ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training (ONTAP9ADM)

ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training

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Course Overview:

ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training (ONTAP9ADM) – Hands-on

This newly ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training (ONTAP9ADM), updated to ONTAP v9.2 is a three-day, instructor-led course uses lecture and hands-on exercises to teach basic administration of an ONTAP® cluster. You configure and maintain a cluster. You practice working with ONTAP features. You use the cluster shell and OnCommand® System Manager to manage storage and network resources. ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training is an intermediate course in a comprehensive learning path for customers, partners, and NetApp employees.

Related Courses:

NTAP 9.3 Cluster Administration and Data Protection Bundle Training
ONTAP 9.3 Cluster Administration Training
ONTAP 9.3 Data Protection Administration Training

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training course:

• Network Engineers
• Channel Partners
• System Engineers
• NetApp Customers

Class Prerequisites:

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training course are as follows:

• ONTAP Cluster Fundamentals (WBT)
• ONTAP NAS Fundamentals (WBT)
• ONTAP SAN Fundamentals (WBT)

What You Will Learn:

Upon completing this ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Describe how ONTAP fits into the NetApp Cloud and Data Fabric strategy
• Identify supported ONTAP configurations
• Create a cluster
• Manage ONTAP administrators
• Configure and manage storage resources
• Configure and manage networking resources
• Create and configure a storage virtual machine (SVM)
• Create and manage FlexVol® volumes
• Implement storage efficiency features
• Create protocol servers within an SVM
• Upgrade and revert ONTAP software

ONTAP 9.2 Cluster Administration Training – Course Syllabus:

Module 1: ONTAP Review

ONTAP foundation for Data Fabric
ONTAP cluster components
Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) role in the NetApp storage architecture
ONTAP deployment options

Module 2: Cluster Setup

ONTAP software terminology
Supported FAS configurations
Manage cluster nodes
Cluster setup
User interfaces
OnCommand system manager 9.2

Module 3: Management

Managing clusters
Access control
Date and time
Licenses
Policies, jobs and schedules
Licenses
Policies, jobs and schedules

Module 4: Network Management

ONTAP network review
Network ports
IPspaces
Network interfaces
Nondisruptive LIF configuration
Routing management

Module 5: Physical Storage

ONTAP storage architecture concepts
Disks, RAID and aggregates
Flash cache and flash pool
Advanced disk partitioning
FabricPool aggregates

Module 6: Logical Storage

Manage flexible volumes
Manage Snapshot copies
Restore data from a Snapshot copy
Volume moves

Module 7: Storage Efficiency

Thin provisioning
Deduplication and compression
Flash efficiency
FlexClone volumes

Module 8: NAS Protocols

File system structure
Deploying NFS
Windows file services
Network file access
Create NFS and SMB servers within SVM

Module 9: SAN Protocols

Unified storage review
SAN support in ONTAP
iSCSI configuration
Windows LUN

Module 10: Cluster Maintenance

Upgrading your cluster
Events and alerts
Performance best practices
Technical support

Module 11: Data Protection Features

Data Protection solutions
Monitor and manage data protection tools

Labs:

Exploring ONTAP management UIS
Managing ONTAP clusters and administrators
Managing physical and logical network resources
Managing virtual network resources
Managing physical storage
Exploring RAID-TEC and creating a flash pool
Managing data volumes and Snapshot copies
Managing FlexVol volumes
Managing storage efficiency
Managing Flexclone volumes
Configuring NAS protocols
Accessing NAS data from client computers
Configuring iSCSI
Accessing a LUN from a windows host
Exploring the event log

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