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Veritas Access 3340 Appliance 7.4.2 Administration Course Outline

 (3 days)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
The Veritas Access 3340 Appliance (7.4.2): Administration course is designed for IT professionals tasked with designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining Veritas Access Appliance environments.
This course covers how to use the Veritas Access 3340 Appliance to manage storage, file systems, and shares using the Veritas Access web-based GUI and command line. You will learn about file system and file share administration as well as creating and maintaining NFS, CIFS, S3, and FTP file shares. Additionally, you will learn how to configure cloud-based storage as a secondary tier in Veritas Access, how to integrate Veritas Access as LTR storage for NetBackup, and how to integrate Access for archiving and restoring files for Enterprise Vault.
Note: Participants are required to use their own AWS account to perform Lab 08: Creating a scale-out file system with a cloud tier.

Duration
4 days

Course Objectives
By the completion of this course, you will be able to:
Describe the Access 3340 Appliance (7.4.2) and its use cases, software, and hardware components.
Configure the Appliance cluster.
Configure storage, the S3 server, activate LTR policy, generate S3 keys and provision buckets, and review the storage configuration.
Configure Access Appliance in a NetBackup domain.
Understand storage provisioning in Veritas Access.
Create Veritas Access file systems with the help of Access GUI and CLISH.
Describe the authentication methods supported by Veritas Access Appliance and configure them.
Use cloud as a Tier for scale-out file systems.
Provision the Access Appliance as primary and secondary storage for Enterprise Vault and replicate data storage.
Monitor Appliance health using Veritas Remote Management, Appliance Shell Menu, Access Shell Menu, and the Access GUI.
Configure user roles, LDAP and AD authentication, maintain storage, and appliance security.
Perform physical inspection and resolve hardware faults.
Reconfigure the Access Appliance.

Who Should Attend
This course is for UNIX/Linux system architects, system administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, network/SAN administrators, and systems integration/development staff who will be designing, installing, operating, and/or integrating Veritas Access.

Prerequisites
You must have working knowledge of advanced computer concepts, including TCP/IP networking and Internet concepts, storage management, and enterprise networking. You must have administrator-level knowledge of RedHat Enterprise Linux 7.4. Knowledge of cloud technologies and Microsoft Windows 2008/2012 operating systems is a plus.

Hands-On
This course includes practical hands-on exercises that enable you to test your new skills and begin to transfer them into your working environment.

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Introduction
About this course
Education and support resources

Introducing the Access 3340 Appliance
Access 3340: Overview
Supported Operating Systems (7.4.2)
Access appliance overview and use cases
Access appliance software overview
Access appliance hardware overview

Configuring the Appliance Cluster
Preparing for configuration
Configuring the appliance for the first time
Deployment Enhancements
Validating the configuration using Veritas Access interfaces

Provisioning Storage for NetBackup using the Getting Started Wizard
Configuring storage
Configuring the S3 server
Activating an LTR policy
Generating S3 keys
Provisioning an S3 bucket
Reviewing the storage configuration

Using the Access Appliance in a NetBackup Domain
Configuring Access as a cloud storage server
Configuring the Access Appliance as a primary backup target for verification
Configuring the Access Appliance as a LTR Target
Integrating appliances in a NetBackup environment
Performing backups and restores with appliances
Veritas Data Deduplication (7.4.2)
Benefits of MSDP Integration (7.4.2)

Provisioning Storage
Overview of storage provisioning in Veritas Access
Administering storage pools
Displaying disk information
Protecting data using I/O fencing
Different storage protocols support
Storage provisioning in Access Appliance

Creating File Systems
File systems in Veritas Access Appliance
Creating a file system
Modifying and deleting a file system
Checking and repairing a file system

Configuring Veritas Access Shares
Introducing file sharing protocols
Configuring authentication
Using Veritas Access as a CIFS server
Using Veritas Access as an S3 server

Using Cloud as a Tier for Scale-out File System
Cloud tiering overview
Architecture
Using a cloud as a tier in AWS
Moving files between tiers
Using data movement policies
Monitoring data usage in the cloud tier

Using the Access Appliance as an Archiving Target
Veritas Access Appliance integration with Enterprise Vault
Provisioning primary storage for Enterprise Vault
Provisioning secondary storage for Enterprise Vault
Replicating Data storage for Enterprise Vault

Monitoring Appliance Health
Configuring event notifications
Monitoring with Veritas Remote Management
Monitoring with the Appliance Shell Menu (CLISH)
Monitoring with Access CLISH
Monitoring with the Appliance GUI
Using Veritas AutoSupport

Maintaining the Access Appliance
Configuring User Roles
Configuring LDAP and AD Authentication
Maintaining Storage
Maintaining Appliance Security

Troubleshooting the Access Appliance
Appliance Online Resources
Appliance Physical Inspection
Resolving common hardware faults
Viewing and gathering appliance log files

Reconfiguring the Access Appliance
Access appliance factory reset overview
Performing a single node factory reset
Performing a full appliance cluster factory reset
Managing software and storage

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