Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administration Ed 2 (D78415GC20)

The Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administration course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to configure and administer a reliable, scalable, highly available, resource-optimized, and secure enterprise-grade network infrastructure, both physical and virtual, by using the various networking features and technologies in Oracle Solaris 11. Some of the key features of Software Defined Networking (SDN) covered in this course include VNICs, etherstub, VXLAN, EVS, and reflective relay. The course also provides an overview of the Neutron component of OpenStack and its role in managing the elastic network requirements of a cloud infrastructure.

Learn To:
  • Configure a virtual network.
  • Configure network high availability.
  • Configure network services.
  • Manage network resources.
  • Implement network security.
  • Integrate with OpenStack.
  • Diagnose networking issues.

Benefits To You:

The course uses extensive hands-on approach to explain the networking capabilities introduced, enhanced, or modified in Oracle Solaris 11. Through scenarios and illustrations, the course explains how the network virtualization features and technologies in Oracle Solaris 11 make a good case for network consolidation, geographies notwithstanding. The course also covers some of the observability tools used for diagnosing and troubleshooting networking issues.

Get Hands-On Experience

Learn through a scenario-based hands-on approach to build, configure, and administer virtual networks, failover options, network services, network resources, and network security. Immersing yourself in this new material will help you develop a better understanding of how these virtual networks function.