This course delivers Oracle ZFS leading technology to build advanced, professional and efficient storage that meets modern business needs and reduce the complexity and risk.
By using ZFS which becomes an open source technology now, you can build your own professional storage, which has almost the same features found in any commercial hardware storage.
In order to get benefit from this course, you should have some background about Linux administration since this course is completely built on open source Linux.
By the end of this course you will have a strong knowledge about ZFS and how you can build and administrate your professional storage box.
With this lecture you will understand the course idea and what you will get from this amazing course
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learn step by step how to install centos 7 in easy way
learn how to prepare your storage machine by installing ZFS packages
This document explains some zfs terms you will hear about them through the course.
This document will explain to you the idea of XOR
Learn how to create RAID0,RAID1,RAID5 ZFS Pools and how to destroy ZFS Pools
This question is about RAID1
Discover ZFS features and what makes it different from other known filesystems.
How to create ZFS volume and ZFS filesystem, enable some storage features
Enable Thin provisioning and effectively extend your storage capacity
Get the concept of compression
List ZFS compression algorithms and applying them on ZFS Filesystem
Get the concept of De-duplication
Good exercise to let the student understand by himself what is the benefits from Thin Provisioning with De-duplication
We are waiting you for this discussion
Learn more about ZFS snapshots
Learn how to create,list,access and destroy ZFS Snapshots
This question will give you a good chance to do a search to know what is the main differences between snapshots and backup ?
Describe SAN/NAS concepts
Explain the NAS/SAN Labs
Create a NAS storage and share zfs filesystem to windows client
Connecting your NAS storage to Linux client using NFS
Connecting your SAN storage to Linux client
Connecting your SAN storage to Windows client
I am Muhamad Elkenany and I’m your go-to Unix/Linux systems and maintenance support.
I began with Linux in 2006 and have never looked back, gaining certifications in Linux, HPUX and Solaris. Throughout my career I served in several IT companies and am now at work as a UNIX/LINUX System Engineer, ever passionate to learn and know more.
Along the way, I’ve also gained much experience with virtualization (VMware ESXi , KVM ,VPAR) and storage (EMC, SUN, HP storage products)
I’m happy to share my expertise, and support your needs for more knowledge and information in the world of Linux.
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My name is Mohamed Nawar
I have worked on Linux since 2007, and have got certified RHCE in 2009, then I have spent the rest of my career working on oracle products related to operating system and storage as a system engineer and also as an instructor, so I have a pretty good experience in delivering these technologies.
As a system engineer I worked at the biggest telecom companies and mobile operators, which was the place that I found the latest high-end mission critical technologies.
As an instructor I have delivered operating system (Solaris 10, 11 curriculum, and Red Hat curriculum) and advanced services courses like oracle sun cluster, virtualization on SPARC machines “Ldoms”, advanced ZFS administration and ZFS storages.
I am very glad to be one of Udemy community, sharing with you knowledge and looking forward to know more from you.