Course ID 01122329
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VILT - Virtual Instructor Led, 5 days
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Skill level Intermediate
Delivery languages English
Lab required Yes
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Course description

The Integrating HPE Composable Infrastructure 19.21 course is five days in duration and includes lectures and hands-on activities in the ratio of approximately 25/75 (lecture/activities). Hands-on include working with HPE Synergy hardware, HPE 3PAR storage, and OneView DCS 4.2.

The purpose of the course is to teach the candidate how to:
  • Describe the mainstream HPE enterprise compute product portfolio.
  • Review and validate design for compute solution implementation.
  • Install, configure, and set up HPE compute solutions.
  • Troubleshoot HPE compute solutions.
  • Demonstrate how monitor, maintain, and manage solutions.

Ideal candidate for this course

The ideal candidate typically has a minimum of three years of design and/or operational experience or equivalent in at least one of the core HPE areas (Server, Storage, and Networking) and six months integration and/or implementation experience or equivalent in other HPE solutions and technologies.

Suggested prerequisites

01120590: Building HPE Hybrid IT Solutions, Rev. 18.41; 01120612: Introduction to HPE SMB Hybrid IT Architectures, Rev. 18.41; & 01113500: Using HPE OneView, Rev. 18.11

Topics

  • Module 1: HPE Server Portfolio 
    After completing this module, you should be able to describe mainstream HPE compute products, including:
    •    HPE ProLiant ML/DL systems
    •    HPE Superdome Flex
    •    HPE SimpliVity
    •    HPE Apollo
    •    HPE Synergy

    This module contains the following labs:
    •    Lab 1: Exploring Synergy Composable Infrastructure (real hardware).
    •    Lab 2: Using iLO Management Processor (real hardware).
    •    Lab 3: Installing an Operating System using HPE Intelligent Provisioning (real hardware).
  • Module 2: Installing and Configuring HPE Synergy
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe the process of preparing HPE Synergy for configuration.
    • Explain the HPE Synergy configuration process.
    • Identify and explain key HPE Virtual Connect technologies.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 4: Configuring HPE Synergy Platform (DC simulator).
  • Module 3:  Storage Solutions for HPE Servers
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe the components and configuration process of D3940.
    • Discuss the concepts and configuration process of HPE 3PAR StoreServ. 
    • Explain the basics of a Nimble arrays and integration with HPE OneView.
    • Describe volume management using HPE Composer.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 5: Configuring HPE StoreServ using SSMC and HPE OneView.
  • Module 4: Server Profile Management
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe the server profile template and the server profile concept.
    • Explain the process of creating a server profile template.
    • Discuss profile management operations.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 6: Server profile management (real hardware).
  • Module 5: HPE Synergy Image Streamer
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe HPE Image Streamer’s features.
    • Explain the configuration process of HPE Image Streamer.
    • Use the HPE Image Streamer interface.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 7: Using Image Streamer (real hardware).
  • Module 6: Introduction to the Virtualization  
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Explain basic virtualization concepts.
    • Identify vCenter Server deployment and configuration steps.
    • Describe the datastore concept.
    • Discuss how to create a VMware Cluster.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 8: Deploying and configuring virtualization components (real hardware)
  • Module 7: Advanced Management Tools for HPE Synergy Platform 
    After completing this module, you should be able to describe features of the: 
    • HPE OneView for vCenter Server
    • HPE Global Dashboard
    • HPE iLO Amplifier Pack
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 9: WModule 8: Managing and Troubleshooting the Infrastructure  orking with the HPE OneView for vCenter Server and Hypervisor Profiles 
    • Lab 10: Working with the HPE Global Dashboard (real hardware)
  • Module 8: Managing and Troubleshooting the Infrastructure
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe role- and scope-based access control.
    • Identify tools and methods to interact with the HPE Synergy platform through the API.
    • Talk about troubleshooting tools and methods.
    • Explain Remote Support features.
    • Discuss InfoSight for Servers.
    This module contains the following labs:
    • Lab 11: Managing the Synergy Lifecycle (DC simulator)
    • Lab 12: Managing HPE Synergy resources using the API (DC simulator)

Objectives

After you successfully complete this course, expect to be able to:
• Describe the mainstream HPE enterprise compute product portfolio.
• Review and validate design for compute solution implementation.
• Install, configure, and set up HPE compute solutions.
• Troubleshoot HPE compute solutions.
• Demonstrate how monitor, maintain, and manage solutions.

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