The HPSS System Administration course is offered as an overview of the components that make up the HPSS software and the dependencies of these components on their environment in order to perform data storage services. The course currently covers both HPSS Release 7.X versions. Although there is no specific date set for the next general offering, this course can be ordered and delivered specifically to meet a customer's needs.
After completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- Understand the role of each HPSS software component
- Plan, install and configure an HPSS system
- Manage an HPSS system
- Identify and resolve common operational problems
- Utilize various HPSS utilities and the command line interface
Intended Audience: This course is targeted for IT professionals who are responsible for the configuration and administration of an HPSS solution.
Prerequisites: As a course prerequisite, the student should have previous AIX/Linux system administration experience or training.
Registration and Payment Instructions:
1. Next Course Offering is September 23 - 27 2013
2. Please email any custom course requests to Annette Hamala.
Email Address: email@example.com
2012 HPSS Users Forum - The 2012 HPSS Users Forum (HUF) will be hosted by CEA and held at the Hotel Pullman (Paris Bercy) in Paris, France. The conference will run October 15th through noon on October 18th. The conference website is now available http://www-hpc.cea.fr/en/HUF2012/index.htm for users to register, view the draft agenda, and obtain other related information about the meeting. The length of the conference is the same as last year - 3 1/2 days, with time available in the evening to visit/tour Paris.
|Purdue University: Data Storage Archive- Information Technology at Purdue will be upgrading the Fortress archive system from EMC's DiskXtender (DXUL) to IBM's High Performance Storage System (HPSS). In addition to the new archive data, HPSS will manage and retrieve the legacy data on DXUL tapes. For more details, please visit http://www.rcac.purdue.edu/news/detail.cfm?NewsID=475|
|Library of Congress: Data Storage Archive - The Library of Congress has acquired HPSS for use in the National Audiovisual Conservation Center. The NAVCC is located in Washington, DC and at the Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation, located in Virginia.|