This course can be delivered in a traditional classroom or a virtual classroom. View the course in LearningCenter. You write Python programs that use the Python client library to create an aggregate, a storage virtual machine SVM , a flexible volume, a qtree, a snapshot, and so on.
This training includes classroom lecture, coding demonstrations, and hands-on programming activities. You learn about the features and benefits of Cloud Insights for hybrid cloud environments and acquire the knowledge that you need to successfully use Cloud Insights. Short videos and exercises demonstrate how you can set up and use Cloud Insights to manage your on-premises and cloud-deployed IT infrastructure.
You learn about the features and benefits of Cloud Insights and acquire the foundational knowledge that you need to successfully use Cloud Insights. This course consists of a series of short videos and exercises that demonstrate how you can set up and use Cloud Insights. You learn about the features and benefits of Cloud Insights for cloud environments and acquire the foundational knowledge that you need to successfully use Cloud Insights.
This course consists of a series of short videos and exercises that demonstrate how you can set up and use Cloud Insights to manage your cloud deployed IT infrastructure. Description: Using a series of short videos and self-paced hands-on exercises, this course enables you to configure Cloud Secure to protect your data from ransomware and insider threats through early detection and automated responses.
You learn how to identify a potential attack, run a data breach incident investigation, and access the Cloud Secure API. This course is designed for storage administrators of any experience level. The use of an Azure Internal Load Balancer and its configurations are demonstrated to show how business continuity is maintained in case of failure of a node.
To complete the hands-on portion of the course, you must create your own AWS account. You are responsible for any incurred charges for AWS resources that your account uses during the course. You also use Cloud Manager to configure automatic data tiering and replicate data between clouds.
To implement the hands-on portion of the course, you are required to create your own Microsoft Azure account. You are responsible for charges that are incurred for the Azure resources that your account uses in this course. Further, you learn how to use Cloud Manager to manage workspaces, users, and roles.
Description: This two-day, instructor-led course uses lecture and hands-on exercises to teach basic administration of a NetApp Element software cluster. You configure and maintain a cluster. You practice working with Element software features. Element Software Administration is an intermediate course in a comprehensive learning path for customers, partners, and NetApp employees.
Description: This web-based course describes the features and benefits of NetApp Element software. The course enables you to explain the architecture and functionality that you can use to simplify and automate data management at scale. Also, the course introduces the basic administration and configuration of Element software.
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Description: Cloud computing is one of the major forces impacting IT and is undisputedly a game-changer in business enterprises today. In this training, we will cover the fundamentals of cloud computing. We will start by describing the basic terminology of cloud computing and cloud service delivery models.
This will help you understand the characteristics of cloud services and the elements that should be considered prior to implementation like risk, security, privacy, compliance, performance, and vendor lock-in. Description: This online course introduces the technologies that enterprises use to store and manage data. You learn techniques and technologies for storing data and mechanisms for protecting data. You also learn about the different types of storage systems and storage networking technologies.
The course discusses key concepts of business continuity, storage security, storage management, and cloud computing. Description: This course introduces the foundational concepts of hyperconverged infrastructure HCI. You also learn about the HCI business value and about market trends. You can take this course on your mobile device. Use NetApp Cloud Manager to move and manage storage in the hybrid cloud. Learn about NetApp cloud services integrated into Cloud Manager that provide persistent storage for Kubernetes containers and enhance data protection, security, and compliance.
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The course also describes how to use NetApp Cloud Central in discussions about public cloud services. Description: In this course, you will learn the fundamental concepts of OnCommand Insight. This course contains foundational information you will need to succeed using OnCommand Insight. It does not include fundamental or basic administration topics. When you complete the pre-assessment, the results recommend the modules on which you should focus.
The course also includes a final assessment. The course also examines foundational data management concepts and frequent tasks that are performed by various roles when using data management products. The tasks include provisioning, monitoring, and protecting data on storage systems that run ONTAP software. The course was written for storage architects, storage administrators, L1 administrators, integration developers, application and database administrators, virtualization infrastructure administrators, storage consumers, and IT generalists.
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Using the CIFS protocol, you can create shares to expose the following object types for user access:. It is sometimes desirable to set a quota on the amount of disk space that an individual user or group can consume via the CIFS or NFS protocol. There are several types of quotas and various options to enforce each type of quota. The client displays a? Quotas are configured and managed via either the quota command or NetApp System Manager 1. When you modify the limits of a quota, a file system scan is not needed.
However, the file system scan is not needed only if you modify the limits on an existing quota. A report that details the current file and space consumption for each user and group that is assigned a quota and for each qtree is printed. The FAS storage controller has numerous performance counters, statistics, and other metrics. Also, various CIFS-specific performance-analysis commands are available; for example:. To collect statistics for individual clients, you must enable the cifs.
Changing some CIFS performance parameters is disruptive. Such changes can be performed only when no clients are connected. Here is an example process:. Because the CIFS protocol always uses Unicode, if a volume is not configured for Unicode support, then the controller must continuously convert between Unicode mode and non-Unicode mode.
Therefore, configuring a volume for Unicode support may increase performance. To manage user access to CIFS shares, you use the cifs command and the access parameter. Here is an example of how user access rights are evaluated:. On a file-by-file basis, access is either granted or denied. CIFS is a complex protocol that uses several TCP ports and interacts with various external systems for user authentication, Kerberos security Active Directory , and hostname resolution.
Therefore, the CIFS protocol has numerous potential points of failure; but, remarkably, it is usually very reliable. A full description of CIFS troubleshooting is outside the scope of this document. If you suspect that connectivity problems are the source of your CIFS problems, you can try the following commands:. Another potential issue is filed access permissions. This configuration, which is called? Because the controller includes sophisticated mappings between Windows and UNIX user names and file system permissions, the operation is seamless.
Of course, some unavoidable complexities arise, because Windows systems and UNIX systems use different security semantics. Some security settings and user-name mappings do need to be configured. The mappings that do not need to be configured are discussed in the Security section. Therefore, the protocols should not be the source of any multiprotocol concern. Multiprotocol access should not be the source of any performance concern. NOTE: Because the use of mixed-mode can complicate the troubleshooting of file-access problems, it is recommended that mixed-mode be used only when it is needed to accommodate a particular requirement.
To manually set or view the security style for a volume or qtree, you use the following commands:. The multiprotocol environment introduces additional complexity because the relationships between the security semantics of the users, the shares and exports, and the file system must be mapped.
Consider the following example:. Access to the share or export is either granted or denied. If the ID and the permissions are of different types for example, Windows and UNIX , then it may be necessary to map the user name to the correct type. The following diagram identifies where the user-name mapping may need to occur. Default, if the user names differ and there is no specific mapping. The wafl and cifs options grant superuser privileges on the foreign volume to Administrator and root users, respectively.
You can use the cifs sessions command to list the clients that have active CIFS connections. However, if you set the cifs. The NFS protocol is a licensed feature that must be enabled before it can be configured and used to present files for NFS client access.
The file lists all NFS exports, specifies who can access the exports, and specifies privilege levels for example, read-write or read-only. NOTE: Any volume or qtree and so on that is to be exported is listed in the configuration file. Here are some examples of their use:. With the NFS protocol, you can create exports to expose the following object types for user access:.
Various NFS-specific performance-analysis commands are available; for example:. The script is run on a client system. To collect statistics for individual clients, you must enable the nfs. For detailed information about the controller-performance commands that are not specific to NFS for example, sysstat, stats, and statit , refer to the Data ONTAP section.
Performance testing is a complex topic that is beyond the scope of this document. Nevertheless, you can perform some very basic performance analysis by using the following procedure from the NFS client :. Traditionally, security has been seen as a weak spot for the NFS protocol, but recent versions of NFS support very strong security. The traditional security model is called? Here is a summary of the differences between the two security models:.
This scenario implies that the authentication process on the NFS client is trusted and that the NFS client is not an impostor. NOTE: If you wish to configure Kerberos mode for user authentication, then the system time on the storage controller must be within five minutes of the system time on the Kerberos server. This requirement is inherited from the Kerberos protocol. This is a two-step process; for example:. NFS is a complex protocol that uses several TCP ports and interacts with various external systems for user authentication, Kerberos security, and hostname resolution.
As such, NFS has numerous potential points of failure, but, remarkably, it is usually very reliable. A full description of NFS troubleshooting is outside the scope of this document. This command, which is run from the controller, displays low-level statistics that are useful in debugging amount problems. These learning points focus on data protection concepts. However, the section is not limited to the exam topics. Rather, it also summarizes information about a range of NetApp technologies.
Figure 14 highlights the main subjects covered in the exam white text and the range of topics covered within each subject black text. A Snapshot copy is a read-only image of a volume or an aggregate. The copy captures the state of the file system at a point in time.
Many Snapshot copies may be kept online or vaulted to another system, to be used for rapid data recovery, as required. NetApp Snapshot technology is particularly efficient, providing for instant creation of Snapshot copies with near-zero capacity overhead. And, a Snapshot copy is a root inode that references the data blocks on the disk.
The data blocks that are referenced by a Snapshot copy are locked against overwriting, so any update to the active file system AFS is written to other locations on the disk. When you create a volume, a default Snapshot schedule is created.
However, you can modify or disable the default settings to satisfy your local backup requirements. The default schedule creates four-hourly Snapshot copies at , , , and and retains 6 total, a daily Snapshot copy at Monday through Saturday and Sunday if a weekly Snapshot copy is not taken , retaining 2 at a time and zero weekly Snapshot copies if created, these would occur at on Sunday.
You should then use a tool such as SnapDrive to initiate the Snapshot copies from the host. A percentage of every new volume and every new aggregate is reserved for storing Snapshot data. Snapshot reserve.? You can modify the default values by running the snap reserve command. The Snapshot copies can consume more space than the initial reserve value specifies. NOTE: Some special types of Snapshot copies for example, Snapshot copies created with SnapMirror and SnapVault software are created and managed by the storage controller and should not be interfered with.
Snapshot copies that are created with SnapDrive and SnapManager software should not be managed from the storage controller. These Snapshot copies are created, retained, and deleted under the control of the host and application integration agents. Because the copies contain consistent backup images that are being retained by schedules and policies on the agents, they should not be deleted manually.
Typically, because Snapshot technology is very efficient, the creation, retention, and deletion of Snapshot copies make no significant impact on performance. By definition, a Snapshot copy is a read-only view of the state of the file system at the time that the copy was created. Therefore, the contents of the copy cannot be modified by end-users. User access to the data in a Snapshot copy is controlled by the file system security settings for example, NTFS ACLs that were in place when the Snapshot copy was created.
NOTE: If the security style of the volume changes after the Snapshot copy is created, then the users may not be able to access the file system view in the Snapshot directory unless their user-name mapping is configured to allow them to access the foreign security style. This problem arises because the previous security settings are preserved in the Snapshot view.
The storage administrator can configure the visibility of the Snapshot directory for NAS clients. The following commands either enable or disable client access to the Snapshot directory:. The default volume settings do allow the Snapshot directory to be seen by the NAS protocols. Use the following command to disable the Snapshot directory per volume:.
Use the following command to enable the Snapshot directory. Use the following command to disable the Snapshot directory per volume. Usually, there are no problems with creating Snapshot copies per se, but complications can arise. These complications are usually a result of incorrect scheduling or lack of disk space.
If the file system is corrupt, you may not be able to use the LUN Snapshot copy to recover data. You should use a tool such as SnapDrive to initiate the LUN Snapshot copies from the host so the tool can flush the local file system buffers to disk. The host that accesses a LUN assumes that it has exclusive control over the contents of the LUN and the available free space.
However, as Snapshot copies are created, more and more of the space in the containing volume is consumed. If the Snapshot copies are not managed correctly, they eventually consume all of the space in the volume. If all of the space in a volume is consumed and the host attempts to write to a LUN within the volume, an? The controller then takes the LUN offline in an attempt to prevent data corruption.
The SnapRestore feature enables you to use Snapshot copies to recover data quickly. Entire volumes, individual files, and LUNs can be restored in seconds, regardless of the size of the data. SnapRestore is a licensed feature that must be enabled before it can be configured and used. Therefore, the feature cannot be enabled or disabled at a per-volume level. The only prerequisite for using the SnapRestore feature other than licensing is the existence of Snapshot copies.
The SnapRestore feature restores data from Snapshot copies. Snapshot copies that you have not created or retained cannot be used to restore data. The SnapRestore feature is an extension of the snap command. The command, when used with the restore parameter, can restore an entire volume or an individual file or LUN from a Snapshot copy. The SnapRestore feature recovers only volume and file content. It does not recover the following settings:.
All Snapshot copies that were created between the time that the Snapshot backup copy was created and the time that the Snapshot backup copy was used to restore the AFS are deleted. When using the SnapRestore feature, be very careful! You cannot back out of your changes. Using the SnapRestore feature to restore one file may impact subsequent snapshot delete performance.
Before a Snapshot copy is deleted, the active maps across all Snapshot copies must be checked for active blocks that are related to the restored file. This performance impact may be visible to the hosts that access the controller, depending on the workload and scheduling. After you perform a SnapRestore operation at the volume or file level , the file system metadata, such as security settings and timestamps, are reverted to exactly what they were when the Snapshot copy that was used to perform the restore was created.
Security settings: The security settings of the file have been reverted to their earlier values. If you suspect that the revision may have created a problem, you should review the security settings. File timestamps: After reversion, the file timestamps are invalid for incremental backups. If you are using a third-party backup tool, so you should run a full backup. Virus scanning: If a virus-infected file was captured in the Snapshot copy, it is restored in its infected state whether or not it was cleaned after the Snapshot copy was created.
You should schedule a virus scan on any recovered file or volume. Because the volume remains online and writeable during the SnapRestore activity, there is always the possibility that users may access files on the volume as the restore process is in progress. This overlap can cause file corruption and can generate NFS errors such as? There are several methods of avoiding or correcting such issues:. The SnapRestore destination volume cannot be a SnapMirror destination volume.
The SnapMirror product family enables you to replicate data from one volume to another volume or, typically, from a local controller to a remote controller. Thus, SnapMirror products provide a consistent, recoverable, offsite disaster-recovery capability. SnapMirror is a licensed feature that must be enabled before it can be configured and used. The SnapMirror feature actually has two licenses.
The first is a for-charge license that provides the asynchronous replication capability, and the second is a no-charge license that provides the synchronous and semi-synchronous capabilities. The no-charge license is available only if the for-charge license is purchased. NOTE: The SnapMirror feature must be licensed on both the source and the destination systems for example, production and disaster recovery systems.
By default, the SnapMirror feature uses a TCP connection to send the replication data between the two controllers. However, customers with access to inter-site Fibre connections can install the model X FC adapter and replicate it across the optical media. The second step after licensing in configuring a volume SnapMirror relationship is to create the destination volume.
The source and destination volume may be located on the same controller for data migration or on different controllers for disaster recovery. To create a restricted mode destination volume, run the following commands on the destination system:. NOTE: For a qtree SnapMirror relationship, the destination volume remains in an online and writeable state not restricted and the destination qtrees are created automatically when the baseline transfer is performed.
You need to know what the requirements and states of the source and destination volumes are and to understand how the requirements and states of volume SnapMirror relationships and qtree SnapMirror relationships can differ.
These actions prevent the inadvertent resizing of the destination volume. Resizing can cause problems when if the relationship is resynchronized. Before you can enable a SnapMirror relationship, you must configure the SnapMirror access control between the primary and secondary storage controllers. For a description of the required settings, refer to the Security section. After the source and destination volumes are defined, you can configure the SnapMirror relationship.
As you configure the relationship, you also perform the initial baseline transfer, copying all of the data from the source volume to the destination volume. When the baseline transfer is completed, the destination volume is an exact replica of the source volume at that point in time.
Next, you must configure the ongoing replication relationship. The SnapMirror replication parameters are defined in the snapmirror. As shown in Figure 19, the SnapMirror relationship can operate in any of three modes, performing asynchronous, synchronous, or semi-synchronous replication.
NOTE: For descriptions of the various replication options such as schedule definitions or throughput throttling , refer to the product documentation. It is possible to configure the SnapMirror feature to use two redundant data paths for replication traffic.
The paths are configured in the snapmirror. The following keywords are used. Failover: The first path that is specified is active. The second path is in standby mode and becomes active only if the first path fails. A SnapMirror relationship can be administered from either the source or the destination system, although some functions are available only on their respective systems.
You use the snapmirror status command to display the state of the currently defined SnapMirror relationships, as shown in Figure The Lag column identifies the amount of time that has elapsed since the last successful replication of the Snapshot source-volume copy that is managed by the SnapMirror relationship.
The snapmirror command is used to manage all aspects of the SnapMirror relationship, such as suspending or restarting the replication or destroying the relationship. The following are examples of common snapmirror functions:. The command temporarily pauses the replication. The destination volume remains read-only.
The command stops the replication and converts the destination volume to a writable state. The synchronization overwrites the new data on the controller on which the command was executed bringing the execution-controller volume back into sync with the opposite volume. The following is one example of a process to create a consistent Snapshot copy at the destination of a qtree SnapMirror relationship:. In this case, the process can be performed with no disruption to the application. One of the challenges in a new SnapMirror configuration is the transfer of the baseline copy from the source to the destination system.
Although the WAN connection may be adequate to handle the incremental synchronization traffic, it may not be adequate to complete the baseline transfer in a timely manner. In this case, you might consider using the SnapMirror to Tape function.
This method can use physical tape media to perform the initial baseline transfer. After the initial baseline transfer is completed, incremental synchronization occurs. The initial baseline transfer is usually constrained by the bandwidth of the connection, and the incremental synchronization is usually constrained by the latency of the connection.
The appropriate choice of SnapMirror mode synchronous, semi-synchronous, or asynchronous is often driven by the latency of the WAN connection. Because latency increases over distance, latency effectively limits the synchronous mode to a range of less than km. If you require a?
In contrast, the asynchronous mode uses scheduled replication and is not affected by connection latency. One way to improve asynchronous performance is to increase the interval between the replication times. Does this increase allow for? Data is rewritten throughout the day, but only the latest version is included in the less frequent replication schedules.
In contrast to flexible volumes, the physical characteristics of traditional volumes affect SnapMirror performance. The parameter controls the view of the data on the destination system. Even after the data is received, the destination file-system view is not updated until the visibility interval elapses. The default visibility interval is three minutes, with a minimum setting of 30 seconds. Reducing the internal is not recommended because deviation from the default value can have a detrimental impact on controller performance.
Before you can enable the replication relationship, you must configure the SnapMirror access control between the source and destination storage controllers. The source controller needs to grant access to the destination controller so that the destination controller can. And the destination controller needs to grant access to the source controller so that the replication relationship can be reversed after a disaster event is resolved synchronizing back from the disaster recovery site to the production site.
Use of the keyword causes the system to refer to the snapmirror. The traffic between the source and destination controllers is not encrypted. The DataFort security system is designed to encrypt data-at-rest, not data-in-transit.
An encrypting Ethernet switch is used to encrypt data-at-rest. Comprehensive logging of all SnapMirror activity is enabled by default. The log can be disabled by executing the following command:. The snapmirror status command displays the current status of all SnapMirror relationships. Some status information is available only on the destination controller.
A SnapMirror relationship passes through several defined stages as it initializes the baseline transfer level-0 , synchronizes data level-1 , and possibly reestablishes a broken mirror. The details of the process of troubleshooting and rectification are determined by the stage that the relationship was in when the failure occurred. For example, if communications failed during the initial baseline transfer, then the destination is incomplete. In this case, you must rerun the initialization, rather than trying to re-establish synchronization to the incomplete mirror.
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