8720 File Management Suite – eDirectory – 2days

Pris: 12.800 sek

Course Description

This course provides learning experiences for those interested in learning about the Novell File Management Suite which includes the following: Novell Storage Manager and Novell File Reporter.

The course guides students in their learning about product installation and configuration and the development and deployment of storage related policies and reports.

At the conclusion of the course, students should be able to install and configure File Management Suite applications; to navigate application management consoles; to develop, test, and deploy file management policies; and to generate applicable reports.

Students registering for this course should have a basic understanding of Windows and Linux-based file systems as well as experience with the eDirectory directory service. Active Directory experience is a plus.

Course Information

Delivery Method: Virtual Classroom, Classroom

Course Duration: 2 days

Course Level: Intermediate

Key Objectives

Upon completing the course, students should be comfortable with installing and configuring File Management applications. After install, students should have a basis for planning file management strategies within their organizations. Once the strategy is developed, students should feel confident using the management tools to develop, test and deploy policies and to generate and utilize file management reports.

Audience Summary

The audience for this course is system administrators who focus on the management and maintenance of file system content. In addition, those in an organization responsible for tracking the cost of data storage will be interested in this course.

Course Outline

The following topics are covered in this course:

  1. Novell Storage Manager
  2. Novell File Reporter

Course Prerequisites

Those participating in this course should have a solid understanding of Windows and Linux file systems, how to create and manage them, how to share and move data among file system resources, and file system rights. In addition, experience with eDirectory is required including understanding user context. Experience with VMWare is helpful.