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Session Title Status Length Level Instructor(s) Description
Fundamentals of ZENworks® Configuration Management Imaging Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Jared Fridal

This class is designed to give you a solid overview of the imaging feature and its capabilities in ZENworks Configuration Management (ZCM). This combination lecture and hands-on class will teach you how to use the various types of image bundles and hardware rules in ZCM to repair broken workstations and multicast images to many machines at one time. You will also learn how to install the new high performance NTFS driver into the ZCM Imaging Distro.

Prerequisites: Experience managing Windows workstations in a network environment, and an understanding of imaging technology in general. Experience using the ZENworks Control Center is preferred but not required.

Hardware Independent Imaging of Windows 7 Using ZENworks Configuration Management New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Rich Hanley

This lecture and hands-on session will teach how to create Windows 7 base images that can be applied to multiple hardware types. You will learn details of the Microsoft Windows Setup Process and the Microsoft tools (WSIM and SYSPREP) used to configure Windows Setup. This methodology will use an "image stack" approach and ZCM imaging to deploy a sysprepped Windows 7 base image and the appropriate hardware specific add-on images.

Prerequisites: An understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture as well as having experience using the ZENworks Control Center.

Troubleshooting the ZENworks Configuration Management Imaging Environment Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Rich Hanley

Students will learn in detail about the various processes that provide the imaging function of ZENworks 10 & 11 Configuration Management, and learn to troubleshoot those processes. You will learn how to generate and read imaging log files and go through labs that demonstrate how to troubleshoot the three distinct phases of a PXE-based ZENworks imaging operation.

Prerequisites: Experience managing Windows workstations in a network environment, and an understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture. The student should have attended the "Fundamentals of ZENworks Configuration Management Imaging" course or have the equivalent experience.

Staying out of the Front Page Headlines Using Novell EndPoint Security Suite (NEPS) New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Rich Hanley

This session is a combination of lecture and hands-on exercises designed to show you how the Novell Endpoint Security Suite will prevent your company from being a hot news item due to a data breach. You will learn how to configure the Full-Disk Encryption and Endpoint Security Management capabilities of NEPS to protect confidential business information stored on user's workstations from being accessed by unauthorized users or from being copied to unencrypted devices.

Prerequisites: An understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture as well as having experience using the ZENworks Control Center.

Securing Windows Workstations Using ZENworks Endpoint Security Management Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Rich Hanley

The functionality of Endpoint Security Management (ZESM) has been integrated into the architecture of ZENworks 11 Configuration Management. This session will focus on how Endpoint Security Management can be used to secure your company's workstations. This session will provide an extensive discussion of the product's features. The hands-on exercises will teach you how to use the ZENworks Control Center (ZCC) to configure and publish Security Policies that will control access to USB ports and removable media devices, provide for data encryption and application control, and demonstrate the location awareness capability of ZENworks 11 Configuration Management.

Prerequisites: An understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture as well as having experience using the ZENworks Control Center.

Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9: Creating and Deploying Applications New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Mike Bills

"Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization has the power to revolutionize how you deploy and run Windows applications. With this solution you can quickly and easily package an application into a virtual executable that can be run on any Windows 2000, XP, or Windows 7 workstation without needing to install any software on the machine.

This session provides instruction on how to implement and administer Novell ZENworks Application Management. Attendees will have an opportunity to package and deploy several applications with Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization.

After completing this course you, should be able to:

  • Describe Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization
  • Install Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization
  • Virtualize Windows Applications with Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization
  • Deploy Virtual Applications

This course consists of lecture and a hands on portion. In the hands on portion of this course you use the information learned to package and deploy Virtualized applications and how to better apply the information taught.

Prerequisites: Understanding of the basics of application packaging and distribution. This session assumes little to no knowledge of ZENworks Application Virtualization and is designed for the New ZAV administrator.

Making your Applications Portable with Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Mike Bills

"In this session you will focus on how to make your applications portable by using Novell's ZENworks Application Virtualization. This session will focus on features that make virtual applications portable. This includes utilizing the spoonreg utility and the "Publish to USB" feature of the ZENworks Application Virtualization product.

Attendees will focus on how to publish their applications to USB drives. This includes registering the applications with the Host OS so that file extensions and associations are properly configured.

Prerequisites: Good understanding of the Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization product and/or attending the "ZENworks Application Virtualization: Creating and Deploying Applications."

Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9: Streaming Applications New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Mike Bills

"This session is a combination of lecture and hands-on exercises designed to show you how the Novell Endpoint Security Suite will prevent your company from being a hot news item due to a data breach. You will learn how to configure the Full-Disk Encryption and Endpoint Security Management capabilities of NEPS to protect confidential business information stored on user's workstations from being accessed by unauthorized users or from being copied to unencrypted devices.

Prerequisites: Good understanding of the Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization product and/or attending the "ZENworks Application Virtualization: Creating and Deploying Applications."

Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9: Advanced Administration New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Mike Bills

This session focuses on customizing, Deploying, Clean up, and ZCM integration with several applications created with ZENworks Application Virtualization:

  • Clean up re-packaged applications before building the virtual exe
  • Customize the application
  • Build re-usable components
  • Build an MSI wrapper for your virtual applications
  • Novell ZENworks 11 Configuration Management Integration
  • Create virtual applications from scratch
  • Troubleshoot Novell Application Virtualization

Prerequisites: This course is dependent on completing "Creating and Deploying Applications with Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization" or having the equivalent working knowledge and experience with Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization

Managing iOS and Android Devices with ZENworks New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Jason Blackett

As more and more iOS and Android devices connect to your network, how are you making sure that these devices are secure? How are you ensuring you know what's connecting? If you are providing the device, how are you making sure that the user can only do what you want with the device? How are you making corporate applications available to the device? How are you making common documents available to the device? If you are dealing with any of these issues, come and see how ZENworks can be used to help you make sense of your mobile world.

In this session you will learn about the capabilities of ZENworks in managing mobile devices running the iOS and Android operating systems. You will then get hands on with managing Android devices via the Android Emulator. iOS management will also be demonstrated during the session.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

Upgrading ZENworks 10.x Configuration Management to ZENworks 11 Configuration Management Updated 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Mike Bills

This session will focus on upgrade procedures from ZENworks Configuration Management version 10.x to ZENworks 11 Configuration Management. Attendees will leave understanding the requirements for completing a successful upgrade. Understanding the processes that occurs during the upgrade process is important for a successful upgrade, as well as understanding how objects in the zone are migrated. We will also review some of the potential issues when dealing with ZENworks Configurations Management System Update capabilities.

Prerequisites: Experience with ZENworks Configuration Management, and a need to move from version 10.x to ZENworks 11 Configuration Management

Deploying the GroupWise® 2012 Client Using ZENworks Configuration Management 11 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Paul Lamontange

This session will describe how to create a ZCM Bundle to distribute the GroupWise 2012 Windows client using ZENworks Configuration Management 11.

Prerequisites: This course assumes working knowledge of ZCM 11, and previous GroupWise Administrator experience

ZENworks Configuration Management 11.2: Core Troubleshooting Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Jason Blackett

This session introduces you to the tools and logs available to troubleshoot problems within ZENworks 11 Configuration Management. You also examine several key components and processes that are useful in troubleshooting core components of ZENworks Configuration Management.

After completing this session you, should be able to:

  • Effectively use the tools included with ZENworks for troubleshooting problems
  • Identify the key log files and what types of problems they are useful in helping troubleshoot
  • Be familiar with key third party tools and how those tools can be used to assist in troubleshooting ZENworks problems
  • Describe the key processes of the core ZENworks environment such as login, refresh, agent and server startups

This session includes both lecture and hands-on exercises. In the hands-on portion of this session, you use the information learned to troubleshoot broken environments and learn how to best apply information taught.

Prerequisites: A thorough understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture as well as having experience using the ZENworks Control Center to create and assign bundles and policies.

What's New in ZENworks Configuration Management 11.2 and Beyond New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Roadmap Jason Blackett

This session will be presented by ZENworks Senior Product Manager Jason Blackett.

Jason will provide discussions and demonstrations of the new product features in the ZCM 11 SP2 release. This course introduces the new Full Disk Encryption and Macintosh Management capabilities of ZENworks 11 SP2 and will delve into the dozens of smaller features that have been implemented to make your life easier.

This course will also recap the major architectural changes between ZENworks 10 and ZENworks 11.

Finally, Jason will provide you with an inside look at the ZENworks roadmap. This course includes hands on with the new features of ZENworks 11 SP2 and discusses the roadmap for ZENworks Configuration Management.

Prerequisites: A high-level understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture.

Managing Macintosh OS-X with Novell ZENworks Configuration Management 11.2 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Rich Hanley

Over the last several years Macintosh OS-X devices have become extremely popular in both the enterprise and in academic institutions. ZENworks 11 SP2 provides you with a power set of capabilities for managing these devices as they appear in your environment. In this course you will learn what capabilities are available and how to use those capabilities to ensure that your users have a consistent experience when they are using Macintosh devices. This course includes information on:

  • Installing the ZENworks Adaptive Agent
  • Deploying software to Mac OS-X devices with ZENworks
  • Determining what hardware and software is present on you Mac OS-X devices
  • Remote managing your Mac OS-X devices from ZCC
  • Using ZENworks Patch Management to identify and remediate patch vulnerabilities
  • Using ZENworks Asset Management to ensure software compliance when Mac OS-X devices are present
  • Assigning software to Users

This course is presented as a demonstration only course.

Prerequisites: An understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture. Experience using the ZENworks Control Center is recommended but not required.

Advanced Bundle Management Concepts with ZENworks Configuration Management 11 New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Jason Blackett

Bundle Management is the most heavily used feature of ZENworks Configuration Management. The application lifecycle management capabilities of ZENworks Configuration Management mean you have ultimate control over the user’s application experience on Windows, Linux and Macintosh OS-X devices. This course examines some of the advanced capabilities of ZENworks bundle management such as:

  • Impersonation
  • Chaining
  • Complex actions sets
  • Import/export of bundles
  • Change management
  • Rights based administration
  • RPM deployment to Linux
  • Much more

This course will look at real world examples of how to use the ZENworks system to efficiently deliver applications to your users. The lab will focus on using the information you learn to deploy the Microsoft Office 2010 application via ZENworks to your Windows workstations or the LibreOffice application to your Linux workstations.

Prerequisites: Students should understand the basics of Bundle Management with ZENworks Configuration Management.

Novell ZENworks Reporting Server: Guided Tour and Introduction to Design Techniques Previously Taught 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Bruce McDowell

ZENworks Reporting Server represents the future for custom and predefined reporting for the Novell ZENworks family of products. Running on SAP's Business Objects Enterprise engine, ZRS presents the ZENworks database through over 1,600 reporting objects that may be combined to create ad hoc custom reports. Reports may be saved for later use, including configuration of runtime parameters.

This session discusses the installation of ZENworks Reporting Server as part of ZENworks. After a tour of the ZRS Universe – the collection of objects from which reports are built – we'll build some simple reports using data from various features of ZENworks. We'll also examine features of Business Objects that allow simple reports to be manipulated into graphs and other presentation formats.

Prerequisites: Students must have an understanding ZCM terminology and architecture and have experience using the ZENworks Control Center.

Novell ZENworks Asset Management: Why EVERY ZENworks Customer Should be Using It Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Bruce McDowell

ZENworks Asset Management has been part of the ZENworks family of products since 2005. In 2010, asset management is more important than ever, with benefits ranging from cost savings through software usage analysis and adjustments to purchasing behavior, to managing the threat of audits, and adherence to regulatory and corporate standards.

The session starts with an overview of software asset management and why it is important to any enterprise. We'll look at the ZENworks inventory, with particular attention to analyzing your software inventory and adding local software signatures to fill any gaps. Software usage data from ZENworks Asset Management may be used to save money fast by looking at where software is being used – or, more importantly, isn't being used – and making changes to purchasing practices. We'll discuss license management features and how they can help you avoid an audit or be prepared to make the auditors go away fast and happy. Finally, document and contract management features can help you with record keeping and staying on top of lease and other renewal deadlines.

Prerequisites: Students must have an understanding ZCM terminology and architecture and have experience using the ZENworks Control Center.

Best Practices for ZENworks Configuration Management Implementation News 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Bruce McDowell

ZENworks Configuration Management is a complex software application than benefits from thoughtful planning prior to and during the implementation in an enterprise. Based on “System Planning, Deployment and Best Practices Guide” for ZENworks version 11 as well as practical field experience, this session will focus on evaluating the business and IT environment into which ZENworks will be deployed, the ZENworks architecture, building a design and documentation, and tips for an efficient deployment of the ZENworks infrastructure and agents. We'll also discuss steps to be taken after the software is in place, including disaster recovery best practices and tuning the implementation.

This session will be lecture/demo only. There will not be any hands-on labs.

Prerequisites: Students should have some knowledge of their enterprise layout (locations, number of devices, network topology). Students would benefit from some understanding of ZCM terminology and architecture in advance.

Service Desk: You Own it Why Aren't You Using it? Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Paul Lamontange

This course will introduce Novell Service Desk with focus on Incident Management. Novell Service Desk foundations are based on ITIL v3 for IT Service Management.

This Course is meant to introduce the Novell Service Desk product and basic ITIL v3 Service management concepts. Once this course is completed the student will be able to Install, configure Novell Service Desk and be able to implement the Incident Management component of Novell Service Desk, from incident creation to incident resolution.

Prerequisites: It is highly recommended that student will have attended the ITIL v3 foundations class.

Migrating to Open Eneterprise Server 11: Three Strategies Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Arthur Nielson

This session will focus on the three main methods for migrating from OES NetWare® to OES 11. The strategies include using the miggui or command line to perform a consolidation migration or a Transfer ID migration as well as using custom scripts to perform an in-place migration.

Prerequisites:

Service Desk: You Own it Why Aren't You Using it? Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Paul Lamontange

This course will introduce Novell Service Desk with focus on Incident Management. Novell Service Desk foundations are based on ITIL v3 for IT Service Management.

This Course is meant to introduce the Novell Service Desk product and basic ITIL v3 Service management concepts. Once this course is completed the student will be able to Install, configure Novell Service Desk and be able to implement the Incident Management component of Novell Service Desk, from incident creation to incident resolution.

Prerequisites: It is highly recommended that student will have attended the ITIL v3 foundations class.

Bridging NetWare Skills to Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Bill Lambert

In today's IT environment, many of Novell's NetWare customers are migrating to Novell Open Enterprise Server Linux for their data center needs. The Bridging NetWare Skills to Novell Open Enterprise Server for Linux session introduces students familiar with NetWare to Novell Open Enterprise Server for Linux. This course is designed to answer the question, "I know how to administer NetWare, how do I do the same tasks on OES for Linux?" The course consists modules that take the student through the process of transitioning NetWare skills to Linux equivalent tasks. The session will use hands-on tasks to compare and contrast similar administrative functions on both NetWare and Linux servers.

Prerequisites: You should have a fairly good working knowledge of the NetWare console screens and working in a Linux BASH environment.

Novell Storage Services (NSS): Under the Hood Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Bill Lambert

In this session you will take a comprehensive look at Novell Storage Services (NSS) and discover the nature of the relationship between NSS and EVMS and the new NLVM found in OES11. We will focus the time on learning to use tools such as ravsui, verify, re-build and NSS scan.

Prerequisites:  A good understanding of NSSMU, iManager and OES2 Linux is required

Filr: The Drop Box for Open Enterprise Server 11 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Introductory Steve Gamble

Novell Filr is an enterprise-grade file syncing and sharing service that provides secure access to your files anytime, anywhere from a computer or a mobile device connected to the Internet. This session will introduce students to the new technology and provide hands on experience with the product's features.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course. This session is a product introduction.

Novell Open Enterprise Server 11: Best Practices New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Bill Lambert

This session will cover topics and strategies to make your Installation, Configuration, Administration, and Troubleshooting easier. Some of the things covered will be Timesync, System disk partitioning, LUM, and much more.

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of OES on Linux installation and administration is required.

Novell Cluster Services: Tips, Tricks and Issues New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Juston Mortenson

In this session we will cover the following Tips and Tricks:

  • Whats new in OES 11 Novell Cluster Services
  • Cluster health check (supportconfig, ncs-configd.py, sbdutil, cluster stats, cluster status)
  • Using cluster monitor scripts.

We will also troubleshoot and resolve the following common issues:

  • Nodes unable to join the cluster
  • Resources that go "comatose"
  • SBD partition problems
  • "File Protocol Errors" in iManager

Prerequisites:

iPrint: Tips and Tricks Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Kyle Bradford
Bill Lambert

iPrint is mostly managed through iManager. But, what is happening behind that? In this session you will learn the following:

  • The significance of the various iPrint configuration files.
  • iPrint troubleshooting tricks
  • Advanced iPrint features

Prerequisites: The student should have some iPrint management experience.

Advanced iPrint Tools News 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Kyle Bradford
Bill Lambert

Novell iPrint support engineers have years of iPrint customer perspective. These support engineers have taken advantage of the flexibility inherent with Linux to create customer driven iPrint scripts. This class covers:

  • iPrint Info Gathering Tool
    • Gathers iPrint-related information to help in troubleshooting iPrint issues.
  • Printer Driver Auto Association Tool for iPrint
    • Allows you to associate print drivers to all iPrint printers of a specific manufacturer or make/model quickly and easily.
  • iPrint Notification Script
    • Detects when the Print Manager becomes unavailable. Notification options include text messaging or email.
  • iPrint Duplication Script
    • Reads an OES Linux iPrint server configuration and replicates it to another OES Linux server. This can be run as a migration or to create a fault tolerant backup solution. See TID 7008502 for more information on this tool.
  • iPrint Sync Script
    • If two OES Linux iPrint servers with similar configurations exist, run this script to synchronize changes between the two.

Prerequisites: The student should have extensive iPrint management experience and familiarity with Linux commands.

Top Linux User Manager Support Issues New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Arthur Nielson

This course looks at Linux User Manager from the support perspective. First, the need for LUM enablement on OES is covered and how LUM is configured in an OES environment. Then, students will learn about issues that affect LUM functionality from the eDirectory side as well as from the Linux side. On the eDirectory side, issues such as LUM schema extensions, and correct LDAP configuration are covered. On the Linux side, issues such as Pluggable Authentication Module configuration and LDAP communication are covered. Upon completion of the course, students will understand the need for LUM and how it functions in the eDirectory / Linux OES relationship.

Prerequisites: Fundamental eDirectory knowledge (NetWare or Linux) and some OES exposure. Linux experience is helpful but not absolutely required.

Installing a Domain Service for Windows: Domain Tips and Tricks New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Rance Burker

This session will cover what DSfW is, reasons for using it, how to install it, and what to look out for before and during the install. We would do a hands on install of DSfW into an existing tree and join a workstation to the domain. All along talk about troubleshooting sections of the install and troubleshooting workstations joining the domain.

Prerequisites:

Configuring File Servers and Active Directory with Domain Services for Windows New 4 Hours (240 Minutes)   Rance Burker

In this session we will install a second DC, configure Cifs on another OES server, and set up a cross forest trust to an AD domain. Before each section we will discuss in depth the reasons we are doing it, how to do it, and what to look out for during the configuration and install.

Prerequisites:

GroupWise, DataSynchronizer & Vibe: Collaboration Roadmaps/Futures New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Roadmap Dean Lythgoe

In this session we will discuss the roadmap and futures for collaboration products such as Novell GroupWise, Novell Data Synchronizier and Novell Vibe.

Prerequisites: No prerequisites. This session is a roadmap and futures introduction.

Migrate GroupWise 8 from NetWare to GroupWise 8 on Linux, then Upgrade to GroupWise 2012 New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Paul Lamontagne

This session is for all the GroupWise administrators who will be tasked with upgrading to the latest version GroupWise 2012.

Protect your email by migrating to Novell® GroupWise® on SUSE Linux. In this session you will learn how to successfully transfer an existing GroupWise environment from a NetWare® server to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

This course will lead the administrator through the migration of a Novell GroupWise 8 system from NetWare to Novell Open Enterprise 11 Server.

Once the Migration is completed you then learn how to upgrade to the latest version, GroupWise 2012.

Prerequisites: Familiarity with GroupWise Working knowledge of GroupWise Backend services.

Intro to Novell Data Synchronizer: Mobility Pack Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Paul Lamontagne

The new Novell Data Synchronizer allows personal information management (PIM) data such as tasks, events, and calendar schedules to synchronize between enterprise systems such as Novell GroupWise and third-party enterprise systems.

In this session we will introduce the New Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack with focus of the Hands-on labs on installation of the new Data Synchronizer Engine and configuration of the Novell GroupWise and ActiveSync Connector. Additional Connectors for connection to various CRM solutions will also be covered.

Prerequisites: This session is intended for those who want their Novell GroupWise system to connect and sync information to Mobile devices or with CRM systems.

Hardening Novell GroupWise 2012 Security Updated 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Paul Lamontagne

In this Novell GroupWise session we will focus on hardening Novell GroupWise security. This class will cover enabling LDAP authentication, LDAP Pooling and securing end to end communication between agents with SSL and issuing SSL Certificates to enable SSL connections between agents from the Client to the Post Office.

By the time you complete this course you should be able to:

  • Enable LDAP Authentication
  • Generate a Certificate signing request
  • Issue SSL Certificates to enable SSL connections between agents to the Post Office

The hands on in this session will have the student implementing a higher level of security than the already secure default settings. The labs are designed to work on either Linux or NetWare.

Prerequisites: This class is for designed for the experienced Novell GroupWise Administrator. The administrator should be familiar with security concepts.

GroupWise 2012: Troubleshooting Tips & Tricks New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ira Messenger

Come learn about what our award-winning Novell Technical Support engineers have found to be the top issues with Novell GroupWise 8.x. Also you will get tips on how those engineers troubleshoot GroupWise issues.

This session will be delivered by Technical Support Engineers, and If you support GroupWise in your environment, this is a session you cannot afford to miss.

Prerequisites: Working knowledge of GroupWise

Deploying GroupWise 2012 with ZENworks Configuration Management 11 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Paul Lamontagne

What's the hardest Part of Upgrading the GroupWise Client? Upgrading the client on the users desktop. In this session we will demonstrate how to use Novell ZENworks Configuration Management to create a Bundle that can be used to upgrade the existing GroupWise client on your users workstations or deploy to new workstations, without ever having to leave your desk.

Prerequisites: This course assumes working knowledge of ZCM 11, and previous GroupWise Administrator experience.

Troubleshooting Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Ira Messenger

Novell Data Synchronizer allows personal information management (PIM) data such as e-mail, appointments, tasks, and contacts to synchronize between enterprise e-mail and collaboration applications such as Novell GroupWise and collaboration applications.

The Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack includes Data Synchronizer, the GroupWise Connector, and the Mobility Connector.

In this session you will learn about top support issues and troubleshooting for Novell Data synchronizer Mobility Pack as reported to Novell Technical Services.

Prerequisites: The attendee should have previous GroupWise and Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack administration experience.

Novell Vibe: Building Project Management Solutions New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Introductory Travis Barnes

The intent of this course is to introduce Novell Vibe Workspace features and functions and how they can be leveraged to more efficiently and effectively manage projects, programs and associated resources.

This first half of this course will cover how to set up a useful and effective workspace, including: workspace types and templates, folder management and functions, creating landing pages, controlling user access and basic workspace branding.

The second portion of this session will be geared towards creating advanced automated process workflows from Start to Finish, and will include hands-on labs.

The final portion of this class will focus on integration of Vibe into GroupWise, including hands-on labs.

Prerequisites: This course is intended for end users who are interested in finding real world applications for Novell Vibe workspaces and advanced workflows. This is not an administrator course.

NetIQ Sessions

Session Title Status Length Level Instructor(s) Description
Sentinel® 7 for Security Manager Administrators New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Brad Toney

This course will take the skills the students already have in administering Security Manager and translate them into working with Sentinel 7. This course will cover the Sentinel Architecture, and relate SM components to Sentinel components. It will also discuss how common tasks performed in SM, are performed in Sentinel

Prerequisites: This course is designed for Security Manager Administrators.

Sentinel 7: Correlations for the Real World New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Brad Toney

This course will walk students through the new Sentinel 7 correlation builder, go into the correlation rule language, and give examples and discuss real world complicated correlation rules taken from the field.

Prerequisites: This course is designed for Sentinel Administrators who are familiar with previous versions of the product.

Sentinel 7: Top Tips and Tricks New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Tom Burt
Sandy Swansen

This course will cover many of the top configuration and Technical Support issues with Sentinel 7. We will cover configuration optimization, load balancing, and other technical issues surrounding the successful implementation of a Sentinel Solution.

Prerequisites: This course is for Sentinel Administrators who are already familiar with previous versions of Sentinel

Sentinel 7: Reporting- From "One Click" to iReport New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Brad Toney

This course will demonstrate how to run pre existing reports, how to create and save reports from searches "one click", and how to customize reports with iReport.

Prerequisites: This course is for Sentinel Administrators who are already familiar with previous versions of Sentinel.

Privileged User Manager: Advanced Policy Configuration New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Brad Toney

This course will discuss the components of command control policies, exploring what is involved in an enterprise rules policy, and looking at real world examples taken from the field.

Prerequisites: This course is designed for people familiar with Privileged User Manager.

PlateSpin® Migrate 9: The Premier Workload Migration Tool New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Frank Moore

In this session you will learn about the most flexible workload migration tool you will ever see. With this tool you can move or copy workload from physical to virtual for consolidation projects or physical to physical for lease expirations. You will find many other uses for this product that have been a problem in the past, including setting up test labs or development systems that exactly match your production systems. All of this can usually be done without impacting the production systems, or even bringing them down.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

PlateSpin Protect 10: How to Solve Your Current Backup Problems Updated 4 hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Frank Moore

In this session you will learn about a product that can bridge the gap between clustering and tape. Do you need a way to eliminate those problematic backup windows? After a production system failure, do you need a way to get systems backup and running in production in minutes instead of days? How about a quick way to restore a system to production with minimal data loss after a virus infection. Have you ever had to test your companies disaster recovery plan? Come find out about the tool that more progressive disaster recovery teams are using to implement disaster recovery plans and then test them easily.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

NetIQ Operations Center 5: The Best IT Management Tool in the World New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Introductory Frank Moore

In this session you will learn what NetIQ Operations Center can do for your enterprise. This single-pane-of-glass management solution, used by over 300 major companies, can link to almost any system you already have in place and combine the information into a usable and flexible management interface. It provides you the ability to determine root cause and single points-of-failure. It allows you to provide service-based dashboards for business managers, as well as an integrated IT tools dashboard that eliminates the need to manage multiple tool management consoles. This product can significantly reduce your time and cost for discovering and fixing IT problems so you can spend more time using IT to provide your company with competitive advantage.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

NetIQ AppManager 8: The Ultimate Monitoring Tool New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Introductory Frank Moore

In this session you will learn how AppManager provides powerful and flexible capabilities to reduce the work required to monitor, resolve and report on problems with physical hardware, server applications, network devices and end-user response times. The extensible and flexible nature of AppManager makes it the ideal tool to use in your environment or any of your customer environments.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

NetIQ Operations Center 5: The Monitoring Interface of the Future New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Frank Moore

NetIQ Aegis allows IT operations and security professionals to take the mundane, repetitive tasks that take up time and make them automatic processes. This platform works across hardware and software combinations and includes an easy graphical interface to simplify automated processes creation.

This session instructs the basic automation model, familiarizing the attendee with the capabilities of Aegis.

Prerequisites: None. This is product introduction for legacy Novell customers.

Advanced eDirectory Troubleshooting in Linux New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Gary Porter

The directory's increased functionality in the network makes it a critical component for management and decision-based computing. Since it is responsible for housing the various pieces that define the identity of an object and the objects security, its smooth functioning and health are paramount. This 4 hour, hands-on session will explore techniques for maintaining and troubleshooting eDirectory. Techniques for solving many of the challenges facing directory engineers will be demonstrated using the tools available to every administrator. This session will utilize a specially written version of DSClinic in Linux, made specifically for Novell eDirectory 8.8 Advanced Technical Training.

Prerequisites: Experience with eDirectory and its concepts. Also, experience working in a Linux environment is highly recommended.

Advanced NetIQ SecureLogin Solutions New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Gary Porter

This is an advanced scripting session designed to make people think out of the box. Some of the questions answered are:

  • Why use Startup Scripts?
  • How do I determine if a password has changed from outside SecureLogin?
  • How do I solve problematic Web pages?

Other topics covered include:

  • Setting up emulators: a how-to guide.
  • Working with emulators and determining hllapi vs. non-hllapi
  • Other types of Flash apps.
  • Solving problems where Windows CTRL ID's are changing all of the time.

Prerequisites: This is an advanced class and experience with SecureLogin is necessary.

Introduction to NetIQ Access Governance New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Introductory Mark Forsey

Managing user access to information resources is the beating heart of IT security. Nothing is more basic to securing a network, system, application or database than providing the right access to those with a legitimate business need. Employees should have every resource necessary to efficiently fulfill their responsibilities, and nothing more. In this session you will get the opportunity to see how the NetIQ Access Governance can be used to help protect your organization by managing how access to resources is assigned.

Prerequisites: None. This is a new product introduction.

Identity Manager 4 Package Manager: Configuring and Upgrading Your Identity Deployment Previously Taught 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Mark Forsey

Identity Manager 4 released a new content framework to better help customers manager their Identity Manager deployments. Designer today is undoubtedly the “King” of all Identity Tools. The new Package Manager framework that is now part of Designer is going to take it to the next level of tools from Novell. This session will focus on three areas:

  1. How to administer the new Package Manager features that are now part of Designer.
  2. How to create packages with custom content and easy re-use for new deployments.
  3. How to upgrade your existing drivers to the new Content Package Framework.

After you complete this course you should have a very good understanding of Package Manager and how you should be utilizing it in your environment today. This session consists of lecture and hands on. In the hands on portion of this session you will use the information you learned in the three focus areas above.

Prerequisite: This session is dependent upon that you have prior knowledge of the Designer tool, especially if you're going to be creating new content and upgrading existing drivers.

Access Manager: Deep Dive with the SAML Federation protocol New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Neil Cashell
Mark Forsey

In this session students will get an in-depth knowledge of the SAML protocol, and the various interfaces. Using this knowledge, the student will perform a consulting project and establish a federation between NetIQ Access Manager's SAML Identity Server and a well know SaaS provider, building appropriate metadata entries and configuring the SAML SSO settings on both the NAM and SaaS providers. Students will then finish up having to debug a SAML lab where users are unable to Federate between trusted providers.

Prerequisites: This session will review the SAML protocol, it would make the session easier to understand if you review SAML before attending.

Access Manager 3.2: Technical Support Troubleshooting and New Features Previously Taught 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Neil Cashell
Mark Forsey

Learn how to avoid initial problems using proactive best practices, and to troubleshoot Access Manager 3.1 problems should they occur. This session covers troubleshooting tools and key log files for the most commonly reported problems. We will also review new product features from the latest release of Access Manager.

Prerequisites: Understanding of Access Manager architecture and administration is required.

Access Gateway for the Cloud New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Introductory Sandy Swanson

Secure Access Gateway for Cloud allows IT security to adopt an on-premise solution that resides within their control, makes use of existing security and compliance policy frameworks, yet is deployable in near on-demand fashion to provide the best of two worlds—lower expense, complexity, time, management, AND near immediate delivery of identity, access, and compliance for users working in the cloud.

Unlike other IAM solutions provided by vendors such as Oracle, CA, Microsoft, and IBM, Access Gateway for Cloud has unique capabilities that leverages existing enterprise identity and security policies to provide out of the box security and compliance capabilities such as full user provisioning, dynamic credentialing, privileged user management, Single Sign-On (SSO) and compliance reporting to SaaS services.

Because Novell Access Gateway for Cloud is delivered as a virtual appliance and has the ability to dynamically inject existing enterprise security and compliance policies into SaaS applications without having to install or modify the existing infrastructures, the virtual appliance can be fully functional in under two weeks of consulting and customer unique business integration.

Prerequisites: Understanding of SAML and Cloud will be beneficial before attending this session.

Top Support Issues and Troubleshooting Identity Manager 4 Policies with DSTrace New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Tom Burt

Learn the top support issues from one of our top technical support engineers. How does backline support read Dstrace? They are going to show you how they do it. You will be getting an in-depth review on how to effectively read Dstrace so you can support your own Identity Manager implementation. This session will also consist of DStrace labs to review the key concepts that have been taught.

Prerequisites: Understanding of Identity Manager 4 architecture and administration is required for this session.

Understanding Roles Based Provisioning 4.01 Roles, Security and Resource Model New 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Mark Forsey

In this session we are going to look at the new security and resource model in Role Based Provisioning Module 3.7/4.01. You will understand how the Role Based Provisioning Module (RBPM) provides a convenient way for end users to request the resources they need. This session will also focus on how administrators implement and configure resources using entitlements and then binding them to roles. The features that we are going to review are the following:

  • Roles
  • The domain security model
  • Security models fine grained permissions
  • How to properly set your security model trustees
  • Security model teams and delegated administration
  • Resource Model using Entitlements

After you complete this session you will have better understanding on how to properly define permissions in the Role Based Provisioning Module (RBPM). We will also look at the current best practices around the trustee model so users aren't getting access to critical operations. This session consists of lecture and hands on portion. In the hands on portion you will get a chance to review the concepts taught in this session.

Prerequisites: Some experience with the existing RBPM.

Introduction to Sentinel 7 Previously Taught 4 hours (240 Minutes) Introductory Brad Toney

This course starts with an overview of the architecture of Sentinel, then moves to installation and working with the Sentinel appliances.

This course shows how to log into the Sentinel web user interface in addition to the Sentinel Control Center. It discusses how to view in real time what events are happening in an enterprise environment and how to take action on those events.

Prerequisites: This session is geared to security persons not familiar with Sentinel.

Identity Manager: Entitlements from Creation to Implementation Previously Taught 4 hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Mark Forsey

Are you confused about all this Entitlement hoopla? Entitlement this and Entitlement that! What is with all the Entitlement talk with Identity Manager over the past few years. Entitlements are not going away and are being used more heavily. This session will set you perfectly straight without confusion on how to effectively use Entitlements in your Identity Manager infrastructure. This session consists of lecture and a hands on portion. In the hands on portion you will create an entitlement including defining the policies required to carry out the requirements of the entitlement. You then use the entitlement with the 3 agents (Entitlements Service Driver, User Application Provisioning Workflow, and RBPM Resource Model) available to you in Identity Manager and the Roles Based Provisioning Module to understand how they are applied.

Prerequisites: Experience with Identity Manager policies and Roles Based Provisioning workflows using Designer is recommended.

SUSE® Sessions

Session Title Status Length Level Instructor(s) Description
Advances in Virtualization with SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 #1: KVM Updated 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

This session introduces you to the features of KVM virtualization in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2. Installation and management of KVM virtualization hosts and machines using Libvirt is covered.

This session is intended to be part 1 of a two part session series (SUS01, SUS02). This session can be taken independently of part 2

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Advances in Virtualization with SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 #2: Libvirt, Virtual Networks, Snapshots and Clones Updated 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

In this session you use Libvirt to delegate virtualization administration to non-root users, manage virtual networks, etc. You also leverage features of QEmu and other disk image formats to create snapshots and clones of your virtual disks.

This session is intended to be part 2 of a two part session series (SUS01, SUS02). This session can be taken independently of part 1

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Advancements in the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension 11 SP1 #1 Updated 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

In this session you install and configure an HA cluster with the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension SP2. You will also configure and use new and updated components of the HA Extension such as Parallel SSH (pssh), csync2 and the HA Web Console (hawk).

This session is intended to be part 1 of a two part session series (SUS03, SUS04). This session can be taken independently of part 2.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Advancements in the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension 11 SP1 #2 Updated 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

In this session you configure some of the new and updated features of and cluster resources in the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension SP2 such as redundant SBD, etc.

This session is intended to be part 2 of a two part session series (SUS03, SUS04). This session can be taken independently of part 1.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Install and Configure an Open Source Identity Server New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

In this session you install and configure an open source identity server using OpenSSL, Open LDAP and Kerberos. You then configure a Linux server as a client to the identity server.

This session is intended to be part 1 of a two part session series (SUS05, SUS06). This session can be taken independently of part 2.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Secure Access to Linux Services with an OpenSource Identity Server New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Ron Terry

In this session you use an open source identity server based on OpenSSL, Open LDAP and Kerberos to provide centrally managed secure authentication and session encryption for Linux services such as NFSv4 and SSH.

This session is intended to be part 2 of a two part session series (SUS05, and SUS06). This session can be taken independently of part 1.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Advanced VMware Workstation and VM Remote Control New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Doc Hodges

Most of us use VMware Workstation locally and think of ESX or XEN for multi-user and servers. If you are willing to look a little deeper, you'll find Workstation options you might not expect. We'll crack open a few text files and learn to hand craft a linked clone, make 4 VMs with the disk space of 2, explain the dreaded ""Moved or Copied"" question and much more. We'll learn to use a networking trick that has saved us thousands of hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars. ESX is right for some jobs but you'll find new ways to save time and money with Workstation.

Of course, the more VMs you have the more you need remote access for them and your users. There are some great options out there and many of them are free. We'll look how to manipulate the built in remote control, FreeNX and variants of VNC.

We'll focus on Linux as the back end but most of the concepts work with Windows and OS X too.

Prerequisites: Experience with VMware Workstation is required. Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is strongly suggested

Introduction to IPv6 New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Bjoern Lotz

On February 3, 2011 the last /8 IPv4 blocks were handed to the continental Regional Internet Registries. Despite this, IPv4 will still be with us for some time, but IPv6 will certainly be with us in the future.

In this session, you learn IPv6 basics and how to configure IPv6 in Linux. It will point you ways to begin testing and using IPv6 even if your ISP does not offer it yet.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

CLP Live Fire New 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Intermediate Bjoern Lotz

In this session you will be given a comprehensive administrative scenario to solve on two virtual machines running SLES 11. The scenario will be based on the CLP curriculum.

The instructor will be around to help you along as needed in the first three hours, while the last hour will be devoted to presenting a sample solution to the task.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Dr. L's Treatment for the CLP Pain Points #1: Scripting in the CLP New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Bjoern Lotz

Based on the performance of candidates in the CLP 11 Practicum Exam, some topics seem to be more difficult for the candidates than others.

One of these is Bash Scripting.

This session will cover steps to take and pitfalls to avoid when developing a script for a giving task. It will cover how to decide on the elements to be included in a script, the actual writing of the script and dealing with the inevitable mistakes you are going to make while writing a script.

Completely aside from the CLP 11 exam, scripting is a Linux skill you do not want to miss, as it can make your life as an administrator so much easier.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Dr. L's Treatment for the CLP Pain Points #2: NFSv4 and Syslog-ng New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Bjoern Lotz

Based on the performance of candidates in the CLP 11 Practicum Exam, some topics seem to be more difficult for the candidates than others.

One of these is NFSv4 and another is the configuration of SyslogNG.

This session will cover the conceptual differences between NFSv3 and NFSv4 and the differences in the configuration between version 3 and 4 on the server as well as on the client.

Regarding SyslogNG, it will explain how to create and modify filter, destination and log statements to dispel any confusion that might exist in these areas.

Completely aside from the CLP 11 exam, NFSv4 and SyslogNG will help you to administer these aspects of Linux more efficiently.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Dr. L's Treatment for the CLP Pain Points #3: Apache and Samba New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Intermediate Bjoern Lotz

Based on the performance of candidates in the CLP 11 Practicum Exam, some topics seem to be more difficult for the candidates than others.

One of these is the Apache configuration and another is the configuration of Samba.

This session will cover the elements of the Apache2 and the Samba configuration as covered in the CLP 11 curriculum.

Completely aside from the CLP 11 exam, this will allow you to create simple setups of Apache2 and Samba you can use in your environments.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

Basic Linux Container Technology New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Brandon Heaton

This course will include the basics of Linux container technologies and the advantages of using containers to improve your virtualization infrastructure.

Direct training and hands-on labs will show you how to use containers for the following solutions:

  • Install two versions of the same software on a machine
  • Test install software without endangering your live system
  • Explore MySQL inside a container
  • Use containers in place of virtual machines
  • Install and run apache in a container

Prerequisites: This is an advanced course, and experience with Linux command shell environment is advised.

LXC, Cgroups and Advanced Linux Container Technology New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Brandon Heaton

This module covers the Linux Kernel resource containment technology called "cgroups", as well as LXC, the Linux Container project, which utilizes both chroot jails and cgroups to create high-speed, sophisticated, containment environments.

Why would administrators care about LXC? Because containers are the most efficient form of virtualization available today. No hypervisor is required, yet virtualization can scale from individual application processes to entire service and desktop environments.

Come and see how to set up and start taking advantage of LXC in your own environment.

This module will cover the concepts and implementations of Linux system resource containment using Linux chroot jails, cgroups, & LXC. LXC is included in SLES 11 SP2.

Prerequisites: This is an advanced course that requires experience with the Linux environment and Linux chroot jails as well as familiarity with Linux scripts, executables and shared code libraries.

Bash Internals Previously Taught 4 Hours (240 Minutes) Advanced Brandon Heaton

Many System Administrators fail to leverage the full power of SUSE Linux Enterprise in their environment because their shell user skills and their shell programming skills were never given the fundamentals.

This four hour module changes that for interested Bash programmers.

The essentials of Bash covered in this session include:

  • Core Scripting Skills of Piping and Redirection
  • Command Substitution
  • Testing
  • Command Line Token Parsing and Expansion
  • Meta-character Expansion
  • Special Parameters and Variables
  • Arithmetic Expressions

Don't miss the Bash Internals class at ATT Live 2012.

Prerequisites: Shell scripting is an advanced Linux System Administration skill. Attendees should have experience administering Linux to get maximum value from this session.

Bash Debugging New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Brandon Heaton

Very effective bash debugging techniques will be covered in this course such as syntax highlighting, flagging and live contained shell testing.

This module includes hands-on debugging of real scripts, with help available from an ATT Instructor present.

A great chance to boost your Bash programming skill set by adding some highly effective debugging techniques.

Prerequisites: This module only covers the concepts of debugging, does not cover the basics of Bash scripting, and presumes that the student already has some experience in creating Bash scripts.

The New Btrfs Filesystem for Linux: Features and Tools New 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Advanced Brandon Heaton

This module covers the basics and features of the new Btrfs filesystem, a game-changer for the Linux operating system.

Topics and will include:

  • Sub-volumes
  • Converting from ext3 filesystems
  • Disk spanning
  • The snapper management tool
  • Snapshots and roll-back

Get up to speed on the latest filesystem advancements coming for Linux.

Don't miss Btfs at ATT Live!

Prerequisites: Attendees should have experience administering Linux filesystems and working with the Linux command line shell environment.

SUSE Intermediate Troubleshooting: Support Advisor Technology New 2hr Advanced Jason Record

This session gives an introduction to Support Advisor technology, what it is, and how to use it. Support Advisor reports can be used to both troubleshoot problems that you are currently having on your systems as well as help you discover (potential) problems you may not yet know about.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise

SUSE Intermediate Troubleshooting: Support Utilities New 2hr Advanced Jason Record

This session provides an introduction to the supportutils package created by Novell Technical Support (NTS) specifically for SUSE Linux. This session covers how to use these utilities to troubleshoot problems with your systems both for your own use and for potential interactions with NTS.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

SUSE Advanced Troubleshooting: The Boot Process New 2hr Advanced Jason Record

Problems with the boot process are some of the most critical that can occur on you system with the result inevitably a server down. This session covers in great detail and at an advanced level the troubleshooting of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server boot process.

Prerequisites: Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

SUSE Roadmap New 2hr Advanced SUSE PM (or Ron)

This session covers the SUSE Linux Enterprise products' roadmaps

Prerequisites: None

Testing and Certification

Session Title Length Instructor(s) Description
Practicum Testing 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Randy Hugie
Brandon Heaton
Ron Terry

Novell offers industry-leading certifications and tests that are globally recognized. Employers are increasingly requiring tangible proof that you have the knowledge it takes to perform your job. Achieving a Novell certification is simple and provides that extra edge for those already succeeding in the IT industry.

This year, ATT Live will include this great opportunity of taking a certification exam at no additional cost. You must register for this session in order to take advantage of this offer. Registration is also available onsite, but seating will be limited. Register early to reserve your seat.

Practicum exams cover the Novell Certified Linux Professional (CLP), Novell Certified Linux Engineer (CLE), and the Novell Certified Engineer (NCE) certifications.

Refer to the following web page for more information regarding all of our certifications: www.novell.com/training/certinfo

Note: You will be contacted individually prior to the event for more information on which exam you are interested in taking so that we can prepare the systems with that exam on-site.

Certification 2 Hours (120 Minutes) Randy Hugie

Certification Exams (Delivered through Pearson VUE):

Novell offers industry-leading certifications and tests that are globally recognized. Employers are increasingly requiring tangible proof that you have the knowledge it takes to perform your job. Achieving a Novell certification is simple and provides that extra edge for those already succeeding in the IT industry.

This year, ATT Live will include this great opportunity of taking a certification exam at no additional cost. You must register for this session in order to take advantage of this offer. Registration is also available onsite, but seating will be limited. Register early to reserve your seat.

Our exams that are offered through Pearson VUE cover all of our certifications except the Novell Certified Linux Professional (CLP), Novell Certified Linux Engineer (CLE), and the Novell Certified Engineer (NCE), which are offered under the Practicum Testing Sessions (above).

Refer to the following web page for more information regarding all of our certifications: www.novell.com/training/certinfo

Note: You will be contacted individually prior to the event for more information on which exam you are interested in taking so that we can prepare the systems with that exam on-site.

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