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Micro Focus Open Enterprise Server Administration

3137

5 Days

Beginner

The purpose of this course is to teach students Open Enterprise Server (OES) basic administrative skills to install and configure Micro Focus OES (versions through OES 2015). Students learn the concepts, components, and processes of all Micro Focus OES Services, which is required core knowledge for anyone who plans to administer Micro Focus OES.

Students are provided a lab environment to build their administrative knowledge by performing “real-world" tasks through a variety of exercises related to installing and configuring Micro Focus OES and its services on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

Key Objectives

The following are key learning objectives for the course:

Install and Configure Micro Focus OES
Implement Linux User Management
Manage Storage and Volumes
Configure and Manage NSS AD Support
Implement Advanced NSS Features
Implement Micro Focus iFolder
Implement NetStorage
Implement Micro Focus iPrint
Implement Domain Services for Windows

Audience Summary

This course is designed for students who are new to Micro Focus Open Enterprise Server or any of its services. The audience might include Micro Focus Software system administrators, Micro Focus Help Desk personnel, Reseller/partner technical support staff, and networking consultants.

Course Outline

Introduction

Section 1: Install and Configure Open Enterprise Server

Objective 1: Describe Micro Focus OES 2015
Objective 2: Install Micro Focus OES
Objective 3: Implement Patches and Upgrades

Section 2: Implement Linux User Management

Objective 1: Describe LUM Fundamentals
Objective 2: Implement LUM
Objective 3: Enable Users for Linux Access

Section 3: Manage Storage and Volumes

Objective 1: Describe File and Storage Options
Objective 2: Provide File Access with NCP Server for Linux
Objective 3: Configure and Manage NSS

Section 4: Configure and Manage NSS AD Support

Objective 1: Describe NSS AD Support
Objective 2: Review the NSS AD Support Matrix
Objective 3: Describe Prerequisites for NSS AD
Objective 4: Install or Upgrade to OES 2015 with NSS AD Support
Objective 5: Provide DST and DFS Support for AD Access
Objective 6: AD-Enable a Volume
Objective 7: Manage NSS Trustee Rights with NFARM
Objective 8: Describe Identity Transfer (NIT)
Objective 9: Manage User Rights with NURM

Section 5: Implement Advanced NSS Features

Objective 1: Use Dynamic Storage Technology
Objective 2: Manage NSS Pool Snapshots
Objective 3: Implement Distributed File Services

Section 6: Implement Micro Focus iFolder

Objective 1: Describe How Micro Focus iFolder Works
Objective 2: Plan Your Micro Focus iFolder Implementation
Objective 3: Install Micro Focus iFolder on OES for Linux
Objective 4: Configure Micro Focus iFolder Policies
Objective 6: Implement the Micro Focus iFolder Client
Objective 7: Create Micro Focus iFolders

Section 7: Implement NetStorage

Objective 1: Describe How NetStorage Works
Objective 2: Install and Configure NetStorage
Objective 3: Access Files Through NetStorage

Section 8: Implement Micro Focus iPrint

Objective 1: Describe Micro Focus iPrint
Objective 3: Manage Network Printing
Objective 4: Install the Micro Focus iPrint Client on Linux
Objective 4: Install the Micro Focus iPrint Client on Windows

Section 9: Implement Domain Services for Windows

Objective 1: Describe DSfW Purpose
Objective 2: Describe DSfW Architecture
Objective 3: Describe DSfW Prerequisites and Protocols
Objective 4: Plan a DSfW Deployment
Objective 5: Install DSfW in a Name Mapped Scenario
Objective 6: Provision DSfW
Objective 7: Manage DSfW

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of networks and networking (such as the knowledge required for the CompTIA Network+ certification) is recommended. Familiarity with Micro Focus technologies (such as eDirectory) and some basic administrative skills in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server can be helpful (though not required).

Cost

$2,100 / €2,100