IMC Essentials For Network Administrators HL048S

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Course data sheetIMC Essentials for NetworkAdministratorsHL048SHPE course numberHL048SCourse length5 DaysDelivery modeILT, VILTView schedule, localpricing, and registerView nowView related coursesView nowWhy HPE Education Services? IDC MarketScape leader 5 years runningfor IT education and training* Recognized by IDC for leading withglobal coverage, unmatched technicalexpertise, and targeted educationconsulting services* Key partnerships with industry leadersOpenStack , VMware , Linux , Microsoft ,ITIL, PMI, CSA, and SUSE Complete continuum of training deliveryoptions—self-paced eLearning, customeducation consulting, traditionalclassroom, video on-demand instruction,live virtual instructor-led with hands-onlab, dedicated onsite training Simplified purchase option withHPE Training CreditsThis training course covers monitoring and managing acomputer network with HPE Intelligent Management CenterSoftware Platform (IMC) version 7.3. This course discussesinstallation, adding devices, viewing and managing bothfirmware and configuration, managing alarms and VLANs. Italso teaches compliance, ACL, virtualization, and performancemanagement, plus Network Traffic Analyzer and Zero TouchProvisioning. The hands-on laboratory exercises monitorand manage ArubaOS Switch, ArubaOS-CX, Comware, Cisco,Arista, pfSense firewall, Windows server, VMware ESXi, andLinux server.Audience Network engineers and administrators Network architects and consultantsThis course is the combination of: Discover devices automatically and adddevices manually H9TB1S: Managing HPE IMC I: View the managed devices in multiple waysImplementation Fundamentals (3 days) H9TB2S: Managing HPE IMC II: CompliancePolicies and Performance Management (2 days) Manage device configurations and firmware Automate device configuration changes Monitor the network’s performancePrerequisites Discover the new Desktop User InterfaceLearners should have networking experienceto get the most from this training course. Discover the Quick Service ProcessCourse objectivesBy the end of the course, you should be able tomeet the following objectives:Technology Value with Training, IDC*RealizeInfographic 2037, Sponsored by HPE, October 2017 Describe the protocols IMC uses to monitorand manage devices Describe IMC’s software structure Discover and isolate faults in yourenvironment Make configuration changes to yourcomputing environment Authenticate users with 802.1X and UAM Manage the performance of yourenvironment Increase the security of your environment

Page 2Course data sheetH9TB1S: Managing HPE IMC I: Implementation Fundamentals (Days 1 to 3)Detailed course outlineModule 1: Compliance and Intelligent Policy Center Create a policy and have IMC check for a policy violationon managed devices Have IMC perform an additional action based on agenerated alert.Module 2: ACL Management ACL assistant feature Managing device ACL configurations Managing ACL templates Deploying ACLs using IMC’s ACL deployment wizard Managing ACL resourcesModule 3: Virtualization ManagementModule 4: Performance Management An introduction to virtualization Using Virtual Resource Manager (VRM) Adding virtual hosts to IMC An introduction to managing virtual devices in VRM Describe the types of performance metrics that anetwork administrator can monitor using IMC Configure individual device monitoring settings Analyze the performance characteristics being trackedby IMC View, interpret, and configure performance widgets inthe IMC home windowModule 5: Network Traffic Analyzer (NTA) Use topology maps to access device performancemetrics Configure topology maps to display specificperformance metrics Describe the difference between global index dataand real-time monitoring data Describe the difference between global index settingsand individual device monitoring settings Configure real-time performance data Understanding traffic monitoring and NTA’s capabilities Setting up and using interface monitoring Configuring networking devices for NTA Setting up NTA widgets on the home window Configuring NTA for traffic analysis and auditing Performing traffic log audits Using host session monitoringModule 6: Zero Touch Provisioning Create configuration template for the devicefinal configuration Create configuration template for the device ZTPinitial configuration Create a Auto Deployment Plan and have IMC deployZero Touch Provision IMC will automatically add the new device.

Page 3Course data sheetH9TB1S: Managing HPE IMC I: Implementation Fundamentals (Days 1 to 3)Detailed lab outlineModule 1 Lab: Accessing HPE vLabs Task 1: Connect to Your Labgroup Task 3: Launch IMC Task 2: Verify SQL ReadinessModule 2 Lab: Installation and Initial AccessModule 3 Lab: Adding Devices Task 1:Log In to IMC and add an account Task 3: Install a module Task 2: Manage operator accounts Task 4: Configure Display Tiling Tas 1: Using auto discovery to add the switches–– AOS Task 2: Using “Add Device” to add the two Windowsservers–– Comware Task 3: Adding Arista, pfSense and AOS-CX Task 4: Adding the ESXi server and the two Linux VMs Task 5: Convert devices to communicate using SNMPv3and SSHModule 4 Lab: MIB Management Task 1: View how IMC processes unknown private MIBtraps–– Cisco–– Arista Task 6: Observe success Task 7: DBman backup Task 3: Escalate a trap to an alarm Task 2: Import private MIBs and view how IMC processesprivate MIB trapsModule 5 Lab: View ManagementModule 6 Lab: Configuration Management Task 1: Access and Manage the Network Topology Task 4: Custom View Task 2: IP Topology View Task 5: Port Group Task 3: IP View Task 6: Data Center Topology Task 1: Firmware Backup Task4: Configuration Baseline and Compare Task 2: Firmware Baseline Task 5: Schedule device backup Task 3: Configuration BackupModule 7 Lab: Alarms & Events Task 1: Understand the Alarm window information Task 3: Creating, Seeing and Alerting Alarms Task 2: Home Screen Alarm and Performance Viewing Task 4: Alarm Ack, Recovering Task 5: Event to AlarmModule 8 Lab: VLAN Management Task 1: Manage Global & Device VLAN information Task 2: VLAN Deployment Task

Page 4Course data sheetH9TB2S: Managing HPE IMC II: Compliance Policies and Performance Management (Days 4 and 5)Detailed course outlineModule 1: Compliance and Intelligent Policy Center Create a policy and have IMC check for a policy violationon managed devices Have IMC perform an additional action based on agenerated alert.Module 2: ACL Management ACL assistant feature Managing device ACL configurations Managing ACL templates Deploying ACLs using IMC’s ACL deployment wizard Managing ACL resourcesModule 3: Virtualization ManagementModule 4: Performance Management An introduction to virtualization Using Virtual Resource Manager (VRM) Adding virtual hosts to IMC An introduction to managing virtual devices in VRM Describe the types of performance metrics that anetwork administrator can monitor using IMC Use topology maps to access device performancemetrics Analyze the performance characteristics being trackedby IMC Configure topology maps to display specificperformance metrics View, interpret, and configure performance widgets inthe IMC home window Describe the difference between global index dataand real-time monitoring data Describe the difference between global index settingsand individual device monitoring settings Configure real-time performance data Configure individual device monitoring settingsModule 5: Network Traffic Analyzer (NTA) Understanding traffic monitoring and NTA’s capabilities Setting up and using interface monitoring Configuring networking devices for NTA Setting up NTA widgets on the home window Configuring NTA for traffic analysis and auditing Performing traffic log audits Using host session monitoringModule 6: Zero Touch Provisioning Create configuration template for the device finalconfiguration Create a Auto Deployment Plan and have IMC deployZero Touch Provision Create configuration template for the device ZTP initialconfiguration IMC will automatically add the new device.

Page 5Course data sheetH9TB2S: Managing HPE IMC II: Compliance Policies and Performance Management (Days 4 and 5)Detailed lab outlineModule 1 Lab: Compliance and Intelligent PolicyCenter Task 1: Connect to Your LabgroupModule 2 Lab: ACL Management Create, deploy, and apply an Access Control ListModule 3 Lab: Virtualization Management Access and view IMC’s virtualization representationModule 4 Lab: Performance Management Task 1: Examine and Tune Device Performance values Task 2: Launch and connect to IMC Task 2: Access and Observe “Global Index Settings” Task 3: Use “Performance View” to monitor interfaceutilization Task 4: Access and Observe “Performance Option”Module 5 Lab: Network Traffic AnalyzerModule 6 Lab: Zero Touch Provisioning Task 3: Use “Compliance Center” for auditing Task 5: Utilize “Real-Time Monitoring” under “PerformanceManagement” Task 6: Utilize “Real-Time Monitoring” under “DeviceDetails” Task 7: Observe Real-Time data on topology maps Task 8: “Application Performance Manager” introduction Task 1: Add Comware to NTA Task 3: Perform host session monitoring Task 2: Create a “Traffic Analysis Task” Task 4: Perform interface monitoring Task 1: Prepare lab system for device zero touchconfiguration Task 3: Observe a successful ZTP-ADP operation. Task 2: Configure an Auto Deployment Plan for devicezero configurationLearn more athpe.com/ww/learnnetworkingFollow us: Copyright 2019 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP. The information contained herein is subject to change withoutnotice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statementsaccompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.Microsoft is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.The OpenStack Word Mark is either a registered trademark/service mark or trademark/service mark of the OpenStack Foundation, inthe United States and other countries and is used with the OpenStack Foundation’s permission. We are not affiliated with, endorsedor sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation or the OpenStack community. Pivotal and Cloud Foundry are trademarks and/orregistered trademarks of Pivotal Software, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Linux is the registered trademark ofLinus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United Statesand/or other jurisdictions.HL048S F.00 , March 2019

IMC Essentials for Network Administrators . HL048S. This training course covers monitoring and managing a . computer network with HPE Intelligent Management Center Software Platform (IMC) version 7.3. This course discusses installation, adding devices, viewing and managing both

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