NetApp: Data ONTAP Fundamentals Course

HBF IT EDUCATION SERVICES
In Bangalore

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Typology Course
Location Bangalore
Duration 1 Day
  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    1 Day
Description


Suitable for: Anyone who performs basic support and administrative functions on a NetApp(R) storage appliance running the Data ONTAP operating system.

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Bangalore
#70/1, 2nd Floor, Dr.Brownamma Towers 2nd Cross, Mission Road, CSI Compund, Opp: HCG Hospital, 560027, Karnataka, India
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Starts On request
Location
Bangalore
#70/1, 2nd Floor, Dr.Brownamma Towers 2nd Cross, Mission Road, CSI Compund, Opp: HCG Hospital, 560027, Karnataka, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

¬∑ Requirements

* Introduction to NetApp Products Web Based Training * Basic knowledge of client/server and networking terminology and management including TCP/IP * Background in administrating one of the following: UNIX, Windows(R), or SAN system

Course programme

The students have a clear concept about DataONTAP after completing this course.
Students will have a in-depth knowledge about DataONTAP plus will study
Clarify the most important purpose of a storage machine.
* Use a storeroom machine comfort to right of entry in addition to carry out commpluss.
* Determine a storage appliances system configuration.
* Manage a storage appliances configuration files from an adminhost.
* Setup aggregates plus volumes plus set volume specific options.
* Classify the material interfaces used by a storage appliance.
* Shape physical boundary parameters on a storage application.
* Shape the virtual interfaces (VLANs plus VIFs).
* Export a storage appliances volumes to a host.
* Mount the exported file system from a host.
* Upgrade Data ONTAP via NFS, CIFS or HTTP.
* Join a storage appliance into a Windows 2000 domain using CIFS.
* Create Qtrees.
* Create, Map plus Access LUNS via a Windows(R) host.
* Create, Map plus Access LUNS via a SolarisT host.
* Initialize a storage system plus create a new file system.
* Install licenses.
* Install system files.
* Set the SnapshotTM schedule on a storage appliance.
* Restore a deleted file from the .snapshot directory.
* Create the etc quotas file.
* Restrict disk space using quotas.
* Backup a volume using a storage appliances native dump commplus.
* Backup a qtree using a storage appliances native dump commplus.
* Restore a volume using the native restore commplus.
* Restore a qtree using a storage appliances native restore commplus.
* Test NDMP services on a storage appliance.

Course Contents
Primary function of a storage appliance
* Using a storage appliance console to access plus execute commpluss
* Storage appliance's system configuration
* Storage appliance's configuration files from an adminhost
* Setup aggregates plus volumes plus set volume specific options
* Physical interfaces used by a storage appliance
* Physical interface parameters on a storage appliance
* Virtual interfaces (VLANs plus VIFs)
* Storage appliance's volumes to a host
* Upgrading Data ONTAP via NFS, CIFS or HTTP
* Joining a storage appliance into a Windows 2000 domain using CIFS
* Qtrees
* Filers plus new file systems
* Licenses
* System files
* Set the Snapshot schedule on a storage appliance
* Restore a deleted file from the .snapshot directory
* Create the /etc/quotas file
* Restrict disk space using quotas
* Backup a volume using a storage appliance's native dump commplus
* Backup a qtree using a storage appliance's native dump commplus
* Restoring a volume
* Restoring a qtree
* NDMP services on a storage appliance
* Volume plus aggregate copy on a storage appliance
* The admin privilege commpluss
* statit commplus
* Storage Appliance's optional settings







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