Course Title: Implementing HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array Solutions
Course Number: 00110364 (ASE)
Duration : 5 days
Exam : HP0-J33
Certification supported by this course: ASE HP Storageworks Integration (2011)
OverviewThis course provides training for the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array family, including the EVA4000/6000/8000, EVA4100/6100/8100, and EVA4400/6400/8400 series. After a conceptual overview, including terminology, the course describes hardware components and functions in detail, including the family of HSV controllers, evolution of disk drive enclosures and Fibre Channel loop switches, the Management Module, which is unique to the EVA4400, and the Windows management server running Command View EVA will also be discussed in detail. Instruction, practical demostrations as well as extensive lab work will be given on how to install, set up, configure, and manage the storage system and hosts using Command View EVA software.
The course describes how events are generated and forwarded for notification as well as basic analysis and troubleshooting procedures for all EVA’s plus in depth instruction and labs on component removal and replacement.
After a basic review of replication solutions, the course provides a description of diagnostic, performance and troubleshooting resources. Several hands-on laboratories are included to correlate with the classroom materials throughout the courseThis course does not provide in depth training for the following:
- Advanced Fibre Channel concepts
- SAN technology
- Virtualization concepts
- Storage management appliance
- Web-Based Enterprise Services (WEBES), Remote Support Pack (RSP) or other notification and analysis tools
- Storage systems other than the EVA family
Intended AudienceThis course is intended for individuals providing basic or advanced EVA management, service & support, installation or configuration services and consulting services on any EVA storage array covered in the course. This includes individuals who have none, limited or previouse experience of HP EVA storage arrays
Although there are no specific pre-requisites for this training, it is recomended that the attendee has a sound working knowledge and preferably experience of other current and previous storage technologies
After completing the course, the student should be able to:
- Identify the terminology used with the EVA and virtual storage
- Identify the physical, management and interconnect functions of the HSV controllers, Management Module, disk drive enclosures, FC-AL drives and Fibre Channel loop switch
- Identify features and functions of the HSV controller firmware
- Describe the EVA firmware update procedures
- Describe the EVA disk drive firmware update procedures
- Locate EVA storage system hardware and setup and operate components of the HSV controller and disk drive enclosure
- Use the Management Module and it’s web-based OCP (WOCP) to access storage system management functions
- Connect to the Fibre Channel loop switch and use it’s available interfaces to perform basic functions
- Describe the rack models, power cabling and cabling configurations for all models
- Describe the features and functions of the initial storage and host configuration software called HP SmartStart for EVA storage
- Use HP SmartStart for EVA Storage to initially configure storage and hosts for the EVA4400
- Install & confugure Command View EVA
- Install and identify EVA license functions
- Identifty the features and functions of Command View EVA
- Describe how to configure and monitor storage and hosts
- Identify features and functions of the Storage System Scripting Utility (SSSU) and use the utility to configure storage and hosts
- Describe the event reporting and notification mechanisms used to support the EVA
- Open and view various event log
- Use remote and local event notification options
- Identify features and functions of local and remote replication software
- Describe basic diagnostic sources and how to use those tools to perform basic troubleshooting
- Identify customer self repair (CSR) components and follow the procedures to remove and replace components
- Describe best practices for configuring the EVA with optimisation for availability, performance or cost
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