Data Dynamics, Inc. provides various training programs for StorageX administrators, Architects, System Administrators, and Developers, depending on the area of interest. Users can attend scheduled instructor-led training sessions or, for specific areas, take online eLearning courses at their own pace.
To learn more about Data Dynamics training programs or to register for a class, visit the Data Dynamics Training Portal or click one of the training program links below:
- StorageX Management Portal: This training program introduces students to the planning, installation, and configuration of Analytics, including the implementation of Analytics operational features such as Discover, Analyze, Archive and Retrieval. This class is tailored to give both Management and Storage Administrators a better understanding of their distributed file system and what to do with the unorganized data in their environments.
- October 1st – 3rd
- November 5th – 7th
- November 19th – 21st
- December 3rd – 5th
- December 17th – 19th
- StorageX Migration Administrator: This training program introduces students to the planning, installation, and configuration of StorageX, including the implementation of StorageX operational features such as Phased and Archival Migration policies, Migration Projects and Basic DFS Management. This class is tailored to storage administrators primarily interested in using StorageX to implement NAS migrations.
- StorageX DFS Administrator: This training program introduces students to the planning, installation, and configuration of StorageX, including the implementation of StorageX operational features such as DFS Management, which includes Namespace Availability, Namespace Backup and Restore, Disaster Recovery, and Replication policy configuration. This class is tailored to Storage and System administrators who are interested in using StorageX to both migrate file data and manage their file environment with Microsoft’s Distributed File System.
- July 16th – 18th
- October 8th – 10th
Attendees should be familiar with the basic concepts and operations of CIFS and NFS file, folder, and share/export management. Attendees should also be familiar with Microsoft Distributed File Systems (DFS) and have a general understanding of and experience with enterprise storage software and hardware.
Internet connection and browser, as well as a phone or VOIP headset for instructor-led training sessions.