NETAPP-ADMIN Basic NetApp Configuration and Administration (NETAPP-ADMIN)
Multi-Location ClassroomLearning Style
2 DaysCourse Duration
About this course:
Learn how to configure the basic technologies of the NetApp Data ONTAP® operating system clustered Data ONTAP and Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode. Through lectures and hands-on exercises, learn how to create aggregates, storage virtual machines (SVMs), virtual interfaces (VIFs), FlexVol® volumes, qtrees, Snapshot® copies, and more.
The average salary for NetApp Storage Administrator is $128,000 per year.
- List the steps to create and configure a cluster
- Identify the methods to manage a cluster
- Describe IPspaces, broadcast domains, and subnets
- Describe SVM benefits, components, and features
- Describe FlexVol volumes and efficiency features
- Describe methods to access files in a cluster
- NetApp customers, IT generalists, and academic alliance students
- A basic knowledge of storage networking
Virtual Instructed-Led Outline
Module 1: Getting Started with Data ONTAP
- List basic storage concepts such as aggregates, RAID groups, volumes, qtrees, and LUNs
- Describe Data ONTAP features such as Snapshot copies, unified storage, and storage efficiency
- Describe the similarities and differences between the 7-Mode and clustered Data ONTAP operating systems
- Use the CLI and GUI for administrative purposes
Module 2: Hardware Basics
- Describe the NetApp storage system hardware platforms and the types of disks that they support
- Describe the hardware components of NetApp storage controllers
- Use OnCommand System Manager or the CLI to identify hardware components in Data ONTAP operating in 7- Mode and the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
Module 3: Creating and Managing Aggregates
- Describe aggregates and RAID groups
- Create aggregates in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
- Create aggregates in the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
- Manage aggregates
Module 4: Managing NAS Client Access
- Configure NAS client access in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
- Configure data storage virtual machines (SVMs*) for NAS client access in clustered Data ONTAP
- Create FlexVol volumes and qtrees
Module 5: Managing SAN Client Connections
- Describe SAN protocol implementation in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode and the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
- Use OnCommand System Manager to create iSCSI-attached LUNs
- Use NetApp SnapDrive for Windows to create and format iSCSI-attached LUNs
- Access and manage a LUN from a Windows host
Module 6: Managing Volumes
- Explain the relationship between space guarantees, volumes, and aggregates
- Define thin provisioning and explain how it is used
- Define deduplication and describe the benefits that it provides
- Use OnCommand System Manager to set quotas
Module 7: Managing Snapshot Copies
- Define the function of Snapshot copies
- Create and delete a Snapshot copy
- Create Snapshot policies in the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
- Restore a volume from a Snapshot copy
- Create FlexClone volume clones that are backed by Snapshot copies
Module 8: Steps to Certification
- Recall the steps to NetApp Certification Lab
- Enter Commands in the Data ONTAP CLI
- Add a 7-Mode storage system to System Manager
- Add a cluster to System Manager
- Configure the SNMP public community name for clustered Data ONTAP
- Use System Manager to investigate hardware components
- Use CLI commands to investigate hardware components
- Create an aggregate on a 7-Mode storage system
- Creating an aggregate in clustered Data ONTAP
- Configure the prerequisites for client access
- Configure CIFS setup for a 7-Mode storage system
- Enable the NFS protocol
- Configure multiprotocol access on a 7-Mode storage system
- Create a volume in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
- Create qtrees on a 7-Mode storage system
- Create shares for CIFS clients on a 7-Mode storage system
- Export volumes and qtrees in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
- Client-side task map a drive to a 7-Mode from a Windows client
- Client-side task mount volumes on a storage system from a Linux client
- Create a Vserver
- Configure data LIFs and CIFS setup
- Set up the Vserver management LIF
- Add host records in DNS for the SVM
- Enable the NFS protocol for a Data ONTAP cluster
- Set up name mapping for multiprotocol access
- Create volumes on the Vserver
- Create qtrees
- Mount volumes and qtrees into the Vserver namespace
- Create CIFS shares Change volume security styles
- Manage export policies
- Client-side task map a drive to a share from a Windows client
- Client-side task mount from a Linux client
- Enable iSCSI in Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
- Create volumes and qtrees that is suitable as containers for LUNs
- Configure SnapDrive Transport Protocol Settings
- Use the SnapDrive Management tool to establish iSCSI sessions
- Use SnapDrive to create a LUN on a Data ONTAP storage system
- Add the iSCSI protocol to be allowed on the SVM
- Create an iSCSI data LIF
- Start the iSCSI service on the Vserver
- Create volumes and qtrees that are suitable as containers for LUNs
- Configure SnapDrive for Windows Transport protocol settings
- Establish an iSCSI session with the SnapDrive iSCSI management tool
- Use SnapDrive to create a LUN on a clustered Data ONTAP SVM
- Enable storage efficiency for a FlexVol volume in 7-Mode Data ONTAP
- Run a deduplication operation in 7-Mode Data ONTAP
- Configure storage efficiency policies in clustered Data ONTAP
- Enable storage efficiency on Flexvol volumes in clustered Data ONTAP
- Run a deduplication operation in clustered Data ONTAP manually
- Assign multiple aggregates to a Vserver
- Move FlexVol volumes
- Create Snapshot copies of a volume on the Data ONTAP storage system CLI
- Create Snapshot copies of a volume on the clustered Data ONTAP CLI
- Create Snapshot copies using OnCommand System Manager
- Schedule Snapshot copies in 7-Mode and clustered Data ONTAP
- Restore a volume from a Snapshot copy in 7-Mode Data ONTAP
- Restore a volume from a Snapshot copy in clustered Data ONTAP
- Create a FlexClone volume clone on a 7-Mode storage system
- Create a FlexClone volume clone on a clustered Data ONTAP SVM
|Learning Style||Multi-Location Classroom|
|Course Duration||2 Days|
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