Store and Protect Cluster Data (v6) - ADM 201

Store and Protect Cluster Data (v6) - ADM 201

Learn how to design and implement a volume plan; snapshots for protection against user or application errors, and mirror volumes for load balancing, backup, or disaster recovery.

About this Course

This course begins by teaching you about volumes and topology, and how to design and implement a volume plan to manage your data. It then covers snapshots, which provide protection against user or application errors. Finally, you will learn how to use mirror volumes for load balancing, deployment, backup, or disaster recovery. This is the second of five courses in the Cluster Administration Series.

What's Covered

Course Lessons Lab Activities

5: Work with Volumes

Overview of Volumes
Volume Placement (Topology)
Attributes for Standard Volumes
Design a Volume Plan
Create and Configure Volumes

 

Configure Node Topology
Create Volumes and Set Quotas

6: Work with Snapshots

Describe How Snapshots Work
Create and Schedule Snapshots
Use and Maintain Snapshots

 

Work with Snapshots
Restore Data from a Snapshot

7: Work with Mirrors

Describe How Mirrors Work
Configure and Use Local Mirrors
Use Remote Mirrors

 

Configure Local Mirrors

Prerequisites

  • Best results when this course is taken after completing ADM 200  in the Data Fabric Cluster Admin series
  • Completion of Intro to Big Data  and Apache Hadoop Essentials  is recommended
  • Basic Hadoop knowledge and intermediate Linux knowledge
  • Experience using a text editor such as vi
  • Familiarity with command-line options such as mv, cp, ssh, grep, cd, and useradd

Curriculum

  • Lesson 5 - Work with Volumes
  • Quiz 5
  • Lesson 6 - Work with Snapshots
  • Quiz 6
  • Lesson 7 - Work with Mirrors
  • Quiz 7
  • Course Materials
  • Lab Guide
  • Lab Environment Setup Guide
  • Course Sandboxes

About this Course

This course begins by teaching you about volumes and topology, and how to design and implement a volume plan to manage your data. It then covers snapshots, which provide protection against user or application errors. Finally, you will learn how to use mirror volumes for load balancing, deployment, backup, or disaster recovery. This is the second of five courses in the Cluster Administration Series.

What's Covered

Course Lessons Lab Activities

5: Work with Volumes

Overview of Volumes
Volume Placement (Topology)
Attributes for Standard Volumes
Design a Volume Plan
Create and Configure Volumes

 

Configure Node Topology
Create Volumes and Set Quotas

6: Work with Snapshots

Describe How Snapshots Work
Create and Schedule Snapshots
Use and Maintain Snapshots

 

Work with Snapshots
Restore Data from a Snapshot

7: Work with Mirrors

Describe How Mirrors Work
Configure and Use Local Mirrors
Use Remote Mirrors

 

Configure Local Mirrors

Prerequisites

  • Best results when this course is taken after completing ADM 200  in the Data Fabric Cluster Admin series
  • Completion of Intro to Big Data  and Apache Hadoop Essentials  is recommended
  • Basic Hadoop knowledge and intermediate Linux knowledge
  • Experience using a text editor such as vi
  • Familiarity with command-line options such as mv, cp, ssh, grep, cd, and useradd

Curriculum

  • Lesson 5 - Work with Volumes
  • Quiz 5
  • Lesson 6 - Work with Snapshots
  • Quiz 6
  • Lesson 7 - Work with Mirrors
  • Quiz 7
  • Course Materials
  • Lab Guide
  • Lab Environment Setup Guide
  • Course Sandboxes