TCI2626 – Introducing Hitachi Storage Architecture and Key Features

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HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS ACADEMY

Delivery Type   

Instructor-Led Training (ILT) OR Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

TCI2626 – Introducing Hitachi Storage Architecture and Key Features Course Highlights 

Course Length 

2 Days

Course Availability   

Employees Partners Customers

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Learn about hardware and software components of the Hitachi Data Systems virtual storage family and program product portfolio Explain principles and application of storage virtualization Describe virtualizing technology benefits and features Get an introduction to virtual storage management tools Learn about Hitachi Command Suite v8.x Describe data protection and replication offerings

Course Description Suggested Audience   

Architect Install and Support Administration

Required Knowledge and Skills 

Basic knowledge of SAN and block-oriented storage

Prerequisite Courses 

None

Supplemental Courses 

None

This 2 day course provides an overview of Hitachi block-oriented storage systems. The course introduces the architecture of Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) G1000, the enterprise model, and VSP G200, G400, G600 and G800, the midrange models. Hands-on lab activities enable you to gain practical knowledge and experience on identifying components, mapping storage volumes and connecting to the Service Processor (SVP) and Disk Controller Unit (DKC). Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:    

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Describe Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) G200–G800 hardware architecture and compare it to the Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) 100 family Describe the VSP G1000 hardware architecture Discuss the licensing model for VSP enterprise and midrange program products Distinguish the functions and use of RAID levels, Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning (HDP) and Hitachi Dynamic Tiering (HDT) volumes Describe principles of Logical Device (LDEV) ownership and how to assign and move them Describe volume virtualization layers and provisioning mechanisms Explain how to access management and maintenance tools Distinguish between Hitachi Command Suite (HCS), Hitachi Infrastructure Director (HID) and Hitachi Replication Manager (HRpM) and Hitachi Tuning Manager (HTnM)

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Describe virtualization of external storage Describe Virtual Storage Machine (VSM), Global Active Device (GAD) and nondisruptive migration (NDM) Explain the differences between Hitachi replication products (Hitachi TrueCopy, Hitachi Universal Replicator, Hitachi ShadowImage, Hitachi Thin Image)

Course Outline Content Modules

Join the Conversation Ask questions and connect with other HDS customers, partners and employees within the Hitachi Data Systems Community. Community.hds.com

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Hitachi Storage Architecture Disks, Volumes and Provisioning Storage Management Tools Storage Virtualization Replication

Learning Activities — Labs      

Technical Documentation and System Access Component Identification SVP Access Connect to VSP G200-800 Registering Array in HCS/HID Create LU Plan

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TCI2626 – Introducing Hitachi Storage Architecture and Key Features

HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS ACADEMY Delivery Type    Instructor-Led Training (ILT) OR Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) TCI2626 – Introducing Hita...

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