IDATA Networker Training

Posted: February 10, 2009 in Uncategorized

IDATA Resolutions will be running a NetWorker 7.x training course in Auckland on the 22-23 of April.

This is will be run by one of IDATA’s senior engineers, lab equipment will be provided.

 

The topics covered are;

 

Management Overview

¬    Why Backup

¬    Importance of recovery

¬    Role of backups in achieving high availability

 

General Backup Theory

¬    Covers theory relating to enterprise data protection

 

Product Specific Theory

¬    Covers NetWorker theory of operations, interrelationships, etc.

 

Installation, Configuration and Basic Backups

¬    Install/Config overview

¬    Getting started labs

¬    Schedules and schedule labs

 

Backup, Cloning and Staging

¬    Directives and ASMs

¬    Backup operations

¬    Using storage nodes

¬    Cloning ­ manual and automated

¬    Staging ­ manual and automated

¬    Remote administration

 

Recoveries, Disaster Recoveries and Maintenance

¬    Recoveries

¬    Techniques for disaster recovery

¬    Monitoring a NetWorker server

¬    Maintaining a NetWorker server

 

The Control Zone

¬    Overview of NetWorker data protection and control zones

¬    NetWorker Management Console

¬    Wizards

 

NetWorker Backup Modules

¬    Windows backup enhancement methods

¬    Database backup modules

 

Command Line Interface

¬    Manipulating/interacting with NetWorker via the command line

 

The cost to attend this training course is $1980 per person

 

If you have any queries or are interested in attending this training course please contact us on:

0800 222 587 or email us at training@idataresolutions.com

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