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Implementing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 on NetApp Storage Systems (MSSQL)

In this course, you will learn how to size and prepare clustered Data ONTAP storage virtual machines (also known as Vservers), install and configure SnapDrive for Windows, install and initialize SnapManager for SQL Server, move SQL databases to NetApp storage, backup and restore SQL databases, create Availability Groups, and troubleshoot common misconfigurations.

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Intermediate

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3 Days

Course Duration

36 Units

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In this course, you will learn how to size and prepare clustered Data ONTAP storage virtual machines (also known as Vservers), install and configure SnapDrive for Windows, install and initialize SnapManager for SQL Server, move SQL databases to NetApp storage, backup and restore SQL databases, create Availability Groups, and troubleshoot common misconfigurations.

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About this course:

Learn to implement Microsoft® SQL Server 2012 on clustered Data ONTAP storage. This solution-based course focuses on Windows Server Failover Clustering, Microsoft SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups, SnapDrive for Windows, and SnapManager for SQL Server. In this course, you will learn how to size and prepare clustered Data ONTAP storage virtual machines (also known as Vservers), install and configure SnapDrive for Windows, install and initialize SnapManager for SQL Server, move SQL databases to NetApp storage, backup and restore SQL databases, create Availability Groups, and troubleshoot common misconfigurations. By the end of this course, you will be able to confidently implement SQL Server 2012 on clustered Data ONTAP storage.

The average salary for a NetApp storage administrator is $122,000 per year.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the features of Windows Server 2012, Microsoft SQL Server 2012, and the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
  • Create and manage clustered Data ONTAP storage virtual machines (SVMs), create and manage logical interfaces (LIFs), data LIFs, and FlexVol volumes
  • Enable, configure, and manage a Windows Server 2012 failover cluster
  • Install and configure SnapDrive for Windows 2012, establish iSCSI sessions, and create LUNs
  • Install and configure SnapManager for SQL Server, migrate, back up, restore, and clone SQL Server databases
  • Implement the SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups feature on clustered Data ONTAP

Audience:

  • This training is for those who design and deploy NetApp storage systems in a Microsoft SQL Server environment.

Prerequisites:

  • Familiar with NetApp storage systems
  • Knowledge of SQL Server backup and restore concepts

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BrandMicrosoft
SubjectsIT Ops & Management
Lab AccessYes
TechnologyNetApp
Learning StyleMulti-Location Classroom
Learning TypeCourse
DifficultyIntermediate
Course Duration3 Days
LanguageEnglish
NATU36 Units

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Course Prerequisites
Implementing Data Models and Reports with Microsoft SQL Server (MS-20466)
Implementing Data Models and Reports with Microsoft SQL Server (MS-20466)
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