• SAN definition, benefits, and goals2. High-speed backup and high availability
  • Server and storage consolidation
  • DAS, NAS, and SAN concepts and comparisons
  • SAN considerations
  • Tier storage
  • SAN components
  • Host, target, and interconnect device characteristics
  • Power-on sequence
  • FC terminology, WWNs, port types, topologies, and layer
  • FC layers elements
  • Class of service
  • Switch configuration parameters
  • Switches interoperability and TR technology
  • Principal switch selection and up/downstream links
  • Frame routing within a fabric
  • Trunking and port channel
  • ILs
  • Virtualization within the fabric
  • Basic switch management
  • Host role within SAN and virtualization
  • Converged network adapters
  • Host installation checklist and bus connections
  • Dynamic fabric provisioning
  • HBA management
  • Boot from SAN and load balancing
  • Multi-path SAN connections and software
  • Multi-path I/O (MPIO) components within OS
  • Disk drives and associated technologies
  • How disks are connected to controllers
  • LUN masking and array management
  • Fibre channel addressing and reserved addresses
  • Framesand transmission building blocks
  • Ordered sets
  • Primitive signals and sequences
  • Flow control and different types of zoning
  • Link and fabric services
  • Fabric login and segmentation
  • SAN management choices and considerations
  • Technologies driving SAN management
  • HPE SAN management today
  • SMI-S
  • HPE storage essentials
  • B/C/H-series management options
  • IP storage
  • iSCSI stack, packet construction, and name convention
  • iSCSI connection, hardware options, and security
  • HPE StoreVirtual as a sample of an iSCSI system
  • Long distance cabling
  • SN extension reasons
  • SAN extension technologies and implementations
  • Cables and SFPs
  • C/DWDM
  • Fibre channel over IP (FCIP)
  • FCIP and its role in SAN extension
  • FCIP performance and security
  • AN extension performance
  • Brocade
  • Fast Write and Cisco Write acceleration
  • Fibre routing implementations in a SAN
     
  • FCoE and CEE standards
  • FCoE I/O consolidation and terminology
  • FCoE stack and encapsulation
  • Lossless
  • Ethernet
  • FCIP, iSCSI, and FCoE protocols
  • CEE and DCBX technology
  • FCIP, iSCSI and FCoE comparisons
  • Basic storage security model and access points
  • Planning security in a SAN
  • Core components for securing SAN data management
  • Security policies
  • Data and management security models
  • B/C-series RBAC
  • RADIUS suport
  • Security in practice
  • Authentication and encryption
  • Reasons for data protection
  • Data protection challenges
  • Data classification
  • Protection and recovery methods
  • Backup types and their differences
  • Backup topologies
  • Disk and tape solutions
  • StoreOnce de-duplication
  • Split mirror and snapshot replication
  • Synchronous and asynchronous replication
  • Factors affecting SAN, disk, and drive speed performance
  • Fibre channel technology and how it affects storage performance
  • Long distance connectivity
  • Performance guidelines
  • Planning a disk system that accounts for effects of RAID, cache, and chunk size on performance
  • I/O profiling
  • Performance monitoring
  • Architecture choices and design considerations
  • HPE standard SAN topologies and topology design rules
  • SAN planning
  • Advantages, disadvantages and scalability of different topologies
  • Data locality
  • Topology data access usage
  • SAN infrastructure performance factors
  • Levels of high availability in SAN architecture
  • SAN planning and documentation utilities

This course provides a comprehensive and accelerated understanding of SAN technologies and concepts. Students gain experience needed to tackle 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 an accelerated learning path that includes both conceptual knowledge of fibre channel SAN technologies and experience in heterogeneous SAN environments.

Specifications:

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

 

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe what is SAN and SAN benefits
  • List SAN components
  • Identify the differences between DAS, NAS, and SAN
  • Compare different data access methods
  • Talk about FC topologies
  • Explain Fibre Channel layers and switch configuration parameters
  • Talk about switch features
  • Describe role of a host in a SAN network
  • Identify host related virtualization options
  • Boot from S
  • AN and verify device connectivity
  • Install and use host software/OS commands for HBA management
  • Describe multipathing
  • Talk about storage technologies and storage management options
  • Explain advanced FC concepts and switch features
  • Implement zoning and troubleshoot fabric segmentation
  • Talk about SAN management options
  • Describe iSCSI and iSCSI - based products
  • List SAN extension options and FC - FC routing
  • Talk about FCoE technologies
  • Secure SAN data and mitigate risk
  • Configure an HPE storage SAN and RBAC
  • Talk about data protection (backup, replication)
  • Cover SAN and storage planning performance aspects and monitoring
  • Design and document SAN

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

Zachęcamy firmy do uzyskania możliwości dofinansowania na szkolenia oferowane przez naszą firmę. W obecnej chwili istnieją dwa sposoby dzięki którym możesz uzyskać dofinansowanie.

  • 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)
  • Szkolenia dofinansowane z Krajowego Funduszu Szkoleniowego  - dofinansowanie do 100%. Niezależnie od wielkości przedsiębiorstwa oraz kapitału.

Nasi pracownicy pomogą uzyskać dla Twojej firmy dofinansowanie. To naprawdę nie jest trudne. Jeżeli masz pytania  napisz lub zadzwoń do nas.

Zapraszamy!

 

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Cena netto
9500.00 zł
Czas trwania: 5 d,40 h
Poziom trudności
Język Polski,
Język materiałów Angielski,
Prowadzący Autoryzowany Trener Microsoft,
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