IBM TotalStorage DS8000 Implementation Workshop for Open Systems

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Schedule:
Daytime
Run time:
4 Days
Location type:
Open

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Course Description:

To learn about the DS8000 storage subsystem and its hardware components and logical structure for open systems hosts. Students will configure hosts and fixed block logical unit numbers (LUNs) for the DS8000 storage subsystem using a DS8000 Storage Manager graphical user interface (GUI) and review the DS command line interface (DSCLI) for scripting configuration functions. Configuration can be handled online or offline, with import and export capabilities for configuration files created in the offline configuration simulator.

This is an intermediate course for storage administrators, systems programmers, IBM System Engineers (SE), and support groups responsible for installat…

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Description

Course Description:

To learn about the DS8000 storage subsystem and its hardware components and logical structure for open systems hosts. Students will configure hosts and fixed block logical unit numbers (LUNs) for the DS8000 storage subsystem using a DS8000 Storage Manager graphical user interface (GUI) and review the DS command line interface (DSCLI) for scripting configuration functions. Configuration can be handled online or offline, with import and export capabilities for configuration files created in the offline configuration simulator.

This is an intermediate course for storage administrators, systems programmers, IBM System Engineers (SE), and support groups responsible for installation and maintenance of the DS6000 in the open systems environment.

Objetives:

  • Give details on the DS8000 storage subsystem hardware components and architecture
  • Describe the virtualization concepts of the IBM System Storage DS8000
  • Use the DSCLI commands to configure the DS8000 subsystem
  • Use the DS Storage Management GUI to configure the DS8000 subsystem
  • Configure the DS8000 for performance
  • Attach open systems hosts to the DS8000
  • Use multipath operations and SDD
  • Use the DS8000 Copy Services functions
    • FlashCopy
    • Remote Mirror
  • Use the DSCLI for Copy Services commands
  • Discuss the System z attachment considerations

This course includes the following modules:

Course Topics

  • IBM TotalStorage DS8000 Implementation for open systems introduction
  • IBM DS family and DS8000 overview
  • IBM DS8000 architecture and hardware overview
  • IBM DS8000 virtualization, configuration, and planning
  • IBM DS8000 Storage Manager graphical user interface
  • IBM SSPC System Storage Productivity Center
  • IBM DS8000 command line interface
  • Configure the IBM DS8000 for open systems environment
  • IBM DS8000 Copy Services
  • IBM DS8000 performance and tuning

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