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CC-013   CLUSTERED DATA ONTAP ADMINISTRATION * |  5 jours


01/. Overview

Identify the unique features of Data ONTAP Cluster-Mode relative to 7-Mode; Explain the three primary benefits of Data ONTAP clustering; Identify the scope of Data ONTAP concepts such as node virtual servers (Vservers), administrative Servers, and cluster Vservers.

02/. Installation

Configure nodes and install Data ONTAP 8.1 operating system ; Assign and initialize disks; Create a multimode cluster; Add feature licenses to the cluster; Set the dates, times and time zones of the nodes in the cluster.

03/. User Interface

Compare the CLI with the various GUIs ; Identify which commands are available for a command directory; Identify whether parameters are required or optional for a command; Switch among privilege levels.

04/. Physical Data Storage

Draw the FC connections from a high-availability (HA) pair of controllers to the disk shelves ; Create aggregates; List the steps that are required to enable storage failover (SFO); Explain and enable “two-node HA” mode for two-node clusters; Take over and giveback storage between the nodes of an HA pair; Add disks to an aggregate; Enumerate the steps to expand an aggregate from 32-bit to 64-bit.

05/. Virtual Data Storage

Create a volume ; Build a namespace using multiple volumes; Configure SnapMirror relationships; Move volumes to other aggregates in a cluster; Describe user, group, and qtree quotas.

06/. Architecture

Show the end-to-end path of a file write request through a cluster ; Answer questions about replicated database (RDB) concepts; Identify the differences between a vol0 root volume and a cluster virtual server (Vserver) root volume.

07/. Physical Networking

Draw the connections of the network cables from three networks to a controller ; Explain port roles; Create an interface group.

08/. Virtual Networking

Create data logical interfaces (LIFs) for each cluster virtual server; Create static routes for the data LIFs; Migrate and revert a data LIF; Describe the LIF failover rules.

09/. NAS Protocols

Create an export policy for a virtual server (Vserver); Create an NFS configuration for a Vserver; Write data into each volume through an NFS client; Create a CIFS domain, server, and share; Write data into each volume through a CIFS client.



10/. SAN Protocols

Explain the differences among the supported SAN protocols; Identify the components that implement scalable SAN on a cluster in Data ONTAP environment operating in Cluster-Mode; Configure iSCSI on a cluster and create a LUN; Configure a Windows iSCSI initiator.

11/. Storage Efficiency

Discuss the storage efficiency features that are built into the Data ONTAP system operating in Cluster-Mode; Identify the commands that are needed to manage storage efficiency on a Data ONTAP cluster.

12/. Data Protection

List the benefits of the mirroring engine; Create load-sharing (LS) and data protection (DP) Mirrors; Manually and automatically replicate mirrors; Promote (restore) a mirror to replace its read/write volume Implement intercluster data protection mirrors; Create a Snapshot copy of a volume and create Snapshot policies; Promote (restore) a Snapshot copy to be a read/write volume; Answer questions about NDMP backup strategies for a cluster.

13/. Basic Troubleshooting

Explain how to configure and use the AutoSupport tool for a cluster; Demonstrate the use of the cluster event management system (EMS); Determine the health of the cluster and cluster network; Identify any offline storage (disks, aggregates, or volumes); Determine if any member of a replicated database (RDB) unit is down; Verify that client operations are getting through to the volumes; Review the required steps for forcing a system core dump; List the key tools for monitoring a cluster; Explain when and how to engage with NetApp Global Support.

14/. Performance

Describe the characteristics of a cluster that affect its performance ; Demonstrate an understanding of IOZone.

15/. Cluster Management

Upgrade the Data ONTAP software on two nodes with no storage downtimes ; Scale the cluster’s storage capacity by adding disks to an aggregate; Move volumes off an aggregate and delete the aggregate; Identify the steps for swapping a controller; Remove a node from a cluster; Describe the Vserver administrative roles; Configure onboard antivirus protection.

16/. Best Practices

Identify some best practices for Data ONTAP Cluster-Mode high availability ; List some of the best way to balance Cluster-Mode Resources; Describe some of the best methods for managing a cluster; Enumerate some o f the ways to protect and recover a cluster from a disaster.

17/. Lab Exercises



Public
Toute personne souhaitant acquérir une expérience pratique sur Data ONTAP 8.1 en Cluster-Mode.

Objectifs
Identifier les avantages de Data ONTAP et expliquer les deux modes d’opération Décrire les étapes d’installation d’un Cluster Gérer les ressources physiques et virtuelles d’un Cluster Configurer les options pour assurer la continuité des opérations Identifier les composants du réseau et du Cluster Mettre en œuvre un Cluster supporté et de management network switches Réaliser le schéma d’architecture d’un Cluster Installer et configure les protocoles SAN et NAS Administrer la réplication et la protection des données dans un Cluster Réaliser le dépannage d’un Cluster Expliquer les fonctions de notification d’un Cluster Décrire le fonctionnement des antivirus intégrés Dimensionner un Cluster Décrire les facteurs influant sur la performance d’un cluster

Prérequis
Connaissances sur l’administration de Data ONTAP.

Moyens pédagogiques
1 ordinateur et 1 support de cours par personne + 1 vidéoprojecteur. Évaluation par écrit en fin de cours et attestation de stage délivrée en fin de formation.

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