Server+ Certification: Second Edition-A CompTIA Certification

PT8088
Summary
The Server+ Certification course builds on your existing mid- to upper-level knowledge and experience with personal computer operating systems and networks to validate advanced skills and concepts that you will use on the job in dealing with server technologies. If you are pursuing a CompTIA technical certification path, the CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ certifications are excellent first steps to take before preparing for the CompTIA Server+ certification.
Prerequisites
The CompTIA Server+ certification exam is targeted toward computer technicians with 18-24 months of strong experience in the Information Technology industry; hands-on experience with installation, configuration, diagnosis, and troubleshooting PC hardware and NOS issues; and at least one industry certification, such as CompTIA's A+, Compaq ACT, Novell CNA, or Microsoft MCP. In addition to these exam requirements, to ensure your success with this course, we recommend you first take the following courses or have equivalent knowledge: A+ Certification: Core Hardware Third Edition-A CompTIA Certification, A+ Certification: Operating Systems Third Edition-A CompTIA Certification, and Network+ Certification Fourth Edition-A CompTIA Certification.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
The CompTIA Server+ certification exam is targeted for IT professionals, Network Support Technicians, and Server Hardware Specialists with 18-24 months of experience in the Information Technology industry and hands-on experience with installation, configuration, diagnosis, and troubleshooting PC hardware.
Topics
  • Introduction to Servers
  • Exploring the System Processing Core
  • Exploring the Storage Subsystem
  • Exploring the Communication, Power, and Input/Output Subsystems
  • Installing Servers
  • Configuring Servers
  • Maintaining Servers
  • Upgrading Server Components
  • Exploring Environmental Issues Surrounding Servers
  • Troubleshooting Servers
  • Exploring Disaster Recovery Concepts and Techniques

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