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The DTrace for Developers course provides students with the ability to diagnose application and kernel problems. The course teaches students how to use probes with applications or kernel modules. Students also learn to use DTrace with common programing languages such as Java and C/C++ as well as with interpreted languages such as PHP.
The Shell Programming for System Administrators course provides students with the skills to read, write, and debug UNIX shell scripts. The course begins by describing simple scripts to automate frequently executed commands and continues by describing conditional logic, user interaction, loops, menus, traps, and functions. This course is intended for system administrators who have mastered the basics of a UNIX Operating Environment (OE) such as the Solaris OE or Linux and who would like to read and understand the various boot scripts and write their own scripts to automate their day-to-day tasks. This course explores, in detail, the Bourne and Korn shell scripting languages.
Students who can benefit from this course include:
This is a new course offering for developers who develop and deploy applications on Oracle Solaris. It is focused on the skills and knowledge required for developing applications on the new Oracle Solaris 11 platforms. This course is intended for Enterprise Architects, Enterprise Integrators, and Enterprise Software Developers, who are responsible for the building and testing of the application's framework in a corporate environment.
The main focus of the course is on teaching how Enterprise Apps can be developed effectively for Oracle Solaris 11 by taking advantage of some of the deployment oriented features in Solaris 11, i.e. IPS, SMF, DTrace, etc.
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