This course is designed for novice, as well as experienced, EMC NetWorker administrators. The course covers not only how to configure clients, perform backups and recoveries, manage backup devices (disks and tape libraries) and how to perform a disaster recovery, but also how NetWorker works, which is extremely useful when troubleshooting and trying to understand how many of the features of the software work. This class is appropriate for people using NetWorker 7.6.x thru 8.1.
This course was written by Rick Brode, who also wrote EMC's NetWorker 7.3 [TM] Administration course when he worked at EMC. The content of BTC's (Brode Training and Consulting) and EMC's courses is very similar, as far as topics covered. The course is approximately 60% lecture and 40% lab.
This course covers installing, configuring, and managing NetWorker in either a UNIX or Windows environment. For the lab environment, each student has both a Linux and a Windows virtual machine, as well as two virtual tape libraries.
BTC can deliver the course at your site for $6900 for up to 8 students.
Each class can also be customized in content and length. For example, we could also condense the course into a 2-3 day class equivalent to "Operations Training" for your employees who may be responsible only for day-to-day operations and monitoring, but not installing or configuring the NetWorker software.