Netapp Data Ontap 8.X Fundamentals

Course Description
This training programme is designed for anyone who performs basic support and administrative functions on a NetApp storage system running the Data ONTAP operating system.

Course Code : RRS12; Category : Storage;Hardware: DataOnta8.x:Simulator Audience
Individuals who perform basic support and administrative functions on a NetApp storage system running the Data ONTAP Operating system

Prerequisites

  • Introduction to Network Appliance Products
  • Basic knowledge of client/server and networking terminology management including TCP/IP.
  • Background in one of the following: UNIX, Windows or SAN system administration
  • Basic knowledge of client/server and networking terminology management including TCP/IP
  • Background in one of the following: UNIX, Windows or SAN system administration

Course Outline

  • Introduction to SNIA & SAN Fundamentals
  • Introduction, Overview features and functions of Data ONTAP.
  • Basic Administration
  • Managing Disks and Volumes
  • Networking
  • NFS Administration
  • CIFS Administration Windows 2000
  • Multiprotocol Administration
  • SAN Administration
  • Installation
  • Snapshots
  • Quotas Administration
  • NDMP
  • Vol copy
  • SnapRestore
  • SnapMirror
  • Snapvault
  • VFiler / MultiStore
  • Cluster Configuration and Management
  • Differences between 7.x Ontap and 8.x Ontap?
  • Difference between 7 mode and C Mode?

DETAILED COURSE CONTENT
Introduction to SNIA & SAN Fundamentals
SNIA

  • Introduction to Storage Networking SNIA
  • Direct Attached Storage (DAS) & Network Attached Storage (NAS) & Storage Area Network (SAN)

Protocols

  • SCSI, FCP, FCIP, IFCP, ISCSI

Virtualization

  • Traditional JBD
  • What is a RAID, RAID Controllers & Storage Subsystems

Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)

  • HSM, VTL & Data Movers

Business Continuity

  • What is RTO & RPO

Netapp DataOntap Fundamentals
Overview

  • Primary function of a storage appliance
  • Identify the protocols supported by a storage appliance
  • Describe the WAFL File System
  • Describe the Snapshot feature
  • Describe how NVRAM is implemented
  • Describe how RAID is implemented

Basic Administration

  • Access and execute commands using the console
  • Navigate and execute commands using FilerView
  • View a storage appliances system configuration
  • Access a storage appliances configuration files from a remote admin host
  • Setup and test the Autosupport service

Managing Disks and Volumes

  • Describe storage appliance RAID group concepts
  • Design a hot spare disk strategy
  • Describe RAID configuration options
  • Configure RAID groups
  • Describe disk drive qualification
  • Identify and recover from insertion of an unqualified disk

Networking

  • Describe hostname resolution as it applies to storage appliances
  • Explain the limitations of using a filer as a router
  • Manage interface parameters on a storage appliance
  • Describe the physical interfaces used by the filer
  • Create virtual interfaces (VLANs and VIFs) used by the storage appliance