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HP-UX High Availability, Security, and Virtualization Management Track

HP Serviceguard I


Description and Schedule

This course teaches system administrators how to effectively use Serviceguard to protect mission critical applications from a wide variety of hardware and software failures. The 5-day course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HP servers. This course has been updated to support HP-UX 11.31 and Serviceguard version 11.18 but is still applicable to earlier versions of the product.

HP Extended Distance Clusters for HP-UX and Linux


Description and Schedule

This advanced course teaches system administrators about disaster tolerant clusters design and infrastructure. Topics include disaster tolerance concepts, overview of the architectures involved, installation and configuration of a Metrocluster and Continentalclusters, configuring a package in a Metrocluster, theory of product operation, basic Metrocluster maintenance and troubleshooting, maintenance mode, and disaster recovery dress rehearsal. The course is 60 percent lecture and 40 percent hands-on labs using HP Integrity and ProLiant servers and HP 3PAR storage systems.

HP-UX Troubleshooting


Description and Schedule

This course provides troubleshooting tools and procedures to find and fix HP-UX system problems. Concepts are refreshed before tools and techniques are examined. Critical thinking labs are provided using case studies, demonstrations, and hands-on break/fix labs. The course is 55 percent lecture and 45 percent hands-on labs using HP Integrity servers.

POSIX Shell Programming


Description and Schedule

This course covers advanced POSIX shell programming for technical users and system administrators. You will learn the tools necessary to automate complex tasks and increase productivity. The format of your course is 50 percent lecture and 50 percent hands-on. The duration of your course is five days.

PERL programming


Description and Schedule

This course provides system administrators, programmers, and technical users with the basics of Perl programming. Topics include: Perl program syntax and structure, control and data structures, file processing, use of pattern matching, skills needed for doing system administration with Perl (e.g. running system commands and checking return codes), creating functions, processing fixed-width or binary files, importing and using modules (including object-oriented modules), and programming CGI. The course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HP server.