• HPE ProLiant Gen10 Servers
    •  Relevant and Differentiating Innovations
    •  HPE ProLiant Gen10 Servers
    •  QuickSpecs
    •  Enterprise Information Library
    •  Customer Self Repair Services Media Library
  • ProLiant Rack Servers Gen10
    •  HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10
    •  HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10
    •  HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 Server
  • ProLiant Blade Servers Gen10
    •  HPE ProLiant BL460c Gen10
  • ProLiant Tower Servers Gen10
    •  HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10
  • Other HPE ProLiant Servers
    •  HPE Apollo k6000 System with HPE ProLiant XL230k Gen10 Server
    •  HPE SGI 8600 System
    •  HPE ProLiant Easy Connect Managed Hybrid Servers
  • HPE Gen10 CPU and Memory
    •  Gen10 CPU
    •  Gen10 DIMMS types
    •  HPE Server Memory Configurator
    •  What is Persistent Memory?
    •  NVDIMM Types:  NVDIMM-N
    •  HPE 16GB NVDIMM
    •  HPE Gen10 Persistent Memory Portfolio
    •  HPE Scalable Persistent Memory
    •  What is HPE Scalable Persistent Memory?
  • Storage and Smart Array Controllers
    • Gen10 Smart Array Portfolio
    • HPE Smart Array Gen10 Highlights
    • Smart Storage Innovation
  • NICs and HBAs
    •  Gen 10 Update
    •  New AHS (Active Health System) Reporting Model
    •  New Thermal Data Reporting Model
    •  New Chipsets - Cavium
    •  New Chipsets - Broadcom
    •  New Chipsets - Intel
    •  Legacy Devices Carrying Forward to Gen10
  • Operating System support
  • HPE ProLiant family Gen9
    • Most complete x86 server portfolio in the industry
    •  HPE ProLiant Servers
    •  ProLiant ML 10-series
    •  ProLiant DL 10-series
    •  ProLiant 100-series ML & DL
    •  ProLiant 300-series ML & DL
    •  ProLiant 500-series
    •  ProLiant BL server portfolio
    •  ProLiant BL line Gen8 and Gen9
  • HPE Gen10 and iLO 5
    • HPE Gen10 Platform Security
    • General Security Guidelines
    • HPE Secure Compute
    • Silicon root of trust and firmware runtime validation enablements
    • Authenticated firmware updates
    • UEFI Secure Boot
  • Certifications and Compliance
    • Compliance with security industry standards and encryption protocols
  • Extended Capabilities with iLO Licenses
    • Security built into Every Level
  • iLO 5 Security Modes and Potential Consequences
    • iLO Security States
    • iLO 5 Security Modes and Potential Consequences
  • Physical platform security additions
    • HPE Gen10 servers support the following additional physical security options
  • Gen10 networking and storage options optimized for security
    • Network adapters – Additional Secure Networking Technologies – Storage encryption and key management
  • Additional resources
    • Videos and websites
  • Gathering Server Requirements
    • Enterprise Information Libraries
    • Security Requirements
  • Setup Overview
    • Several tools to help with the setup process
    • QREF Mobile Experience
    • QREF Homepage
    • Setup and Installation
    • Setup overview
    • Step 1 Review the operational requirements for the server
    • Step 2 Read the following safety notices, warnings, and cautions
    • Step 3 Verify the contents in the server box
    • Step 4 Install hardware options
    • Step 5 Install the server into a rack
    • Step 6 Configure the server
    • Step 7 Install or deploy an operating system
    • Step 8 Register your server
  • Key Features iLO 5
    • Server health monitoring
    • Agentless Management
    • Integrated Management Log (IML)
    • Active Health System Log
    • iLO Federation management
    • Integrated Remote Console (IRC)
    • iLO Virtual Media
    • Power management
    • Embedded remote support
    • User access
    • Secure Recovery and Firmware verification and recovery
    • Firmware management
    • Support for new iLO Repository in iLO 5
    • iLO Service Port
  • iLO Licensing
    • Licensing Resources
  • iLO security states
    • Enabling the Production or HighSecurity security state
    • Enabling the FIPS and SuiteB security states
  • Additional iLO 5 Tools, Utilities and Interfaces
    • ROM-based configuration utility
    • iLO mobile app
    • iLO RESTful API and the RESTful Interface Tool
    • iLO scripting and command line
  • iLO 4 Gen9 content
    • Features in Integrated Lights-Out 4
    • Connect the server to the network with iLO Standard
    • iLO NAND partitioning
    • iLO 4 architecture
  • Accessing and using the iLO Web Interface
    • iLO 5/4 web interface browser support
    • iLO user interface
    • Power Management
    • iLO Federation
    • iLO Virtual Media
    • IRC and Java (Linux) IRC
    • Accessing the IRC
    • IRC options
  • Accessing the Java (Linux) IRC
  • Using the iLO web interface - Instructor Demonstration
  • Additional resources
  • ProLiant Boot Process
    • Early video boot screen
    • Main boot screen
  • UEFI System Utilities (F9)
    • The UEFI System Utilities is embedded in the system ROM
    • Launching the System Utilities
    • Navigating the System Utilities
    • System Configuration
    • Using the iLO 5 Configuration Utility
    • Viewing and configuring embedded device information
    • One-Time Boot Menu
    • Configuring Server Security
    • UEFI Shell
    • UEFI Shell commands
    • Commands and capabilities
  • Intelligent Provisioning (F10)
    • Accessing Intelligent Provisioning (IP)
    • First Time Set Up Wizard
    • Performing maintenance
    • Perform Maintenance Main Screen
    • Operating System Assisted Installation Using IP
    • Operating System Install first screen
    • Selecting to use a Network Share as the source instead of IRC Virtual Media
    • Setting the PATH to the ISO file
    • Selecting OS version and Host settings
    • Confirm Installation Settings
    • The Installation Process starts copying the files
  • Boot Order (F11)
    • From the POST screen select F11 to access the Boot Menu
    • F11 Prompt can be disabled
  • Network Boot (F12)
    • From the POST screen select F12 to boot a network device
    • Enabling or disabling Network Boot Retry Support
    • Enabling or disabling network boot for a NIC
  • Resources
  • HPE Gen10 Smart Array Portfolio
    • Smart Array Controllers and Smart Host Adapters
    • Gen10 Smart Array Naming Framework
  • Mixed Mode
    • Mixed mode (RAID and HBA simultaneously)
  • RAID Configuration Tools
    • RAID Configuration through UEFI
    • Creating an array
    • Using SSA GUI in Intelligent Provisioning
    • HPE SSA GUI
    • Navigating the GUI
    • 4. uFF SSD SmartDrives and the Smart Drive Bay
  • uFF SSD SmartDrives
  • Gen10 Smart Drive Bay
  • Drive box identification
  • Firmware updates and iLO Security States
  • Smart Update Technology Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) and Smart Update Manager (SUM)
    • Smart Update
    • HPE Server Update Tool Spectrum
    • HPE Smart Update technology
    • HPE Software Delivery Repository—Linux
    • HPE Online Depot in the SDR—VMware
    • Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP)
    • Reducing Server Updates
    • Removing the Confusing Terminology
    • The SPP Homepage
    • Download Page
    • Service Pack for ProLiant access
  • Smart Update Manager (SUM)
    • SUM Documentation
    • Updating one server
    • Smart Update Manager (SUM)
    • Step 1 Inventory
    • Step 2 Review and optionally select or force additional components
    • Step 3 Deployment
    • Deployment Complete
    • Updating many servers with HPE Tools
  • Smart Update Tools (SUT, iSUT)
    • Smart Update Tools (SUT)
    • Integrated Smart Update Tools
    • Installing iSUT overview
    • iLO Amplifier
    • iLO Amplifier Pack Release Notes
    • Prerequisites to host iLO Amplifier Pack
    • Installing the iLO Amplifier Pack
    • Performing initial setup on the iLO Amplifier Pack
  • Resources
  • Troubleshooting
    • Quick Reference Mobile Experience Troubleshooting section
    • Troubleshooting Guide for HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers
    • Collecting symptom information
    • Breaking the server down to the minimum hardware configuration
    • Searching for service notifications
    • Firmware updates
    • Spare part numbers
  • HPE warranty and support
    • HPE ProLiant servers
    • Using the QREF: Troubleshooting Guide for HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers for Support and other Resources
  • Support Options
    • HPE Server Hardware Installation
    • HPE Pointnext - Service and Support
    • Insight Remote Support registration Gen10 iLO 5
    • Remote support built into iLO 4
  • Introduction to HPE ProLiant servers Course Review 
  • Next steps

This course provides essential HPE ProLiant training to system administrators who are responsible for ProLiant ML, DL, and BL servers. Students will be presented with an overview of HPE products, tools, agents, and utilities that will help them to set up, deploy, monitor, and maintain their ProLiant servers. Practical hands-on lab exercises are presented on an HPE ProLiant Gen10/9 server.

For why?

Administrators, engineers, and consultants who will configure and maintain HPE ProLiant servers.

Specifications:

Students should have a basic understanding of at least one of the following operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server® 2016 Standard • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 • VMware® ESXi™ 6.x

 

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the HPE ProLiant Servers portfolio
  • List key features of HPE ProLiant Generation 10 (Gen10) and Generation 9 (Gen9) servers
  • Identify and use components that make up the HPE integrated Lights-Out (iLO) 5
  • Describe integrated Lights-Out (iLO), including the Web UI, iLO Integrated Remote Console (IRC), and iLO command line interface (CLI) and describe tools to assist in the configuration of iLO on a ProLiant server
  • Describe the Gen10/9 ProLiant boot process and how to configure a server by using Option ROM (ROM-Based Setup Utility [RBSU]) and Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)
  • Explain how to use Intelligent Provisioning to configure and deploy an operating system to a single HPE ProLiant Gen10/9 server
  • Explain how to use Smart Update Manager (SUM) and the Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) to update firmware and software on a ProLiant server Identify HPE tools and utilities that assist in the monitoring and maintenance of a ProLiant server
  • Identify HPE websites that are helpful for the setup, deployment, monitoring, maintenance, and support of a ProLiant server.

W cenę szkolenia wliczony jest:

  • Autoryzowany certyfikat producenta
  • Autoryzowane materiały szkoleniowe w formie elektronicznej bądź papierowej
  • Materiały szkoleniowe, notatnik, długopis
  • Kawa, herbata, słodki poczęstunek 
  • Obiad

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2600.00 zł
Czas trwania: 2 d,16 h
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