(NASPAD) Managing NAS and Performance on Clustered Data ONTAP Training

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This course combines CIFS, NFS, and performance analysis topics into a single, in-depth one-week course. It provides the knowledge and skills that you need to administer CIFS version 1.x to 2.x and NFS versions 3, 4, and 4.1 in a clustered Data ONTAP® operating system. You also learn the skills you need to collect and analyze performance data from NetApp® storage systems.

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(NASPAD) Managing NAS and Performance on Clustered Data ONTAP Training Course Benefits

  • Describe CIFS and NFS protocols
  • Describe configuration in the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
  • Use the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit to write PowerShell scripts
  • Use Data ONTAP operating system to configure home directories
  • Review performance management for CIFS and NFS environments
  • Explain troubleshooting techniques for NetApp storage systems and for clients who use the CIFS and NFS protocols
  • Describe how data flows through the network and protocol layers of clustered Data ONTAP
  • Define performance-related terms and describe basic methodologies
  • Identify the methods that can be used to monitor and analyze storage system performance
  • Explain how methods and tools can be used to collect performance data
  • Use command output to analyze system performance
  • Use command output from case studies to identify performance bottlenecks
  • Implement configuration for recommended practices for resiliency and performance
  • Locate resources and information that help you maximize system performance

NASPAD Training Outline

  • Describe the layers within the Data ONTAP architecture
  • List the advantages that are provided by the ability of WAFL to optimize writes
  • Explain the purpose of NVRAM
  • Diagram the flow of read and write requests through the network and protocol layers of Data ONTAP
  • Describe the benefits that RAID provides
  • Define performance-related terms, such as “baseline,” “bottleneck,” “Little’s law,” and “latency”
  • Describe baseline performance guidelines and methodologies as they relate to NetApp storage systems
  • Gather information about the workload of an existing storage system
  • Identify the storage system components that can affect performance—become bottlenecks
  • Describe the performance analysis tools and commands that are commonly used for cluster health checks
  • Identify the key performance commands and describe the command output that they produce
  • Explain how to use NetApp tools for performance measurement
  • Describe the benefits of using the AutoSupport support tool for performance analysis
  • List the three categories of performance tools
  • Explain the features and functions of Insight Perform
  • Explain the features and functions of OnCommand Balance
  • Use OnCommand management tools to view performance data
  • Discuss how the Storage Quality of Service (QoS) feature works in a clustered Data ONTAP environment
  • Identify the commands that are used to manage policy groups
  • Monitor workload performance
  • Define NFS
  • List use cases for NFS
  • Differentiate between NFS protocol versions
  • Discuss the two implementations of NetApp Data ONTAP
  • Discuss NFS version 3 (NFSv3) features
  • Describe Data ONTAP support for NFSv3
  • Explain use cases for NFSv3
  • Configure Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode to use the NFSv3 protocol
  • Configure clustered Data ONTAP to use the NFSv3 protocol
  • Describe NFSv3 security
  • Discuss NFS version 4 (NFSv4) features
  • Describe Data ONTAP support for NFSv4
  • Explain use cases for NFSv4
  • Configure Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode to use the NFSv4 protocol
  • Configure clustered Data ONTAP to use the NFSv4 protocol
  • Describe NFSv4 security2NetApp
  • Discuss NFS version 4.1 (NFSv4.1) and parallel NFS (pNFS) features
  • Describe Data ONTAP support for NFSv4.1 and pNFS
  • Explain use cases for NFSv4.1 and pNFS
  • Configure clustered Data ONTAP to use the NFSv4.1 protocol
  • Configure a Linux host to use the NFSv4.1 protocol
  • Discuss the factors that influence NFS performance
  • List the tools that are used to capture NFS performance statistics
  • Recognize areas in which issues might arise
  • Explain the interactions between CIFS and NFS name mapping
  • Describe basic NFS troubleshooting between storage systems, the Linux client, and the network
  • Discuss troubleshooting NFS locks and leases
  • Differentiate between CIFS protocol versions
  • List the CIFS supported environments
  • Explain how CIFS authenticates resources in a workgroup environment and a domain environment
  • Discuss the two implementations of Data ONTAP
  • Configure workgroup authentication for a storage system with Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
  • Set up a storage system with clustered Data ONTAP for Windows domain authentication
  • Configure Windows domain authentication for a storage system with Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode
  • List the default shares
  • Display all shares that are available on the storage system
  • Configure a client machine to access any share
  • Define sparse files and set their attributes
  • Identify the CIFS sessions that are established by accessing a share on the storage system
  • Add, modify, and delete shares
  • Use the CLI, OnCommand System Manager, or Microsoft tools to add, delete, and modify the access permissions of shares
  • Use Microsoft tools to add, delete, and modify the access permissions of files and folders
  • Use access-based enumeration
  • Create local users
  • Create local groups
  • Determine and verify user mappings for CIFS users that access NTFS and UNIX volumes or qtrees
  • Configure file policies2NetApp
  • Discuss opportunistic locks (oplocks) implementation within the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Describe metacache support for Clustered Data ONTAP
  • Explain support for BranchCache
  • Configure auditing
  • Set up home directory shares
  • Describe group policy object implementation within the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Configure CIFS security settings
  • Implement symbolic links and widelinks
  • Describe Microsoft PowerShell
  • Configure a Microsoft Windows host to work with the Data ONTAP Software Development Kit (SDK)
  • Explain how the Data ONTAP SDK can be used to script storage features
  • List the methods of using PowerShell
  • Explain how to create simple scripts
  • Redirect output results to log files
  • Use PowerShell to make Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) calls
  • Discuss the factors that influence CIFS performance
  • List the tools that are used to capture CIFS performance statistics
  • Recognize areas in which issues might arise
  • Describe basic CIFS troubleshooting between storage systems, a Windows client, the authentication mechanism, and the network
  • Discuss troubleshooting SMB 3.0 locks
  • Lab 2-1 Identify the exercise environment
  • Lab 2-2 Log in to the exercise environment
  • Lab 2-3 Add a cluster to OnCommand System Manager
  • Lab 2-4 Configure SNMP public community name
  • Lab 2-5 Identify clustered Data ONTAP components
  • Lab 2-6 Set the clustered Data ONTAP command line system timeout value (optional)
  • Lab 3-1 Examine the statistics catalog commands
  • Lab 3-2 Examine the statistics start and statistics show commands
  • Lab 3-3 Defining workload characteristics
  • Lab 4-1 Perform initial health checks on the cluster
  • Lab 4-2 Baseline performance monitoring from the cluster shell
  • Lab 4-3 Performance monitoring from the cluster shell
  • Lab 4-4 Unlock diag userid
  • Lab 4-5 Using the performance and statistics collector (Perfstat)
  • Lab 6-1 Reactively limit thoughput to a workload by associating the workload with QoS policy group
  • Lab 6-2 Proactively monitor workload performance by associating a workload with a QoS policy group
  • Lab 6-3 Isolate a tenant workload by associating the workload with a QoS policy group
  • Lab 7-1 Identify the exercise environment
  • Lab 7-2 Log in to the exercise environment
  • Lab 7-3 Install OnCommand System Manager in the exercise environment
  • Lab 7-4 Add a cluster to OnCommand System Manager
  • Lab 7-5 Configure SNMP public community name
  • Lab 8-1 Create a data aggregate
  • Lab 8-2 Add the NFS license to a cluster
  • Lab 8-3 Create a Vserver
  • Lab 8-4 Create a UNIX group and user
  • Lab 8-5 Define a new export policy and rule
  • Lab 8-6 Allocate an aggregate as a resource for a Vserver
  • Lab 8-7 Create the Vserver's namespace
  • Lab 8-8 Mount the Vserver's namespace
  • Lab 8-9 Explore file permissions
  • Lab 9-1 Configure a Vserver with a new storage and LIF
  • Lab 9-2 Enable NFSv4 features on a Vserver and client
  • Lab 9-3 Explore an NFSv4 export on a client
  • Lab 9-4 Explore NFSv4 ACLs
  • Lab 10-1 Configure a Vserver for NFSv4.1
  • Lab 10-2 Explore an NFSv4.1 export on a client
  • Lab 10-3 Analyze the effects of a volume move operation on pNFS
  • Lab 12-1 Identify the exercise environment
  • Lab 12-2 Log in to the exercise environment
  • Lab 12-3 Install NetApp OnCommand System Manager in the exercise environment
  • Lab 12-4 Add a cluster to OnCommand System Manager
  • Lab 12-5 Configure SNMP public community name
  • Lab 13-1 Create an aggregate
  • Lab 13-2 Configure the prerequisites for the CIFS services
  • Lab 13-3 Add the CIFS license to a cluster
  • Lab 13-4 Create a Vserver for CIFS
  • Lab 13-5 Verify the CIFS server configuration
  • Lab 13-6 Configure DNS for a data LIF
  • Lab 14-1 Allocate an aggregate as a resource for a Vserver
  • Lab 14-2 Create the Vserver’s namespace
  • Lab 14-3 Create CIFS shares for the Vserver’s volumes
  • Lab 14-4 Mount the Vserver’s shares
  • Lab 14-5 Verify an SMB session using Computer Management
  • Lab 14-6 Verify an SMB session using Data ONTAP CLI and PowerShell
  • Lab 14-7 Explore the copy-offload feature
  • Lab 14-8 Investigate the auto location feature
  • Lab 15-1 Create a domain group
  • Lab 15-2 Create a domain user
  • Lab 15-3 Explore share-level permissions with domain user authenication
  • Lab 15-4 Configure local users authenication
  • Lab 15-5 Implement a native file blocking policy
  • Lab 15-6 Set up a multiprotocol configuration
  • Lab 15-7 Create an export policy rule
  • Lab 15-8 Configure a Vserver for NFS access
  • Lab 15-9 Use multiple protocols to access a volume
  • Lab 16-1 Configure BranchCache in Data ONTAP
  • Lab 16-2 Configure BranchCache in Windows
  • Lab 16-3 Configure home directories
  • Lab 16-4 Test the home directories with different users
  • Lab 16-5 Implement event auditing
  • Lab 16-6 Use symbolic links
  • Lab 16-7 Implement a widelink on the Vserver
  • Lab 17-8 Implement a widelink on a remote server
  • Lab 17-1 Set up the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit
  • Lab 17-2 Explore the toolkit help
  • Lab 17-3 Use PowerShell to connect to the cluster
  • Lab 17-4 Use PowerShell to create a Vserver
  • Lab 17-5 Use PowerShell to configure a CIFS server
  • Lab 17-6 Use PowerShell to create a share
  • Lab 17-7 Work with PowerShell ISE

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