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About NetApp

ONTAP or Data ONTAP or Clustered Data ONTAP (cDOT) or Data ONTAP 7-Mode is NetApp’s proprietary operating system used in storage disk arrays such as NetApp FAS and AFF, ONTAP Select, and Cloud Volumes ONTAP. With the release of version 9.0, NetApp decided to simplify the Data ONTAP name and removed the word “Data” from it, and remove the 7-Mode image, therefore, ONTAP 9 is the successor from Clustered Data ONTAP 8..BODHI IT provides the best NetApp Online Training in Hyderabad.

NETAPP DATAONTAP 9.X 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 in Windows
  • Multiprotocol Administration
  • SAN Administration
  • Installation
  • Snapshots
  • Quotas Administration
  • NDMP
  • Vol copy
  • SnapRestore
  • SnapMirror
  • Replication setup
  • Cluster mode
  • Cluster Configuration and Management
  • Differences between x Ontap and 8.x Ontap
  • & ONTAP 0
  • Difference between 7 mode and C Mode?

NetApp Data Ontap 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 appliance’s system configuration
    • Access a storage appliance’s 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 how disks may be mixed and matched
    • 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
  • 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

 

NFS Administration

  • Explain the purpose and format of the /etc/exports file
  • List and define the export specification options
  • Explain the rules for exports & Describe the use of the exportfs command to modify exports
  • Explain the use of the export specifications to grant access privileges
  • Describe the syntax for listing options and hosts in the command line
  • Detail the limitations for each option

 

CIFS Administration Windows 2000

  • List the prerequisites for running CIFS setup
  • Run cifs setup to configure the storage appliance
  • Explain the relationship between directories on the storage appliance and access to them from user machines
  • Describe the options and required specifications when creating a share
  • Use the cifs shares command to create shares

 

MultiProtocol Administration

  • Distinguish a qtree from a volume and list the advantages of using qtrees
  • List the limitations of using qtrees
  • Create qtrees with the qtree command
  • Display qtree information using the qtree status command
  • Set the security style of a qtree

 

SAN Administration

  • Define SAN
  • Describe and illustrate the supported configurations
  • Distinguish between FCP and iSCSI protocols
  • Define LUN
  • Overview of LUN attributes to specify
  • Prepare the storage appliance
  • Prepare the host
  • Describe how the lun setup program works

 

Installation

  • Identify the location of hardware and software installation information
  • List steps to prepare for Installation and info needed to complete the install
  • Configure a new storage appliance
  • Describe the different types of installation procedures
  • Upgrade Data ONTAP via CIFS, NFS and the software command
  • Re-purpose a storage appliance

 

Snapshots

  • Describe how snapshots function
  • Recognize and perform snapshot commands
  • Set and modify snapshot options
  • Create a snapshot schedule

 

Quotas Administration

  • Describe how quotas are used to restrict and track disk access
  • Determine the function of quotas & Recognize the purpose of the /etc/quotas file
  • Interpret the contents of the /etc/quotas file
  • Define the function and syntax of quota, quota resize, quota report, and quota logmsg commands
  • Turn quotas on for a specific volume & Display a quota report to view current status
  • Identify and define the function of two special entries in the /etc/quotas file

 

NDMP

  • Define NDMP, Describe the purpose and function of NDMP
  • Identify the types of tape devices that can be used with NDMP
  • Turn on NDMP services, Check NDMP status & Terminate an NDMP session

 

 Vol copy

  • Describe the purpose and function of the volume copy feature
  • Recognize benefits of using vol copy
  • Describe considerations for using vol copy
  • Recognize situations where vol copy would be used
  • Recognize correct command syntax
  • Recognize options and arguments used with the command
  • Identify the pre-requisites for performing volume copy operations
  • Use the vol copy command to copy a volume

 

SnapRestore

  • Explain how snapRestore works with snapshot copies
  • Describe what snapRestore reverts
  • Reverts a volume or a file using snapRestore
  • Explain how snapRestore works with snapmirror
  • Describe the effects of snaprestore on backup operations

 

SnapMirror

  • Explain the snapmirror Async,sync and semi-sync modes of operation
  • Describe how volume snapmirror and Qtree SnapMirror replicate data
  • Configure SnapMirror
  • Perform advanced SnapMirror operations
  • Explain SnapMirror performance impact
  • Types of vserver
  • Types of lifs
  • vserver create, modify,delete
  • lifs create, modify, delete
  • Replication setup (snapmirror) on SVM level and volume level
  • Encryption on disk-level and volume level (NSE and NVE)
  • Deduplication and compression
  • vscan setup
  • ONTAP upgrade
  • Power cycle activities
  • Migrating the data from 7 mode to Cluster mode via 7MTT
  • SAN concepts (Brocade & Cisco SAN switches)
  • Other concepts (OSI, DNS, Networking basics)
  • Core troubleshooting on real-time scenarios
  • Awareness of ticketing tools, Daily standup meetings & insights on RCA.

    NETAPP DATAONTAP 9.X ADMINISTRATION

    • Introduction to SNIA & SAN Fundamentals
    • Introduction, Overview features and functions of Data ONTAP
    • Basic Administration
    • Managing Disks and Volumes
    • Networking
    • NFS Administration
    • CIFS Administration in Windows
    • Multiprotocol Administration
    • SAN Administration
    • Installation
    • Snapshots
    • Quotas Administration
    • NDMP
    • Vol copy
    • SnapRestore
    • SnapMirror
    • Replication setup
    • Cluster mode
    • Cluster Configuration and Management
    • Differences between x Ontap and 8.x Ontap
    • & ONTAP 0
    • Difference between 7 mode and C Mode?

    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 appliance’s system configuration
      • Access a storage appliance’s 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 how disks may be mixed and matched
      • 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
    • 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

     

    NFS Administration

    • Explain the purpose and format of the /etc/exports file
    • List and define the export specification options
    • Explain the rules for exports & Describe the use of the exportfs command to modify exports
    • Explain the use of the export specifications to grant access privileges
    • Describe the syntax for listing options and hosts in the command line
    • Detail the limitations for each option

     

    CIFS Administration Windows 2000

    • List the prerequisites for running CIFS setup
    • Run cifs setup to configure the storage appliance
    • Explain the relationship between directories on the storage appliance and access to them from user machines
    • Describe the options and required specifications when creating a share
    • Use the cifs shares command to create shares

     

    MultiProtocol Administration

    • Distinguish a qtree from a volume and list the advantages of using qtrees
    • List the limitations of using qtrees
    • Create qtrees with the qtree command
    • Display qtree information using the qtree status command
    • Set the security style of a qtree

     

    SAN Administration

    • Define SAN
    • Describe and illustrate the supported configurations
    • Distinguish between FCP and iSCSI protocols
    • Define LUN
    • Overview of LUN attributes to specify
    • Prepare the storage appliance
    • Prepare the host
    • Describe how the lun setup program works

     

    Installation

    • Identify the location of hardware and software installation information
    • List steps to prepare for Installation and info needed to complete the install
    • Configure a new storage appliance
    • Describe the different types of installation procedures
    • Upgrade Data ONTAP via CIFS, NFS and the software command
    • Re-purpose a storage appliance

     

    Snapshots

    • Describe how snapshots function
    • Recognize and perform snapshot commands
    • Set and modify snapshot options
    • Create a snapshot schedule

     

    Quotas Administration

    • Describe how quotas are used to restrict and track disk access
    • Determine the function of quotas & Recognize the purpose of the /etc/quotas file
    • Interpret the contents of the /etc/quotas file
    • Define the function and syntax of quota, quota resize, quota report, and quota logmsg commands
    • Turn quotas on for a specific volume & Display a quota report to view current status
    • Identify and define the function of two special entries in the /etc/quotas file

     

    NDMP

    • Define NDMP, Describe the purpose and function of NDMP
    • Identify the types of tape devices that can be used with NDMP
    • Turn on NDMP services, Check NDMP status & Terminate an NDMP session

     

     Vol copy

    • Describe the purpose and function of the volume copy feature
    • Recognize benefits of using vol copy
    • Describe considerations for using vol copy
    • Recognize situations where vol copy would be used
    • Recognize correct command syntax
    • Recognize options and arguments used with the command
    • Identify the pre-requisites for performing volume copy operations
    • Use the vol copy command to copy a volume

     

    SnapRestore

    • Explain how snapRestore works with snapshot copies
    • Describe what snapRestore reverts
    • Reverts a volume or a file using snapRestore
    • Explain how snapRestore works with snapmirror
    • Describe the effects of snaprestore on backup operations

     

    SnapMirror

    • Explain the snapmirror Async,sync and semi-sync modes of operation
    • Describe how volume snapmirror and Qtree SnapMirror replicate data
    • Configure SnapMirror
    • Perform advanced SnapMirror operations
    • Explain SnapMirror performance impact
    • Types of vserver
    • Types of lifs
    • vserver create, modify,delete
    • lifs create, modify, delete
    • Replication setup (snapmirror) on SVM level and volume level
    • Encryption on disk-level and volume level (NSE and NVE)
    • Deduplication and compression
    • vscan setup
    • ONTAP upgrade
    • Power cycle activities
    • Migrating the data from 7 mode to Cluster mode via 7MTT
    • SAN concepts (Brocade & Cisco SAN switches)
    • Other concepts (OSI, DNS, Networking basics)
    • Core troubleshooting on real-time scenarios
    • Awareness of ticketing tools, Daily standup meetings & insights on RCA.

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