SUSE Linux Enterprise Certified Engineer SLE301

SUSE Training - SLE 301 Suse Certified Engineer

SUSE training in Johannesburg South Africa, by Jumping Bean. We are an approved SUSE partner.

The course SUSE Linux ​Enterprise Server 12 Advanced ​Administration builds ​upon the ​SUSE Linux ​Enterprise ​Server 12 ​Administration ​course​ and​ teaches​ advanced system​ administration​ tasks​ on​ SLES​ 12. Attending students should​ have a good working knowledge​ of general system configuration and working with the Linux command line.

After​ attending​ the​ course,​ the student should be capable​ of administering SLES 12​ and be​ able to​ deal with specialized networking and storage​ configuration. They​ should also have​ a solid understanding of​ basic​
Bash scripting. This​ course helps​ prepare students for the​ SUSE Certified Engineer​ in Enterprise Linux​ 12 (2018 Update) certification exam.

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Course Duration Price ZAR(ex vat) Price USD
SUSE Linux Enterprise Certified Engineer Summary
SUSE Linux Enterprise Certified Engineer - Course 301 4 days R20,000 $1,400
  •  Lunch, refreshments and training material included.
  •  Class start at 9:00am for 9:30am
  •  South Africa training locations: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban
  •  Global training locations: USA, Canada, UK, Dubai, Europe

SUSE Linux Enterprise Certified Engineer - Course 301

During ​this course​ you will​ learn:

  • System​ Optimization
  • Control​ Groups
  • Manage​ encryption
  • Use​ the​ Shell efficiently and​ create​ Shell scripts
  • Manage​ Hardware​ and​ Drivers
  • Advanced​ Networking​ configuration
  • iSCSI and Multipath​ IO
  • Centralized​ Authentication
  • Packaging​ software​ and​ managing​ system updates
  • Advanced​ system​ deployment
  • Configuration​ Management​ using​ Salt


The​ course​ is​ designed for​ those​ who​ already​ have​ experience with​ Linux,​ including general​ system​ configuration and​ using​ the​ command​ line. The course is​ ideal​ for those​ seeking advanced administration​
skills​ on​ SUSE​ Linux​ Enterprise​ Server 12, those​ who​ have​ completed the​ SUSE​ Linux Enterprise Server​ 12​ Administration (SLE201)​ course​ and​ those​ preparing to​ take​ the​ SUSE Certified Engineer​ in Enterprise Linux​ 12​ (2018 Update)​ certification exam.Prerequisites Before​ attending​ this course,​ it​ is highly recommended that​ students have a​ good working knowledge of​ Linux​ and​ should​ be​ able​ to:


  • Perform​ partitioning​ and​ file​ system setup​ and​ maintenance
  • Perform​ system configuration including network setup and user management
  • Manage​ software​ packages
  • Work​ on the​ command line including file management and text editing

This​ knowledge​ can​ be​ gained through​ the​ SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Administration

Section​ 1:​ Advanced​ System Administration

  • YaST​ Security Module
    • Understand​ and use the YaST​ Security​ Module
  • Backup​ and​ Recovery
    • Understand and​ Use​ Snapper
  • Software​ Libraries
    • Understand​ Software​ Libraries​ in Linux
  • General ​Server​ Health
    • Gather​ Server​ Health​ and Performance Information
  • Monitoring​ Overview
    • Monitoring​ Methodology
    • What​ are Optimization​ Tools?
    • The​ Optimization​ Process
    • System​ Optimization​ Tools
  • Control​ Groups
    • Understand​ Linux​ Control​ Groups

Section​ 02:​ Encryption

    • Understand​ SSL/TLS​ Concepts
    • Create​ a Certificate​ Authority
    • Generate​ and​ Use​ Certificates
    • openSSL
  • GPG
    • Understand​ GPG​ Concepts
    • Perform​ GPG Key Creation​ and Management
    • Perform​ GPG​
    • Key​ Distribution

Section​ 03: Shell Scripting

  • Use​ Basic​ Script​ Elements
  • Use​ Control Structures
  • Read​ User​ Input
  • Use​ Arrays
  • Use​ Functions
  • Use​ Command​ Options​ in​ Scripts
  • Test​ File​ Types​ and​ Compare Values

Section ​04:​ Hardware

  • Hardware​ Info
    • Display​ Hardware​ Information
  • Drivers
    • Understand​ Linux​ Drivers
    • Use​ Driver​ Management​ Utilities

Section​ 05:​ Advanced​ Networking

  • Network​ Namespaces
    • Understand​ Linux Network​ Namespaces
    • Work​ with​ Linux​ Network​ Namespaces
  • Openvswitch
    • Understand​ Openvswitch​ Concepts
    • Install​ and​ Configure​ Openvswitch
  • IPv6
    • Understand​ IPv6
    • Configure​ IPv6

Section​ 06:​ Storage Administration

  • iSCSI
    • Understand​ iSCSI​ Concepts
    • Configure​ and​ Manage​ the​ LIO​ Daemon
  • MPIO
    • Understand​ Mutipath​ I/O
    • Configure​ and Manage Device Mapper​ Multipath I/O

Section​ 07: Centralized Authentication

  • PAM
    • Understand​ PAM
    • Configure​ PAM
  • SSSD
    • Understand​ SSSD
    • Deploy​ SSSD

Section​ 08:​ Packaging​ and​ Updates

  • RPM
    • Mange​ RPM​ Packages
    • Build​ RPM​ Packages
    • Understand​ the​ RPM spec​ file
    • Sign​ RPM Packages with GPG
  • Repositories
    • Understand​ Software​ Repository​ Concepts
    • Create​ a Software Repository with creatrepo
    • Sign​ RPM-MD Software Repositories
    • Manage​ Software​ Repositories with​ libzypp
  • SMT
    • Understand​ the Subscription Management​ Tool​ (SMT)
    • Install​ and​ Configure​ an​ SMT Server
    • Manage Software Repositories with SMT
    • Use​ Repository Staging with SMT
    • Configure​ SMT Clients

Section​ 09:Advanced Deployment

  • AutoYaST
    • Introduction​ to AutoYaST
    • Prepare​ for an​ AutoYaST Installation
    • Configure​ and Installation​ Server
    • Configure​ PXE
  • Kiwi
    • Overview​ of​ KIWI
    • Installing​ KIWI
    • Basic​ Workflow
    • Building​ Images
    • Customizing​ the​ Boot​ Process
    • The​ KIWI Image​ Description File
    • Advanced​ Configuration​ Options
    • Image​ Maintenance System Analysis
  • Machinery
    • Overview​ of​ Machinery
    • Installation
    • Using​ Machinery

Section​ 10: Configuration Management​ with​ Salt

  • Salt​ Overview
  • Install and Configure Salt
  • Understand​ Execution Modules
  • Understand​ the​ Salt​ State​ System