HPE OneView (01064181) (H7H11S)

The HPE OneView Rev. 16.31 course teaches technical professionals how to recommend and demonstrate HPE OneView infrastructure management solutions. This 3-day course teaches presales architects about product features and functions and how to demonstrate HPE OneView through hands-on lab exercises. Course participants will learn the architectural model, feature set, and how to configure environments. This course is recommended to prepare to pass the HPE Product Certification?OneView exam.

Audience
Typical candidates for this certification are consultants, sales engineers, and presales technical engineers who recommend, design, and demonstrate HPE solutions ranging from servers, storage, networking, and data center to cloud.
Note: This certification is not accepted for service qualification. Please review the requirements for service providers.

Prerequisites
For complete prerequisites and requirements to achieve any of the related certifications or upgrade paths, see the certification description on the HPE Certification and Learning website.

Course objectives
After completing this course, you should be able to do the following: (Objectives shown by module)
  • Why HPE OneView?
  • HPE OneView value proposition and key features
  • Product and architecture overview
  • Adding and managing enclosures and servers
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Course Modules
Module 1: Why HPE OneView?
  • Identify how data centers can be successful in the idea economy
  • Explain how the HPE Transformation Areas can address IT problems
  • Explain the role of the HPE Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)
  • Describe the HPE SDDC architecture
Module 2: HPE OneView value proposition and key features
  • Describe how HPE OneView offers a new approach to infrastructure lifecycle management
  • Outline the key capabilities of HPE OneView, including:
    • Server provisioning
    • Storage management
    • HPE Virtual Connect networking
    • Automated change management with driver and firmware updates
  • Summarize details about the HPE OneView integrations that provide additional support for partner management platforms
  • Explain how the HPE Synergy framework leverages HPE OneView
Module 3: Product and architecture overview
  • Describe the architecture of HPE OneView
  • Explain how HPE OneView operates in environments with legacy applications, including:
    • HPE Virtual Connect Manager (VCM)
    • HPE Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager (VCEM)
    • HPE Systems Insight Manager (HPE SIM)
  • Summarize HPE OneView licensing considerations
  • Specify which devices and interconnect modules are supported by HPE OneView
  • List the hardware requirements for rack servers and server blades that HPE OneView can manage, along with the system requirements of the HPE OneView virtual appliance
  • Provide an overview of the HPE OneView installation process
  • Customize the HPE OneView dashboard
Module 4: Adding and managing enclosures and servers
  • Summarize how to perform HPE OneView configuration tasks and define key configuration elements including:
    • Enclosure groups
    • Logical interconnect groups
    • Logical interconnects
    • Uplink sets
    • Server hardware types
    • Server hardware
    • Storage systems
    • SAN managers
    • Outline the key features of the HPE OneView connectivity resource manager
    • Explain how to add enclosures to HPE OneView
    • Describe the primary functions of the HPE OneView physical server resource manager
    • List the steps involved in processing and handling hardware components
    • Explain how HPE OneView performs firmware management
    • Describe the purpose of the HPE OneView storage resource manager