IBM-SAN Storage & IBM-TSM training @ SysAdminExperts - Pune - Pune

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

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SAN (Storage Area Network) is storage product of IBM which provides dedicated network to block level data
storage. SANs are primarily used to make storage devices, such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical
jukeboxes, accessible to servers so that the devices appear like locally attached devices to the operating system.
Benefits of SAN to Industry
• Sharing storage usually simplifies storage administration and adds flexibility since cables and storage
devices do not have to be physically moved to shift storage from one server to another.
• SAN has the ability to allow servers to boot from the SAN itself. This allows for a quick and easy
replacement of faulty servers since the SAN can be reconfigured so that a replacement server can use the
LUN of the faulty server. While this area of technology is still new many view it as being the future of the
enterprise datacenter.
• SANs also tend to enable more effective disaster recovery processes.
• The Fiber Channel over IP (FCIP) and iSCSI protocols have been developed to allow SAN extension over IP
IBM-SAN Models:
• IBM Categorized as Entry Level (DS3500 Exp, EXP2500 Express, EXP3000), Midrange (DCS3700, DS5000 series,
IBM Storwize V7000 Unified Storage) and Enterprise (DS8000, IBM XIV, SONAS) Storages based on the data
volume of business segment.
Some basic SAN activities:
• Lun Creation / Deletion, Zoning , LDOM Zoning, iGroup Creation, Lun Mapping, Clusters, NDMP, Quotas,
Fabric Metrocluster, SAN Provision, Log Analysis, New SAN Implementation, SAN troubleshooting, SAN
configuration, Switch configuration, Networking etc.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM or ITSM) is a centralized, policy-based, enterprise class, data backup and recovery
package. The software enables the user to insert objects not only via backup, but also through space management
and archive tools. It also allows retrieval of the same data via similar restore, recall, and retrieve methods.
The product was known as ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager (ADSM) before its 1999 re-branding, and was
originally known as Workstation Data Save Facility (WDSF).
Recent release 6.3 (Oct 2011). The 6.1 release of the TSM Server is supported on AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, and
Windows Server.

IBM Workshop on AIX, TSM & Storage
MODULE#1 : Operating System UNIX/AIX
MODULE#2 : TSM Admin
Introduction to Tivoli Storage Manager
• Introduction
• Objectives
• IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
• TSM platform support
• IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
• Backup /Restore
• Archive/Restore – Long Term Storage
• Tivoli Storage Manager Products
• Installing Tivoli Storage Manager on AIX
• Prerequisites Required by the ITSM Server
• Basic Components Installed by IBM Tivoli
Storage Manager
• Install IBM Tivoli Storage Manager License
on AIX
• Registering and Querying Licenses from
the Command Line
• Backup/Archive Client Prerequisites
• Backup archive client Installation Steps
Managing Storage Pools and Storage Pool
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Storage Pools, Storage Pool Hierarchies &
Storage Pool Volumes
• Storage Pool Hierarchies
• Device Classes
• Device Class and Storage Pool
• Defining Storage pools
• Update / query storage pools
• Defining storage pool volumes
• Deleting Storage Pools and Volumes
• Automatic Data Movement
• Storage Pool Migration
• Reclamation
• Collocation

Install and Configure Tape Library Attached
to the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Server
• Introduction
• Objective
• Install and Configure Tape Library
Attached to the IBM Tivoli Storage
Manager Server
• Prepare Tape Cartridges for Use in an IBM
Tivoli Storage Manager Tape Library
• Checking in Volumes
• Create Scratch Tapes by Using the LABEL
LIBV Command
• Checking Out Volumes
• Auditing a Library
• Managing Storage Pools and Storage Pool
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Overview of Schedules
• Central Scheduling Mode - Client Polling
• Central Schedule Mode - Server Prompted
• Selecting Schedule Methods
• Additional Scheduling options
• Additional Client Polling Options
• Additional Server Prompted Options
• Identify Tasks/Actions that can be
Scheduled for Clients
• Consistent Client Return Codes
• Managing Client/Server Sessions
• Defining Schedules
• Using Command Line to define the
• Schedule Example
• Using Command line to define Association
Client Configuration
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Identify the types of Clients
• Using the command line
• Using the web client
• Using GUI
• Administrative Control of Access
• Configuring Client Access to Server
• Define include/exclude option
• Include/exclude processing
Backup-Archive Client Functions
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Types of Backups Available from the GUI
• Incremental (Complete) and Journal-based
• Journal-based Backup
• Incremental by date (only)
• Incremental (without journal)
• Always backup selective
• Snapshot image backup
• Restore operation
• Point-in-time restore
• Archive Process
Database & Recovery Log
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Database and Recovery Log
• Transactions
• Recovery Log Transaction Modes
• Normal Mode
• Roll Forward Mode
• Space Allocation
• Database and Recovery Log Space
• Estimating the size of the database
• Cached and copy Storage pool sizes
• Overhead
• Estimating the Size of the Recovery Log
• Reducing the Database and Recovery Log
Monitoring and Logging Events
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Monitoring and Logging Events
• Client Message Candidates
• Client Event Formatting
• Message Formatting
• Client Event Processing
Enabling Client Events for the Storage

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