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The Veritas Backup Exec 16: Administration course is designed for the data protection professional tasked with architecting, implementing, backing up, and restoring critical data. This five-day, Instructor-led, hands-on class covers how to back up and restore data, configure storage devices, manage media, and maintain the Backup Exec environment. Students also learn how to configure and work with various Backup Exec Agents, which protect applications like Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft SQL, and virtual environments.

  • Describe the basic functionality of Backup Exec 16.
  • Describe the basic architecture of Backup Exec 16.
  • Install and upgrade to Backup Exec 16.
  • Install and work with the Backup Exec 16 RAC.
  • Configure storage devices.
  • Manage devices and media used by Backup Exec.
  • Run basic backup jobs.
  • Set backup settings and methods.
  • Restore backed-up data.
  • Perform Online Disaster Recovery.
  • Work with the Database Encryption Key.
  • Install the SDR disk creation wizard and create an SDR disk image.
  • Recovering a server with SDR.
  • Backup a physical machine and convert to virtual simultaneously.
  • Backup a physical machine and convert to virtual based on a schedule.
  • Install, configure, and manage the Veritas Backup Exec Central Admin Server Option.
  • Protect remote servers using the appropriate Remote Agent.
  • Install, configure, and work with the Agent for Windows and the Agent for Linux.
  • Use Backup Exec to protect databases and applications.
  • Protect the following:
  • VMware vSphere
  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Agent for Active Directory
  • List the supported virtual conversion configurations.
  • Install the Deduplication option.
  • Configure Backup Exec Deduplication Storage.
  • Backup and restore deduplicated data.

This course is designed for system administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, systems professionals, consultants, backup administrators, backup operators, and others who are responsible for installing, configuring, and dayto-day management of Backup Exec 16.

You must have basic working knowledge of administration and configuration of the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 platforms. You must also have experience configuring server software and hardware. Basic working knowledge of domain security and experience with Active Directory is recommended.

  • Basic working knowledge of the following applications is beneficial, but not required:
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server
  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • VMware virtual infrastructure

Veritas Backup Exec 15: Install and Configure

Course Introduction

  • About this course
  • Education and support resources
  • Backup Exec 16 Fundamentals
  • Data backup basics
  • Backup Exec solution offerings
  • Backup Exec architecture
  • Backup Exec 16 end of life items
  • Installing Backup Exec 16
  • Backup Exec 16 download options
  • Backup Exec 16 – New installation
  • Typical installation of Backup Exec
  • Custom installation of Backup Exec
  • Installation Logs
  • Installing Backup Exec 16: Remote Administration Console
  • Applying Backup Exec updates
  • Working with the Administration Console
  • Launching Backup Exec 16
  • Backing up and recovering data
  • Licensing Backup Exec 16
  • Backup Exec License Editions
  • Capacity Editions
  • V-Ray Edition
  • Backup Exec 16 license key requirements
  • Disk Storage Devices
  • Backup Exec storage devices
  • Configuring disk storage devices
  • Configuring disk cartridge devices
  • Configuring deduplication storage
  • Configuring Backup Exec storage pools
  • Managing disk storage devices
  • Network Storage Devices
  • Configuring cloud storage
  • Configuring network storage
  • Disk and Network Storage Data Management
  • Managing disk and network data
  • Data Lifecycle Management
  • Read only setting
  • Media Catalogs
  • Tape Devices and Tape Management
  • Configuring tape storage
  • Managing tape devices
  • Tape Storage Operations
  • Managing tapes with media sets
  • Backing up Data
  • Adding a server
  • Creating a backup job
  • Working with multi-server backup definitions
  • Accounts and credentials in Backup Exec
  • Managing server selections
  • Backup selections – Dynamic inclusion
  • Backup selections – Tag as Business-Critical
  • Backup selections – Resource ordering
  • Backup selections – Excludes
  • Adding a backup task
  • Backup settings – Backup methods
  • Backup settings – Additional settings
  • Backup stage basics
  • Job name fundamentals
  • Manually running backup jobs
  • Managing Servers and Jobs
  • Backup and Restore view
  • Server groups
  • Retired servers group
  • Restoring Data
  • Viewing contents of backup sets
  • Restore job basics
  • Restore settings
  • Granular restore technology (GRT)
  • Restoring data from a single backup set
  • Restoring data from multiple backup sets
  • Restoring data from a cloud storage device
  • Restoring data from disk storage
  • Restoring data from tape
  • Restoring data from backup job
  • Online Disaster Recovery
  • Restoring System State
  • Shadow Copy Components
  • Working with the Database Encryption Key
  • Backup Exec Database sensitive data components
  • Auto-generated AES-256 encryption key
  • Protecting the Database Encryption Key (DEK)
  • Simplified Disaster Recovery
  • Simplified Disaster Recovery fundamentals
  • Simplified Disaster Recovery: Backup
  • Installing the SDR disk creation wizard
  • Creating an SDR disk image (.iso) file
  • Recovering a server with SDR
  • Windows Storage Pools and Spaces
  • SDR additional options
  • Upgrading to Backup Exec 16
  • Upgrading to Backup Exec 16 server
  • Backup Exec 16 Central Admin server and Managed Backup Exec server rolling upgrades
  • Agent for Windows upgrade
  • Migration report
  • Appendix A: Storage Devices
  • Windows Storage Pools and Spaces
  • Network Storage
  • Remote Media Agent for Linux
  • Robotic Libraries
  • Importing a legacy backup-to-disk folder
  • Appendix B: Central Admin Server Option
  • Backup Exec 16 CAS: Overview
  • Installing the CAS
  • Installing MBES
  • Backup jobs: MBES and Server Pools
  • Restoring Files using CAS
  • Instant Recovery jobs
  • MBES Settings
  • Copy Configuration to MBES
  • Upgrading a CAS environment to Backup Exec 16
  • Renaming CAS and MBES
  • MBES to Standalone
  • Offline Central Admin Server Restore from a Managed Backup Exec Server
  • Appendix C: Remote Administration Console
  • Installing Backup Exec 16 Remote Administration Console
  • Veritas Backup Exec 15: Manage and Administer
  • Data deduplication and Open Storage Technology: Fundamentals
  • Enabling the deduplication option
  • Configuring Backup Exec deduplication storage
  • Exclusion from Windows deduplication
  • Configuring OST device
  • Deduplication backup job
  • Configuring client-side deduplication
  • Rehydration
  • Optimized duplication
  • Protecting Backup Exec deduplication storage
  • Best practices for the deduplication option
  • Introduction to Remote Agent, Applications and Databases
  • Agent for Windows
  • Push-installing the Agent for Windows using the Add Server Wizard
  • Locally installing the Agent for Windows
  • Managing the Agent for Windows
  • Agent for Applications and Databases fundamentals
  • Enabling the Agent for Applications and Databases feature
  • Protecting Microsoft Exchange Server
  • What’s new in Exchange 2016
  • Backup Exec Agent for Microsoft Exchange: Installation
  • Backing up a DAG
  • Exchange backup selections
  • Exchange backup settings
  • Exchange Preferred Servers Only backups
  • Restoring Exchange Data
  • Exchange Database Restore
  • GRT Browse Restore
  • GRT Search Restore
  • Restore Considerations: GRT
  • Restore Considerations: Public Folders
  • Restore Considerations: Site Mailbox
  • Restore Considerations: Database Overwrite
  • Restore Considerations: RDB
  • Restore Considerations: Disaster Recovery
  • Volume Shadow Copy
  • Troubleshooting: VSS Provider and Exchange Writer
  • Protecting Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft SQL server agent: Installation
  • SQL backup selections
  • SQL backup settings
  • Restoring a Microsoft SQL server database
  • Unsupported Microsoft SQL server features
  • Protecting Microsoft SharePoint Server
  • SharePoint Agent overview
  • Adding a SharePoint server Farm
  • Backing up SharePoint
  • Restoring SharePoint
  • Protecting Microsoft Active Directory
  • Agent for Microsoft Active Directory
  • Traditional Active Directory Restore
  • Active Directory: Granular Recovery Technology
  • Protecting Virtual Environments
  • Virtualization technologies
  • Backup Exec virtualization Agents
  • Installing Agent for VMware and Hyper-V
  • Backing up virtual machines
  • Instant recovery for virtual machines
  • Removing an Instantly recovered virtual machine
  • Restoring virtual machines
  • Performing Virtual Machine Conversions
  • Conversion to virtual machine fundamentals
  • One-time convert to virtual
  • Backup and convert simultaneously
  • Backup and convert to virtual machine on schedule
  • Convert from a backup set
  • Virtual conversion options
  • Conversion considerations

Audience

  • Systems Engineers
  • Network Engineers
  • Network Administrator
  • System Administrators

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  • How long is a Veritas Certification designation valid? When do certiifcation expire?
  • How does a live-online class differ from a standard classroom delivery ?
  • What time do classes begin ?
  • Who will be my trainer?
  • How do I pay?
  • What are your cancellation & refund policy?

Veritas certified candidates and their companies have the ability to gain industry recognition, competitive differentiation, greater productivity & results, increased user community satisfaction, and a tangible measure of their education investment. Learn more about certification benefits.

Veritas Certified Specialist certifications have no expiration date. When certification verification is required, Veritas will identify the product version, thus distinguishing between those who have upgraded certifications and those who haven’t. Veritas highly recommends recertification to remain current with Veritas technology and trends.

Our live online classes are conducted in the same manner as our classroom classes, using the same manuals and lab equipment. Just as in our classroom classes, each online student is assigned a set of remote lab equipment including an ESXi host and various pre-configured Virtual machines, as the specific class they are attending requires. The students connect to the lab environment using Microsoft’s Remote Display Protocol (RDP) in order to perform the lab exercises. The vast majority of our online students find the class experience equivalent to or better than a classroom delivered class.

Class begins at 9:30 am and ends at 5:30 pm(IST).

All our trainers are Veritas Certified Instructors. Our representative will share trainer profile once you start talking to our team.

We accept all modes of payment. If you are being nominated by your organization, your organization need to release PO before the course start date. If you are an individual you can pay through credit / debit cards, online transfer (RTGS/NEFT) to our account 7 days prior to the course start date.

  • In a highly unlikely event of cancellation of batch from our end, we shall refund 100% that is paid by you. If client choose to cancel for any reasons, below is the terms.
  • If you cancel or reschedule your registration 5 or more calendar days before the scheduled start date of the class – No cancellation charges
  • If you cancel or reschedule your registration less than 5 calendar days before the scheduled start date of the class – cancellation charges 100% of the course fee
  • If you do not show up for the event, or cancel on the day of the event - cancellation charges 100% of the course fee

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