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NetApp Training

IModule – 1
Data Storage and NetApp Concepts
• Identify the key features and functions     of NetApp®  storage systems
• Describe the advantages that a NetApp storage system provides
• Distinguish between network-attached storage (NAS) and storage area network (SAN) topologies
• Describe how data is written to and read from a WAFL®
• consistency points (CPs), RAID management, and storage levels
• Describe how RAID is used to protect disk data
• Describe the function of Snapshot® copies


ONTAP Basic Administration
• Connect remotely to a FAS system by using the console and a remote host
• Identify the network configuration settings and components in the Data ONTAP® operating system
• Restrict administrative access
• Restrict console and OnCommand® System Manager access
• define and create interface group and vifs
• Execute commands by using the console, a remote host, and On Command® System Manager
• Use commands to analyze a FAS system

Disks, Aggregates and Volumes
• Describe Data ONTAP® RAID technology
• Identify a disk in a disk shelf based on its ID
• Execute commands to determine a disk ID
• Identify a hot-spare disk in a FAS system
• Create a 32-bit and a 64-bit aggregate
• Execute aggregate commands in the Data ONTAP operating system
• State factors that impact space consumption in the Data ONTAP operating system
• Describe how and when a volume consumes space from its containing aggregate
• Explain the concepts related to volume in the Data ONTAP® operating system
• Execute vol commands

• Explain NFS implementation in the Data ONTAP® operating system
• License NFS on a storage system
• Explain the purpose and format of /etc/exports
• Describe the use of the exportfs command
• Mount an export on a UNIX® host
• Describe the CIFS environment
• Share a resource on the storage system
• Map a drive from a client to the shared resource on the storage system

Multiprotocol Data Access
• Explain the differences ways of implementing file security and permission in WAFL,UNIX and NTFS file system.
• Describe WAFLs UNIX, NTFS and MIXED security styles.
• Describe how ONTAP maps user names between UNIX or Windows and the storage system.

• Understand the differences between User, Group and Tree quotas
• Examine the format and contents of the /etc/quotas file
• Apply quotas to users, groups and qtrees
• Report on system usage via quotas

• Explain the purpose of a SAN
• Identify supported SAN configurations
• Distinguish between Fibre Channel (FC), Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), and iSCSI protocols
• Defile a LUN and explain LUN attribute
• Use the lun setup command and NetApp® System Manager to create iSCSI-attached LUNs
• Access and manage a LUN from a Windows® or Linux host

Module 8
Data Protection
• Identify and execute Snapshot commands
• Schedule Snapshot copies
• Create and delete Snapshot copies
• Explain the importance of the .snapshot directory
• Describe how Snapshot technology allocates disk space for volumes and aggregates
• Snapshot File Recovery and Snap Restore
• Concepts of SnapMirror, SyncMirror and SnapVault
• Use ndmp to process full and incremental data transfers

Module 9
High Availability
• Describe high-availability (HA) solutions
• Discuss how high availability increases the reliability of storage
•Analyze how high availability affects client protocols during failover and  and giveback operations0



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