Course in IBM AIX system administrationSysadmin Academy
Price on request
- 40 hours of class
The course is basically designed to prepares students to become system administrators so that they can effectively construct, direct, preserve and manage IBM Unix server in a networked setting. The course enable students to install, customize, and administer the AIX operating system in a multiuser environment. The course also emphasizes on configuring file systems, peripherals and user accounts and also managing and configuring core operating system patches and application software. Students who attend this course will be capable of logging into an AIX system and set a user password, Execute basic AIX commands, Manage files and directories, Use the vi editor, Use redirection, pipes, and tees, Use the utilities find and grep, Use the command and variable substitution, Set and change Korn shell variables, Write simple shell scripts etc.
After completing the course students will be able to Install AIX UNIX Operating System,
understand and use system management tools, supervise Physical and Logical devices, carry out file system management, reconfiguring the Kernel, generate and handle user and group accounts, perform and repair system backups, utilize administrative subsystems, as well as cron to schedule system tasks, and security to implement custom access of files and directories, build up necessary networking.
The content of the course includes Introduction to AIX Administration, AIX V5.3 Installation, Overview of SMIT, Security and User Administration, AIX File Hierarchy, AIX Software Installation and Maintenance, Working with File System, Managing File Systems, Working with Logical Volume Manager (LVM), Scheduling cron Jobs, Other Unix commands for backup, etc.
Students successful in this course will lead to IBM AIX professional certification.