SUSE Enterprise Storage Basic Operations/SES201v6


SUSE Enterprise Storage Basic Operations Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 2-day SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 Basic Operations Training course from Koenig Solutions accredited by SUSE. In this course you will learn about SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 and provides them with the skills to access, administer and monitor a basic storage cluster. This course will prepare participants to take and pass the SUSE Certified Administrator (SCA) in Enterprise Storage 6 exam

Target Audience:

Attendees should have Linux System Administration skills equivalent to SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 15. Familiarity with other storage solutions and distributed filesystems is helpful but not essential.

Learning Objectives:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand SES 6 components and architecture
  • Understand and use RADOS, OSDs, Monitors and Ceph data placement
  • Create, manage, and manipulate storage pools
  • Fine-tune the CRUSH map for optimum data durability
  • Use Erasure Coding
  • Manage and Monitor the SES cluster using the Ceph Dashboard
  • Understand and troubleshoot common problems

 


SUSE Enterprise Storage Basic Operations (16 Hours) Download Course Contents

Instructor - Led Online Training Fee For Both Group Training & 1-on-1 Training 950
Group Training

03,04 May
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)

07,08 Jun
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)

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1-on-1 Training (GTR)
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8 Hours
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12 PM


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Course Prerequisites

Attendees should have Linux System Administration skills equivalent to SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 15. Familiarity with other storage solutions and distributed filesystems is helpful but not essential.