Service Provisioning System Software Administration for UNIX

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  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    4 Days
Description

Describe the N1 Service Provisioning model. Identify the major components that make up the N1 Service Provisioning System. Log in to the N1 Service Provisioning System graphical user interface. Navigate through N1 Service Provisioning System graphical user interface. Define N1 Service Provisioning System components and containers. N1 Service Provisioning System component variables. Run native.

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Course programme


NPS-466 N1 Service Provisioning System Software Administration for UNIX
Course Content :: Duration :: Course Fees
4 days

INR 25000.0 plus service taxes

Overview
The N1 Service Provisioning System Software Administration for UNIX course provides students with the information they need to install, configure, operate, and manage the N1 Service Provisioning System product. It describes the organizational architecture, including the features and functions, resource requirements, and the benefits. This course is an instructor-led class that consists of a mix of lecture and lab exercises.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
· Describe the N1 Service Provisioning model
· Identify the major components that make up the N1 Service Provisioning System
· Log in to the N1 Service Provisioning System graphical user interface
· Navigate through N1 Service Provisioning System graphical user interface
· Define N1 Service Provisioning System components and containers
· N1 Service Provisioning System component variables
· Run native commands on a target host using the N1 Service Provisioning System
· Deploy application simple components
· Deploy application container components
· Verify application component deployment

PreRequisites

To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to:
· Perform Solaris Operating System administrative tasks
· Perform Ethernet network administrative tasks
· Perform UNIX-based application deployment

Who Can Benefit

Students who can benefit from this course are highly experienced system administrators, technical support engineers, field service engineers, system support engineers, Sun Professional Service(SM) engineers, and other individuals who administer or support the N1 Service Provisioning System software for UNIX.

Duration :4 days

Course Fees :INR 25000.0 plus service taxes

INR 28090.00 inclusive of service taxes

Course Content :
N1 Service Provisioning System Introduction and Architecture
· Explain what the N1 Service Provisioning System (N1 SPS) software is
· Identify the major features of the N1 SPS software
· Explain the roles of the Master Server, Local Distributor, and Remote Agent
· Discuss the architectural choices available to you with the N1 SPS software
· Explore the user interface associated with the N1 SPS software
· Identify features of the main task bar of the N1 SPS software
· Discuss N1 SPS software paths

Introduction to the Host Database
· Create hosts in the Master Server database
· Discuss host sets
· Create host sets
· Discuss and create host types
· Discuss virtual hosts

Component Creation and Deployment
· Understand the role of components in the N1 SPS
· Understand the contents of a component
· List some of the built-in component types
· Differentiate between simple and container components
· Use best practices for creating and naming components
· Check in a component from the Gold Server
· Check in a container from the Gold Server
· Use built-in install and uninstall steps to deploy components
· Hide and delete components

N1 SPS Comparison Feature
· List the benefits of the N1 SPS comparison feature
· Describe the role of snapshots in the comparison feature
· Perform model-to-model comparisons
· Perform model-to-install comparisons
· Perform install-to-install comparisons

N1 SPS System Infrastructure
· Understand the role of the N1 SPS system services
· Understand the behavior associated with component types
· Review the component types used within the N1 SPS software

Introduction to the Command-Line Interface (CLI)
· Describe how the CLI contacts the Master Server
· Use the CLI help feature
· Get help on a specific CLI command
· Use the CLI to perform a basic file check-in
· Use the Jython CLI

Component XML, Variable, and the execNative Command
· Understand the role of component XML
· Discuss component variables
· Instantiate variables in configuration templates
· Discuss the use of the execNative command

Advanced Modeling
· Discuss parameters in the component XML files
· Define simple and composite plans
· Use component constructs in the component and plan XML files
· Use the N1 SPS software's built-in verifications in the XML files

Modeling and Deploying WebLogic Platform Components
· Understand the special support for the WebLogic platform in the N1 SPS software
· Discuss the WebLogic platform UI shortcuts
· Define virtual hosts of the proper type for the WebLogic platform
· Discuss the WebLogic platform's related component types
· Deploy a WebLogic platform application
· Discuss "best practices" related to the WebLogic platform

System Administration
· Discuss, at a high level, the installation process
· Understand N1 SPS installation prerequisites
· Discuss the different installation bundles available
· Set up automated Remote Agent installations
· Configure Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication
· Configure Secure Shell (SSH) communication
· Start the N1 SPS software applications
· Stop the N1 SPS software applications
· Back up the N1 SPS software's database
· Restore the N1 SPS software's database
· Create and manage users and groups

Related Courses (Before)
System Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System Part 2
Network Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System

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