• Brocade Fibre Channel switch family overview
  • Features and functionality of the switch hardware
  • Switch blades and compatibility
  • ICL connectivity
  • Different Brocade FC HBAs
  • Brocade CNAs
  • Different types of fiber optic cable and SFPs
  • SA theory and introduction
  • FC layers
  • Fibre Channel networking model
  • Different class of service
  • Frame structure
  • WWN format
  • Node and port types
  • Basic switch parameters
  • Steps for port initialization 
  • FC addressing 
  • Fabric services well-known addresses
  • Fabric and N-port login sequence
  • RSCN 
  • Name server and other fabric services 
  • NPIV implementation and suport 
  • Fabric and port name
  • Interoperability
  • Out-of-box initial configuration
  • Checking switch status
  • Basic management tools Important fabric parameters
  • Initial configuration
  • IP settings
  • Time settings
  • Login banner
  • Activating licenses
  • Setting switch and chassis name
  • Working with syslog server settings
  • Working with security
  • Switch and port status
  • Booting a switch
  • Terminology review
  • Principle switch role and up/downstream links
  • Fabric initialization
  • ISL oversubscription
  • Virtual channells
  • Port-based routing
  • Exchange-based routing
  • Dynamic Load Sharing (DLS)
  • In-Order Delivery (IOD)
  • Inter Switch Link (ISL)
  • Working and checking routing
  • Trunking theory, benefits, and configuration
  • Basic concepts associated with zoning
  • Zoning elements
  • Zoning hierarchy
  • New zoning features
  • Zoning using the CLI syntax
  • How to check the maximum size of a zoning database
  • Displaying zoning information
  • Activate and deactivate a default zone
  • Zoning configuration exampleHardware and session enforcement differences Zoning tools
  • Issues when adding a switch to an existing fabric with zoning enabled
  • Best practices when implementing a zone
  • Fabric segmentation
  • Cabling
  • Extension options
  • Use and effects of buffer credits on distance and speed
  • Long distance modes, settings, and supported distances for Brocade switches
  • Configuration 
  • When a long distance license is required
  • Limitations of long distance connection when using trunking
  • Long distance commands
  • Buffer monitoring
  • Interfaces and management tools to manage Brocade switches and fabrics
  • Using BNA, Web Tools, and Telnet/SSH/HTTP/SSL/SNMP
  • Host Connectivity Manager (HCM) to manage Brocade HBAs
  • Brocade SAN health
  • Fabric watch
  • SNMP management
  • SNMP commands
  • Back up and manage configuration files 
  • Firmware upgrade steps

1. Troubleshooting techniques
2. Data-gathering proces
3. Supportsave and supportshow
4. How to create a diagram of a fabric using collected data
5. Documentation tools
6. Brocade SAN health
7. HPE SAP® visibility tool
8. Common SAN problems
9. Switch and Field Replaceable Units (FRU) status
10. Performance monitoring and troubleshooting
11. Diagnostic tools

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of everyday administration within an HPE B-series SAN solution covering technologies and concepts. Students gain experience needed to tackle the challenges of working in enterprise-class SAN environments. The course is 60 percent lecture and  40 percent hands-on labs using HPE servers.

For why?

Technical professionals seeking a learning path that includes both conceptual knowledge of Fibre Channel SAN technologies and experience in HPE B-series SAN environments.

Specification:

  • Basic technical understanding of networking and storage, concepts and terminology
  • Experience managing Windows® or  UNIX® systems
  • Recommended free, Web-based training: SAN Fundamentals (U5527AAE)

 

At the conclusion of this course, you should  be able to:

  • Describe features and functionality of the switch hardware
  • Discuss ICL technology
  • Describe blade, HB/CAN, SFP, and cable options
  • Discuss FC theory 
  • Identify switch configuration parameters
  • List the steps for port initialization
  • List Fabric services and features
  • Perform an out-of-box initial configuration
  • Perform common administrative tasks
  • List basic security features
  • Work with ports
  • Identify routing capabilities
  • Discuss trucking
  • Manage Inter Switch Link (ISL)
  • Zoning theory
  • New zoning features
  • Implement zoning using the CLI syntax
  • Activate and deactivate a default zone
  • List zoning tools
  • Identify when a long distance license  is required
  • List SAN extension technologies
  • Configure long distance connection
  • Describe buffer concepts
  • Administer using different interfaces
  • List SNMP capabilities
  • Back up and manage configuration files
  • Upgrade firmware
  • Create a diagram of a fabric using collected data
  • Perform basic troubleshooting and performance monitoring

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

Firma NT GROUP Sp.  z o.o. jest Autoryzowanym partnerem firmy HPE

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  • Szkolenia dofinansowane do 80% z funduszy europejskich  - Baza Usług Rozwojowych (BUR). Dofinansowanie dostępne jest dla wszystkich firm zatrudniających średniorocznie do 250 pracowników (maksymalnie średnie przedsiębiorstwo)
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5700.00 zł
Czas trwania: 3 d,24 h
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