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Installation and Configuration
Introduction to File Systems
Applications and Processes
Managing the Boot Process
Binding macOS to Active Directory
Troubleshooting Integration Issues
Mobile Device Management
There are no prerequisites for attending this course. However, basic knowledge of macOS would be beneficial.
Anyone interested in managing computer networks or labs running macOS can attend this course.
macOS Mojave is the major release of macOS, Apple's desktop OS for its lineup of computer devices. Apple continues to derive its core OS from Unix while adding new features to expand the existing framework of services. This macOS Mojave Troubleshooting and Support course is designed to provide knowledge of comprehensive and extensive knowledge of macOS to participants.
In this course, delegates will learn about keychain, hard disks, partitions, and volumes. Delegates will get an understanding of macOS permissions models, APFS file system, and disk management. In addition, delegates will also learn how to configure the network, proxy, and VPN settings.
During this 3-day course, delegates will be introduced to macOS recovery tools and utilities. Delegates will gain comprehensive knowledge of how to create, maintain, and deploy macOS images in a corporate network. Furthermore, they will learn how to troubleshoot in the Microsoft Windows Active Directory Environment. Post completion of this course, delegates will be able to manage macOS remotely.
Introduction to VPN
Exploring VPN Architectures
Introduction to VPN Security
VPN Tunneling Protocols
Introduction to Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Layer Two VPN Protocols
IP Security Protocol (IPsec)
Authentication and Access Control in VPN
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and VPNs
VPN Network and Service Management
There are no prerequisites to attend this course.
Anyone interested in learning about the working of VPN can attend this course. This course is well-suited for:
Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a term used to define a communication network that uses combinations of technologies for securing a connection tunnelled through an untrusted or unsecured network. VPN is called ‘virtual’ because it depends on the virtual connections use, which is a temporary connection without any real physical presence. This VPN Training side signed to provide knowledge on the complete working of VPN and its technologies.
In this VPN Training course, delegates will gain knowledge of PPTP, L2F, L2TP, and MPLS as VPN tunnelling protocols. Delegates will get an understanding of the Public key infrastructure (PKI) concept and its integration into VPN solutions. In addition, they will learn about security-based and layer-based VPN architectures.
During this 1-day training, delegates will be introduced to concepts like authentication header (AH), encapsulating security payload (ESP), and internet key exchange (IKE). They will acquire knowledge of network management architecture and protocols. Post completion of this training, delegates will be familiarised with the concept of redundancy and load-balancing.
Introduction to Samba
Install Samba on Unix System
Configure Windows Clients
Samba Configuration File
Accounts, Authentication, and Authorisation
Advanced Disk Shares
Overview of Printing
Name Resolution and Network Browsing
Domain Controllers and Member Servers
There are no prerequisites to attend this course. However, basic knowledge of computers will be beneficial.
Anyone interested in learning about Samba Server can attend this course. This course is useful for:
Samba is an open-source software suite that runs on Unix/Linux based platforms. Samba can communicate with Windows clients like a native application. It provides this service by employing the Common Internet File System (CIFS). This Samba Server Training is designed to provide knowledge about the working of Samba.
In this Samba Server Training, delegates will get an understanding of how to install Samba and enable SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool). Delegates will learn to create a PDF printer and manage Windows print drivers. In addition, delegates will learn how to configure Samba PDC and BDC. They will also be introduced to accounts, authentication, and authorisation.
During this 1-day training course, delegates will become familiarised with Samba and CUPS, queue lists, and tdb files. They will be introduced to name resolution and network browsing. Post completion of this training, delegates will be able to troubleshoot name services, network addresses and NetBIOS names.
Introduction and Installation
Introduction to Package Management
Overview of Networking
Introduction to DM-Multipath
Exploring Domain Name Service (DNS)
Overview of Security and Monitoring
Databases and LAMP Applications
File Servers and Email Services
Introduction to Chat Applications
Version Control System
Basics of Virtualisation
Clustering and VPN
There are no prerequisites to attend this course. However, basic knowledge of any Linux OS would be beneficial.
Anyone interested in learning about Ubuntu Linux server administration can attend this course.
The Knowledge Academy’s Ubuntu Linux Server Administration Training is designed to provide knowledge of how to install and configure server applications on the Ubuntu system as per your requirements. Delegates will learn about the installation process using liver server installer and Debian-installer. Delegates will gain knowledge of package management covering dpkg, apt, and aptitude.
In this 1-day training, delegates will be equipped with the knowledge of networking that includes network configuration, TCP/IP, and DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). In addition, delegates will get to learn about device mapper multipathing. This course will teach delegates how to set DM-multipath and its troubleshooting.
During this Ubuntu Linux Server Administration Training, delegates will gain knowledge of OpenSSH server and OpenLDAP server. They will learn about the relationship between Samba and LDAP as well as Kerberos and LDAP. Domain name service, web servers, and LAMP applications are some other essential topics covered in this training. At the end of this training, delegates will become familiarised with the samba, virtualisations, clustering and VPN.
Introduction and Installation of NGINX and NGINX Plus
Exploring Load Balancer
Introduction to NGINX Content Caching and Web Server
Configuring NGINX Plus as a Web Server
Serving Static Content
Introduction to NGINX Reverse Proxy
Overview of Compression and Decompression
Using NGINX and NGINX Plus as an Application Gateway
There are no prerequisites for attending this course. However, a basic knowledge of web server administrations would be beneficial.
Anyone interested in gaining knowledge of Nginx can attend this course.
NGINX is open-source software for reverse proxying, media streaming, web serving, load balancing, etc. The NGINX goal was to create the fastest web server. It constantly beats Apache and other servers measuring web server performance. This NGINX Web Server Administration Training course is designed to provide knowledge of how to install NGINX and NGINX Plus.
The first part of this 1-day training course looks at the installation of NGINX and NGINX Plus. Delegates will learn how to create NGINX Plus and NGINX configuration files. In addition, delegates will gain knowledge of how to configure dynamic load balancing with the NGINX Plus API. PROXY Protocol is one of the essential topic covered under this course.
During this course, delegates will learn how to configure NGINX Plus as a web server. Furthermore, delegates will learn how to enable sendfile, tcp_nopush, and tcp_nodelay. Before course completion, delegates will get familiarised with compression and decompression. They will also be able to configure NGINX and NGINX Plus for use with uWSGI and Django.
Online Instructor-led (1 days)
Classroom (1 days)
Online Self-paced (8 hours)
Source Code to Running Installation
Basics of Nagios
Web Interface to Visualise Nagios Data
Exploring Special Applications
There are no formal prerequisites to attend this course. However, having basic knowledge of networking would be advantageous.
Anyone who wishes to gain knowledge of Nagios can attend this course. This course is well-suited for:
Nagios is the popular open-source solution for system and network monitoring. It runs on Linux and can be configured to monitor network services continuously. Nagios provides monitoring of host resources and network services, and any service or device with address and can be contacted through TCP/IP. This Nagios System and Network Monitoring course is designed to provide knowledge of how to install and configure Nagios and standard plugins.
In this Nagios System and Network Monitoring course, delegates will learn how to install and test plugins and configure the web interface. Delegates will get an understanding of the basics of Nagios and Nagios configuration. In addition, delegates will learn how to monitor mail servers, FTP, and web servers.
During this 1-day training course, delegates will learn how to execute plugins through SSH. Furthermore, delegates will gain knowledge of SNMP, NET-SNMP, and SNMP-based plugins. By the completion of this training course, delegates will be able to write their plugins and determine file and directory sizes.
Introduction to Domain Name System (DNS)
BIND Resource Requirements
Name Server Configuration
Advanced DNS Features
BIND Configuration Reference
BIND Security Considerations
There are no formal prerequisites for attending this course. However, a basic knowledge of Linux/Unix would be beneficial.
Anyone interested in learning about BIND DNS can attend this course.
BIND DNS Administration training is designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of domain name system administration. This course will cover all the fundamentals of BIND and DNS. Delegates will learn about BIND resource requirements, including hardware, CPU, and memory requirements. Delegates shall gain a thorough understanding of load balancing and name server operations. This course covers a wide range of advanced DNS features.
In this 1-day training course, delegates will be equipped with the knowledge of how to configure DLZ (Dynamically Loadable Zones) and DynDB (Dynamic Database). Delegates will learn how to address match lists and configure file grammar. In addition, delegates will get an understanding of various types of resource records and when to use these.
During this training course, delegates will become familiarised with inverse mapping in IPv4, BIND master file extension, and MX records. This course extensively covers statistics counters comprising name server statistics counters, zone maintenance statistics counters, resolver statistics counters, etc. Post completion of this training, delegates will get a complete understanding of BIND 9 security considerations.
Introduction to Postfix
Overview of Postfix Architecture
Configuration and Administration
Working with Queue Management
Introduction to Email and DNS
Local Delivery and POP/IMAP
Hosting Multiple Domains
Exploring Mail Relaying
Simple Mailing Lists and Mailing-List Managers
Blocking Unsolicited Bulk Email
Overview of SASL Authentication
Transport Layer Security and Content Filtering
Working with External Databases
There are no formal prerequisites to attend this course.
Anyone interested in learning about the Postfix and its working can attend this course.
Postfix is a mail transfer agent (MTA) that mail servers use to route email. It has been adopted as the default MTA on Mac OS X. Postfix is also compatible with sendmail helping the existing programs and scripts to work continuously. This Introduction to Postfix Training course is designed to provide knowledge about the basic installation and configuration.
In this Introduction to Postfix Training, delegates will learn how to configure and administer files and trace message through Postfix. Delegates will also get an understanding of the Postfix queue and mail delivery. In addition, delegates will learn how to receive limits and rewrite addresses.
During this 1-day training course, delegates will gain knowledge of queue management, DNS, and email. Delegates will become familiarised with simple mailing lists and mailing-list managers. Post completion of this training, delegates will be able to configure Postfix for SASL and transport layer security and content filtering.
Introduction to Snort
Writing Snort Rules
Introduction to Dynamic Modules
There are no prerequisites to attend this course.
Anyone interested in learning the basic working of Snort can attend this course. This course is well-suited for:
Snort is an open-source network intrusion detection system (IDS) that looks at network traffic in real-time and logs packets for performing a thorough analysis. It is useful for developers who are working on different types of system troubleshooting. Snort uses a rule-based language and performs protocol analysis. This Snort Training is designed to provide knowledge of how Snort works.
In this Snort Training, delegates will get a detailed understanding of standard alert output, packet acquisition, and snort memory statistics. Delegates will learn how to run snort as a daemon and configure signal value. In addition, delegates will gain knowledge of different preprocessors like SMTP, POP, IMAP, and FTP/Telnet pre-processor.
During this 1-day training, delegates will be introduced to general rule options, payload detection rule, non-payload detection, and post-detection rule options. Delegates will learn about how to write good rules, optimise rules, and test numerical values. Post completion of this training, delegates will gain knowledge of snort data flow, unified2 file format, and buffer dump utility.
Module 1: Introduction to the Apache Web Server
Module 2: Basic Configuration
Module 3: Access Control
Module 4: Logging
Module 5: Virtual Hosting
Module 6: Apache Proxy
Module 7: Load Balancing
Module 8: Indexing
Module 9: Rewriting
Module 10: Apache SSL
Module 11: Apache and PHP
Module 12: Apache and Tomcat
No formal prerequisites for this course.
This course is for IT professionals who wants to learn about Apache.
The web server is a server which is responsible for accepting HTTP requests from web client and serving them HTTP responses. Apache web server is an open source web server creation, deployment and management software. This course focuses on configuration directories and website directories. In this course delegates will gain an understanding of how to configure APACHE server directives and httpd .config file configuration. This course describes how to set up ROOT directories. Delegates will acquire knowledge of access control including block directives, directory block, directory match, location block, if module block, authenticated access, authenticated directives, behavioural directives etc.
This course describes custom logging, logformat directive, custom log directive, string format syntax and Error log formatting. Delegates will gain an understanding of virtual hosting. They will also learn how to setup and secure CGI within apache web server. This Apache Web Server course explains how to create and configure proxy server. This course provides the information of load balancing apache web servers, indexing and rewriting. At the end of this course delegates will acquire knowledge of Apache SSL and Apache with PHP.
Introduction to CloudFare
The CloudFlare Model
Setting Up a New Site
Getting SSL for Free
Managing the Firewall
There are no formal prerequisites to attend this course.
This course is designed for those who want to learn about CloudFare services.
CloudFlare Training provides a free service to encapsulate an existing website and route traffic through their infrastructure. This enables them to implement a number of defensive measures in order to help securing the site from a variety of online risks.
This 1-day CloudFlare training course is delivered by our industry experienced instructors who provide the knowledge from basic to advance level CloudFlare security. In this course, delegates will go through the process of setting up a site in CloudFlare, assessing the security profile, then strengthening the configuration to maximise the value of the additional defences.
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