DNS (domain name system) is the "phone book" of the internet, providing a directory of computer names and their IP addresses. BIND is the most common Linux implementation of DNS. When you open a website or send and receive an email, a DNS server somewhere is quietly addressing your message to its intended recipient.
In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn the critical features of DNS while carrying out exercises in the setup and configuration of a BIND DNS server on Linux. The course starts with a refresher on key networking principles, then digs into hands-on practice with setup and configuration. Steadily, the discussion and practices move towards more complex topics such as security, availability, debugging and troubleshooting.
Format of the Course
How DNS Works
Different Types of Name Servers
DNS Server and Email
Configuring Your Hosts
Adding Name Servers
Parents and Sub-Domains
Securing Your Name Server
Load Balancing and Failover
Supporting International Domain Names
DNS and DHCP
Interoperability and Upgrading
Debugging Your Name Server
Troubleshooting Tools and Techniques
Summary and Conclusion
I mostly liked the explanation of fundamentals.
The extra informations not in the official docs
Covered Linux basics which was very helpful to understand the rest of the course Good pace and good communication
Executing commands myself and learning what some of the Linux 'code' actually means.
Engaging exercises, perfect pace
Many positives. I came to the training to get a better understanding of Unix and I certainly can go back to work with a lot more knowledge which was my main goal.
Delivery and Lab
There were lots of exercises, which was really good.
There were alsways some information on the side, which is usually left (in other courses) out but nonetheless important and interesting.
The personal approach and the practical way of going trough the seen theory afterwards.
The coolest thing was that it was not the "dry" knowledge, there were only a lot of exercises and repetitions on a regular basis, and that all the questions asked during the training were answered by the instructor, which definitely facilitated the understanding of the issue.
The knowledge of the trainer and his stoic calmness
a large number of examples and exercises checking knowledge and skills
Mixing lectures from the practical part
all issues are discussed in detail
Forbearance of the trainer
the same subject of training and pleasant atmosphere
Well, the tutor helps in writing scripts like something does not work, practical knowledge
A wide range of material
The way of conducting classes
interesting issues, nice facilitator, professional way of conducting classes
The most striking thing for me was the trainer's use of talking to the group in the way "Look", "Look", "Now use this command" - this is a fairly well-known and effective method of maintaining focus among listeners. In addition, extensive knowledge of the teacher. which he can convey in an accessible way.
The trainer has a lot of substantive knowledge and communicates well with the audience.
The flexibility of the trainer
Lecturer's knowledge and presentation
good atmosphere and knowledge of the lecturer
Knowledge and experience of the host. Examples from a real production environment.
knowledge of the trainer
The attitude of the lecturer, who had a lot of knowledge, he knew how to pass it, and he was very nice.
The great place left to the exercises
the trainer was able to adapt his course in relation to our needs
The number of exercises
Very good training, dynamic and interactive
A good refresher of my historical knowledge
Total Courses 3