Oracle Linux Training

Oracle Linux Administration Training

We offer the Oracle Linux System Administration and the Oracle Linux Advanced Administration Trainings.

Course Name  Days Price
Oracle Linux System Administration 4 R17,000
Oracle Linux Advanced Administration 4 R19,000

Oracle Linux System Administration.

The Oracle Linux System Administration course also know as unbreakable linux,covers a range of skills including installation, using the Unbreakable.Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, monitoring and troubleshooting.


  • Database Administrators
  • Support Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Technical Administrator

Course Objectives

  • Install Oracle Linux
  • Maintain swap space
  • Use Ksplice to update the kernel on a running system.
  • Configure system logging.
  • Install software packages from Unbreakable Linux Network and other repositories.
  • Troubleshoot problems and perform corrective action.
  • Perform Security Administration (iptables, chroot, TCP wrappers).
  • Load and configure the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.
  • Load kernel modules and configure kernel module parameters
  • Perform User and Group administration
  • Create file systems
  • Use Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
  • Configure RAID devices
  • Configure File Sharing services (NFS, FTP, OpenSSH)


  Oracle Linux Advanced Administration

Oracle Linux Advanced Administration training is ideal for experienced administrators who need to learn more about advanced features of Oracle Linux. You'll learn to configure network and authentication services, implement virtualization technologies to more effectively manage system resources, and deploy new types of file systems to improve performance and increase data integrity, while developing troubleshooting and advanced storage administration.


  • Data Center Manager
  • Network Administrator
  • Support Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • System Integrators.

Course Objectives

  • Configure network addressing and authentication services
  • Configure Apache web services
  • Automate installation using Kickstart
  • Create and use Btrfs file systems
  • Create and use XFS file systems
  • Configure resource management using Control Groups (cgroups)
  • Configure operating system-level virtualization with Linux Containers (LXC)
  • Configure server virtualization with KVM
  • Configure iSCSI shared storage
  • Configure Device Mapper Multipathing
  • Create Udev rules for persistent device naming
  • Configure a shared disk cluster file system using Oracle Cluster File System Version 2 (OCFS2)
  • Collect and analyze core dumps
  • Explore your system using Dynamic Tracing (DTrace)
  • Configure and use SELinux
  • Perform advanced software package management