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Managing NAS and Performance on Clustered Data ONTAP (NASPAD)

Course Description

HBFITES premier NASPAD training combines CIFS, NFS, and performance analysis topics into a single, in-depth one-week course. It provides the knowledge and skills that you need to administer CIFS version 1.x to 2.x and NFS versions 3, 4, and 4.1 in a clustered Data ONTAP® operating system. Learn the skills you need to collect and analyze performance data from NetApp® storage systems.

Audience

Professionals who manage NetApp storage systems and need a deeper understanding of protocols and performance in a clustered Data ONTAP environment.

Prerequisites

The courses below are recommended before attending the Manage NAS and Performance on clustered Data ONTAP class.

  • Clustered Data ONTAP Administration
  • Hands-on experience with Data ONTAP (three to six months)

Objectives

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

  • Describe CIFS and NFS protocols
  • Describe configuration in the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
  • Use the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit to write PowerShell scripts
  • Use Data ONTAP operating system to configure home directories
  • Review performance management for CIFS and NFS environments
  • Explain troubleshooting techniques for NetApp storage systems and for clients who use the CIFS and NFS protocols
  • Describe how data flows through the network and protocol layers of clustered Data ONTAP
  • Define performance-related terms and describe basic methodologies
  • Identify the methods that can be used to monitor and analyze storage system performance
  • Explain how methods and tools can be used to collect performance data
  • Use command output to analyze system performance
  • Use command output from case studies to identify performance bottlenecks
  • Implement configuration for recommended practices for resiliency and performance
  • Locate resources and information that help you maximize system performance

 

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