Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials (1Z0-580) Practice Exam

Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials (1Z0-580) 


About Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials (1Z0-580)

The 1Z0-580 exam helps you in becoming Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Certified Implementation Specialist. This certification exam identifies professionals that are skilled in implementing solutions based on the Oracle Solaris 11 operating system. The certification covers the installation and configuration of Oracle Solaris 11. The exam targets the intermediate-level implementation team member. 


Course Structure

The Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials (1Z0-580) Exam covers the following topics -

1. Solaris 11 Overview

Identify the Solaris 11 Product

Describe Oracle Solaris 11 and where Solaris fits into Oracle’s strategy

Describe the benefits for providing solutions on an integrated stack

Describe the key customer value propositions for the Solaris solutions

Describe the configuration and usage options that are available to customers for Oracle Solaris 11

2. Solaris 11 Installation

Identify the key items needed for planning a system's initial configuration

Explain S11 OS installation and upgrade options for x86 and SPARC systems, including installation media, custom, network, and automated installations

Perform an OS installation from CD / DVD for Solaris 11 on SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems

Describe basic installation troubleshooting steps

3. Perform System Boot and Shutdown procedures for T-Series, M-Series, x86

Describe the boot and shutdown processes on x64 and SPARC Oracle systems, including BIOS/OBP, GRUB, and Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF)

Perform a boot, shutdown, and reboot on an x64 and SPARC Oracle system

Perform a network boot on an x64 and SPARC Oracle system

Control the default boot behaviors of x64 and SPARC Oracle systems, including changing BIOS/GRUB/OBP to manipulate the default boot device, Solaris boot flags/levels, and driver configurations

Create and manage ZFS boot environments

Troubleshoot a system boot and shutdown

4. Solaris 11 Software Management

Describe key differences between managing software in S10 vs S11

Explain key components of S11 Image Packaging System (IPS) subsystem

Manage S11 Boot Environments

Manage IPS repositories from command-line and GUI tools

Inventory  installed packages, using both command-line and GUI tools

Perform package administration including package installation, removal, updates, and re-configuring to use a non-default package repository, using both the CLI and GUI interfaces

Set up a local IPS repository

Perform a full upgrade for an x86 or SPARC platform, for the latest or targeted software releases

6. Solaris 11 Networking

Understand the key network administration differences between S10 and S11

Describe the key items needed for planning a system's network configuration, like hostname, subnets, name, and name services

Explain Solaris 11 automatic and static network configuration options, including NWAM, NCPs

Implement a system's network configuration, including hostname, data links, static and DHCP Ipv4/IPv6 addresses, link aggregations, IPMP links, VLANs, and VNICs

Implement advanced network configurations, like bridges, routers, flow controls, tunnels, and Integrated Load-Balancers

Show, set, and unset link properties including (1) duplex, (2) link protection (anti- spoofing), and control network bandwidth

7. Solaris 11 Technical Overview

Define the features of Oracle Solaris 11 and the value of the feature in technical terms

Describe the key design elements that differentiate this product from other operating systems

Map product features, capabilities, and benefits to customer business needs and requirements

Identify the key differences between Solaris 10 and Solaris 11

Explain how to move a workload from Solaris 10 to Solaris 11

8. Solaris 11 Advanced Installation Procedures

Explain the Automated Installer (AI) including boot, identification, configuration, installation services, local repositories, and zones, including AI manifests

Configure an AI server setup including implementing an AI server and a local package repository

Perform a Live Upgrade Update

Describe the network boot process of an x86 or SPARC system

Create a custom first-boot script

Troubleshoot AI installation issues

Perform an automated installation for a physical system and a non-global zone, for both X64 and SPARC Oracle systems

Validate an installation and ensure that it is working correctly using existing Solaris 11 tools like vmstat, top, prstat, etc.

Explain and demonstrate how to add, remove, and modify user accounts/roles and assign authorizations, rights or privileges to those accounts/roles.

Explain and demonstrate the Solaris 11 OS out of the box network security posture (Secure by Default) and how to set/change the default setting (e.g., netservices, svcadm, etc.)

9. Manage File Systems and Storage

Explain disk architecture including the ZFS file system capabilities and naming conventions for devices for SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems

Use the prtconf and format commands to list devices, explain critical issues of the /etc/path_to_inst file and reconfigure devices by performing a reconfiguration boot or using the devfsadm command for SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems

Given a scenario, configure a set of disks for use as a ZFS zpool on x86 and SPARC systems, including management of SMI and EFI labels

Explain how to create a file system in an existing zpool as well as how to set specific parameters on the file system like delegated administration, quotas, compression, de-duplication, ACLs, and encryption

Describe snapshots, clones, replication, and their usage with the ZFS filesystem

Create shares and LUNS from a ZFS file system

Given a scenario, configure boot disks for use as a ZFS pool

10. Solaris 11 Virtualization

Explain consolidation issues, features of Solaris zones, and distinguish between the different zone concepts including zone types, daemons, networking, command scope

Given a scenario, create a Solaris zone

Given a zone configuration scenario, identify zone components, including network components, privileges,  resource requirements, and integrity policy

Use the zonecfg, dladm and ipadm commands to view and configure the zone, including privileges, delegated administration, optional file systems and virtual network devices

Given a scenario, use the zoneadm command to view, install, boot, halt, reboot, and delete a zone


Exam Pattern 

  • Exam Name: Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials
  • Exam Code: 1Z0-580
  • Number of Questions: 74
  • Length of Time:  120 minutes
  • Exam Fee: $245 USD 
  • Exam Language: English


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