- Basic Windows administration experience and
- Basic understanding of SCSI, iSCSI, RAID, fibre channel, Backup, and SAN technologies
StoreOnce customers, HP Services field engineers, call center personnel, presales and channel partners, and other field personnel who provide installation and/or operational support assistance
Delegates will learn how to
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
- Describe the major hardware and software components of the StoreOnce Product line
- Describe important StoreOnce product concepts
- Explain the importance and advantages of deduplication
- Configure StoreOnce devices for initial use
- Create Virtual Tape Libraries (VTL) and NAS shares
- Configure replication between two StoreOnce devices
- Configure Catalyst Stores
- Perform basic troubleshooting and maintenance procedures
Module 1: Product Introduction
- StoreOnce backup systems
- New StoreOnce product features and benefits
- HP StoreOnce family comparison
- Features in HP StoreOnce 6000 models
Module 2: Virtual Tape Libraries
- HP StoreOnce (D2D) backup systems
- Choosing VTL vs NAS
- Virtual Tape Libraries (VTL)
- iSCSI and fibre channel connections to VTL
- Flexible emulations
Module 3: Catalyst
- HP StoreOnce Catalyst overview and API
- HP StoreOnce Catalyst in Data Protector
Module 4: NAS Shares
- NAS shares and server configuration
- CIFS authentication methods
- StoreOnce NAS limitations
Module 5: HP StoreOnce Deduplication
- Deduplication: what is it and key benefits
- Deduplication: data locality and ratios
- Housekeeping and scheduling
- Limiting housekeeping Windows
Module 6: Installation
- Installing the StoreOnce devices
- Available connections
- Installation of 6000
Module 7: Web Management Interface
- HP StoreOnce - web management GUI login
- HP 6000 - web management GUI
- HP StoreOnce - web management GUI - VTL, interface, NAS shares and replication
- Managing NAS shares - active directory
Module 8: High Availability with b6000 Cuplets
- Terminology and basic concepts
- High availability with autonomic failover
- Node failover
- Systems network configuration
- Network bonding
- b6000 node failback and CLI commands
Module 9: Replication
- Definition and replication granularity
- Replication fan-out and fan-in
- Bi-directional replication
- Seeding the replication target
- Replication recovery
- Making replication targets visible to host
- NAS replication and 'seeding'
- VTL and NAS replication and configuration
Module 10: StoreOnce Enterprise Manager
- Reporting Capabilities
- Deployment of StoreOnce VSA
Module 11 Catalyst Advanced Features
- Teamed Catalyst
- Catalyst over Fibrechannel
Module 12: Best Practices
- General best practices
- Flexible emulations best practices
- StoreOnce replication best practices
- NAS share best practices
- Physical tape offload methods
Module 13: Troubleshooting
- Power / boot and connection problems
- Disk errors and warnings
- Backup or disk space problems
- Miscellaneous issues
Installation of the StoreOnce VSA
Security Pak Features
Advanced Networking Features
Introduction to StoreOnce Recovery Manager Central
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