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  • This foundation level course provides participants with an understanding of ControlCenter 6.0 and how it is an integral component of EMC's offering. This course provides an overview of ControlCenter terminology, features, architecture, theory of operations, and management. This includes ControlCenter components, navigation, architecture, and environmental management.

  • This foundation level course provides participants with an understanding of ControlCenter 6.0 and how it is an integral component of EMC's offering. This course provides an overview of ControlCenter terminology, features, architecture, theory of operations, and management. This includes ControlCenter components, navigation, architecture, and environmental management.

  • This specialization level course provides participants with an understanding of the basic implementation and planning for EMC ControlCenter 6.0. Requirements and considerations for installation and upgrade of ControlCenter 6.0 reviewed in detail. This course is an elective component of the ControlCenter curriculum.

  • This foundation level course provides participants with an understanding of Symmetrix based Business Continuity solutions for local replication, and how these solutions are an integral component of EMC's offering. This course provides participants with an understanding of TimeFinder terminology, features, architecture, theory of operations, and management. The course covers TimeFinder/Clone, TimeFinder/Snap, and TimeFinder/Mirror functionality. TimeFinder/Clone Emulation is also presented to support Enginuity 5874 with Solutions Enabler 7.0 environments.

  • This foundation level course provides participants with an introduction to Symmetrix Disaster Recovery Facility (SRDF) products. This course supports the EMC Proven Professional Associate Certification.

  • This course introduces the EMC Symmetrix Management Console (SMC). SMC is a lightweight and functional stand-alone Symmetrix management tool. Students will learn to install the product in a typical environment and use it to monitor and manage Symmetrix arrays. The design goals and architecture of the product will be covered, and some comparisons given to other EMC Symmetrix management tools. A key part of the course includes recorded examples that will demonstrate how to install and administer Symmetrix Management Console, use it to configure the array, and to perform business continuity operations. These demonstrations support and supplement the details described in the presentation.

  • ControlCenter StorageScope Reporting is a specialist level class that uses built-in and customizable features to create advanced reporting solutions in a ControlCenter 6.0 environment. SRM Views and "Top 10" lists provide a quick insight to used and available ports as well as fabric information. Built-in StorageScope reports tell users about details about file system usage specified by host or network file systems discovered by ControlCenter. Advanced reporting scenarios utilize the customizable query building tool to perform a variety of tasks. These tasks include identifying host and array files not accessed within 180 days and identifying allocated host storage not used in a file system or volume group. The query builder also allows users to perform chargeback operations against groups in the ControlCenter Console, as well as monitor, manage, and trend raw array capacities. Finally, custom fields are demonstrated to show group membership for hosts.

  • This course provides participants with the basics about backup to disk in a LAN environment, using NS Series storage systems as the backup destination platform. Students review the underlying characteristics and recommendations, including NS Series optimization using ATA disks.

  • This foundation level course provides participants with an understanding of EMC NetWorker. The course provides an overview of NetWorker terminology, features, architecture, theory of operations, and management. This includes NetWorker components, and backup and recovery functions. The course supports the EMC Proven Professional Associate certification.

  • This foundation level course introduces students to the EMC NetWorker Module solution. The course supports the EMC Proven Professional Associate Backup and Recovery Certification.

  • This course provides an overview of new and enhanced features and functionality introduced with the NetWorker 7.4 release. Prior knowledge of NetWorker 7.3 is a prerequisite as this course only focuses on the differences since the 7.3 release.

  • This foundations level course introduces students to the basic EMC Disk Library (EDL) concepts and terminology, preparing them for further study of installation or implementation procedures. The main functionality of a EMC Disk Library and where it fits within the enterprise is presented. Features, functionality, and hardware/software architecture, up to and including version 3.2 of the emulation code including DL4000 Series is discussed. The course also covers the EMC Disk Libraries with deduplication version 1.2, including DL1500, DL3000. Historic information on older EDL models is given.

  • This course provides participants with the basics about backup to disk in a SAN environment using CX Series storage systems as the backup destination platform. Students will review the underlying characteristics and recommendations, including CLARiiON CX and Symmetrix DMX systems.

  • This course introduces students to the concepts and activities performed when integrating EMC NetWorker with different EMC Backup-to-Disk technologies. It starts with an overview of the backup product, its terms, functionality, and options for Backup-to-Disk environments. The course shows how to integrate the application with both Disk-aware and Tape emulation scenarios utilizing EMC technology (Celerra, CLARiiON, Symmetrix, and EMC Disk Library as backup destination devices).

  • This course provides participants with an introduction to EMC Avamar. It includes an overview of Avamar terminology, features, and components, including Avamar backup and restore functions. The course also reviews Avamar tools for monitoring and maintaining an Avamar system.

  • This course provides participants with an introduction to the EMC Data Protection Advisor product, version 5.0, including positioning, architecture and technical information. The course also covers how data gathering works in DPA.

  • This specialization level course provides a thorough exposure to EMC ControlCenter version 6.0.

  • This video instructor-led course explores EMC NetWorker 7.3 installation, backup, configuration, maintenance, management, and recovery. The course contains lectures, instructor demonstrations, lab demonstrations, and review questions.