Enterprises and organizations are creating, analyzing and keeping more data than ever before. An organization's underlying storage must support new-era big data and artificial intelligence workloads along with traditional applications while ensuring security, reliability and high performance. IBM Spectrum Scale meets these challenges as a high-performance solution for managing data at scale. This course covers IBM Spectrum Scale features that enable data-anywhere access that spans storage and locations to accelerate applications across the data center or around the world. Attendees should already know the basics of installing, configuring and managing a Spectrum Scale clustered file system and how to use the installer toolkit.
This IBM Spectrum Scale - Remote Data Access training course is intended for IT professionals tasked with administering a Spectrum Scale storage cluster consisting of Linux nodes. The course includes information on various Spectrum Scale features that enable remote access to the data that is stored in a cluster file system. This includes: multi-cluster support, clustered NFS, cluster export services (CES) and protocol support (NFS, SMB, Object, and block), Active File Management (AFM), and AFM-based Asynchronous Disaster Recovery (AFM DR).
- Attend IBM Spectrum Scale Basic Administration for Linux and AIX training or equivalent knowledge.
- Attend IBM Spectrum Scale Advanced Administration for Linux training or equivalent knowledge.
- This IBM Spectrum Scale - Remote Data Access workshop is for individuals who want to configure a Spectrum Scale cluster to allow remote data access.