December 2, 2003

BSD admin training in February in Seattle

Puget Sound Technology to teach FreeBSD and open source administration.

Puget Sound Technology is teaching hands-on system administration training
focusing on FreeBSD, February 3 - 6, 2004, in Seattle, Washington, USA.
This class covers standard open source skills such as mail server
management (using Postfix), DNS with BIND, Apache Web Server
Administration, as well as FreeBSD admin fundamentals.

FreeBSD is known as a reliable, secure, and high performance Unix
operating system. According to a recent Netcraft study, FreeBSD powers
nearly 2 million active websites; and popular hosting providers, such as
Yahoo, NTT/Verio, Infospace, Pair.com, and others take advantage of
FreeBSD.

Puget Sound Technology's FreeBSD course includes instruction
in system startup configurations, user and group administration,
"hardening" techniques for advanced security, custom kernels,
packet filtering and Network Address Translation, and more.

"Students will setup their own authoritative DNS servers and secondary
DNS servers for the other classmates," said Jeremy C. Reed of Puget
Sound Technology. "And they will configure the Apache HTTPD webserver
for virtual web hosting."

More information about the class is available at
http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/training/freebsd/.
Discounts are available.

About Puget Sound Technology

Puget Sound Technology provides remote administration and consulting
services covering Unix, Linux, *BSD, and open source software for
clients in Washington state, through out the United States and
Canada, and beyond. Puget Sound Technology teaches introductory
workshops and detailed hands-on training in Phoenix, Arizona; the
Seattle, Washington area; and at client locations. With over 35 classes
and lectures taught over the past few years, recent classes have
covered OpenBSD system administration, beginning Samba administration,
and Linux IP Tables. Puget Sound Technology's homepage is at http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/.

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