This course is designed to expose participants tothe fundamental principals required toarchitect hybrid IT solutions. It will focus on HPE networking, server,and storage solutions for SMB customers. Through the use of customerscenarios and extensive hands on labs, participants will learn how toset up and configure a small data center to meet customerrequirements.
HPE SMB Data Center Architecture 17.41 Web Based Training
Typical candidates for this course are IT, facilities or data centerprofessionals who work in and around the data center and who havethe responsibility to achieve and improve the availability andmanageability of the data center. Typical candidate job roles includebut are not limited to Pre-sales Architects, Pre-sales Engineers, Enterprise Architects, Solutions Engineers, and Technology Architects.
After you successfully complete this course, expect to be able to:Summarize the various Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) server, storage and networking solutions that are ideal for small to medium-sized business (SMB) customersGuide customers to HPE SMB storage solutions that are appropriate for their needsRecommend HPE SMB networking solutions for various customer workloadsName HPE hybrid IT infrastructure services to benefit SMBsPlan a Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solution for a small to medium-sized business (SMB) customerSelect a server to meet an SMB customer's needsRecommend a storage configuration that aligns with an SMB customer's workload and hybrid IT infrastructureChoose a network based on an SMB customer's existing environment, resources, and workloadsValidate the design and document the customer's solutionInstall and configure Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) data center solutions and subsystems for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) Servers Storage NetworkingValidate that an installation and configuration are successfulUpgrade an HPE IT solution and its subsystemsManage and monitor data systemsAdminister and assess storage in data centersEvaluate networking solutionsSummarize the basic approach to troubleshootingRecall the steps included in the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) six-step troubleshooting methodologyList additional methods and tools used in troubleshooting efforts Describe recommended solutions to common problems involving: HPE servers HPE storage HPE