Who should attend
This course is intended for administrators, support personnel, and others responsible for using and maintaining Data Domain systems.
To understand the content and successfully complete this course, a student must have a suitable knowledgebase/skill set. The student must have an understanding of computer storage, networking and backup concepts. There are no prerequisite courses.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Describe Data Domain features, benefits, system sizing, network placement and integration
- Configure basic settings, CIFS shares and NFS mounts
- Analyze and project capacity utilization
- Manage and optimize cleaning, sanitize data
- Verify steady state operation
- Configure replication
- Use autosupports, logs, and alerts
- Monitor via SNMP
- Recover data
- Select typical installation methods, models and network locations
- Configure VTL and/or Open Storage
- Configure data access rights and permissions
- Upgrade system software, rebuild file systems
- Manage software licenses
- Explain integration with 3rd party backup solutions
The System Administration course provides the knowledge and skills needed for configuring and maintaining Data Domain systems. The course provides hands-on learning about: Data Domain system concepts, configuring and integrating systems into an existing environment, upgrading systems, connecting to the network and interoperating with backup software solutions, performing data backups, replicating data to offsite locations, restoring data, and recovering from a disaster.