Many environments contain a mixture of Windows and Linux servers and clients. Others are migrating Windows services to Linux and vice versa.
Integrating the Windows and Linux worlds into a unified network, sharing services and centralising users and groups is a complex undertaking. Choosing the best approach and tools from a wide variety of options requires a good understanding of the technologies and solutions available.
This course provides a detailed and practical insight into how to implement cross-platform solutions in a variety of different scenarios. The course focuses on the primary Open Source cross-platform integration tool; Samba.
In this course you will learn how to install, configure and implement Samba to solve a range of cross-platform integration problems. These include integration with Active Directory, File and Printer services and replacing Active Directory domain controllers using Samba domain controllers.
This course includes extensive hands-on practical exercises.
This course is ideal for network and server administrators who are responsible for integrating Microsoft and Unix/Linux environments.
A good knowledge of general networking concepts and a basic understanding of Windows and Linux is assumed.
Each module includes detailed hands-on exercises.
All our trainers are practising network consultants with extensive experience of Samba and cross platform integration technologies. They are ideally suited to bring you the highest quality of training.
Our courses are available world-wide in our virtual classrooms accompanied by virtual labs. We also deliver on-site training and public training at venues around the world.
Please contact us if you are looking for training in your area.