Managing Hitachi Content Platform v7.2

Код
TCI2743
Продолжительность
3 дн.
Цена
2,760HDS Partners
3,300HDS Customers
О курсе

This 3 day instructor-led course provides an overview of the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) functionality, concepts, architecture and processes, such as data ingestion, search and replication.
You will complete numerous hands-on lab activities designed to build the skills necessary to integrate, administer and configure the key software products for HCP solutions.

Для кого этот курс

Course Availability

  • Employees
  • Partners
  • Customers
Цель

Course Highlights

  • Learn to operate and manage the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) solution
  • Explore concepts, architecture and key operations of HCP v7.2
  • Build the skills necessary to integrate, administer and configure key software
Требуемые знания и навыки

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Basic knowledge of storage systems
  • Working knowledge of networking and external Domain Name Service (DNS)
Приобретаемые навыки

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) functionality and concepts, including the ingestion process
  • Identify HCP physical and logical components and their locations
  • Implement different HCP solutions
  • Perform basic network configurations, administration functions, and search, replication, and support activities
Программа

Content Modules

  1. Overview
  2. Hardware Components
  3. Network Configuration
  4. Administration
  5. Ingestion Processes
  6. Search Activities
  7. Replication Activities
  8. Support Activities
  9. Solutions

Learning Activities — Labs

  1. HCP Configuration and Documentation
  2. Domain Name Service (DNS) Integration
  3. First Login, User Accounts, VLAN Management and Active Directory setup
  4. System Management Console (SMC) Storage Configuration
  5. Creating Tenants, Tenant User Accounts and Namespaces
  6. Ingest, Archive and Access Objects via All Ways
  7. Search With Metadata Query Engine
  8. Replication
  9. Monitoring and Logs