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kod: HK902S

The Managing HPE 3PAR StoreServ I course is designed for the new or entry-level HPE 3PAR administrator. The goal of the class is to acquaint the 3PAR administrator with the most common day-to-day tasks and best practices associated with administration of the 3PAR array. The levels of provisioning storage are emphasized.

This training reflects the newest release of the HPE 3PAR OS: 3.3.1. The course is approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on labs using HPE 3PAR arrays. NOTE: Hosts used in the lab environment are MS Windows.

At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to:

  • Explain the numbering schemes for the HPE 3PAR hardware components: controllers, ports, and physical disks
  • Use the StoreServ Management Console (SSMC) GUI and the CLI to perform administrative tasks
  • Create and work with a Common Provisioning Group (CPG)
  • Administer Virtual Volumes using the SSMC and the CLI
  • Understand the advantages of Thin Provisioning and create a Thin ProvisionedVirtual Volume (TPVV)
  • Understand the advantages of Dedup and Compression for storage allocated from SSDs
  • Export and un-export virtual volumes from hosts
  • Use HPE 3PARinfo to analyze luns presented to hosts
  • Use Host Explorer to simplify addition of hosts
  • Use Host Sets and Volume Sets to simplify provisioning storage
  • Create a Snapshot and promote (restore) from a Snapshot
  • Create a Clone and promote a Clone
  • Convert a Virtual Volume (i.e. from fully provisioned to thin provisioned or thin provisioned to thin dedup or vice versa)
  • Use the SSMC reporting feature to monitor capacity and performance

Audience:

HPE 3PAR administrators who desire training on basic concepts and best practices needed to administer the array.

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  1. HPE 3PAR StoreServ I
    • Register here to access to the Pre-Study WBT course
  2. HPE 3PAR Solution Introduction and Review
    • HPE 3PAR Hardware Current models
    • Hardware overview for the 7000, 8000, and 20000 models: controllers, drive cages, and disks
    • Controller port number naming conventions for the 7000, 8000, and 20000 models
    • Disk number naming convention for disks in the HPE 3PAR arrays
    • ASIC chip functionality
    • HPE 3PAR virtual storage architecture benefits
    • Big Picture HPE 3PAR component connectivity
    • SSMC GUI introduction and functionality overview
    • HPE 3PAR CLI overview and introduction
  3. Storage Concepts and Terminology
    • HPE 3PAR provisioning terminology
    • HPE 3PAR concept of a disk chunklet and Logical Disk (LD)
    • HPE 3PAR concept of a Common Provisioning Group (CPG)
    • HPE 3PAR Virtual Volumes (VV) types: full provisioning and thin provisioning
    • HPE 3PAR provisioning terminology
    • HPE 3PAR concept of a disk chunklet and Logical Disk (LD)
    • HPE 3PAR concept of a Common Provisioning Group (CPG)
    • HPE 3PAR Virtual Volumes (VV) types: full provisioning and thin provisioning
  4. Storage Configuration
    • CPGs using SSMC and the CLI
    • Working with virtual volume templates
    • Working with fully provisioned and thin provisioned volumes using SSMC and the CLI
  5. Host Connectivity and Storage Allocation
    • How to prepare a host to access an HPE 3PAR storage array
    • HPE 3PAR Port Persistence
    • Adding hosts in an HPE 3PAR storage array
    • Adding FC ports to a host
    • Export virtual volumes to hosts as VLUNs
    • Unexport VVs/VLUNs from a host
    • Using SSMC and CLI to work with hosts and storage
    • Working with Smart SAN
    • Use Host Explorer to add hosts and explore host details
    • Use HPE 3PARInfo to gather storage information
  6. Host Sets and Virtual Volume Sets
    • Host and virtual volume sets advantages
    • Host and virtual volume sets use cases
    • Creating and maintaining host and volume sets using SSMC and the CLI
    • Host and volume sets guidelines and rules
  7. Thin Features: A Deep Dive
    • Benefits of the Zero Detection/Thin Persistence
    • Zero Detection use cases
    • Space reclamation: UNMAP and other utilities
    • Compaction ratio explanation and thin overprovisioning
    • Thin provisioning: seeing what is allocated vs. used by a host
    • Online Virtual Volume conversion: converting volumes from full to thin or thin to full using
  8. SSMC and the CLI
    • Compacting a CPG to free up space
  9. Adaptive Data Reduction for Flash: Dedup and Compression
    • Thin Dedup: saving space using deduplication and dedup detail
    • Thin Dedup: what to dedup: good candidates and bad candidates
    • Compression and how it works
    • Compression: what to compress--good candidates and bad candidates
    • Data Packing: packing data for space and cost savings
    • DECO: Dedup and Compression together
    • Working with Dedup and Compression using the SSMC GUI and the CLI
    • Performing a Dedup Estimate and a Compression Estimate
    • Seeing if Dedup and Compression are working
    • Analyzing Adaptive Data Reduction ratios: Dedup ratio, Compression ratio and overall Data
  10. Reduction ratio
    • Online Virtual Volume conversion: converting volumes to thin-dedup, compressed or DECO
  11. Snapshots and Clones
    • Snapshots and Clones: benefits
    • Creating, exporting, unexporting, and deleting a snapshot
    • Rules and relationships regarding snapshots
    • Restore from a snapshot
    • Scheduling the creation of a snapshot
    • Using the Virtual Lock feature to delete outdated snapshots
    • Resynchronize a clone to a base volume
    • Promote a clone to a base volume
    • Use SSMC and the CLI to manage snapshots and clones
  12. Reporting: Performance and Capacity
    • The on-node database: the .srdata database volume
    • Using SSMC reports to analyze capacity needs and trends
    • Using SSMC reports to analyze performance
    • Using SSMC default reports and creating custom reports
    • Scheduling and emailing reports
    • Using the Excel client
    • Using the CLI stat commands to analyze performance and capacity
    • Using the CLI sr* commands to analyze performance and capacity
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