NetApp Data OnTap 7.3 Fundamentals

5 Day Course
Hands On
Official NetApp Curriculum
Code NA-DOTF

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Overview

Data ONTAP® 7.3 Fundamentals is an instructor-led course designed for those who provide support and administration on NetApp® storage systems running the Data ONTAP operating system. The course covers Write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) file system, volumes, aggregates, qtrees, and quotas. Hands-on labs for the course focus on the basic administrative use of Data ONTAP in NAS and IP-SAN environments.Data ONTAP® 7.3 Fundamentals is an instructor-led course designed for those who provide support and administration on NetApp® storage systems running the Data ONTAP operating system. The course covers Write Anywhere File Layout (WAFL) file system, volumes, aggregates, qtrees, and quotas. Hands-on labs for the course focus on the basic administrative use of Data ONTAP in NAS and IP-SAN environments.

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Modules

Course Topics (17 topics)

  • Describe the basic functions of the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Access the NOW™ (NetApp on the Web) Knowledgebase to obtain software and hardware documentation
  • Set up console access for a storage system Configure a storage system with the setup command
  • Access FilerView and the command line to manage a storage system
  • Configure and manage the AutoSupport service for a FAS storage system
  • Define and create virtual interfaces (vifs) and VLANs
  • Describe Data ONTAP RAID technology
  • Calculate usable disk space of disks
  • Define and create an aggregate and volume
  • Define FlexClone volume
  • Configure the storage system as an NFS server and CIFS server
  • Configure a multiprotocol environment
  • Configure a LUN for SAN environments
  • Configure, create and restore Snapshot copies Describe the WAFL file system, including consistency points, tetris creation, RAID management, and storage levels
  • Collect performance data
  • Use FlexShare
  • Configure an Active-Active configuration

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of storage and networking technologies Basic knowledge of Windows 2003 and/or Linux Administration Basic knowledge of client/server and networking terminology including TCP/IP

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