CompTIA's Server+ is a vendor-neutral certification that validates the competency of advanced IT technicians. The Server+ Certification proves a technician's knowledge of Industry Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology, technologies such as SCSI, multiple CPUs and RAID, as well as capabilities with server problems, including disaster recovery.
CompTIA Server+ Certification Training Course measures the necessary competencies for network administrators working in the IT industry. Students will learn the skills and knowledge required to manage multi-platform support, maintenance, setting control, changing user needs, increased server demand, and disaster planning on a variety of operating systems.
The CompTIA Server+ certification is targeted towards individuals with 18-24 months of IT experience. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Server+ candidates hold should knowledge of CompTIA A+.
|Duration of the course:||Part Time : 2 Months (2 hrs/day)
Full Time : 1 Month ( 4 hrs/day)
Introduction to Servers:
- Investigating Different Types of Servers.
- Identifying Server Hardware.
- Identifying Network Operating Systems and Other Software.
- Planning for Server Installation.
- Adding Server Hardware.
- Verifying the Installation.
- Data-Transmission Media.
- Checking and Upgrading BIOS and Firmware Levels.
- Configuring RAID.
- Installing Network Operating Systems and Other Software.
- Configuring External Peripheral Devices.
- Installing System Monitoring Agents and Service Tools.
- Documenting the Server.
- Backing Up Server Data.
- Base lining Servers and Monitoring Server Performance.
- Setting SNMP Thresholds.
- Keeping the Server Clean.
- Verifying Hardware.
- Establishing Remote Notification.
Upgrading Server Components:
- Creating and Using Upgrade Check Lists.
- Adding and Replacing Hardware.
- Upgrading Server Software.
Exploring Environmental Issues Surrounding Servers:
- Evaluating the Physical Security of Servers.
- Evaluating the Server Room Environment.
- Reviewing General Troubleshooting Information.
- Analyzing the Problem and its Cause.
- Using Diagnostic Software.
- Identifying Bottlenecks.
Exploring Disaster Recovery Concepts and Techniques:
- Ensuring Redundancy and Availability.
- Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan.