Transitioning to Hitachi Unified Storage (THI2193)

This 3 day course is designed to provide AMS 2000 trained students with the technical skills necessary to implement and support block-based Hitachi Unified Storage. It also offers an introduction to file-based Hitachi Unified Storage. The training describes the differences between AMS 2000 and Hitachi Unified Storage features and benefits. ILT classroom sessions are supported by lab exercises that include hands-on experience. vILT sessions are supported by video demonstrations of the lab exercises.


Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the learner should be able to:

  • Describe the features and benefits of Hitachi Unified Storage
  • Describe and identify the architecture differences between the Adaptable Modular Storage 2000 family and the Hitachi Unified Storage 100 family
  • Compare the hardware differences and capabilities
  • Compare the program products (licensed features) differences and additions
  • Identify the differences in maintenance procedures
  • Describe the characteristics and principles of file-based storage implemented by Hitachi Unified Storage


Course Outline

Content Modules

  • Overview
  • Hardware Differences and Additions
  • Hitachi Unified Storage Program Products
  • Maintenance Differences
  • File Module Overview


Learning Activities - Labs

  • Component Identification
  • Initial Setup
  • Hitachi Storage Navigator Modular 2 Overview
  • Maintenance


Prerequisite Courses

TCI1835 - Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage 2000 Family Implementation and Support


Required Knowledge and Skills

Hands-on working experience with AMS 2000 family storage systems

AMS 2000 implementation and support

SAN/Fibre Channel theory and practice


Supplemental Courses

Block Module

  • TSI1949 - Basic Provisioning for Hitachi Unified Storage
  • TSI1950 - Advanced Provisioning for Hitachi Unified Storage


File Module

  • TCI2035 - Hitachi NAS Platform Installation and Maintenance
  • TCI2102 - Hitachi NAS Platform Administration and Operation