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Veritas NetBackup 9.1: Advanced Administration

CODE: VER_NBU9.1_ADVADMIN

DURÉE: 5 Jours

PRIX H.T.: €3 000,00

Description

Acquire the skills to make your data protection strategy
successful with the Veritas NetBackup 9.1: Advanced
Administration course. You will learn advanced NetBackup
topics, including NetBackup performance, security, disaster
recovery, application and database protection on physical
and virtual machines, and protecting data backed up to and
from the cloud.
This course also covers using NetBackup to manage Oracle,
Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft SharePoint,
and Hadoop database backups and restores along with other
modern workloads like containerized applications, Red Hat
Virtualization, and Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor. NetBackup
APIs, Parallel Streaming Framework, Universal Shares, Bare
Metal Restore, and NetBackup MSDP Cloud are also
discussed in this course.

Objectifs

By the completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Improve NetBackup performance by addressing
bottlenecks and becoming familiar with NetBackup
performance enhancement features.
• Ensure that your NetBackup environment and data are
secure using security certificates, key management
services, and encryption.
• Prepare for common disasters and plan for disaster
recovery using optimized duplication and NetBackup
MSDP cloud.
• Optimize NetBackup deduplication storage and use by
managing performance-enhancing features for backups
and restores.
• Configure NetBackup to back up and restore Oracle,
Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft
SharePoint, and Hadoop databases.
• Configure, run, and manage backups for applications
running in virtual machines.
• Use NetBackup to protect modern workloads like
containerized applications, Red Hat Virtualization, and
Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor.
• Protect in-cloud workloads using NetBackup and
orchestrate restores of NetBackup images.
• Manage NetBackup cloud storage and cloud backups.
• Work with Veritas NetBackup APIs.
• Configure NetBackup integration with Veritas Resiliency
Platform and Access Appliance 3340 (7.4.2).
• Configure and use Bare Metal Restore.
• Protect databases using NetBackup XBSA.
• Protect application data with universal shares.

Audience

This course is intended for NetBackup system administrators,
system engineers, technical support personnel, and system
integration and development staff who are responsible for
implementing new and advanced NetBackup 9.1 features
and functions.

Prérequis

• Work with Veritas NetBackup APIs.
• Configure NetBackup integration with Veritas Resiliency
Platform and Access Appliance 3340 (7.4.2).
• Configure and use Bare Metal Restore.
• Protect databases using NetBackup XBSA.
• Protect application data with universal shares.

Programme

COURSE OUTLINE
Securing Backup Data
• Understanding Security Concerns in a Backup
Environment
• Using NetBackup Key Management Services
• Encrypting NetBackup Deduplication Data
• Using NetBackup Client Encryption
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring and Using the NetBackup Key
Management Service (KMS)
• Exercise B: Backing up and Recovering KMS Database
Files
• Exercise C: Configuring and Performing a MSDP
Encrypted Backup
• Exercise D: Configuring and Performing a Client
Encrypted Backup
Improving NetBackup Performance
• Configuration and Performance Guidelines
• Guidelines for Managing the NetBackup Catalog
• Performance Guidelines for NetBackup Policies
• Measuring and Evaluating NetBackup Performance
• Tuning the NetBackup Data Transfer Path
Labs
• Exercise A: Understanding the Implications of Different
Storage Selection Methods
• Exercise B: Managing the NetBackup Catalog Size
• Exercise C: Measuring and Evaluating NetBackup
Performance
• Exercise D: Tuning the NetBackup Data Transfer Path
Configuring and Using NetBackup MSDP Cloud
• MSDP Cloud Support
• MSDP Cloud Immutable (WORM) Storage
• Image sharing Using MSDP Cloud
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring NetBackup MSDP Cloud
• Exercise B: Duplicating Backups from Local MSDP
Storage to MSDP Cloud
• Exercise C: Examining MSDP Cloud Configuration Files
• Exercise D: Using the MSDP Image Sharing Feature
Managing and Optimizing NetBackup Deduplication
• Improving Deduplication Backup Performance
• Optimizing Deduplication Restores and Rehydration
• Managing NetBackup MSDP
• Protecting and Recovering MSDP Catalog
Labs
• Exercise A: Seeding MSDP Backup Data
• Exercise B: Configuring and Performing Client Direct
Restores
• Exercise C: Defragmenting Backups Using Image
Rebasing
• Exercise D: Configuring and Performing MSDP Catalog
Backups
• Exercise E: Simulating an MSDP Catalog Corruption
• Exercise F: Performing and Verifying the Recovery of
the MSDP Catalog
Protecting Application Data with Universal Shares
• Introduction to Universal Shares
• BYO Universal Shares
• Configuring Universal Shares
• Backing Up to a Universal Share
• Protecting Data in a Universal Share
Labs
• Exercise A: Verifying BYO Media Server Configuration
• Exercise B: Creating and Mounting a Universal Share
• Exercise C: Performing Backup to a Universal Share
• Exercise D: Protecting Data in a Universal Share
• Exercise E: Restoring Data to a Universal Share
Protecting Oracle Databases
• Introduction to Oracle Databases
• NetBackup for Oracle: Overview
• Managing Oracle
• Configuring Oracle Database Backups
• Monitoring and Maintaining: Oracle Database Backups
• Oracle Database Disaster Recovery Considerations
• Real Application Clusters
Labs
• Exercise A: Initial Configuration of Oracle
• Exercise B: Registering the Oracle Instance with
NetBackup
• Exercise C: Creating an Oracle Intelligent Policy
• Exercise D: Performing a Backup Using an Oracle
Intelligent Policy
• Exercise E: Simulating a Failure of an Oracle Database
• Exercise F: Restoring an Oracle Database
Protecting Microsoft SQL Databases
• Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server
• NetBackup for SQL Server: Overview
• Managing SQL Server Objects
• Protecting Microsoft SQL Server Assets
• Using SQL Server Intelligent Policies
• Restoring Microsoft SQL Server Assets
• Instant Access for Microsoft SQL Server
Labs
• Exercise A: Introduction to the SQL Server Environment
• Exercise B: Registering SQL Instance with NetBackup
• Exercise C: Configuring and Performing a SQL Server
Backup
• Exercise D: Deleting a SQL Database
• Exercise E: Restoring a SQL Database
• Exercise F: Using the Instant Access for SQL Feature
• Exercise G: Creating a NetBackup SQL Intelligent Policy
(Optional)
• Exercise H: Performing a Manual SQL Server Backup
Using an Intelligent Policy (Optional)
• Exercise I: Restoring a SQL Database Using NetBackup
MS SQL Client (Optional)
Protecting Microsoft SharePoint
• Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint Server
• Configuring NetBackup for SharePoint
• SharePoint Disaster Recovery Considerations
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring a Microsoft SharePoint Policy in
NetBackup
• Exercise B: Performing NetBackup Tasks to Enable
SharePoint Granular Recovery
• Exercise C: Performing a Manual Backup Using a
SharePoint Policy
• Exercise D: Performing a SharePoint Document Restore
• Exercise E: Restoring a SharePoint Web Application
Protecting Microsoft Exchange
• Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server
• Configuring NetBackup for Exchange
• Exchange and High Availability Environments
• Monitoring and Maintaining Exchange Database
Backups
• Exchange Disaster Recovery Considerations
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Backup
Policy
• Exercise B: Performing NetBackup Tasks to Enable
Exchange Granular Recovery (GRT)
• Exercise C: Performing a Microsoft Exchange Database
Backup
• Exercise D: Performing a Roll-Forward Recovery
• Exercise E: Performing Point-in-Time Recovery
• Exercise F: Performing an Exchange GRT Database
Backup
• Exercise G: Recovering a Deleted E-mail Message
• Exercise H: Performing Full and Differential Backups of
an Exchange Database (Optional)
• Exercise I: Restoring the Exchange Database from Full
and Differential Backup Images (Optional)
Protecting Hadoop Data Using NetBackup
• Parallel Streaming Framework: Overview
• Protecting Hadoop Data Using NetBackup
• Backing Up a Hadoop Cluster
• Recovering Data to a Hadoop Cluster
Labs
• Exercise A: Understanding Hadoop Configuration
• Exercise B: Configuring Credentials for Hadoop in
NetBackup
• Exercise C: Configuring the NetBackup Policy
• Exercise D: Performing Hadoop Backup
• Exercise E: Restoring Hadoop Data
Protecting Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor Workloads
• NetBackup for Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor: Overview
• Configuring NetBackup Communication with AHV
• Configuring Secure Communication
• Protecting AHV Virtual Machines
• Recovering Nutanix AHV Virtual Machines
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring NetBackup Communication with
AHV
• Exercise B: Configuring, Performing, and Monitoring
Backups of Nutanix AHV Virtual Machines
• Exercise C: Performing Restores of Nutanix AHV Virtual
Machines
Protecting In-cloud Workloads Using NetBackup
• Veritas CloudPoint: Overview
• NetBackup Integration with CloudPoint
• Protecting Cloud Workloads
• Recovering Cloud Workloads
Labs
• Exercise A: Protecting Cloud Assets Using NetBackup
(Optional)
• Exercise B: Restoring Cloud Assets Using NetBackup
(Optional)
Protecting Containerized Applications
• Container Fundamentals
• Protecting Containerized Applications in Docker
• Protecting Containerized Applications in Kubernetes
• Managing Kubernetes Assets
• Protecting and Recovering Kubernetes Assets
Labs
• Exercise A: Obtaining and Deploying the NetBackup
Client Container Docker Image
• Exercise B: Protecting Application Data Using the
NetBackup Client Container
• Exercise C: Using the NetBackup Client Container to
Recover Application Data
• Exercise D: Deploying and Configuring the NetBackup
Kubernetes Operator
• Exercise E: Adding and Configuring Settings for
Kubernetes Clusters
• Exercise F: Protecting Kubernetes Assets
• Exercise G: Recovering Kubernetes Assets
Orchestrating Restores of NetBackup Images
• Introduction to Veritas Resiliency Platform
• Integrating NetBackup and Veritas Resiliency Platform
• Configuring Resiliency Group with NetBackup Virtual
Machines
• Restoring NetBackup Virtual Machines
Labs
• Exercise A: Verifying and Configuring Prerequisites for
Remote Recovery using NetBackup Images
• Exercise B: Performing and Monitoring Backup,
Replication, and Import Jobs
• Exercise C: Adding NetBackup Primary/Master Servers
in VRP
• Exercise D: Creating a Resiliency Group using
NetBackup as the Copy Technology
• Exercise E: Performing a Rehearsal and Rehearsal
Cleanup
• Exercise F: Restoring Data using NetBackup to Onpremises Data Center
Appendix A: Implementing Long Term Retention (LTR)
using Veritas Access
• NetBackup Integration with Access Appliance 3340
(7.4.2)
• Configuring an S3 Bucket on Veritas Access
• Configuring Access as a Cloud Storage Server
• Configuring Backup Over S3
• Veritas Data Deduplication
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring Veritas Data Deduplication with
Veritas Access
• Exercise B: Configuring Veritas Data Deduplication
Storage in NetBackup
• Exercise C: Creating a S3 Bucket on Veritas Access
• Exercise D: Configuring Veritas Access Cloud Storage in
NetBackup
• Exercise E: Configuring and Performing Backups Using
NetBackup Policies
Appendix B: Configuring and Using Bare Metal Restore
• Introduction to Bare Metal Restore
• Configuring Bare Metal Restore
• Protecting Clients
• Shared Resource Trees
• Restoring Clients
• Creating a Virtual Machine from a Client Backup
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring BMR Master Server
• Exercise B: Configuring BMR Boot server
• Exercise C: Configuring SRT
• Exercise D: Configuring Backup Policy for BMR
• Exercise E: Performing BMR Restore
• Exercise F: Creating a Virtual Machine from Client
Image Backup
Appendix C: Working with Legacy Policies and Generic
Application Backups
• Configuring NetBackup with Legacy Oracle Policies
• Monitoring and Maintaining Oracle Database Backups
from Legacy Policies
• Using the NetBackup Microsoft SQL Client Console
• Using SQL Server Batch Files in NetBackup Policies
• Customizing Generic Application Backups
Labs
• Exercise A: Viewing Initial Configuration of Oracle
• Exercise B: Registering the Oracle Instance with
NetBackup
• Exercise C: Creating an Oracle Legacy Policy
• Exercise D: Performing a Backup Using an Oracle
Legacy Policy
• Exercise E: Simulating a Failure of an Oracle Database
• Exercise F: Restoring an Oracle Database
• Exercise G: Collecting Information about the SQL Server
Environment
• Exercise H: Configuring and Performing a SQL Server
Backup
• Exercise I: Restoring the Microsoft SQL Database
• Exercise J: Understanding Application Backup Concepts
• Exercise K: Working with the NetBackup Notify Scripts
• Exercise L: Configuring a Policy to Run a Cold Oracle
Backup
• Exercise M: Performing a Cold Oracle Backup
Appendix D: Protecting Red Hat Virtualization Workloads
• Introduction to Red Hat Virtualization (RHV)
• NetBackup for RHV: Configuration and Deployment
• Protecting Red Hat Virtualization Virtual Machines
• Recovering Red Hat Virtualization Virtual Machines
Labs
• Exercise A: Configuring NetBackup Communication with
RHV
• Exercise B: Protecting RHV Virtual Machines
• Exercise C: Recovering RHV Virtual Machines
Appendix E: Working with NetBackup APIs
• Introduction to NetBackup APIs
• Using NetBackup APIs for Automation
• Creating and Using API Keys
Labs
• Exercise A: Using NetBackup APIs with Swagger
• Exercise B: Using Swagger to Configure MSDP
• Exercise C: Configuring VMware Protection Using
NetBackup APIs
• Exercise D: Automating the Use of NetBackup Universal
Shares
• Exercise E: Automating SQL Database Backup and
Recovery
Appendix F: Protecting Databases Using NetBackup
XBSA
• Introduction to XBSA and NetBackup XBSA
• Introduction to NetBackup MySQL Agent
• Configuring the NetBackup MySQL Agent
• Backup and Restore of MySQL
• Introduction to NetBackup PostgreSQL Agent
• Configuring NetBackup PostgreSQL Agent
• Backup and Restore of PostgreSQL
Labs
• Exercise A: Installing and Configuring the NetBackup for
PostgreSQL Agent
• Exercise B: Configuring and Performing PostgreSQL
Backups
• Exercise C: Performing PostgreSQL Restores
• Exercise D: Installing and Configuring the NetBackup for
MySQL Agent
• Exercise E: Configuring and Performing MySQL
Backups
• Exercise F: Performing Restores of MySQL Database

Informations supplémentaires

Delivery Method(s)
This course is available in the following delivery methods:
• Instructor-led training (ILT)
• Virtual instructor-led training (VILT)
• Learning Lab


Duration
• Instructor-led training (ILT): 5 days, including 6 months
of lab access
• Virtual instructor-led training (VILT): 5 days, including 6
months of lab access
• Learning Lab – Self-paced lesson guide plus 6 months
of lab access

Dates de session
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PRIX H.T.

14 nov. 2022

Virtual Classroom

CET

Français

Instructor Led Online

€ 3 000,00

12 déc. 2022

Virtual Classroom

CET

Français

Instructor Led Online

€ 3 000,00