Grid Service Provisioning System 5 0 Configuration

RPS Consulting pvt Ltd
In Bangalore

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  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    4 Days
Description

Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System product and architecture. Describe the role of the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System version 5.0 System plug-in. Create host database entries, create simple components, and perform simple deployments and comparisons by using the web-based user interface. Use the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software's command-line interface (CLI).

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Bangalore
560 025, Karnataka, India
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Course programme


NPS-470 N1 Grid Service Provisioning System 5.0 Configuration
Course Content :: Duration :: Course Fees
4 days

INR 21000.0 plus service taxes

Overview
The N1 Grid Service Provisioning System 5.0 Configuration and Deployment course provides students with the information that they need to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System 5.0 product. It describes the organizational architecture, including features and functions, resource requirements, and benefits. This course is delivered in a traditional instructor-led classroom environment. It consists of a mix of lecture and remote-lab exercises.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System product and architecture
· Describe the role of the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System version 5.0 System plug-in
· Create host database entries, create simple components, and perform simple deployments and comparisons by using the web-based user interface
· Use the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software's command-line interface (CLI)
· Manipulate directly the Extensible Markup Language (XML) representations to components in the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System to create deployment variables and invoke native commands
· Model and deploy complex applications by using advanced N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software features
· Describe, import, view, edit, delete, and upgrade N1 Grid Service Provisioning System plug-ins
· Install, remove, back up, and restore the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System environment

PreRequisites

Not Applicable

Who Can Benefit

Students who can benefit from this course are Sun customers, Sun employees, and Sun partners.

Duration :4 days

Course Fees :INR 21000.0 plus service taxes

INR 23595.60 inclusive of service taxes

Course Content :
N1 Grid Service Provisioning System Introduction and Architecture
· Explain what the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System version 5.0 software is
· Identify the major features of the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software
· Understand Grid Service Provisioning and the N1 architecture strategy
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System capabilities on the UNIX operating system (OS)
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System capabilities on the Windows 2000 OS
· Explain the roles of the Master Server, Local Distributor, and Remote Agent components
· Describe the architectural choices available to you with the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software
· Explore the user interface associated with the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System
· Identify features of the main task bar
· Describe object organization and views
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System plug-in strategy

System Infrastructure
· Understand the role of the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software's System plug-in
· Understand the behavior associated with component types

Introduction to the Host Database
· Define hosts in the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System
· Describe host sets
· Explain how to create host sets
· Define host types
· Describe virtual hosts
· Explain how to create a virtual host

Component Creation and Deployment
· Understand the role of folders in the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System
· Create folders
· Describe the role of components
· Understand the contents of a component
· Review the component types
· Differentiate between simple and container components
· Use best practices for creating and naming components
· Check in a component from the gold server
· Create container components
· Understand container version numbering
· Use built-in install and uninstall steps to deploy components
· Hide and delete components
· View hidden components

Comparison Feature
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System comparison feature
· Describe the role of snapshots in the comparison feature
· Describe the types of comparisons
· Perform model-to-model comparisons
· Perform model-to-install comparisons
· Perform install-to-install comparisons
· Explain the use of ignore rules during comparisons
· Use diff adapters when comparing files

Introduction to the Command-Line Interface
· Describe how the CLI contacts the Master Server
· View a CLI example
· Use the CLI help feature
· Get help on a specific CLI command
· Use the CLI Jython interpreter

Component XML, Variables, and the execNative Command
· Understand the role of component XML
· Discuss component variables
· Describe the use of variables in configuration templates
· Describe the use of the execNative command

Advanced Modeling
· Describe parameters in the component XML files
· Define both simple and composite execution plans
· Use programming constructs in the component and plan XML files
· Use the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software's built-in verifications in the XML files

Managing Plug-Ins
· Describe the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System plug-ins
· Describe the characteristics and management features of the plug-ins
· Understand plug-in administration tasks
· Manage plug-ins by using CLI commands

System Administration
· Describe the installation process for the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System software
· Describe the supported platforms
· Understand the installation requirements
· Describe the different installation programs available
· Install the software
· Set up automated installations of the Remote Agent
· Configure Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication
· Configure Secure Shell (SSH) communication
· Upgrade from version 4.1 to version 5.0 software
· Manage applications
· Manage data
· Manage users and groups
· Describe user authentication
· Configure external user authentication

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