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The HP data protector course aids the establishment of HP data protector with minimum hardware requirements. The data protector finds its use in backup Exchange, SQL Server, File server and many more. The training program aims at delivering an overall understanding related to HP DP wherein you will get the know-how of how one can get the installation done along with a comprehension of the varied constituents of installation. It also encompasses the understanding of the components required for troubleshooting purposes. 

The HP data protector certification training offers a dissection of HP data protector solution which involves a deep synopsis of the same and also follows some introductory notes regarding the HP data protector software. With the help of the training, the storage administrators and the system administrators get assistance with the arrangement and positioning of HP data protector software and how they can lead the same towards ultimate success. The functionality of the software along with the reservation and recovery ideas, the application of the software instead of the classic storage options, all of this and many more components are looked after as far as the HP data protector training is concerned. 

MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE HP DATA PROTECTOR TRAINING

The major objectives of the HP data protector certification training are as follows:

  • With the help of the training, the candidates will be able to run fixes and allotment of HP data protector software in the main settings. 

  • Learners will also get familiar with the execution of an upgrade from an archaic HP data protector type. 

  • Get insight into the organization and management of HP data protector software products. 

  • Learners will learn regarding the exhibition of Tape and Disk built backup solutions that can go well along with the HP Data protector software. 

  • Learners can perform a variety of functions that include restoration, hold up and guidance from the GUI and command line through the utilization of HP data protector software products. 

  • Candidates will get total comprehension related to the management and supervision of the HP data protector software. 

  • Comprehend the recovery market demands and tasks associated with Big data and Human information and provide backup too.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HP DATA PROTECTOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

The necessary requirements that are needed in order to take the HP data protector training are as follows:

  • For every interested individual, it is mandatory to have experience as a system administrator or network administrator or any other equivalent experience.

BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH THE HP DATA PROTECTOR CERTIFICATION

The major benefits associated with the HP data protector certification are as follows:

  • One of the major benefits associated with the HP data protector certification is that it allows professionals the scope to build on their IT service management skills that are necessary in order to achieve excellence and expertise as  HP data protector.

  • Another important benefit associated with the HP data protector certification is it allows professionals the scope to venture into new opportunities and possibilities that can create an everlasting impact on their work portfolio. They can be a part of greater opportunities as they will have all the desired skills and knowledge required to work successfully.

  • Having certification and skills can garner recognition in the workplace. You can get credits for the work that you perform and therefore there are various opportunities that one can make use of in order to gain experiences or to get going on the road of self-development n growth.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS 

  • The course curriculum is custom-built to deliver industry-centric exposure that allows professionals the scope to venture into the real work environment where they can apply what they have learnt to become a part of the work culture without many efforts.

  • The training is delivered by industry experts who are working professionals and have secured more than 20 years of industry experience. The trainers are highly professional and experienced to deliver practical learning environments with contemporary tactics. This approach can transform the way you learn and therefore you are able to achieve desired results.

  • The training session is planned in accordance with the participants. The training is flexible and therefore the working professionals can make use of this in order to achieve a balance and equilibrium between their work and study.

  • Career guidance is offered in order to develop industry understanding. This ensures that the candidates are well aware of the career prospects that the course has to offer and they can stroll as per their preference.

  • Apart from the training, the course comes with all the essential course ware that is required in order to get an overall comprehension of the course. The course ware includes the in-house published materials along with study E-kit that comprises all the sample papers, mock test papers and practice papers. These are highly recommended for getting the desired results.

  • The participants can go for a demo session that they can take before the commencement of the course in order to get an idea regarding the training session.



Curriculum

  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • Chapter - 1
  • HP Adaptive Backup and Recovery Solutions
  • Chapter - 1.1
  • Data Protector 9.0
  • Chapter - 1.2
  • HP Backup Navigator
  • Chapter - 1.3
  • Data Protector Management pack
  • Chapter - 2
  • HP Data Protector Architecture
  • Chapter - 2.1
  • Backup and Replication Methods
  • Chapter - 2.2
  • The Cell Concept
  • Chapter - 2.3
  • Data Protector Architecture
  • Chapter - 2.4
  • Cell Manager and Installation Server
  • Chapter - 2.5
  • Disk, Media and Integration Agents
  • Chapter - 2.6
  • Internal Database
  • Chapter - 2.7
  • Typical Data Protector session
  • Chapter - 2.8
  • Data Protector tuning
  • Chapter - 3
  • Licensing and Product Structure
  • Chapter - 3.1
  • Data Protector licensing
  • Chapter - 3.2
  • Product Structure overview
  • Chapter - 3.3
  • License Reporting and checking
  • Chapter - 4
  • Quick Start
  • Chapter - 4.1
  • Concept Backup Specification
  • Chapter - 4.2
  • Configure Media Pool and Device
  • Chapter - 4.3
  • Configure and run a Backup
  • Chapter - 4.4
  • Monitor the Backup session
  • Chapter - 4.5
  • Start a Restore
  • Chapter - 4.6
  • Run a Single Session Report
  • Chapter - 5
  • HP Data Protector Software Installation
  • Chapter - 5.1
  • Installation Overview, Planning, and Methods
  • Chapter - 5.2
  • Cell Manager Installation on Windows
  • Chapter - 5.3
  • Cell Manager Installation on Unix
  • Chapter - 5.4
  • Client Push Installation
  • Chapter - 5.5
  • Export and Import of Clients
  • Chapter - 5.6
  • Adding Components to Clients
  • Chapter - 6
  • Upgrade
  • Chapter - 6.1
  • Upgrade Overview
  • Chapter - 6.2
  • Supported Upgrade Paths
  • Chapter - 6.3
  • Upgrading a Windows Cell Manager
  • Chapter - 6.4
  • Upgrading a Unix Cell Manager
  • Chapter - 6.5
  • Migrating the Cell Manager to an altered stage
  • Chapter - 7
  • Media Management
  • Chapter - 7.1
  • Media Pool concept
  • Chapter - 7.2
  • Media Pool Properties
  • Chapter - 7.3
  • Creating a Media Pool
  • Chapter - 7.4
  • Free Pool Concept and Implementation
  • Chapter - 7.5
  • Medium properties
  • Chapter - 7.6
  • Location Tracking and Priority
  • Chapter - 7.7
  • Formatting Tape Media
  • Chapter - 7.8
  • Vaulting with Media Pools
  • Chapter - 8
  • Backup Device
  • Chapter - 8.1
  • Overview
  • Chapter - 8.2
  • Logical Device concept
  • Chapter - 8.3
  • Data Protector Tape Format
  • Chapter - 8.4
  • Configure Tape based Storage Devices
  • Chapter - 8.5
  • Configure Disk-based Storage Devices
  • Chapter - 8.6
  • De-duplication Devices
  • Chapter - 8.7
  • Device and Library Tools
  • Chapter - 9
  • Backup
  • Chapter - 9.1
  • Backup Specification Types
  • Chapter - 9.2
  • Backup Features
  • Chapter - 9.3
  • Static and Dynamic Device Allocation
  • Chapter - 9.4
  • Load Balancing – Object Allocation
  • Chapter - 9.5
  • Backup Mirroring
  • Chapter - 9.6
  • Create and start a Backup Specification
  • Chapter - 9.7
  • The Backup Process Flow
  • Chapter - 9.8
  • Monitor the backup session
  • Chapter - 9.9
  • Restart failed Backups
  • Chapter - 10
  • Advanced Scheduler
  • Chapter - 10.1
  • Schedule a Backup
  • Chapter - 10.2
  • Manage missed Job Executions
  • Chapter - 11
  • Restore
  • Chapter - 11.1
  • Performing Restores
  • Chapter - 11.2
  • Restore Sequence
  • Chapter - 11.3
  • Object and Session Restore
  • Chapter - 11.4
  • Single or Parallel Restore
  • Chapter - 11.5
  • Checkpoint Restore
  • Chapter - 12
  • Monitoring, Reporting, and Notifications
  • Chapter - 12.1
  • Monitoring and Reporting
  • Chapter - 12.2
  • Session Monitoring
  • Chapter - 12.3
  • Report Categories and Delivery Methods
  • Chapter - 12.4
  • Configure and schedule Reports
  • Chapter - 12.5
  • Web Reporting Interface
  • Chapter - 12.6
  • Default Notification overview
  • Chapter - 12.7
  • Adding Notifications
  • Chapter - 13
  • Media and Object Replication
  • Chapter - 13.1
  • Interactive Media Copy
  • Chapter - 13.2
  • Automated Media Operation
  • Chapter - 14
  • Internal Database (IDB)
  • Chapter - 14.1
  • Concept Embedded database
  • Chapter - 14.2
  • Architecture
  • Chapter - 14.3
  • IDB Directory Structure
  • Chapter - 14.4
  • Internal Database Size Limits
  • Chapter - 14.5
  • Administration Tasks
  • Chapter - 14.6
  • Manage IDB Grow
  • Chapter - 14.7
  • IDB Maintenance
  • Chapter - 15
  • Security
  • Chapter - 15.1
  • Access control
  • Chapter - 15.2
  • User Groups and User Rights
  • Chapter - 15.3
  • Adding Users and Groups
  • Chapter - 15.4
  • User Restrictions
  • Chapter - 15.5
  • LDAP Integration
  • Chapter - 15.6
  • Client and Cell Security
  • Chapter - 15.7
  • Inet Impersonation
  • Chapter - 15.8
  • Changing the Web Interface Password
  • Chapter - 16
  • Auditing
  • Chapter - 16.1
  • Auditing Overview
  • Chapter - 16.2
  • Backup session auditing
  • Chapter - 16.3
  • Enhanced Event Logging
  • Chapter - 17
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Chapter - 17.1
  • Disaster Recovery methods
  • Chapter - 17.2
  • Disaster Recovery phases
  • Chapter - 17.3
  • Create a Disaster Recovery Image
  • Chapter - 17.4
  • Booting the Recovery Image
  • Chapter - 17.5
  • Using the Recovery Progress Monitor
  • Chapter - 17.6
  • Disaster Recovery on Dissimilar Hardware
  • Chapter - 18
  • Troubleshooting
  • Chapter - 18.1
  • Log and Trace Files
  • Chapter - 18.2
  • Debug Traces Generation
  • Chapter - 18.3
  • Debug Log Collector
  • Chapter - 18.4
  • Troubleshoot Network issues
  • Chapter - 18.5
  • Troubleshoot Devices issues
  • Chapter - 18.6
  • Typical Backup and Restore issues
  • Chapter - 18.7
  • omnihealthcheck
  • Chapter - 18.8
  • Object Copy
  • Chapter - 18.9
  • Interactive Object Copy
  • Chapter - 18.10
  • Post Backup and scheduled Object Copy
  • Chapter - 18.11
  • Object Copy and Library Filtering
  • Chapter - 18.12
  • Automatic Device Selection
  • Chapter - 18.13
  • Copy Specification options
  • Chapter - 19
  • Object Consolidation
  • Chapter - 19.1
  • Enhanced Incremental Backups
  • Chapter - 19.2
  • Synthetic Full Backups
  • Chapter - 19.3
  • Virtual Full Backups
  • Chapter - 19.4
  • Interactive Object Consolidation
  • Chapter - 19.5
  • Post Backup and scheduled Object Consolidation
  • Chapter - 19.6
  • Consolidation Specification options
  • Chapter - 19.7
  • Use case scenarios

FAQ

  • Q1. How HP Data Protector benefits the career?

  • The certification advances your skill in certain fields. The professionals in the course get profits in several ways Job opportunities Salary upsurge The certification which overall makes you stand out among the common.
  • Q2. What are the System Necessities?

  • The tools required for you to attend the training are: Windows: Windows XP SP3 or higher Mac: OSX 10.6 or higher Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher Headset, speakers and microphone: You’ll need headphones or speakers to catch training clearly, as well as a microphone to chat with the needed. You may practice a headphone with a built-in microphone, or distinct speakers and microphone.
  • Q3. Who are the instructors?

  • The training is provided by highly capable and certified mentors with appropriate industry experience
  • Q4. What are the basics for taking this course?

  • Individuals from several domains with no past understanding of this technology have got positively skilled with us and are currently working in the industry. Though, information on the basics is an additional benefit. Careerera ensures to train every individual in a manner to make them qualified and expert in their field.

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