records
- Confirm reverse resolution of both protocols

FTP Services
- Introduction to FTP services
- Implement FTP server
- Explore configuration - defaults
- Test connectivity
- Manipulate various FTP server options and confirm results

NFS Services
- Discuss use-cases
- Implement NFS shares
- Mount NFS shares on clients and test accessibility
- Vary share options and confirm on clients
- Evaluate results

TFTPD Services
- Discuss the benefits of TFTPD
- Implement TFTPD server
- Move data using standard TFTP client
- Confirm appropriate permissions and highlight caveats
- Archive infrastructure configuration via TFTPD
- Confirm results

SMB Services
- Discuss features & benefits
- Contrast with Samba Server
- Identify SMB resources
- Implement SMB server
- Test accessibility via SMB | CIFS

Apache - Web Services - HTTPD
- Introduction to Apache HTTPD
- Identify default configuration
- Publish Apache manual
- Configure and expore $USER directories
- Discuss Apache LOGs and configurabiljity
- Implement IP-based Virtual Hosts (VHosts)
- Implement Name-based VHosts
- Contrast applicability and configurability of various VHosts

- Discuss virtualization options
- Highlight benefits of zones
- Discuss features and restrictions
- Implement zones
- Confirm connectivity to zones

- Introduction to Roles Based Access Control (RBAC)
- Identify default roles and associated privileges
- Contrast RBAC with DAC
- Explain how RBAC augments DAC
- Install NMap security scanner
- Perform reconnaissance on all nodes
- Identify potential vulnerabilities
- Take steps to strengthen overall security posture of nodes


UnixCBT Sol11x Edition

UnixCBT Sol11x Edition

UnixCBT Sol11x Edition

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