Certification Training Of UNIX SHELL SCRIPTING

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Course Curriculum

Objective Learning: This tutorial offers an overview of the Unix shell scripting, its layout, application
framework, and software use, and how to use the Putty tool to communicate to the Unix Server.

Topics Covered:
UNIX Operating System Implementation, UNIX vs. Windows and DOS Operating System Characteristics,
Unique Unix Flavors, Unix Interface Design, Unix File System Format, Unix Command Utilization, Unix
Framework Directory, Unix OS Advantages, and Disadvantages, Controlling Unix Server.

Objective Learning: In this Unix shell scripting course, using the Putty tool and Ubuntu, you will know
how to read and use commands, print responses on display, and achieve hands-on experience with basic
instructions Unix container.

Topics Covered:
Highlights: Ubuntu, Ubuntu Unique Commands (such as apt-get, apt-cache, etc.), Common Unix Valuable
Commands (such as sleep, password, date, cal, etc.), Login Based Commands, Terminal Connected Commands, Online Guide, Message Display, Disk Connected Commands, Unix OS Information Order,
Color Terminal Control, Online Manual, Message Display.
Objective Learning: You will learn how to create, erase, rename, copy, transfer, view files and the concepts of Redirection and Piping in this tutorial.

Topics Covered:
What are files, repositories and subdirectories, file types, file communication protocols, directory names,
wildcard chars used in files, directory managing commands, file creation, view and remove commands,
file processing commands (cp, mv, wc, lp, etc.), piping, input/output redirection commands?
Objective Learning: In this tutorial, you will understand where to use different actions to manage files
and folders and discover using filter commands.

Topics Covered:
Horizontal File Splitting, Vertical File Splitting, Useful File Related Commands (such as paste, tee, tr, CMP,
comm, diff, alias, etc.), File Scan, Compress and Archive Files, ln: File Linking, Filter Related Commands
such as grep, sort, uniq, awk, etc.
Objective Learning: You will understand the different types of file attributes in this tutorial, how to adjust
file permissions, how to communicate inside a network using the Unix command, how to  upload/download files from local to server, and vice versa.

Topics Covered:
User and Authorization Categories, Changing File Permissions, Changing File Ownership, Using UMASK
Commands, Network Contact Commands, Network-based Commands, moving files between Local and
Server, Copying files from server to server.
Objective Learning: Metrics and trend charts can allow you to show that your purpose of obtaining
requirements is developing. Using brainstorming, negotiation, or Agile development research methods,
learning from this module will help you control the proposed changes in your plan.

Topics Covered:
Different editor categories (such as ed, sed, gEdit, emacs, nano, vi, vim), Different vi editor functions,
Screen control, Navigation, Cursor movement, Save and exit commands, Insert and remove operations in
vi, Pattern scan, Try replacing, Line join, Copy and paste, Block copy, Switch and delete, Vim editor unique
editions, Sed: Stream editor, Xargs command use.
Objective Learning: Learners can learn the basic concept of a Shell Script, when and how to use it, and
the conditions for operating on a Shell Script in this unit.

Topics Covered:
What is Shell Scripting? Multiple shells form Scripting Language vs. Programming Language, Task, running
background and foreground tasks, Scheduling Job (at, batch, cron, nice), Terminate Process Environment
Variable, how to write and perform a Shell script file.
Objective Learning: You can practice creating a Shell Script with some simple functions in this tutorial.

Topics Covered:
Process for Escape and Quoting, Batch Script vs. Shell Script, Shell Script Advantages and Disadvantages,
Shell Simple Arithmetic Operators, Arrays, Shell Feature, Declaration of Decision making.
Objective Learning: You will understand how to debug a Shell Script code in this tutorial and more hands-
on significant programs with your study exercises.

Topics Covered:
Debugging of shell scripts, shell loops, the flow of loop control, some important projects for shell scripts.
Objective Learning: We will speak about FAQs in this unit and research projects with rights and duties.

Topics Covered:
Discussion of objectives/FAQ, Queries/Doubt Correction, Project

Course Description

* This Unix shell scripting program contains Unix & Shell Script at the simple to more complex level. The training is user-friendly and will highlight real-time programs that connect with industrial requirements.

* Once you have accomplished the Unix/Linux Shell Script course, you can:
* Know various UNIX Operating Systems and classify them.
* Understand architecture & its various layers.
* Shell Scripts writing, running, and debugging.
* Acknowledge advanced principles that one can use in different technologies.
* This training would be useful for both beginners and seasoned professionals interested in knowing and developing their careers in Unix-related IT areas.
The training would be suitable for applicants working or willing to work in diverse technology areas, such as ETL Development/Testing, Big Data & Hadoop Development/Testing, Java Development/Testing, Unix SQL Production Support, and plenty more.
You should have some knowledge of Windows OS as a pre-requisite of the Unix shell scripting course.
The course delivers an installation guide. We also provide detailed installation guides for setting up a suitable environment in the LMS. Also. Oh. For online assistance and experience, we'll provide a URL. Our 24*7 support team and will get back to your questions quickly.
* In total, training includes 30 types of assignments.
* Following are some of the topics on which most of the assignments will be made by you in this Unix shell scripting course:
* User creation
* Ownership modifications
* Disk and SSH configuration
* Logical splitting
* HTTP will be the basis of developing a repository
Typical hardware specifications are 4 GB RAM and 10 GB Dual-Core CPU Disk Space. You can download Requisite Software from edelivery.oracle.com.

Features

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

You can view the recorded sessions and attend another live batch, and thus, in this way, you'll never miss a class.

Yes, you can have the guidance for placements.

Mentors in this training are the experts having 8-10 years of experience in this particular field.

 No, sorry. But you can watch our uploaded sample sessions, which can help you for sure.