Veritas NetBackup 8.2: Advanced Administration

  • Tuition USD $4,000
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 1110 Ratings
  • Course Code NBU8-2-ADV
  • Duration 5 days
  • Available Formats Classroom, Virtual

Acquire the skills to make your data protection strategy successful with the Veritas NetBackup 8.2: Advanced Administration course. You will learn advanced NetBackup topics, including NetBackup performance, disaster recovery, application backups on physical and virtual machines, virtual machine accelerator backups, and security. This course also covers using NetBackup to manage Oracle, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft SharePoint database backups and restores along with other modern workloads.

Skills Gained

By the completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Improve NetBackup performance by addressing bottlenecks and becoming familiar with NetBackup performance enhancing features.
  • Ensure your NetBackup environment and data is secure using security certificates, authentication, authorization, auditing, and encryption.
  • Prepare for common disasters and plan for disaster recovery using optimized duplication and Auto Image Replication.
  • Optimize NetBackup deduplication storage and use by understanding and managing performance enhancing features for backups and restores, and configuring MSDP catalog protection policies.
  • Describe requirements for backing up third-party applications and databases.
  • Configure NetBackup to back up and restore Oracle, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, and Microsoft SharePoint databases.
  • Discuss strategies for Oracle, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, and Microsoft SharePoint database recovery.
  • Configure, run, and manage backups for applications running in virtual machines.
  • Configure accelerator for VMware virtual machines.
  • Use NetBackup to protect modern workloads.
  • Configure, run, and manage backups using NDMP filers with NetBackup.

Who Can Benefit

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 8.2 features and functions.

Prerequisites

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.

Course Details

Hands-On

This course includes practical hands-on lab exercises to apply your new skills in a virtual NetBackup domain. At the start of class students will choose between Windows-based or Linux-based NetBackup servers to perform lab exercises.

Course Outline

Improving NetBackup Performance

  • NetBackup performance overview
  • Addressing performance issues
  • Managing True Image Restore and synthetic backups
  • Managing FlashBackup backups
  • Using Network Resiliency

Labs

  • Exercise A: Calculating buffer wait percentages for backup jobs
  • Exercise B: Optimizing backups using synthetic backups
  • Exercise C: Configuring and using FlashBackup

Securing the NetBackup Environment

  • Understanding security concerns in a backup environment
  • Securing NetBackup port communication
  • Understanding security certificates
  • Configuring NetBackup security certificates
  • Configuring NetBackup with access control
  • Auditing NetBackup

Labs

  • Exercise A: Observing Security Events and Host Management behavior Linux
  • Exercise B: Managing Host ID certificates and tokens Linux
  • Exercise C: Configuring the auth conf file
  • Exercise D: Configuring enhanced auditing
  • Exercise E: View security events and audit logs
  • Exercise F: Managing host ID certificates and tokens

Securing Backup Data

  • Understanding security concerns in a backup environment
  • Encrypting NetBackup deduplication data
  • Using NetBackup client encryption
  • Using NetBackup Key Management Services

Labs

  • Exercise A: Configuring MSDP encryption
  • Exercise B: Performing a MSDP encrypted backup

Auto Image Replication

  • Introduction to Auto Image Replication
  • Configuring trusted master servers
  • Configuring Auto Image Replication
  • Monitoring Auto Image Replication
  • Restoring from a replicated and imported image
  • Managing and maintaining Auto Image Replication

Labs

  • Exercise A: Configuring the replication source and target
  • Exercise B: Configuring an SLP in the target domain
  • Exercise C: Configuring an SLP and policy in the source domain
  • Exercise D: Configuring other settings that affect SLP behavior
  • Exercise E: Performing and monitoring replication jobs
  • Exercise F: Viewing the status of replication jobs
  • Exercise G: Restoring data from a replicated and imported image

Optimizing NetBackup Deduplication

  • Understanding MSDP architecture
  • Improving deduplication backup performance
  • Optimizing deduplication restores and rehydration
  • Protecting the MSDP backup data and catalog

Labs

  • Exercise A: Configuring client direct restores
  • Exercise B: Performing a client direct restore
  • Exercise C: Configuring and performing MSDP catalog backups
  • Exercise D: Simulating a MSDP catalog corruption
  • Exercise E: Performing a recovery of a MSDP catalog

Implementing NetBackup Cloud Solutions

  • Using the cloud with NetBackup
  • Configure NetBackup cloud storage
  • Managing NetBackup cloud storage and cloud backups
  • NetBackup CloudCatalyst overview

Labs

  • Exercise A: Performing preliminary tasks
  • Exercise B: Configuring NetBackup for backups to the cloud
  • Exercise C: Performing backups to the cloud
  • Exercise D: Viewing cloud-based storage
  • Exercise E: Restoring client data from cloud-based storage

Understanding Application Backup Concepts

  • Application protection concepts
  • Database backup and restore concepts
  • Customizing generic application backups

Labs

  • Exercise A: Copying the NetBackup notify scripts
  • Exercise B: Configuring a policy to run a cold Oracle backup
  • Exercise C: Performing a cold Oracle backup

Managing Oracle Backups

  • Introduction to the Oracle database
  • Configuring Oracle database backups
  • Monitoring and maintaining Oracle database backups
  • Oracle database disaster recovery considerations

Labs

  • Exercise A: Viewing the 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

Managing Microsoft SQL Backups

  • Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server
  • Configuring NetBackup for SQL Server Intelligent Policies
  • Monitoring SQL Server database backups
  • SQL Server disaster recovery considerations

Labs

  • Exercise A: Introducing the SQL Server environment
  • Exercise B: Registering the SQL instance with NetBackup
  • Exercise C: Creating a NetBackup SQL Intelligent Policy
  • Exercise D: Performing a manual SQL Server backup using an Intelligent Policy
  • Exercise E: Deleting a SQL database
  • Exercise F: Restoring a SQL database

Managing Microsoft SharePoint Backups

  • Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint Server
  • Configuring NetBackup for SharePoint policies
  • SharePoint disaster recovery considerations

Labs

  • Exercise A: Configuring a Microsoft SharePoint policy in NetBackup
  • Exercise B: Performing non-NetBackup tasks to enable SharePoint Granular Recovery
  • Exercise C: Performing NetBackup tasks to enable SharePoint Granular Recovery
  • Exercise D: Performing a manual backup using a SharePoint policy
  • Exercise E: Deleting a document from a SharePoint site
  • Exercise F: Performing a SharePoint document restore

Managing Microsoft Exchange Backups

  • 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 non-NetBackup pre-requisite tasks for Exchange GRT (Required, but pre-configured)
  • Exercise C: Performing NetBackup tasks to enable Exchange Granular Recovery (GRT)
  • Exercise D: Performing a Microsoft Exchange database backup
  • Exercise E: Performing a Roll-Forward recovery
  • Exercise F: Performing an Exchange GRT database backup
  • Exercise G: Recovering a deleted e-mail message
  • Exercise H: (Optional) Performing Point-in-Time recovery
  • Exercise I: (Optional) Performing full and differential backups of an Exchange database
  • Exercise J: (Optional) Restoring the Exchange database from full and differential backup images

Enhancing Virtual Machine Protection

  • Protecting virtual machines with applications
  • Using NetBackup Accelerator for virtual machine backups
  • Restoring individual VDMK files

Labs

  • Exercise A: Verifying that the Exchange Server is powered on
  • Exercise B: Performing prerequisite tasks to enable VMware Application Protection backups of Exchange (Required, but pre-performed)
  • Exercise C: Configuring a VMware policy for MS Exchange application protection
  • Exercise D: Viewing application protection backup for MS Exchange information
  • Exercise E: Performing a GRT restore from an application protection backup image

Disaster Recovery and NetBackup

  • Disaster recovery strategies
  • Controlling media servers used for restores

Labs

  • Exercise A: Configuring and running a NetBackup catalog backup
  • Exercise B: Recovering the NetBackup catalogs with a missing DR file
  • Exercise C: Performing post recovery checks

Managing NDMP Backups

  • Introduction to NetBackup for NDMP
  • Preparing for NDMP backups
  • Configuring local NDMP backup
  • Configuring remote NDMP backups
  • Accelerator for NDMP filers
  • Protecting a NetApp cDOT NDMP filer

Modern workload protection

  • Parallel Streaming Framework
  • Protecting Big Data
  • Protecting Hyper Converged Infrastructures
  • Protecting Open Source Data

Labs

  • Exercise A: Starting Hadoop services
  • Exercise B: Configuring Credentials for Hadoop in NetBackup
  • Exercise C: Configuring the NetBackup policy
  • Exercise D: Performing Hadoop backup
  • Exercise E: Restoring Hadoop data

Appendix A: Managing NDMP Three-way backups

  • Understanding NDMP three-way backups
  • Configuring NDMP three-way backups

Appendix B: Managing Oracle backups using legacy policies

  • Configuring NetBackup with legacy Oracle policies
  • Monitoring and maintaining Oracle database backups from legacy policies

Appendix C: Managing Microsoft SQL backups using legacy policies

  • Using the NetBackup Microsoft SQL Client console
  • Using SQL server batch files in NetBackup policies

Appendix D: NetBackup API

  • Introduction to NetBackup API

When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?

Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

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