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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...Read More
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.
By the completion of this course, you will be able to:
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.
Students should be familiar with general network and storage concepts, and the administration and configuration of Windows or Linux operating systems. Students must also have one to three years of experience with basic NetBackup administration, configuration, and operation. These prerequisites can be met by attending any version of the NetBackup Administration course plus additional on-the-job experience.
Securing Backup Data
Improving NetBackup Performance
Configuring and Using NetBackup MSDP Cloud
Managing and Optimizing NetBackup Deduplication
Protecting Application Data with Universal Shares
Protecting Oracle Databases
Protecting Microsoft SQL Databases
Protecting Microsoft SharePoint
Protecting Microsoft Exchange
Protecting Hadoop Data Using NetBackup
Protecting Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor Workloads
Protecting In-cloud Workloads Using NetBackup
Protecting Containerized Applications
Orchestrating Restores of NetBackup Images
Appendix A: Implementing Long Term Retention (LTR) using Veritas Access
Appendix B: Configuring and Using Bare Metal Restore
Appendix C: Working with Legacy Policies and Generic Application Backups
Appendix D: Protecting Red Hat Virtualization Workloads
Appendix E: Working with NetBackup APIs
Appendix F: Protecting Databases Using NetBackup XBSA