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|Prepare the Environment and Create a Cluster||- Given a scenario, evaluate an environment to determine suitability for Veritas InfoScale Availability for a high availability solution.|
- Install and verify Veritas InfoScale Availability in a variety of environments.
- Create and verify a cluster.
- Configure cluster data protection mechanisms suitable for specified environments.
|Configure Service Groups for Application High Availability Requirements||- Given a scenario, evaluate the suitability of selected applications for clustering using Veritas InfoScale Availability.|
- Prepare an application for high availability.
- Configure a service group and resources to place an application under Veritas InfoScale Availability control.
- Customize service group and resource configurations to meet the requirements of the high availability objectives.
- Determine service group and resource behavior during startup, failure events and normal operations.
|Modify and Maintain the Cluster||- Configure different notification methods.|
- Reconfigure cluster communications.
- Reconfigure cluster data protection mechanisms.
- Reconfigure cluster node membership.
- Modify cluster attributes.
- Identify the impact of cluster maintenance operations.
- Manage and administer Veritas InfoScale Availability environments.
|Understand More Complex Configurations||- Determine and control service group relationships.|
- Explain when and how to use triggers.
- Configure and administer a cluster in a virtual environment.
- Configure and administer a global cluster.
- Configure and administer a cluster in a cloud environment.
|Troubleshoot||- Determine Veritas InfoScale Availability behavior when system and communication faults occur.|
- Describe how to use the Veritas InfoScale Availability configuration and log files for troubleshooting.
- Explain cluster startup and shutdown processes.
- Troubleshoot service group and resource failures.
Exam Duration: 105 minutes
Number of questions: 75-85
Passing Marks: 71%
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