Duration 2 days
This course provides the information required to configure Atmos resources including security, tenancy, and policy. The course provides significant hands-on and relevant practice exposing students to the Atmos GUI which is a key mechanism to monitoring and management.
Who should attend
This course is intended for anyone responsible for the configuration, setup, management, implementation,or support of EMC Atmos.
To understand the content and successfully complete this course, a student should have knowledge and skills associated with the following:
- Cloud computing concepts
- Atmos fundamentals
A list of specific prerequisite courses can be found in EMC Education Services Learning Management System.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Describe use cases for Atmos
- Explain how Atmos can be implemented as a cloud solution
- Describe dataflow during standard read and write
- Differentiate between data and metadata
- Describe the Atmos security model
- Describe the function of cloud tenancy and how it is implemented in Atmos
- Describe the relationship between tenants and access protocols
- Explain the role of policies
- Explain the relationship of tenant and policies
- Describe how parameters such as the number of replicas, erasure coding, de-dupe, and compression affect Atmos capacity and performance
- Describe tools to monitor and configure EMC Atmos
The content of this course is designed to support the course objectives. The following focus areas are included in this course:
- Atmos Resource Overview
- Atmos Security Model
- Atmos Tenancy
- Atmos Access Protocol Configuration
- Atmos Policy Planning & Configuration
- Atmos Monitoring & Tools
In addition to lecture, this course includes labs designed to allow practical experience for the participant.