Prerequisites

  • NetApp Storage Fundamentals - Web Based Training
  • Working knowledge of clustered Data ONTAP
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Delegates will learn how to

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

  • Configure Unified Manager to manage your storage infrastructure, storage objects, and protection relationships
  • Use annotations to categorize storage objects
  • Configure thresholds, event retention settings, and alerts
  • Identify and resolve issues in your storage environment
  • Use OnCommand Performance Manager to identify and resolve performance incidents
  • Configure Workflow Automation to execute predefined and user-defined workflows for storage operations
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Outline

Module 1: Using OnCommand Unified Manager to Monitor Data ONTAP Clusters
  • Configure Unified Manager and enable the discovery process
  • Use the Unified manager dashboard to monitor the health of your storage infrastructure
  • Create Unified Manager users and assign user roles
Module 2: Monitoring and Managing Storage Objects
  • Monitor the details of the clusters, aggregates, and volumes in your storage environment
  • Monitor SAN and NAS components
  • Identify and resolve a capacity issue for a volume and an aggregate
  • Explore Unified Manager reporting features
  • Export data from Unified Manager view to a comma-separated-values (CSV) file
Module 3: Customizing OnCommand Unified Manager for Your Storage Environment
  • Configure capacity thresholds for volumes
  • Configure lag thresholds and volume quota alerts
  • Configure event-retention setting and alerts
  • Use annotations to categorize storage objects
  • Assign actions to groups
  • Explain some appropriate use cases for both annotations and groups
Module 4: OnCommand Performance Manager Configuration and Performance Monitoring
  • Deploy the Performance Manager virtual appliance
  • Perform the initial configuration to integrate Performance manager with Unified Manager
  • Use Unified Manager to monitor the performance of cluster objects
  • Configure Performance Manager user-defined thresholds
Module 5: Installing and Configuring OnCommand Workflow Automation
  • Identify the basic architecture of the OnCommand WFA server
  • Install OnCommand WFA
  • Connect OnCommand WFA to Unified Manager
  • Navigate the OnCommand WFA UI
  • Configure OnCommand WFA data sources and target systems
  • Add users to OnCommand WFA
Module 6: Managing OnCommand Workflow Automation Workflows
  • Execute Predefined workflows from the OnCommand WFA server portal
  • Execute predefined workflows from the Unified Manager server
  • Monitor workflow execution
  • Respond to workflow approval requests
  • Create and monitor data-protection relationships
Labs
  • Perform initial setup of Unified Manager
  • Add clusters for Unified Manager to manage
  • Navigate and use the Unified Manager dashboard
  • Monitor clusters, aggregates, volumes, CIFS shares, LUNs, and volume capacity
  • Export data from Unified Manager to a CSV file
  • Run a Unified Manager report
  • Configure event retention settings and alerts
  • Configure alerts
  • View and manage events
  • Configure capacity thresholds for volumes
  • Configure global thresholds
  • Configure and use annotations to categorize storage objects
  • Configure and use groups to categorize storage objects
  • Convert an annotation to a group
  • Log in to Performance Manager and explore administration options
  • Explore the Performance Manager UI
  • Manage thresholds and alerts
  • Review events and performance statistics.
  • Complete the WFA Setup Wizard
  • Configure the connection between OnCommand WFA and OnCommand Unified Manager
  • Enter storage-system credentials
  • Configure data sources
  • Add OnCommand WFA users and user roles
  • Schedule the creation of a volume
  • Manage reserved resources
  • Respond to a request for approval
  • Create a protection relationship
  • Break and resynchronize a protection relationship.
  • Configure event retention settings
  • Configure an alert
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