Veritas Cluster Server 6.x Fundamentals Workshop (Solaris / Linux)
Duration: 3 Days
Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) enables an organization to monitor systems and application services, and to restart services on a different system when hardware or software fails. The key to understanding VCS is to learn the various components and how they interact with one another. These include: clusters, resources and resource types, service groups, agents, and communications (GAB and LLT). This course covers the installation of VCS, configuration methods for service groups, configuring notification and troubleshooting problems.
Note that a more comprehensive (5 day) version of this course is also available.
Topics Covered In This Course
Cluster Server Concepts
VCS Building Blocks
Preparing For VCS Implementation
VCS Configuration Methods
Preparing Services For High Availability
Handling Resource Faults
Intelligent Monitoring Framework (IMF)
Coordination Point Server (CPS)
What You Can Expect
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
Who Should Take This Course
This workshop is intended for system administrators and technical support staff who will be deploying and/or managing a VCS infrastructure or applications made highly available using VCS.
The workshop requires a prior knowledge of UNIX system administration (specifically Solaris or Linux). Experience of developing shell or Perl scripts is helpful. Furthermore, a working knowledge of VERITAS Volume Manager will be useful, although not essential.
Delivery of this course is a combination of classroom-based teaching and hands-on lab sessions.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
You can also buy "Verhoef Vouchers" to get a discounted rate for a single student in any of our public or web-based classes. Contact your account manager or our sales office for details.
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