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Solaris Exam Cram Workshop for Exam 310-012

 

Purchase Training
$400

Length: 9 hrs (Three Sessions - 3 hrs each)

Prerequisite: System Administration II, or equivalent experience

Recommendation Statement:
It is assumed that the student has an understanding of UNIX and have some (if only limited) UNIX system administration experience.

Course Description:
Prepare for your Solaris certification exam with Solaris Expert and Author of the best selling "Solaris 8 Adminstrator Certification Training Guide", Bill Calkins. The Solaris System Administrator 2 Certification Cram Workshop provides you with the information you need to pass the 310-012 exam. Lab excercises and discussion of all the topics that will be covered will prepare you to successfully complete the Sun Certified System Administrator for the Solaris Operating Environment Part 2 exam (exam #310-012).

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Describe and understand each exam objective:

∙ Review TCP/IP Network Environment
∙ Review Syslog and Auditing
∙ Review Disk Management: Virtual File Systems, Solstice Disksuite, and Sun StorEdge Volume Manager
∙ Review Pseudo File Systems
∙ Review Swap Space
∙ Review Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
∙ Review Network File System (NFS) Administration
∙ Review Solaris Naming Services, DNS, NIS, and NIS+
∙ Review Solaris Management Console and Solstice AdminSuite
∙ Review Installation Over the Network and JumpStart
∙ Exam Preparation Techniques and Sample Testing

- Review questions pertinent to each objective
- Understand how the certification exam is structured
- Gain familiarity and practice with the different question types
- Gain familiarity and practice with sample test material
- Learn tips for taking the exam

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