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AIX Administration training Lucknow Reviews

AIX Administration training Lucknow Reviewed by Balaraj

on 2020-10-07

5 / 5 5 Star Rating: Excellent

After my graduation, I was unable to get a job and then I have joined in Lucknow to undergo Apache Spark Progamming Course. This course has helped me to start my career and to get a job soon after my completion of the course. Thanks to in Lucknow for all their support.

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AIX Administration training Lucknow Reviewed by Phalak

on 2020-10-03

5 / 5 5 Star Rating: Excellent

The institute has experienced trainers who assist students to learn SAP PP certification in Gosainganj from the scratch. is a Good institute for training, and they also provide good placements in Lucknow.

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AIX Administration training Lucknow Reviewed by Sadhika

on 2020-10-03

5 / 5 5 Star Rating: Excellent

in Lucknow provides the coaching is very good with lots of examples for better understanding. Covers latest syllabus needed by the companies for software job. For ANSYS Workbench, I prefer in Lucknow City.

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AIX Administration training Lucknow Reviewed by Aaradhya

on 2020-09-25

4 / 5 4 Star Rating: Very Good

My trainer was co- operative in building the sense of SAP QM certification. Specially, when I asked question he instructed me in details. Sometimes, he assisted me practically. Besides, he told us how to develop an entire project with practical sense. He is a good trainer indeed from from Bhadrukh in Lucknow.

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iClass Lucknow provides real-time and placement focused AIX Administration learning in lucknow . Our AIX System Admin course includes basic to advanced level with classroom & Online Learning options. IBM AIX Admin course curriculam is designed to get the job placement in reputed MNC companies in lucknow as quickly as once you complete the your IBM AIX Admin course. Our AIX Administration trainers in lucknow are certified and experienced working professionals with hands on real time knowledge. We have designed our course content and syllabus based on students requirement to achieve everyones career goal. In our AIX Administration training program, you will learn to work.

iClass Lucknow offers AIX Administration course through online training with live one-to-one learning options. Considering covid-19 pandemic, many of our students in our iClass Lucknow learning centers, opted to Online learning mode from Classroom. This helped them to continue AIX Administration training Online without any delay in course completion. We offer both combination of Classroom / Instructor-led training and AIX Administration online training in Lucknow. Whenever you can travel, you can attend the AIX Administration classroom classes or choose to attend our AIX Administration online classes. You can also switch to Classroom from online classes without any additional course fees.

AIX or Advanced Interactive eXecutive is an open operating system from IBM thats based on a variant of UNIX. AIX/ESA was designed for IBMs System/390 or large server hardware system. AIX/6000 is a working system that runs on IBMs workstation system, the RISC System/6000. It is ordinarily employed for business servers and comes with a robust set of security options like Kerberos V5 network authentication and lively secure tunnel authentication. The system supports IBMs 64-bit POWER processor and is backwards-compatible using 32-bit applications. It also runs many Linux programs after recompiling them and has full support for Java 2. AIX enables the system administrator to split memory, CPU, and disk access between different jobs. It is mainly utilized for servers in huge businesses where IT professionals work with it. There are a few functions and obligations of an AIX Adminstrator. AIX Administrators have to configure and install AIX operating systems and servers. They need to provide support for AIX OS to run different software programs. They need to maintain and update your AIX OS. They need to install and examine AIX OS stains. Theyre also accountable for creating processes for AIX management and security. They need to upgrade the standard policies based on environmental changes and audit outcomes. They need to develop performance development initiatives for AIX program atmosphere. AIX Adminstrators must identify and solve system issues in a timely way. They need to organize and plan the testing, installation, and maintenance of AIX systems applications and related hardware. They need to also plan and implement AIX projects within approved timelines. They need to analyze software and hardware environments to ascertain any platform flaws. They need to keep proof of AIX hardware and software elements and user and operator procedures. They need to develop data backups and recovery techniques in case of failure, redundancy, etc.. They have to have the ability to find and troubleshoot system functional and operational difficulties. They have to have the ability to do performance maintenance patterns to guarantee continuous system availability. They need to also create and implement disaster recovery processes to guarantee business continuity.

iClass Lucknow offers AIX Administration training with choice of multiple training locations across lucknow. Our AIX System Admin training centers are equipped with lab facilities and excellent infrastructure. We also provide AIX System Admin certification training in lucknow gives clear path for our students in. Through our associated AIX Administration training centers, we have trained more than 550 AIX Administration students and provided AIX Administration placement training in lucknow. Our AIX System Admin course fees is value for money and tailor-made course fees in lucknow based on the each students training requirements. AIX Administration training in lucknow conducted on day time classes, weekend training classes, evening batch classes and fast track training classes.

AIX Administration training course content and Syllabus in Lucknow

  • 1.System Administration Concepts
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Who is the system administrator
  • c.What does the system administrator do
  • d.What a system administrator must know
  • e.Using the root login id
  • f.Aix configuration files
  • g.System security
  • h.Lecture summary
  • 2.The System Management Interface Tool
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Unix system management -- the old way
  • c.Aix system management
  • d.The philosophy -- "smit happens"
  • e.High level commands
  • f.Smit tasks
  • g.Smit screens
  • h.Smit screen symbols
  • i.Smit function keys
  • j.The log and script files
  • k.The smit graphical user interface
  • l.Executing smit
  • m.Lecture summary
  • 3.Managing AIX User Accounts and Groups
  • a.Objectives
  • b.Lecture objectives
  • c.Attributes of a user accounts
  • d.Managing aix groups
  • e.Passwords
  • 4.Managing AIX User Accounts and Groups (Contd)
  • a.Aix user and group management files
  • b.The /etc/passwd file
  • c.The /etc/security/passwd file
  • d.The /etc/group file
  • e.The /etc/security/group file
  • f.Group administrators
  • g.The /etc/security/user file
  • h.The /etc/security/limits file
  • i.The /etc/security/login.cfg file
  • j.User management tasks
  • k.Adding a new user
  • l.The /usr/lib/security/user.default file
  • m.Removing a user
  • n.Adding a group
  • o.Setting port attributes
  • p.User services
  • q.Lecture summary
  • 5.AIX Device Management
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Aix devices
  • c.Aix device management strategy
  • d.Device management tasks
  • e.The configuration manager (/etc/cfgmgr)
  • f.The object data manager
  • g.Methods and device states
  • h.A word about scsi devices
  • i.Device management through smit
  • j.Adding devices
  • k.Removing a device
  • l.Changing a device
  • m.Device management commands
  • n.Lecture summary
  • 6.The AIX Queueing System
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Queueing system concepts
  • c.Queue configurations
  • d.Components of the aix queueing system
  • e.The qdaemon program
  • f.The /etc/qconfig file
  • g.Backend programs
  • h.Adding a printer and queue
  • i.Managing queues
  • j.Queueing system files
  • k.Correcting a configuration problem
  • l.Using the queueing system
  • m.Specifying the destination queue and printer
  • n.Creating a batch queue
  • o.Configuring a print server
  • p.Configuring a print client
  • q.Working with virtual printers
  • r.Lecture summary
  • s.Additional information
  • 7.File System Basics
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.File types
  • c.Ordinary files
  • d.Inodes
  • e.Directories
  • f.Pathnames -- the big picture
  • g.The global file system
  • h.Physical file systems
  • i.Virtual file systems
  • j.Aix file system device names
  • k.Mounting file systems
  • l.Seeing whats mounted
  • m.The /etc/filesystems file
  • n.Unmounting file systems
  • o.Mounting over a non-empty directory
  • p.The fuser command
  • q.Listing file systems
  • r.File system groups
  • s.Monitoring file system space -- the df command
  • t.Files that grow
  • u.Other file system commands
  • v.Hard links
  • w.Tracing hard links
  • x.Symbolic links
  • y.Additional information
  • z.Lecture summary
  • 8.The Journaled File System
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Features of the journaled file system
  • c.The structure of the jfs
  • d.Data block access schemes
  • e.Jfs control files
  • f.The jfs log
  • g.Creating a journaled file system
  • h.Extending a journaled file system
  • i.Removing a journaled file system
  • j.Jfs data block fragmentation
  • k.Setting the number of inodes
  • l.File system defragmentation -- the defragfs command
  • m.Additional information
  • n.Lecture summary
  • 9.The Logical Volume Manager
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.The aix disk i/o strategy
  • c.Features of the logical volume manager
  • d.Physical volumes
  • e.Volume groups
  • f.Physical partitions
  • g.Logical volumes
  • h.Logical partitions
  • i.An introduction to mirroring
  • j.The volume group descriptor area
  • k.The rootvg
  • l.Adding a physical volume to the system
  • m.Creating a volume group
  • n.Varying on a volume group
  • o.Varying off a volume group
  • p.Logical volume strategies
  • q.Creating a logical volume
  • r.Additional information
  • s.Lecture summary
  • 10.AIX Backup and Restore
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Reasons for doing backups
  • c.Types of backups
  • d.Tools for backups and restores
  • e.Archive files and tape drive attributes
  • f.Tape device names
  • g.Creating and using a stacked tape
  • h.Restoring from a stacked tape
  • i.Backing up the root volume group
  • j.Restoring from a system image backup
  • k.The backup command
  • l.Backing up filesystems
  • m.Backing up filesystems, cont.
  • n.Filesystem backup strategy
  • o.Restoring a filesystem
  • p.Backing up individual files
  • q.Additional information
  • r.Lecture summary
  • 11.AIX Backup and Restore
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.The aix boot process
  • c.The configuration manager
  • d.Run levels
  • e.The /etc/inittab file
  • f.Start-up shell scripts
  • g.The /sbin/rc.boot file
  • h.Changing run levels
  • i.The init command
  • j.Halting the system
  • k.The shutdown command
  • l.Lecture summary
  • 12.Basic AIX Problem Determination
  • a.Lecture objectives
  • b.Aix problem determination
  • c.The operator panel
  • d.The aix boot process
  • e.Potential boot problems
  • f.The problem solving guide
  • g.Booting the system in service mode
  • h.Hardware diagnostics
  • i.The error log
  • j.Error reports
  • k.Cleaning the error log
  • l.System dumps
  • m.Lecture summary

AIX Administration training duration in Lucknow

Regular Classes( Morning, Day time & Evening)

  • Duration : 7 Weeks

Weekend Training Classes( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

  • Duration : 10 Weeks

Fast Track Training classes ( 5+ hours daily)

  • Duration : within 49 Days

AIX Administration trainer Profile & Placement

Our AIX Administration Trainers

  • More than 7 Years of experience in AIX Administration Technologies
  • Has worked on 9 realtime AIX Administration projects
  • Working in a MNC company in Lucknow
  • Trained 550 Students so far.
  • Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge
  • AIX Administration certified Professionals

AIX Administration (AIX System Admin) Placement Training in Lucknow

  • More than 550 students Trained
  • 377 students Placed
  • 182 Interviews Organized
  • Placement Supported by InterviewDesk.com

AIX Administration training Locations in Lucknow

Our AIX System Admin Training centers

  • Aliganj
  • Charbagh
  • Faizabad Road
  • Gomati Nagar
  • Hazratganj
  • Hussainganj
  • Indira Nagar Colony
  • Mohibulapur
  • Rajaji Puram
  • Telibagh

AIX Administration training batch size (students per class) in Lucknow

Regular Batch ( Morning, Day time & Evening)

  • Seats Available : 6 students maximum per batch

Weekend Training Batch( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

  • Seats Available : 5 trainees per batch

Fast Track batch

  • Seats Available : 4 maximum allowed in the class.

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