Symantec NetBackup Bare Metal Restore Administration Training v7.6

Symantec NetBackup Bare Metal Restore Administration Training v7.6 (NBBMRA)

Introduction:

Symantec NetBackup Bare Metal Restore Administration Training v7.6 Course with Hands-on labs

The Symantec NetBackup Bare Metal Restore Administration Training v7.6 course covers the implementation of BMR within the NetBackup environment and the general principles of using BMR to develop a disaster recovery strategy. Hands-on labs provide the IT professional with experience in the functionality of the Symantec Bare Metal Restore 7.6 software both on the Windows and on Linux platforms. Bare Metal Restore (BMR) is a license free feature of Symantec NetBackup that enables the automated recovery of Windows and UNIX servers in a variety of disaster recovery scenarios ranging from the loss of a single boot disk to the loss of a data center.

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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

This course is for system administrators and technical support staff who are tasked with designing and implementing a disaster recovery strategy using BMR, and testing and performing the disaster recovery plan.

Symantec NetBackup Bare Metal Restore Administration Training v7.6 (NBBMRA)Related Courses:

Duration: 3 days

Skilled Gained:

Identify the role BMR plays in the NetBackup environment
Describe the key components that compose the BMR architecture
Define common terms that relate to the BMR product
List the steps that are performed during a BMR client restore operation
Identify the general steps to prepare for deployment of BMR systems
Setup the BMR master and boot servers on Windows and Linux
Configure a NetBackup policy to collect BMR information
Describe the function of a Shared Resource Tree (SRT)
Create, manage and modify network-based and mediabased SRTs for Windows and Linux clients
Describe the options for booting a failed client
Configure the BMR PXE and BMR MFTP services on a Windows boot server
Describe the recovery process of a Windows/Linux client initiated by both a network and media boot
Identify the BMR processes that run on the master server, boot server and client
View, configure and manage BMR logs
Perform client restores using external procedures
Perform a point in time restore
Restore a Windows client to hardware different than the original hardware
Restore a Windows/Linux client to a different disk configuration
Configure Auto Image Replication and recover a client at a remote site
Recover a client on a physical machine to a virtual machine (P2V).

Course Content:

Introduction

Course overview
The classroom lab environment

Introducing BMR

What is BMR
BMR logical components
BMR terminology
BMR restore overview
BMR 7.5 and 7.6 new features

Setting up BMR

Preparing for BMR deployment
Setting up BMR on Windows
Setting up BMR on Linux
Protecting clients with BMR

Configuring Shared Resource Trees for Windows

Shared Resource Tree (SRT) overview
Creating network-based SRTs on a Windows boot server
Creating media-based SRTs on a Windows boot server
Creating a media-based SRT for automated restores
Managing Shared Resource Trees
Updating the NetBackup client in a Windows SRT

Configuring Shared Resource Trees for Linux

Shared Resource Tree (SRT) overview
Creating network-based SRTs on a Linux boot server
Creating media-based SRTs on a Linux boot server
Managing and modifying SRTs on a Linux boot server
Updating the NetBackup client in a Linux SRT

Recovering a Windows Client to Same Hardware

Overview of BMR boot options for Windows
Preparing for a Windows network boot
Prepare to Restore and client configurations
Recovering Windows clients to same hardware (network boot)
Restoring Windows BMR clients (media boot)

Recovering a Linux Client to Same Hardware

Overview of BMR boot options for Linux
Preparing for a Linux network boot
Prepare to Restore and client configurations
Recovering Linux clients to same hardware (network boot)
Recovering a Linux client with media boot

BMR Architecture

BMR daemons, services and processes
BMR logging
BMR backup process overview
BMR restore process overview
Port usage during restores

Custom Restores on Windows Clients

External procedures
Restoring to a point in time
Dissimilar system restore overview
Dissimilar system restore of a Windows client
Discovery boot on Windows
Adding a Windows driver package for DSR
Custom configurations in Windows

Custom Restores on Windows Clients

External procedures
Restoring to a point in time
Dissimilar system restore overview
Dissimilar disk restore of a Linux client
Discovery boot on Linux
Custom configurations in Linux

Disaster Recovery Strategies with BMR

Introduction to Auto Image Replication (AIR)
Configuring Auto Image Replication
Physical to Virtual Recovery (P2V)

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