Implementing VMware vSphere on ONTAP (IMPVMWAR)
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About this course:
In this course, you learn how to implement NetApp’s Virtual Storage Console by deploying, managing, and protecting a VMware virtual infrastructure in both SAN and NAS environments using ONTAP. It also covers the implementation details for both traditional datastores and Virtual Volumes using Storage Policy Based Management. Monitoring of both traditional and VVOL performance characteristics are covered in lecture and hands on labs.
The average NetApp salary ranges from approximately $41,212 per year for Senior Technical Support to $170,852 per year for Software Engineering Manager.
This course focuses on enabling you to do the following:
- Describe the components of NetApp storage and how they integrate into a vSphere environment
- Identify the types of datastores created by the Virtual Storage Console (VSC)
- Explain how VSC provides an automated datastore provisioning capability
- Describe the VVol datastore management process
- Create VVol datastores and VVols
- Identify performance characteristics of VVols using VSC
- Monitor virtual machines with VSC performance dashboard
- List the customer implementations for backup, restore and cloning capability when integrating vSphere with NetApp
- NetApp employees, channel partners and customers
- Knowledge of Cluster Administration and Data Protection.
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||2 Days|
- NETAPPIMPVMVS Implementing VMware vSphere on ONTAPThis class offered a wide area of topics for understanding how NetApp and VMWare interact with each other.
- NETAPPIMPVMVS Implementing VMware vSphere on ONTAPInstructor was very knowledgeable and answered questions quickly. If he didn't know immediately he would research and get an answer. Highly recommend.
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