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Course Outline

HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric Cluster Administration

Course Code

HG7E0X

Description

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Period

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Duration

3

Price

45,000 Baht

Class

Online

Language

Thai

COURSE OVERVIEW

Gain the knowledge and skills required to plan, install, maintain, and manage a secure HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric cluster. Using lecture and labs, you learn how to design and install a cluster, and perform pre- and post-installation testing. You configure users and groups, and work with key features of an HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric cluster, including volumes, snapshots and mirrors—including how to use remote mirrors for disaster recovery. This course also covers monitoring and maintaining disks and nodes, and troubleshooting basic cluster problems.

 

AUDIENCE

The audience for the basic cluster administration course is system administrators who will be creating and maintaining an HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric cluster environment.

 

PREREQUISITES

  • Basic Hadoop knowledge andintermediate Linux knowledge
  • Experience using a Linux text editor suchas vi
  • Familiarity with the Linux command lineoptions such as mv, cp, ssh, grep, anduseradd
  • Laptop with internet access and aninstalled browser

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course, the participant is expected to acquire basic cluster administration skills, including the following.

  • Audit and prepare cluster hardware prior toinstallation
  • Run pre-installation tests to verifyperformance
  • Plan a service layout according to clusterconfiguration and business needs
  • Describe the primary architecturalcomponents of a HPE Data Fabric installation(nodes, storage pools, volumes, containers,chunks, blocks)
  • Use the UI installer to install the HPE EzmeralData Fabric distribution
  • Define and implement an appropriate nodetopology
  • Define and implement an appropriate volumetopology
  • Set permissions and quotas for users and groups
  • Set up email and alerts
  • Locate and review configuration files used by the cluster
  • Start and stop services
  • Use Hadoop commands to perform basic functions
  • Use “maprcli” commands to perform basic functions
  • Use the MCS
  • Assist with data ingestion
  • Configure, monitor, and respond to alerts
  • Detect and replace failed disks
  • Detect and replace failed nodes
  • Create and delete snapshots using both maprcli and the MCS
  • Create and delete mirrors using both maprcli and the MCS
  • Use mirrors and snapshots for data protection
  • Create and implement a disaster recovery plan
  • Add, remove, and upgrade ecosystem components
  • Monitor and tune job performance
  • Set up NFS access to the cluster

 

Course Outline

 

Lesson 0: Getting Started

  • Course introduction
  • Prepare HPE MyRoom
  • Prepare/access your lab environment

 

Lesson 1: Introduction to the HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric

  • Key components of HDFS
  • Key components of HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric File System
  • Compare and contrast HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric File System and HDFS

 

Lesson 2: Prepare for Installation

  • Select a security mode
  • Plan a service layout
  • Prepare and verify cluster hardware
  • Test nodes

 

Lesson 3: Install a HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric Cluster

  • Use of Installer
  • Performing a manual installation
  • License the cluster

 

Lesson 4: Verify and Test the Cluster

  • Verify cluster status
  • Run post-Install benchmark tests
  • Explore the cluster

 

Lesson 5: Work with Volumes

  • Overview of volumes
  • Volume placement (topology)
  • Attributes for standard volumes
  • Designing a volume plan
  • Creating and configuring volumes
  • Data tiering

 

Lesson 6: Work with Snapshots

  • How snapshots work
  • Create and schedule Snapshot
  • Use and maintaining snapshots

 

Lesson 7: Work with Mirrors

  • How mirrors work
  • Configure and use local mirrors
  • Remote mirrors
  • Remote mirrors and disaster recovery

 

Lesson 8: Configure Users and Cluster Parameters

  • Manage users and groups
  • Access Control Expressions (ACEs)
  • User and group quotas
  • Configure policy based security
  • Configuring topology and email

 

Lesson 9: Configure Cluster Access

  • Accessing cluster data
  • Configure virtual IP addresses
  • Setup client access

 

Lesson 10: Monitor and Manage the Cluster

  • Using the MCS and CLI
  • Monitoring using data fabric features
  • Configure and respond to alarms

 

Lesson 11: Disk and Node Maintenance

  • Adding disks
  • Replacing failed disks
  • Remove or maintain nodes
  • Adding nodes

 

Lesson 12: Troubleshoot Cluster Problems

  • Basic troubleshooting
  • Tools and utilities

 

LAB Outline

 

Lesson 0: Welcome to Class

  • Lab 0.1: Prepare HPE MyRoom
  • Lab 0.2 : Prepare/access lab environment

 

Lesson 1: Introduction to the HPE Data Fabric

  • No labs

 

Lesson 2: Prepare for Installation

  • Lab 2.2: Plan a service layout
  • Lab 2.3: Audit the cluster
  • Lab 2.4: Run pre-install tests

 

Lesson 3: Install the Data Fabric

  • Lab 3.3: Install and license a secure cluster

 

Lesson 4: Verify and Test the Cluster

  • Lab 4.2: Run RWSpeedTest
  • Lab 4.3: Explore the cluster

 

Lesson 5: Work with Volumes

  • Lab 5.2: Configure node topology
  • Lab 5.5: Create volumes and set quotas

 

Lesson 6: Snapshots

  • Lab 6.2: Work with snapshots
  • Lab 6.3: Restore data from a snapshot

 

Lesson 7: Work with Mirrors

  • Lab 7.2:Configure local mirrors

 

Lesson 8: Configure Cluster Settings

  • Lab 8.1: Set up users and groups
  • Lab 8.2: Control access to the cluster

 

Lesson 9: Configure Cluster Access

  • Lab 9.2: Configure VIPs

 

Lesson 10: Monitor and Manage the Cluster

  • Lab 10.3: Configure alerts

 

Lesson 11: Disk and Node Maintenance

  • Lab 11.2: Replace a failed disk

 

Lesson 12: Troubleshoot Cluster Problems

  • Lab 12.1: Troubleshooting
  • Lab 12.2: Collect logs for support

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