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Network-Attached Storage (NAS Celerra) Learning Path

Benefits any storage professional who deploys and manages network-attached storage (NAS) solutions in Microsoft Windows, UNIX, or iSCSI environments using EMC Celerra.
You will learn to configure and manage Celerra using CIFS, NFS, and iSCSI protocols; and consider availability, security, and NAS data replication. Prepare for your Specialist-level Storage Administrator NAS Certification.

Certification Alignment
Expert Specialist Associate N/A E20-538 Exam E20-001 Exam See Page 14

Specialist Courses
NAS Operations and Management with Celerra (Instructor-Led) Celerra Manager, Celerra CLI, basic network configuration, configuring file systems, exporting file systems to UNIX, usermapper, configuring CIFS, virtual data movers, managing permissions on CIFS-only environment, authentication, file systems quotas, CIFS features, networking features, Celerra and ISCSI, SnapSure, Celerra Replicator Celerra Platforms Architectural Overview (Prerequisite) Architectural overview of the current Celerra model family, Celerra platforms storage capacity, appendix for legacy Celerra platforms Celerra AntiVirus Agent (Prerequisite) What is a virus and how it infects a system, CAVAs components, features, tools, and utilities NAS Backup Concepts (Prerequisite) Backup terminology, tape as a backup medium, backup evolution, network data management protocol (NDMP) synopsis CLARiiON Foundations (Prerequisite) CLARiiON disk array, data protection options, I/O management, and high-availability features Connectrix Foundations (Prerequisite) Storage connectivity overview, SAN architecture and components, SAN fabric topologies, EMCs Connectrix range, securing a SAN, SAN management tools, IP-based SAN extension, SAN technical positioning Celerra Foundations (Prerequisite) Celerra architecture, theory of operations, features and functions, business continuity and backup solutions, platforms, benefits and requirements

Course Objectives
Implement Data Mover failover and basic network configurations Configure and manage Celerra file systems Export Celerra file systems for NFS and CIFS access Implement Virtual Data Movers, file system quotas on the Celerra, CIFS features, Celerra in an iSCSI environment, SnapSure, and Celerra Replicator Configure Celerra Networking features List the main components of a Celerra Describe basic Celerra operations Identify component connections List storage capacities for the Celerra Platforms Describe the Celerra AntiVirus Agent purpose, functionality, and methodology Describe the CAVA components and concepts, tools, and utilities Describe the backup process using industry-recognized terminology List the various challenges faced in the Industry surrounding backups Define the various methodologies of performing backup Explain the role of Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) Describe the basic architecture and features of a CLARiiON disk array and differentiate among the various models Illustrate the key high-availability features of the CLARiiON Use Navisphere to perform common management tasks Components, services, and FC Protocol used in a storage area network Identify fabric topologies and different types of Connectrix Products Explain how to secure a SAN using series-specific solutions Identify the concepts, architecture, terminology, and environmental aspects of NAS using the Celerra Describe Celerra features, functions, and management software offerings Discuss different Celerra business continuity options and backup solutions

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The Instructor-Led Course above is supported by the following e-Learning prerequisites:

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Instructor-Led Training Purchase Options

Celerra ValuePak CE-VALPAKNS $5,000 Includes one Instructor-Led course and six self-paced e-Learning courses.

Video-ILT (VILT)


For more information on delivery modes, see page 10

Celerra Video ValuePak CE-VIDVPKNS $3,000 Includes one Video-ILT and six self-paced e-Learning courses.
For more information on purchase options, see page 11


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