1 - Managing Server Hardware
Server Components Server Power Server Cooling Asset Management
2 - Installing a Server
Prepare an Installation Plan Prepare the Server Hardware Set Up the Server Hardware Install an Operating System
3 - Configuring Networking
Manage Network Cabling Configure Network Interface Cards Implement IP Addressing and Network Infrastructure Services
4 - Creating a Virtual Environment
Create Virtual Servers Create Virtual Switches
5 - Performing Basic Server Configuration
Configure Local Server Properties Configure Server Roles Set Up IP Addressing Service Roles
6 - Administering the Server
Update the Server Server Administration Access and Control Methods Create Service Level Agreements Monitor Server Performance
7 - Implementing Storage Solutions
Perform Capacity Planning Deploy Primary Storage Devices Storage Technologies Configure RAID
8 - Securing the Server
Configure Firewalls Configure Security Protocols Implement Intrusion Detection Systems Implement Logical Access Control Methods Implement Data Security Methods Apply Server Hardening Techniques Implement Physical Security Create Virtual Networks
9 - Planning and Testing Disaster Recovery
Implement Environmental Controls Manage Documentation for the Server and the Network Create A Disaster Recovery Plan Perform Backup and Restoration
10 - Troubleshooting Server Issues
Troubleshoot Theory and Methods Troubleshoot Hardware Issues Troubleshoot Software Issues Troubleshoot Networking Issues Troubleshoot Storage Issues Troubleshoot Security Issues
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for IT professionals such as PC, desktop, and help desk technicians who have experience supporting PC hardware who wish to make the transition to become server hardware and support specialists. This course is also designed for existing server managers who are preparing to take the CompTIA Server+ Exam SK0-004.
To ensure your success in your course you should have 18 to 24 months of hands-on experience with installation, configuration, diagnosis, and troubleshooting of PC hardware and network operating system issues. It is also recommended that you have the CompTIA A+ certification or the equivalent training and experience.