Open Enterprise Server
Micro Focus offers courses to help Open Enterprise Server administrators administer their OES installation, understand and support eDirectory, and manage the underlying Linux Operating system (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server).
The purpose of this course is to teach students Open Enterprise Server (OES) basic administrative skills to install and configure Micro Focus OES (up through OES 2015). Students learn the concepts, components, and processes of all Micro Focus OES Services, which is required core knowledge for anyone who plans to administer Micro Focus OES.View full course description
The purpose of this course is to help eDirectory administrators become familiar with and proficient in most aspects of eDirectory that are necessary to manage an eDirectory implementation such as directory design concepts, database structure, management tools, data access, and synchronization concepts. As a review, a course appendix is provided that covers fundamental eDirectory concepts such as installation, object administration, directory rights, and partitions and replicas.View full course description
Upon completion of the course, the student should feel comfortable with eDirectory as an enterprise-wide directory database. The student should be able to manage eDirectory objects and understand how to access directory data through native protocols and through Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). The student will know how to utilize basic troubleshooting procedures and how to monitor and repair eDirectory processes and data.
Students taking the course should be familiar with the basics of Linux and Windows server navigation and management. Understanding directory database concepts such as trees, containers, leaf objects and partitions will be a big plus for students. Networking and VMware skills are also useful.
Course 3158 eDirectory Administration supports eDirectory v9.x.
The purpose of this course is to give students (both Micro Focus Partners and Customers) a fundamental set of SUSE Linux Enterprise knowledge and skills to be able to effectively work with Open Enterprise Server on a Linux platform. Students learn about the GUI interface and command line utilities, how to manage the file system, users, and groups, and manage software upgrades and installation.View full course description
Students are provided a lab environment to build their administrative knowledge through a variety of exercises related to fundamental administrative tasks.
The purpose of this course is to give students (both Micro Focus Partners and Customers) more advanced SUSE Linux Enterprise administrative knowledge and skills to be able to effectively work with Open Enterprise Server on a Linux platform. Students learn how to configure the network, manage hardware, Linux processes, user access and security, automate tasks, and monitor and perform server health checks.View full course description
Students are provided a lab environment to build their administrative knowledge through a variety of exercises related to these more advanced administrative tasks.
The Open Enterprise Server 11 Administration course helps students get the hands-on experience they need to administer core Open Enterprise Server 11 services. The course focuses on administration and maintenance of Micro Focus Open Enterprise Server 11 SP1, on file and print services, DNS and DHCP.View full course description
The objective of this course is to give IT Administrators who are focused on NetWare the knowledge, experience and advanced skills they will need to deploy Micro Focus Open Enterprise Server 11 for Linux.View full course description