Global Knowledge

Global Knowledge

December 2, 2022 Off By Evelyn

SysAdmins, also known as SysAdmins, are the “installation specialists”, “configure specialists” and “fixers” of IT. If you’ve ever seen Pulp Fiction, SysAdmins will remind you of Winston Wolfe. Their job is to solve problems.
SysAdmins must have a broad IT skill base. They need to be able troubleshoot, fix and maintain problems. They must also be able to install and configure operating systems, set up virtual machines, and configure security and users. They are often required for file retrieval, updating software, password resets, and network security. They should also be skilled in disaster recovery and high availability. They should be experts on storage, cybersecurity, automation, and other related areas.
To give you an idea about the type and level IT training SysAdmins are receiving, we have compiled a list of the 10 most popular Global Knowledge courses.

1. Administering System Center Configuration Manager (M20703-1)
System Center Configuration Manager is a Microsoft product that allows you to manage large numbers computers with different operating systems. Configuration Manager allows remote control, remote patch management, software distribution, and remote control of operating systems. It protects your network access. It also provides software inventory and hardware deployment capabilities.
This course is compatible to Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell (see below). It covers the deployment, monitoring, and distribution of applications for managed users and systems within an organization. It is ideal for system administrators, who need to efficiently manage resources and devices.
It is recommended to have a basic understanding about PowerShell, networking basics, and Windows Server basics.
This course covers:
Data analysis using queries and reports
Configuration Manager client management
Software updates
Managing operating system deployments

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2. Automate Administration with Windows PowerShell
SysAdmins might have repetitive tasks. It is helpful to have tools that automate and can script. Windows PowerShell automates administrative tasks related to the network and servers.
This course focuses on PowerShell command line features and techniques. You will learn how you can monitor and execute scripts efficiently using more robust session connectivity, workflow capability and improved job scheduling.
This training is for system administrators who need automation of administrative tasks using any Microsoft product, independent software vendor (ISV), or Microsoft product.
This course covers:
PowerShell command line features
Windows PowerShell Web Access
How to execute and monitor scripts
Automating administrative tasks

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3. VMware vSphere: Configure and Install, Manage [V7]
This VMware course is for system administrators and engineers. This course teaches you how manage a vSphere environment in any organization. The hands-on training covers configuring, configuring and managing VMware 7, which also includes VMware EXXi(tm) and VMware vCenter Server.
This training is intended for SysAdmins who use VMware technologies in their software-defined data centres or for organizations that are looking to implement multi-cloud solutions. VMware allows you to manage multiple cloud platforms from one platform. This simplifies the process, allowing for greater agility, efficiency, cost optimization, and cost savings.
This course is recommended for VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization 2021 (VCPDCV 2021). SysAdmins should have some experience with Linux and Microsoft Windows before taking this course.
This course covers:
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