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C1000-031 - IBM Power Systems Scale-Up Technical Sales




Server AdministrationIT Training


Lateral Entry Professionals and Freshers


Online and Classroom Sessions


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

1.5  hrs in weekdays and 3hrs during Weekend

Server Administration What will you learn?

•Learn about Server Administration Practices and guidelines.
•Learn Server Administration proficiently in a structured fashion.
•Learn how to use loop statement in Server Administration .
•Students will learn how to build apps using Server Administration .The Concepts Of Server Administration Language From Basic To advance
•Learn Server Administration from Scratch, Start from basic to advanced level
•Components states props how to pass variables between components in Server Administration .
•You will be able to do web development projects on your own.
•Dive in and learn Server Administration step-by-step from beginner to intermediate level by building a practical project!

C1000-031 - IBM Power Systems Scale-Up Technical Sales Course Highlights

•Post training offline support available
•Training by Industry expert professionals
•Real time live project training and Guidance
•Create hands-on projects at the end of the course
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Access to a huge closet containing information about Hadoop
•Flexible group timings to admit freshers, students, and employed professionals
•Lifetime access to our 24×7 online support team who will resolve all your technical queries, through ticket based tracking system.

Who are eligible for Server Administration

•.Net Developer, SilverLight, MVC3, Entity Framework 4, WCF, SQL/PLSQL, c#, SQL Server 2008, HTML5, .Net
•HR, HR Manager, Human Resource Manager, HR Generalist, Cognos, BI Developer, OBIEE, Tableau, qlikview, Data Modeling, Dimensional Modeling,
•Java, .Net, Selenium, QTP, DBA, PHP, Neoload, Manual Testing, Rest, Soap, Web Services, SQL, UI, Peoplesoft, Cloud
•Oracle DBA, Network Architect, Service Now Developer, Windows Admin, System Admin, BMC BPM, VM WARE, Linux Admin, Storage Admin, Project Manager (Data Center)
•Software Development, Big Data, Hadoop, Spark, Hive, Oozie, Big Data Analytics, Java, Python, R, Cloud, Data Quality, Scala, Nosql, Sql Database, Core Java


Course in Pre-Launch Mode,Total number of question will be around 65+. C1000-031 – IBM Power Systems Scale-Up Technical Sales | Test series C1000-031 practice test This course contain 2 Practice test for C1000-031 – IBM Power Systems Scale-Up Technical Sales. It cover 100% of IBM exam C1000-031 certification syllabus. You can find questions more on practical side,they will help you to solve your real time problems. This exam consists of 5 sections described below. Power Systems Architecture and Product Family 26% Compare and position enterprise with scale-out models in order to satisfy customer needs. Recognize POWER9 compatibility with prior generations of Power Systems when planning to upgrade or migrate a customer’s installed hardware and/or software. Describe reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features of the Power Systems product family, especially those exclusive to enterprise servers. Describe enterprise pools prerequisites, capabilities and benefits, including mobile and static activations and conversions. Design solutions with expansion drawers, adapter cards, traditional disk, Solid State Drives (SSDs), attached SAN and tape into a POWER9 solution. Describe the benefits of POWER9 processor architecture, including SMT, L4 cache, balanced performance, clock speed, EnergyScale, Workload Optimized Frequency, memory bandwidth, I/O bandwidth (PCIe Gen4), CAPI, etc. relative to prior Power Systems and competition. Identify rack best practices for enterprise servers (e.g. I/O drawer placement, spacing, and cabling implications, deracking, horizontal PDUs, IBM manufacturing options, etc.). Differentiate memory optimization technologies for Power Systems (e.g. Active Memory Expansion (AME), Active Memory Sharing (AMS)) and configuration requirements. Identify the appropriate planning tools and information resources to confirm that requirements of a solution have been met (e.g. e-config, System Planning Tool (SPT), Workload Estimator (WLE), Sizing Guides, System Storage Interoperation Center (SSIC), Energy Estimator and System Performance Reports). Evaluate networking requirements needed to manage redundancy, virtualization, security, bandwidth (i.e., CPU resources and network settings), and determining the correct adapters and quantities. Identify environmental considerations (e.g. power, PDUs, UPS, space, racks, etc.). Virtualization 21% Match hardware connectivity (e.g. Fibre Channel, SAS, iSCSI) with the types of virtualization (e.g. NPIV, vSCSI, SR-IOV, SEA). Determine when shared storage pools (SSP) are appropriate for an enterprise solution. Identify the capabilities of Live Partition Mobility (LPM). Identify resource sharing capabilities of Power Systems, including processors, memory, and I/O (e.g. micropartitioning, shared processor pools (SPP), dedicated and shared-dedicated processors). Design an appropriate virtualization system management solution (e.g. HMC, PowerVC, PowerVM NovaLink). Given customer requirements, design a single or dual VIO Server (VIOS) solution (e.g. NPIV and vSCSI to host storage). Consider requisites, corequisites and limitations which may impact future requirements. Software and Operating System Considerations 15% Articulate the unique characteristics and different advantages offered by each operating system (AIX, IBM i, and Linux). Describe Power Systems licensing considerations with regard to transfers, sub-capacity licensing, etc. (operating systems, PowerVM, etc.). Recognize the basic security strengths of AIX, Linux, IBM i, and PowerVM and discuss PowerSC offerings. Given a customer’s requirements, describe which Power Systems Software product(s) and Edition(s), is/are appropriate (e.g., PowerHA, PowerVM, and PowerVC). Given a customer’s requirements, describe which Power Systems Software product(s) and Edition(s), is/are appropriate (e.g., PowerHA, PowerVM, and PowerVC). Design Solution to Customer Requirements 23% Given customer requirements, design an appropriate solution, including HMC, enterprise pools, remote restart, performance and capacity management, virtualization management/co-management, redundant FSPs, redundant HMCs, and secure networking. Incorporate appropriate existing hardware to a new configuration (e.g., adapters, disk drives, I/O drawers, etc.). Compare and contrast the I/O and storage options for Power Systems Enterprise servers. Describe the role of the Technical and Delivery Assessment (TDA) and how it is used to document customer requirements and minimize risk. Differentiate, position, and recommend Capacity on Demand (CoD) offerings (e.g. CUoD, Utility, Elastic and Trial). Identify key IBM cloud management offerings available for Power Systems (e.g. PowerVC, IBM Cloud PowerVC Manager) and the benefits that are associated with having a cloud infrastructure based on Power Enterprise servers (e.g. configuration flexibility, Dynamic Resource Optimization, Capacity on Demand). Identify technical advantages that POWER9 Enterprise servers provide for Linux workloads in terms of performance, reliability, price/performance and workload migration and consolidation. Identify methods available to maintain hardware and software (e.g., Fix Central, FLRT, etc.). Given a client’s availability requirements (RTO/RPO), design an appropriate solution for business continuity and/or Disaster Recovery (e.g., PowerHA, Geographically Dispersed Resiliency, backup/restore). Compare POWER8 to POWER9 migration considerations and requirements. Competition 15% Identify the advantages of POWER9 processor-based technology compared with x86 processors. Describe the business advantages of virtualization from a technical perspective. Compare and contrast the value proposition of solutions running on Power Systems (e.g., SAP HANA) compared with competitive platforms (e.g., Dell, HP, Oracle, etc.). Position the advantages of PowerVM virtualization and Capacity on Demand (CoD) relative to competition (e.g., Oracle, HP, Hyper-V, VMWare, KVM). Discuss a customer’s requirements with regards to TCA and TCO (e.g., software licensing relative to cores). Exam Details: Duration: 90 Minutes Number of Questions: 61 Passing Score: ~65

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