Linux Admin UNIX Perl Shell Scripting

Our Linux Course Contents Structured According As Industrial Requirement

  • OS structure
  • Boot process
  • Basic, Essential and Advance Commands
  • User Group Management
  • Permissions
  • Service Management
  • Network Essentials
  • Shell Scripting
  • Perl
  • Network Troubleshooting
  • Linux As a router
  • Understanding on remote login
  • File Transfer, FTP, TELNET, SSH
  • Concept and Implementations of DNS
  • DHCP in a commercial manner
  • Understanding Gateway
  • Proxy Concept in industrial implementation
  • Up/Trojan Horse Etc… & counter measures
  • How to deploy a full featured Proxy Server
  • Content filtering
  • Monitoring
  • Reporting
  • Control Panel
  • Understanding Mailing System in depth
  • How to build a Enterprises Mail Server
  • Implementation on popular MTA like Sendmail/Qmail/Postfix
  • Understanding of RBL/PBL ( Integration with Mail Server)
  • Web Hosting Techniques
  • Build and manage a LAMP Server
  • Concept of HTTPD and MySQL
  • Multiple Domain Environments
  • Sub domains
  • Linux File Server [Samba Server]
  • User group management/ Veto files
  • Backup, restore files and folder
  • Windows AD/MySQL/LDAP Integration
  • Single Sign on for various Servers [Proxy, Mail Server etc.]
  • Linux Security ( Firewall / Service Level Security / Tips and Tricks)
  • Gateway Management
  • Load Balancing
  • Concept of Nagios Tool
  • SVN
  • Ruby On Rails
  • Building A Chat Server
  • Tips and Tricks for

Mail Server maintenance
Proxy Server Maintenance
Log Analysiso Discussion on common Industrial Problems
Introduction of New Technologies

 

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    i would like to know fees of this course (Linux Admin UNIX Perl Shell Scripting)

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