Accelerated NCDABoot Camp Data ONTAP 8.0 7-Mode(ANCDA)课程是为从事NetApp的专业技术人员的职业发展而量身设计的高级存储技术课程。通过5天的培训帮助您通过 NS0-155NetApp Certified Data Management Administrator(NCDA)认证考试。
本课程将CIFS administrator、NFS administrator、SAN administrator、NetApp Protection Software Administration 4门高级进阶培训进行提炼,使您在最短的时候对Netapp存储的高级配置、解决方案和存储访问协议的细节有更深入的了解。

建议先参加Data ONTAP 7-Mode Administration培训,再参加此项进阶培训。






         NCDA Overview
         Explain the NCDA certification
         Review key concepts from the Data ONTAP® 8.0 7-Mode Administration course
         NFS Overview
         Define Network File System (NFS)
         Differentiate between NFS protocol versions
         Recognize the difference between stateless and stateful protocols
         Describe how the storage system acts as an NFS file server
         List the requirements of NFS
         NFS Setup
         Configure Network File System (NFS) on a NetApp® storage system
         Add Network Information Server (NIS) to manage users, groups, and name-to-IP resolution
         Administer a storage system to perform Domain Name System (DNS) lookups
         Configure a storage system to access a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server to centrally manage users and groups
         Set up PC-NFS and WebNFS environments to extend the reach of NFS
         Exports and Mounts
         Identify exportable resources
         Export and unexport resources to clients, subnets, and netgroups
         Administer storage system with the exportfs command
         Create mountpoints and mount exported resources on a client
         Monitor the usage of exported resources
         CIFS Overview
         Describe basic CIFS features
         Describe the following network environments:
         Microsoft® Windows® workgroup
         Non-Windows workgroup
         Windows domains
         Describe how a storage system authenticates users in each server environment
         Explain the advantages and disadvantages of each server environment
         CIFS Workgroups
         License CIFS on a storage system
         Join a storage system to a Windows® workgroup environment using the cifs setup command
         Observe the results of cifs setup
         Manage newly created configuration files for the CIFS workgroup environment
         CIFS Shares and Sessions
         Display all shares available on the storage system
         List the default shares
         Configure a client machine to access any share
         Identify the CIFS sessions established by accessing a share on the storage system
         Add, modify, and delete shares
         CIFS Access Control
         Create and manage local users for a storage system
         Identify how to create a local group and make a local user a member of that group
         Use the command-line interface, NetApp® System Manager or Microsoft® tools to add, delete, and modify access permissions of shares
         Use Microsoft tools to add, delete, and modify access permissions of files and folders
         CIFS Domains
         Terminate the CIFS service to prepare for CIFS domain configuration
         Reconfigure the CIFS service for a Windows® domain
         Identify the resulting files
         Create domain users and add the domain users to a local storage system group
         Set up Preferred Domain Controllers (DCs)
         NAS Multiprotocol
         Determine and verify user mappings for CIFS users accessing UNIX® and MIXED volumes and qtrees
         Determine and verify user mappings for UNIX users accessing NTFS and MIXED volumes and qtrees
         NAS Troubleshooting
         Locate options and configuration files that can be misconfigured on the storage system
         Test for Domain Name System (DNS) resolution on both the storage system and the client
         Use client-side tools to test the client configuration
         Use storage system and client tools to isolate network system blockages
         Recognize typical error messages and list commands to identify the source of the error messages
         SAN Overview
         Describe the differences between network-attached storage (NAS) and storage area network (SAN)
         List the methods to implement a SAN environment
         Define logical unit number, initiator, and target
         Describe ports, worldwide node names, and worldwide port names
         List the basic steps to implement a SAN
         FC Connectivity
         Describe multiple path implementation with Fibre Channel (FC) connectivity
         Describe how to configure FC ports on Windows®, for Red Hat®, and NetApp® systems
         Describe commands and utilities to identify the worldwide node name (WWNN) and worldwide port name (WWPN) on Windows, Red Hat, and NetApp systems
         iSCSI Connectivity
         Describe multiple path implementation with iSCSI connectivity
         Configure network ports on Windows®, Red Hat ®, and NetApp® systems
         Identify the worldwide node name (WWNN) on Windows, Red Hat, and NetApp systems
         Set up and verify multiple path iSCSI connectivity between Windows, Red Hat, and NetApp systems
         LUN Access
         Describe the steps to allow a Windows® Server 2008 R2 initiator to access a LUN on a storage system
         Describe the steps to allow a Red Hat® initiator to access a LUN on a storage system
         Availability Overview
         List the methods to back up and recover data for data availability
         Describe the methods to ensure system availability
         Snapshot Copies
         Describe the function of Snapshot™ copies
         Explain the benefits of Snapshot copies
         Identify and execute Snapshot commands
         Create and delete Snapshot copies
         Configure and modify Snapshot options
         Explain the importance of the .snapshot directory
         Describe how disk space is allocated by a Snapshot copy for volumes and aggregates
         Schedule Snapshot copies
         Configure and manage the Snapshot reserve
         Explain how SnapRestore® technology works with Snapshot™ copies
         Describe what SnapRestore reverts
         Revert a volume or a file using SnapRestore
         Explain how SnapRestore works with SnapMirror®
         Describe the effects of SnapRestore on backup operations
         Describe SnapVault® components and benefits
         Configure SnapVault on primary and secondary systems
         Administer SnapVault on primary and secondary systems
         Describe the application-consistent backup feature available in Data ONTAP® 8.0 7-Mode
         Restore data from secondary to primary systems
         Describe how Open Systems SnapVault® integrates with Data ONTAP® SnapVault
         List Open Systems SnapVault advanced features
         Configure and administer Open Systems SnapVault
         Perform Open Systems SnapVault backup and restore operations
         Troubleshoot and resolve Open Systems SnapVault transfer failures
         Define the high-availability controller configuration
         Describe the three modes of high-availability operation with a high-availability pair
         Analyze the effect on client protocols during failover and giveback operations
         Describe a stretch MetroCluster environment
         List the basic steps to implement a stretch MetroCluster
         Describe a fabric-attached MetroCluster environment
         List the basic steps to implement a fabric-attached MetroCluster
         Explain the SnapMirror® Async, Sync, and Semi-Sync modes of operation
         Describe how volume SnapMirror and qtree SnapMirror replicate data
         Configure SnapMirror
         Perform advanced SnapMirror operations
         Explain SnapMirror performance impact
         Use Data ONTAP® tools to identify networking, disk I/O, FC loop saturation, and CPU bottlenecks using systat, stats, and perfstat
         Discuss how increasing utilization can affect performance
         Use the reallocate command to maintain performance
         Use recommended techniques to optimize Data ONTAP configuration for SAN and NAS