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Course number HK253S
Length 3 days
Delivery method Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
Price USD $ 2,700
CAD $ 2,970

Course overview

Learn how to configure, manage, and monitor a StoreAll 9000 File Serving Software Solution (v6.3). Topics include how to successfully configure the components of a StoreAll 9000 file system, monitor file system activities, and perform basic problem-solving and information gathering tasks. The course is 60 percent lecture and 40 percent hands-on labs using HP 9000 Network Storage Systems.


Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with Linux operating system and
  • Familiarity with NAS concepts is recommended

Audience

  • StoreAll system administrators

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Course objectives

At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:

  • Describe the sequence of events used for data read/write operations
  • Define the 9000 network connections and interfaces
  • Monitor cluster operations
  • Perform administrative functions through the GUI or CLI
  • Build an 9000 file system on file serving nodes and export to clients
  • Initiate file creates meeting desired 9000 allocation policies
  • Perform file system expansion of a segment and/or file serving node
  • Implement and manage native and hardware-based snapshots
  • Perform routine maintenance and troubleshooting procedures

Benefits to you

  • Gain the skills required to configure, manage, and monitor an 9000 File Serving Software solution in order to efficiently manage rising file storage demands

Course outline

Course Introduction

Product Introduction and Solution Architecture

  • HP StorageWorks 9000 Network Storage Systems
  • Glossary of terms
  • 9000 segmented architecture
  • Nonhierarchical architecture
  • Ibrix Distribution Engine (IDE)
  • NFS network read and write
  • 9000 client network read and write
  • Solution blueprint

Cluster Management

  • Monitoring cluster operational status
  • Managing file systems
  • Monitoring cluster health
  • High availability
  • Test failover and failback
  • Event notification
  • Hostgroups and quotas

File System Allocation

  • Allocation policies overview
  • File allocation policies
  • How allocation settings are evaluated
  • Allocation policy on 9000 and NFS/CIFS clients
  • File allocation CLI commands
  • Setting, viewing, modifying an allocation policy

File System Extension

  • Expanding the file system capacity
  • Using the Rebalancer
  • Increasing performance
  • Migrating segment ownership

File System Creation and Deletion

  • Creating a file system using the GUI
  • Creating a file system manually and automatically using the CLI
  • File system deletion

Data Services - Data Tiering

  • Data tiering definition, benefits, and policies
  • Determining your tiering schema and policies
  • Managing, creating, running, and monitoring data tiering

Data Services - WORM

  • WORM/data retention
  • Configuration and administration
  • Solution examples
  • Auto commit to WORM at version 6.1
  • Archive reporting at version 6.1

Data Services - Replication

  • Remote replication defined
  • Interoperability
  • Cluster registration
  • Target file system export
  • Replication operations

Snapshots

  • Overview and concept explanation
  • Snapshot lifecycle
  • Implementing and managing snapshots in the GUI and CLI
  • Array-dependent (block/hardware) snapshots

Client Services

  • NFS and FTP
  • HTTP, WebDAV, and CIFS

CIFS File Services

  • What is 9000 CIFS
  • 9000 CIFS support and features
  • Joining an Active Directory Domain
  • SMB1 vs. SMB2.0
  • Case insensitivity

Support Services and Problem Solving

  • Support ticket
  • File system upgrade utility
  • Statistics tool
  • Insight remote support
  • General problem solving
  • Virus scanning

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