Architecting Advanced HPE Server Solutions, Rev. 16.21 (SVR-MASE)

Topics

  • Recognizing Industry Trends 
  • Gathering Customer Requirements 
  • Advanced Architecture for Server Solutions 
  • HPE Apollo Solutions for HPC 
  • HPE Apollo 4000 for Data-Driven Organizations 
  • HPE Moonshot Solutions 
  • HPE Integrity Superdome X Solutions 
  • HPE Integrity Superdome X Solutions 
  • Monitoring and Managing HPE Solutions 
  • Working with Customer Business Financials 

Objectives

This course prepares you to:
(Objectives shown by module)
Module 1 ? Recognize Industry Trends
  • Describe trends affecting enterprises and explain how these trends lead to the four Transformation Areas.
  • Describe key business challenges enterprises are facing.
  • Review the role of a server architect, emphasizing how the architect helps companies.
  • Provide an overview of the HPE enterprise server solutions covered in this course:
    • Apollo solutions
    • Moonshot
    • Integrity Superdome X

Module 2 ? Gather Customer Requirements
  • Identify key decision makers and explain how to engage them in a discussion about the company?s business requirements and challenges
  • Obtain data and documentation required to understand the company? business requirements
  • Explain best practices for creating requirements statements and documents
 
Module 3 ? Advanced Architecture for Server Solutions
  • Analyze the special needs of data, High Performance Computing (HPC), and mission-critical workloads
  • Given a customers? specific requirements, architect a solution for a data, HPC, and mission critical workloads
 
Module 4 ? HPE Apollo Solutions for HPC
  • Explain the features and benefits of HPE Apollo 2000, 6000, and 8000 solutions
  • Position HPE Apollo 2000 and 6000 solutions for the right use cases and workloads
  • Create an implementation plan for an HPE Apollo 2000 or 6000 solution, including plans for the proper performance, scalability, high availability, and management
 
Module 5 ? HPE Apollo 4000 for Data-Driven Organizations
  • Briefly describe the HPE Apollo 4000 portfolio
  • Position HPE Apollo 4000 solutions for the right use cases
  • Create an implementation plan for an HPE Apollo 4000 solution, including plans for the proper performance, scalability, and high availability
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Module 6 ? HPE Moonshot Solutions
  • Briefly describe the HPE Moonshot portfolio
  • Position HPE Moonshot solutions for the right use cases
  • Explain options and best practices for designing the networking component of an HPE Moonshot solution
 
Module 7 ? HPE Moonshot Workloads
  • Position HPE Moonshot cartridges for the right use cases and workloads
  • Create an implementation plan for the following solutions, including plans for the proper performance, scalability, and high availability:
    • Big data and analytics solution
    • Video processing solution
    • Mobile workspace solution
    • Web infrastructure solution
 
Module 8 ? HPE Integrity Superdome X Solutions
  • Explain the benefits of the HPE Integrity Superdome X and describe its available options
  • Explain the benefits of nPar and RAS features for HPE Integrity X solutions
  • Position HPE Integrity Superdome Xsolutions for the right use cases
  • Create an implementation plan for HPE Integrity X solutions, including plans for the proper performance, scalability, fault tolerance, high availability, and manageability
     
Module 9 ? Monitoring and Managing HPE Solutions
  • Recommend and substantiate the HPE management tools that optimize administrative operations for various customer environments
  • Explain the benefits of the HPE Representational State Transfer (REST) application program interface (API)
     
Module 10 - Working with Customer Business Financials
  • Demonstrate business acumen through an ability to analyze financial statements
  • Define basic financial terms used when talking with a customer's executive officers
  • Calculate key performance indicators (KPIs) to analyze a customer's financial health and understand industry and company trends
  • Use HPE tools analyze a company's financial position