HP CloudSystem Matrix Administration

HP CloudSystem Matrix Administration Course Description

Duration: 4.00 days (32 hours)

In this course, you will cover how to effectively utilize and manage the HP CloudSystem Matrix features, including IO resource pools, Storage Provisioning Manager, logical servers, infrastructure orchestration, and capacity planning.

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Intended Audience for this HP CloudSystem Matrix Administration Course

  • » Experienced HP administrators who will manage the day-to-day operations of their internal cloud service catalogs using HP CloudSystem Matrix software

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HP CloudSystem Matrix Administration Course Objectives

  • » Major functions and features of the HP CloudSystem Matrix
  • » Configure HP CloudSystem Matrix infrastructure orchestration (IO) software
  • » Deploy infrastructure services in a private cloud configuration
  • » Use Capacity and Energy planning functionality to optimize the infrastructure
  • » Improve service delivery with infrastructure protection and recovery
  • » Matrix OE Infrastructure Orchestration
  • » Matrix OE Recovery Management

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HP CloudSystem Matrix Administration Course Outline

      1. CloudSystem Matrix 7.0
      2. HP Converged Infrastructure
      3. CloudSystem
      4. Matrix OE Product Structure
      5. Matrix OE Configuration Management
      6. Matrix OE Capacity Planning
      7. Matrix OE Logical Server Management
      8. Matrix OE Infrastructure Orchestration
      9. Matrix OE Recovery Management
      10. 2. Managing HP CloudSystem Matrix Infrastructure
      11. Infrastructure Orchestration
      12. vSphere, vCenter, Server Automation, and Insight Control Virtual Machine Management (Hyper-V), Insight Control Server Deployment (RDP), and Ignite
      13. Using Software Pools
      14. Creating Software Pool Entry
      15. Using Server Pools
      16. Creating a Server Pool Entry
      17. Using User Pools
      18. Creating a User Pool Entry
      19. 3. HP Storage Provisioning Manager
      20. Templates
      21. Storage Catalogs
      22. Service Requests
      23. 4. HP CloudSystem Matrix Infrastructure Orchestration Networks
      24. Using Network Pools
      25. Creating a Network Pool Entry
      26. Using Infrastructure Orchestration with Trunk Networks
      27. Infrastructure Orchestration VLAN Management
      28. 5. HP CloudSystem Infrastructure Orchestration Designer
      29. Template Defaults
      30. Template Creation
      31. Workflow Integration
      32. Cloud Maps
      33. 6. HP CloudSystem Infrastructure Orchestration Self Service Portal
      34. HP CloudSystem Self Service
      35. Self Service Templates
      36. Service Request Processing
      37. Service Request Lease Periods
      38. Increase Service Capacity
      39. 7. HP CloudSystem Infrastructure Orchestration Multi-Tenancy
      40. HP CloudSystem Multi-Tenancy
      41. Creation of Multiple Organizations
      42. Organization Administration Portal
      43. Organization Self Service Portal
      44. Customizing Organizations Portal
      45. 8. Continuous Consolidation and planning with the HP CloudSystem Matrix
      46. HP CloudSystem Capacity Planning Functionality to Optimize Infrastructure Confidently
      47. Using Capacity Advisor-Server Consolidation-Server Virtualization-Scenarios and Smart Solver-Utilization Limits-Comparison Reports
      48. 9. Energy Aware Planning with HP CloudSystem Matrix
      49. HP Thermal Logic Capabilities-Intelligent Power
      50. Data Center Environmental Edge-HP BladeSystem c7000
      51. Enclosure-ProLiant Power Regulator
      52. Dynamic Power Capping-Platinum Power Supply-Sea of Sensors
      53. Perform Consolidation Review Using Planning Tools
      54. Data Center Smart Grid
      55. HP Energy Efficiency Services
      56. HP Performance Optimized Data Center
      57. 10. Improving Service Delivery with Infrastructure Protection and Recovery Functionality
      58. HP CloudSystem Matrix Support to Enable Optional Data Protection
      59. HP CloudSystem Matrix Recovery Management
      60. Data Protection vs. Disaster Recovery Products
      61. Process for Configuring an Environment to Implement HP CloudSystem Matrix Recovery Management
      62. 11. Expanding BladeSystem Solution with CSA for Matrix
      63. Fitting HP management Software and Matrix together
      64. Capabilities and Value of Cloud Service Automation for Matrix
      65. Site Ccope and HP Server Automation
      66. 12. HP CloudSystem Matrix Enterprise Solution
      67. Expanding CloudSystem Matrix
      68. HP CloudSystem Matrix Cloud Bursting
      69. Scalability for HP CloudSystem Matrix with Federated CMS
      70. Labs
      71. Lab 1: Configure a software pool entry
      72. Lab 2: Configure a server pool entry
      73. Lab 3: Configure a user pool entry
      74. Lab 4: Create an on-demand storage template
      75. Lab 5: Create a SPM service
      76. Lab 6: Configure a network pool entry
      77. Lab 7: Create a physical deployment template
      78. Lab 8: Create a virtual machine deployment template
      79. Lab 9: Create a service request for physical deployments
      80. Lab 10: Create a service request for virtual deployments
      81. Lab 11: Increase server group capacity
      82. Lab 12: Expire a service request
      83. Lab 13: Multi-tenancy organizations
      84. Lab 14: Using capacity advisor for server consolidation
      85. Lab 15: Utilization reports
      86. Lab 16: Running resource usage reports
      87. Lab 17: System consolidation with power calculations
      88. Lab 18: Power comparison reports
      89. Lab 19: Logical server failover using Matrix Recovery Management

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