Managing HPE 3PAR StoreServ III: Performance and Health Management

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H9P97S Managing HPE 3PAR StoreServ III: Performance and Health Management

  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Price: $

This 3-day training covers advanced topics that a storage administrator will encounter after performing the tasks covered in the HPE 3PAR basic courses (HK902S and HK904S). Topics included are: Space Explained, Performance, Alerts, Troubleshooting, Upgrading, Adaptive Flash Cache
(AFC) and Configuration Rebalancing. The course is 50% lecture with 50% hands-on labs. Additional Scenario Labs compliment the Module Labs. These Lifecycle Labs include Adaptive optimization, Quality of Service and Adaptive Flash.

A storage administrator who has been managing HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays on a daily basis for at least a year. This training is not for
an individual who has no experience managing a HPE 3PAR array

Students must have attended HK902S and HK904S

At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to:
• Explain how space is allocated and mapped
• Identify data reduction
• Understand performance
• Discuss best practices
• Explain HPE 3PAR events and alerts and how to get notifications about them
• Use CLI and GUI to troubleshoot your storage system
• Perform rebalancing
• Use Adaptive Flash Cache to increase performance
• Upgrade your hardware and software of your storage system
• Employ tools that can be used to troubleshoot and respond to HPE 3PAR
performance issues.

Module 1: Overview

• Course Introduction
• Course Agenda
• Lab roadmap

Module 2: Space Explained

• Understand space utilization
• Volume space
• Large volumes
• Logical disk space
• CPG space
• Overprovisioning
• Distributed sparing
• Adaptive sparing
• Adaptive data reduction
• Thin deduplication
• Space reclamation
• Mapping space
• SR Space forecasting

Module 3: Performance

• Understanding performance bottleneck
• Servicing I/O
• Express layout
• Initiators
• Front end vs back end
• Cache
• Adaptive Flash Cache
• WriteBack single node
• SSD Performance
• Unbalanced systems
• Express writes
• Benchmarks
• Hardware FC Links
• I/O Queueing
• Interactive response law
• CLI Counters
• Troubleshooting discussion

Module 4: Lifecycle Discussion

• Lifecycle of a System
• Introduction Lab
• Introduction to the Ninja Stars output
• Roadmap

Module 5: Alerts

• View, interpret, and manage system events and alerts
• Alert tiering, Internationalization,
• Spare Part Notification
• Single Click Locate
• Use the checkhealth command for troubleshooting
• Alert notifications for System Reporter
• Alerts threshold criteria editing
• SR Alert space metrics
• SSMC email notifications
• Event log monitoring and management
• SNMP settings and capabilities
• Syslog support
• SMI-S standard, WBEM Initiative, and 3PAR CIM Support

Module 6: Rebalancing

• Balanced HPE 3PAR array definition
• Large volumes rebalancing
• Phases and options of the tunesys command
• Express Layout: Active-Active PDs
• New options
• Limitations
• System tuning and related tasks from the HPE 3PAR
SSMC and the CLI
• Tunesys and tunevv options and limitations
• New options
• Tuning operations troubleshooting
• Tuning scenarios

Module 7: Adaptive Flash Cache

• AFC benefits
• What can/cannot be moved into AFC
• Different LRU (Least Recently Used) queues description and
the concept of LRU queue demotion
• CLI commands to setup, enable, disable, remove, and monitor AFC
• Guidelines and rules regarding AFC
• Improvements
• Working with AFC using SSMC
• Monitoring AFC using the statcache and srstatcache commands

Module 8: Upgrading HPE 3PAR

• Servicing options for your HPE 3PAR 7000/8000 components
• Repair/replace procedures of CSR components
• Customer Self Repair
• Combo cards
• Hardware Schematics
• Safe to Remove
• Storage system disks upgrade
• Express Layout: Active-Active PDs
• Best practices when upgrading
• Contact Management
• HPE 3PAR OS update operation
• Customer Self-Upgrade
• Remote Support
• SP Upgrade
• HPE 3PAR Service Console

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