NetApp Course

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In this course, you learn the basic administration tasks of a NetApp® ONTAP® 9.11 cluster. You use the clustershell and NetApp ONTAP System Manager to manage cluster storage and network resources.  

The course explains the configuration of basic data protection and data efficiency functions and common cluster maintenance tasks


• NetApp Customers

• NetApp Partners

• NetApp Employees

Skills Gained

This course focuses on enabling you to do the following:

• Define ONTAP cluster components

• Describe the role of a storage VM (storage virtual machine, also known as SVM) in the NetApp storage architecture

• Configure an ONTAP cluster

• Configure and manage storage resources

• Configure and manage networking resources

• Create and configure a storage VM

• Create, manage, and protect NetApp FlexVol® volumes

• Implement storage efficiency features

• Manage ONTAP administrator access and user accounts

• Maintain NetApp storage systems


ONTAP NAS, SAN and Cluster Fundamental elearning is required.  This is available free of charge via the NetApp Learning Center.  Please contact us if further support is required..

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