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Data ONTAP SAN Implementation (SANIMP)

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Module 1: SAN Concepts
  • NetApp SAN
  • SAN Protocols
  • SAN Terminology
  • Implementing SAN
  • Designing and Planning a SAN Solution
Module 2: IP SAN Architecture
  • IP SAN Architecture
  • iSCSI Protocol
  • Implementing IP SAN on Data ONTAP
  • Scaling IP SAN In clustered Data ONTAP
Module 3: Windows IP Connectivity
  • Windows iSCSI Configuration
  • Windows iSCSI Implementation
Module 4: Windows LUN
  • LUN Access Overview
  • Windows Setup
  • Volume Management
  • SnapDrive for Windows
Module 5: Linux IP Connectivity
  • Linux iSCSI Configuration
Module 6: Linux LUN
  • LUN Access Review
  • Linux Setup
  • Volume Management
Module 7: FC SAN Architecture
  • FC SAN Architecture
  • FC SAN Connections
  • FC Protocol
Module 8: FC SAN Fabrics
  • Fabric Design
  • FC Initialization
  • Switch Concepts
  • FC Zoning
  • Scaling FC SAN in clustered Data ONTAP
Module 9: Windows FC Connectivity
  • Windows FC Connectivity
  • Data ONTAP 7-Mode CF Modes
  • Windows Configuration
  • Discovery and Provisioning
Module 10: Unified Connect
  • Unified Connect
  • FCoE-Enabling Technologies
  • End-to-End FCoE Configuration
  • FC-to-FCoE Connectivity
Module 11: Linux FC
  • Linux FC Configuration
  • SnapDrive for Unix
Module 12: LUN Provisioning
  • LUN Provisioning
  • LUN Overwrite Reservations
  • SAN Provisioning Options
  • HOST-Side Space Management
  • Keeping LUNs Online
Module 13: Host Considerations
  • Common Disk Structures
  • Multipathing
  • Clustered Data ONTAP Path Changes
  • Selective LUN Mapping in Clustered Data ONTAP 8.3
  • Queue Depth
Module 14: SAN Management
  • Port and Logical Interface Management
  • LUN Management
  • LUN Mobility
  • Copy Offload
  • LUN Cloning
  • Protecting a LUN
  • Removing a LUN
Module 15: SAN Troubleshooting
  • SAN Troubleshooting
  • Data ONTAP Troubleshooting
  • NetApp Data Center Tools

Appendix A: Windows Miscellaneous

  • Windows Server 2012 CLI
  • Windows Server 2012 Server Core
  • Dynamic disks

Appendix B: Brocade Configuration

  • Fabric OS
  • Management IP address configuration
  • Setting configuration
  • Zone configuration

Appendix C: Cisco Configuration

  • NX-OS
  • Initial configuration
  • Port configuration
  • Zone configuration

Appendix D: Scalable SAN Failover

  • SAN architecture
  • SAN operations
  • CLAM quorum
  • Epsilon administration

Appendix E: SAN Migration

  • Foreign LUN import

New Features Addendum: ONTAP 9.1

  • ONTAP 9 introduction
  • ONTAP 9.1 highlights
  • 12-node SAN clusters
  • Simply anywhere
  • OTNAP select
  • OnCommand management portfolio
  • SAN management enhancements
  • All Flash FAS
  • SnapCenter 2.0
  • 9.1 hardware refresh
  • Verify the cluster from the CLI
  • Verify the cluster from OnCommand System Manager
  • Use the NetApp OnCommand System Manager to create a data aggregate
  • Use the NetApp OnCommand System Manager to create a subnet for an SVM
  • Use the NetApp OnCommand System Manager to create an SVM for iSCSI
  • Set up Multipath I/O on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Install the host utilities kit on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Configure iSCSI sessions on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Confirm iSCSI sessions on the data ONTAP operating system
  • Create a local administrative account for NetApp software
  • Install NetApp SnapDrive for Windows on Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Create a Window iSCSI disk with SnapDrive for Windows
  • Verify the Linux configuration
  • Install the NetApp Linux host utilities on your Linux system
  • Configure the iSCSI software initiator for Linux
  • Confirm the iSCSI connections
  • Enable the Linux native multipathing
  • Create iSCSI-attached LUNs for Linux
  • Discover iSCSI-attached LUNs for Linux
  • Prepare an individual LUN and mount it on Linux
  • Configure an LVM2 logical volume
  • Review key FC concepts
  • Investigate the initial switch configuration
  • Configure FC HBAs on a storage system
  • Configure an SVM for FC connectivity
  • Install QLogic FC tool on Windows 2012 R2 system
  • Enable FC HBA ports on a Windows 2012 R2 system
  • Assign aliases to WWPNs on a storage system
  • Provide LUN access by using the CLI
  • Create a Windows volume by using FC-attached NetApp LUNs
  • Create a VLAN on the switch
  • Configure a target FCoE port on the switch
  • Configure an initiator FC port on the switch
  • Set up one-to-one zone mapping between the initiator and target port
  • Install SnapDrive for Linux
  • Create a LUN by using SnapDrive for Linux
  • Use SnapDrive for Unix to recover data
  • Create an FC-attached LUN with system manager
  • Create a Snapshot copy of a LUN
  • Observe the effects of writing to a LUN
  • Observe the effects of deleting data from a LUN
  • Observe the effects of overwriting to a LUN
  • Observe the effects of setting a Snapshot automatic deletion policy
  • Review the key host considerations
  • Examine FC HBA port configuration
  • Expand and shrink a LUN
  • Clone a LUN for Windows
  • Copy and move a LUN
  • Remove a LUN from Windows
  • Reset the storage HBAS to initiator mode
  • Download nSANity
  • Examine nSANity commands
  • Collect system data
  • Viewing nSANity files