Creating and Customizing Workflows Using OnCommand Workflow Automation Training (CCWWFA)

Creating and Customizing Workflows Using OnCommand Workflow Automation Training (CCWWFA)

Introduction:

Creating and Customizing Workflows Using OnCommand Workflow Automation Training (CCWWFA) Course by Example

Creating and Customizing Workflows Using OnCommand Workflow Automation Training is a 2 day instructor led course that teaches you how to create and customize workflows to meet your organizational storage requirements by showing you how to create commands, finders, data sources, and functions. You will also learn about the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit and how it integrates with OnCommand WFA.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience/Target Group

● NetApp customers
● System Engineers
● Application Engineers

Creating and Customizing Workflows Using OnCommand Workflow Automation Training (CCWWFA)Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Class Prerequisites:

● NetApp Storage Fundamentals - WBT
● Working knowledge of clustered Data ONTAP
● Administration of OnCommand Management Solutions for Clustered Data ONTAP (AOCMCDOT)

Skills Gained:

● Configure OnCommand WFA
● Describe OnCommand WFA design components
● Create workflows
● Customize workflows
● Create building blocks
● List Representational State Transfer (REST) API tasks and support resources
● Explore the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit

Course Content:

Module 1: Introduction to OnCommand Workflow Automation

Overview of the OnCommand management portfolio
Benefits of using OnCommand WFA
Understand OnCommanad WFA
Elements of a workflow
WFA system architecture
Ports and services

Module 2: Configuring OnCommand Workflow Automation

WFA Interfaces
Operator portal
Administration menu
Configure data sources
Configure the credentials of a target system
Create users
Assign categories to operators

Module 3: Building Blocks and Workflow Enablers

Designer tab building blocks
Dictionary entries
Commands
Filters
Finders
Functions
Templates
Designer tab workflow enablers
Cache queries
Data source types
WFA content types

Module 4: Designing and Running Workflows

Workflow design recommendations
Naming Conventions
Creating a workflow
Creating a clustered data ONTAP volume
Workflow execution
Modular workflow

Module 5: Refining Your Workflow

Type of user inputs
Modify user inputs
Reservations
Define constants
Define return parameters
Assign a workflow to a category

Module 6: Customizing Workflows

Approval points
Execution
Repeated rows
Adding row repetitions
Incremental naming
Adding functionality
Conditional execution

Module 7: Creating Building Blocks

Create a template
Apply the template
Create a filter
Customizing a finder
Create a function
Create a command
Parameter definition
Create a custom data source

Module 8: Representational State Transfer APIs and Support Resources

RESTful interfaces
REST APIs
Storage automation store

Module 9: Windows PowerShell and the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit

Install and configure the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit
Describe how WFA integrates with the PowerShell Toolkit
Features of Windows PowerShell using Data ONTAP Toolkit cmdlets

Appendix A: Regular Expressions

Define search pattern
Data accept and reject
Character class

Appendix B: SQL Basics

Statements
Operators and functions
Query examples

Appendix C: Entity Versioning

Features
Versioning for building blocks
Feature of WFA
Impact of versioning on imported entity

Appendix D: Sample Command: Create and Configure an SVM

Labs:

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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