This course teaches students how to identify, recommend, and explain HPE and Partner backup and recovery solutions. It covers data protection and retention theory, supporting technologies, and HPE and Partner software solutions. The course also covers sizing, planning, and best practices. The course uses participant centered learning
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Typical candidates for this course are IT, facilities or data center professionals who work in and around the data center and who have the responsibility to achieve and improve the availability and manageability of the data center. Typical candidate job roles include, but are not limited to, Pre-sales Architects, Presales Engineers, Enterprise Architects, Solutions Engineers, and Technology Architects.
After you successfully complete this course, you are expect to be able to: List data protection and retention challenges Describe the backup strategy planning process Explain the Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) framework and its integration ways into backup applications Explain the differences between a snapshot and a clone Discuss the features of software used tosupport HPE BURA solutions: � � - Data Protector � � - Veeam Explain the theory of operation of HPE Recovery Manager Central (RMC) Describe the way RMC handles data (synthetic backup and multi-streaming support) Explain the available deployment methods List the system requirements for RMC Certifications and related examinations HPE ASE - Storage Solutions Architect V3 HPE2-K44: Implementing Advanced HPE Backup and Recovery Solutions