HP OneView Rev. 16.21 (ONEVIEW)(16.21)

  • Ideal candidate for this course

    Typical candidates for this course are sales consultants, sales engineers and presales engineers who will recommend, design, and demonstrate HPE converged infrastructure solutions. 

    Please Note: The HPE Product Certification - OneView is not accepted for the Service Ready OneView Solution Qualification.  Service Ready Delivery Partners should review the requirements for Service Ready installation prior to registering for training.
     

    Prerequisites

    For specific prerequisites and requirements to achieve any of the related certifications, see the certification description on the Certification and Learning website.

    Topics

  • Why HPE OneView?
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • The idea economy is here
    • HPE Transformation Areas
    • The HPE software-defined data center
    • HPE SDDC architecture
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
  • HPE OneView Value Proposition and Key Features
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • The HPE OneView approach to infrastructure lifecycle management
    • HPE OneView capabilities
    • HPE OneView integrations
    • HPE OneView and HPE Synergy
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
  • Product and Architecture Overview
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • HPE OneView architecture
    • Coexistence with legacy applications
    • How to buy HPE OneView
    • HPE OneView managed device support
    • Hardware requirements
    • Activity?Applying licensing options to customer situations
    • HPE OneView installation
    • HPE OneView Dashboard
    • Learning check
    • Lab 1?Accessing the Partner Ready Remote Lab
    • Lab 2?Deploying and Configuring the HPE OneView Appliance
    • Lab 3?Creating Software-Defined Data Center Resources Using HPE OneView
  • Adding and Managing Enclosures and Servers
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • HPE OneView configuration process
    • Connectivity Resource Manager
    • Adding enclosures to HPE OneView
    • Physical Server Resource Manager
    • Processing and handling of hardware components
    • Activity?Managing and monitoring servers in HPE OneView
    • Firmware management
    • Storage Resource Manager
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
    • Lab 4?Adding and Viewing an Enclosure
  • Creating and Managing Server Profiles
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • Introduction to server profiles
    • Managing server profile addresses and identifiers
    • Creating server profile connections
    • Managing server profile SAN storage
    • Managing server profile boot order and BIOS settings
    • HPE OneView integration for virtualization management
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
    • Lab 5?Creating and Managing Server Profiles and Templates in HPE OneView
    • Lab 6?Managing Storage Systems in HPE OneView
    • Lab 7?Transferring a Server Profile in HPE OneView
  • Resource Health Monitoring
    • Learning objective
    • Opening considerations
    • Resource health monitoring operations
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
    • Lab 8?Navigating HPE OneView
    • Lab 9?Monitoring Resource Health
    • Lab 10?Customizing an HPE OneView Data Center
  • Environmental Resource Manager
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • Customer problems and HPE solutions
    • Environmental Resource Manager in the data center
    • Utilization data collection and display
    • iPDU discovery
    • Topology configuration
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
  • HPE OneView Appliance Security
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • HPE OneView security features and operations
    • Security control procedures
    • Management user authentication
    • Certificate management
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
  • REST API
    • Learning objectives
    • Opening considerations
    • Activity?REST API and HPE OneView
    • HPE OneView resource-oriented architecture
    • HPE OneView URI model
    • Basic operations
    • HPE OneView PowerShell Library
    • Learning check
    • Learning check answers
    • Learner survey and course feedback
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  • Objectives

    After completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
    (Objectives shown by module)
     
    Module 1: Why HPE OneView?
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Identify how data centers can be successful in the idea economy
    • Explain how the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (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
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe how Hewlett Packard Enterprise (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
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe the architecture of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView
    • Explain how HPE OneView operates in environments with legacy applications, including:
      • HPE Virtual Connect Manager (VCM)
      • HPE Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager (VCEM)
      • HP Systems Insight Manager (HP 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
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Summarize how to perform Hewlett Packard Enterprise (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

    Module 5: Creating and Managing Server Profiles
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Outline the basic features and functions of server profiles
    • Describe how to manage server profile addresses and identifiers
    • Summarize the process of creating server profile connections, including advanced attributes
    • Explain how to manage:
      • Server profile SAN storage
      • Server profile boot order and BIOS settings
    • Describe Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView integration for virtualization management, including VMware vCenter and Microsoft System Center

    Module 6: Resource Health Monitoring
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe the key resource health monitoring operations of HPE OneView, including:
      • Alert-based operations
      • Status polling and collection operations
      • Alert email notifications and predefined reports

    Module 7: Environmental Resource Manager
    • After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Explain how Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solutions address data center problems
    • Describe the architecture of the HPE OneView Environmental Resource Manager
    • Explain how HPE OneView collects and displays utilization data
    • Outline the process of HPE Intelligent Power Distribution Unit (iPDU) discovery
    • Use HPE OneView to configure 3D data center topology information

    Module 8: HPE OneView Appliance Security
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Describe Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView security features and operations
    • Explain design features that provide security
    • Implement external authentication of HPE OneView management users
    • Manage the HPE OneView web server certificate

    Module 9: REST API
    After completing this module, you should be able to:
    • Explain the origins and use benefits of the Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interface (API)
    • Describe the resource-oriented architecture of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView
    • Perform the basic operations of the four REST API calls
    • Explain how to use the HPE OneView PowerShell Library