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Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Specialist Boot Camp

Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Specialist Boot Camp is designed to prepare partners to understand the core concepts and practical knowledge required in order to prepare for the Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Essentials Exam (1Z0-460) and become an Oracle Linux 6 Certified Implementation Specialist. Through a series of lectures and hands on labs, attending partners will gain expertise with Oracle Linux 6 powerful new features and be able to demonstrate knowledge on how to effectively utilize these features during installations and implementations with their customers. This boot camp has been created to reflect the changes introduced in Oracle Linux 6.3. What will we cover: The Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Specialist Boot Camp will provide students with a thorough introduction into the technical implementation aspects of Oracle Linux 6 installation, configuration, file system and network administration, package management, troubleshooting as well as introducing some of the unique Oracle Linux features like Ksplice Zero Downtime Patching, and Oracles Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. The combination of recommended training plus the two day boot camp which will consist mainly of hands on labs should help prepare students to take the Certified Implementation Specialist exam for Oracle Linux 6.

Learn:

Oracle Linux 6 installation Linux Boot and System Configuration Oracle Linux Software Package Management and Ksplice Zero Downtime patching Users and Groups Administration File System Administration Basic Networking and Security Administration Oracle Linux System Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Duration: This Boot Camp is a 2-day live class. Note: The duration is intended for general reference. The boot camp instructor may recommend a different approach in rolling the class.

Audience: Functional Implementers Pre-Sales Consultants Systems Integrators Installation Engineers System engineers

Prerequisite Training and Environment Requirements: Prior Oracle Linux or Red Hat Linux Implementation experience is good to have Must have some Linux Operating System or UNIX experience in general, and the hardware that it runs on Complete the Oracle Linux 6 Presales Specialist Guided Learning Path Complete the pre-work for the Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Specialist boot camp described below Ensure Laptop requirements described below are met Internet connectivity is required in the training facility

The lab exercises for the course require the student to use their own laptop and have installed and running Oracle VirtualBox. They will use VirtualBox to run all the Oracle Linux 6 lab exercises for practice. In order to start the course on time the student should have completed the following pre-work. Pre-work: Required software downloads on your laptop/system for the Oracle Linux 6 Boot Camp Lab exercises:

VirtualBox (Version 4.2.8 or later) - Download Here VirtualBox extensions - Download Here Oracle Linux 6.3 64 bit ISO File Download Here Oracle Linux Release 6 Update 3 for x86_64 (64 Bit) | Part Number - V33411-01 | 3.5 GB Size
Adobe reader or .pdf file reader application

Laptop Requirements Hardware Processor System memory Software Host Operating system A 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux or Solaris based laptop/system. Alternatively, a 32-bit host OS installed on a 64-bit CPU with VTx/AMD-V enabled in the BIOS. Firefox Internet Explorer v7 or v8 Web Browser Safari 3.1 or later Note: Internet Explorer v6 is not supported Storage Requirements Network PDF Reader 20 GB free space recommended to accommodate all ISO images, labs, and storage practice requirements Internet Connectivity is required for few labs Any .pdf reader for viewing lab files 1GHz + reasonably powerful 64 bit CPU At least 2 GB Total RAM (should have 1GB free RAM available for Linux guest OS)

Agenda Topics: Day 1 9am to 5:30pm Lecture - Introduction Lecture Oracle Linux Overview Lecture - Basic installation overview Lab 1 Installation Lecture - Boot and System Configuration Lab 2 Boot and System Configuration Lab Lecture Linux Package Management and Ksplice Zero Downtime Patching Lab 3 Package Management and Ksplice Zero Downtime Patching lab Lab 4 User/Group Administration

Day 2 - 9am to 5:30pm Lecture File System Administration Lab 5 File System Administration Lecture Basic Network and Security Administration Lab 6 Basic Network and Security Administration Lecture System Monitoring and Troubleshooting Lab 7 System Monitoring and Troubleshooting Wrap up Note: The boot camp instructor may recommend a different approach in rolling the class. Students are required to check the boot camp agenda for the scheduled event they are interested in.

Related training: Oracle Linux 6 Presales Specialist GLP Coursework

Contact Us: For more information about Oracle Linux training available to Oracle Partners, visit competencycenter.oracle.com and also check out the Oracle Linux training courses from Oracle University.

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