PSTB Course

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This 3-day course is designed to provide a deep understanding of the latest FlashArray//X

Series Hardware through instruction with in-depth explanations that go beyond the

basics. You will understand how Purity software delivers best-in-class performance

and data reduction. Get to know how easy it is to manage FlashArray//X using

Purity GUI, CLI, API plug-ins, and Pure1 .


Any engineer, associate, administrator, or other technical designation new to Pure Storage solutions.


Knowledge of servers, storage, data management.


  • Pure Storage Overview
  • Flash Array Deep Dive
    • LAB1: An Overview of the GUI
  • GUI, CLI and VMware vSphere Web Client Plugin
    • LAB2: An Overview of the CLI
    • LAB3: Adding a host and presenting LUNs to it
    • LAB4: Connecting Windows host over iSCSI with MPIO and mutual CHAP authentication
    • LAB5: VMware vSphere web plugin
  • Purity Overview
  • Snapshots and Replication
    • LAB6: ZeroSnaps
    • LAB7 Protection Groups and Asynchronous Replication
  • ActiveCluster
  • FlashStack Technical Overview
  • Pure Storage Support
  • Logs, Alerts and Role Based Administrators
    • LAB9: Reports, logs and alerts

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