Code: 
HH734S
Duration: 
4 Day(s)

Overview

The Planning and Design of HP Server Solutions course delivers the technical presales knowledge and skills necessary to prepare learners to consult with customers regarding HP commercial and enterprise-class products and solutions. This course is designed for account-aligned presales technical specialists who design and justify HP cross-portfolio solutions to customers. Learners attending this course will gain knowledge of business requirements, products, concepts, technologies, and solutions within a customer sales engagement. Certifications and Related Examinations: . HP ASE - HP Server Solution Architect V8 . HP0-S36 - Architecting HP Server Solutions

Audience

  • Presales, both internal HP and external.

Prerequisites

  • HP0-D13 - Technical Introduction to the HP Enterprise Portfolio.

Key topics

Upon its completion, you should be able to:-

  • Explain the characteristics to consider when choosing an HP server.
  • Describe industry-standard architecture used in the HP Integrity product famlly.
  • Describe the HP approach to virtualization.
  • Identify the products in the HP BladeSystem portfolio.
  • Describe the BladeSystem storage and expansion product portfolio.
  • Describe and position the HP CloudSystem Matrix.
  • Identify and describe the BladeSystem enclosures.
  • Describe the power architecture used in BladeSystem enclosures.
  • Identify the HP Network switches and differentiate among them.
  • Name the tools available from HP for selecting solution components.
  • Describe the HP Converged Infrastructure and its benefits as an IT strategy.
  • Describe industry-standard architecture used in the ProLiant product family.
  • Explain how ProLiant and Integrity servers are categorized.
  • Describe the range of partitioning technologies offered by HP.
  • Identify ProLiant Blade Workstation Solutions.
  • Describe and position Integrity NonStop BladeSystem solutions.
  • Explain how to select an HP BladeSystem enclosure.
  • Describe the BladeSystem enclosure management hardware and software.
  • Explain how to balance power and cooling in BladeSystem enclosures.
  • Compare direct-attached storage (DAS), network-attached storage(NAS), and storage area network (SAN) products and their market positions. Courses -->

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