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CompTIA Server+ 2005 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
CompTIA's Server+ certification offers industry recognition of server administration, troubleshooting, and management. This series equips you with all you need to know in order to pass the 2005 edition of the Server+ test (SK0-002). Learners will be presented with an up-to-date look at current server networking strategies from both the installation and servicing perspectives.

Certification:
CompTIA Server+ certification exam SK0-002

Audience:
This course is for anyone working, or preparing to work, with server networking technology and hardware, or for administrators and technicians preparing to take the CompTIA certification exam SK0-002.

Features:
●  Flash and audio provide animated, interactive Lesson Introductions, Activities, and Simulations.
●  Activities allow learners to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment.
●  Exercises allow learners to practice in the actual application being studied.
●  Find-A-Word allows learners to look up an unfamiliar term in the Glossary, on the Web, in a dictionary, or in MindLeaders Reference Library (for subscribers). n addition, it lets them find other occurrences of the term in the same course.
●  Search text enables learners to rapidly search all text within a course to easily retrieve information required.
●  Courses challenge the learner with a variety of question formats, including multi-step simulations, true/false, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank.
●  A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.
●  A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
●  Bookmarking tracks a learner's progress in a course.

Topics included in this course:
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Basics 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Availability 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Multiprocessing and Server Memory 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Bus Architecture 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : SCSI Systems 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : IDE/ATA and RAID Systems 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Advanced Storage Arrays 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Installing Hardware 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Management and Configuration 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Preparing the Server for Service 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Upgrading the Basic System 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Adapters, Peripherals, Monitoring Agents and Service Tools 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Maintenance and Environmental Issues 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Problem Determination 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Troubleshooting 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Disaster Recovery 
CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Practice Exam

CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Basics 
Summary:
This course provides you with the basics of server technology. You will examine the different types of servers and network architectures.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe different server systems
Discuss the differences between general-purpose, appliance and application servers
Describe different server types
Explain how to use multi-tiered server architectures

Topics:
Comparing server systems
General-purpose and appliance servers
Application servers and services
Providing service
Server types
Multi-tiered server architectures
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Availability 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of clustering, scalability, high availability, fault tolerance, and failover.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss the effects of server failure and reliability
Explain the concepts of clustering and scalability
Calculate high availability
Differentiate between fault tolerance and failover

Topics:
Server failures and reliable server networks
Clustering
Scalability
High availability
Fault tolerance
Failover
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Multiprocessing and Server Memory 
Summary:
This course provides information about multiprocessors, multiprocessing systems and memory types that you will encounter on the CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) Exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Define the different types of multiprocessing systems
Explain the advantages and disadvantages to multiprocessing
Define multiprocessing systems
Discuss different types of RAM and where they are to be used
Explain the purpose of the buffer and the cache in terms of system memory

Topics:
Multiprocessing systems
Symmetric multiprocessing systems
Multiprocessing advantages and disadvantages
Installing multiple processors
Server processor subsystems
Selecting server memory
Error checking and correction
Buffering and cache memory
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Bus Architecture 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of server bus architecture and various hardware technologies used to manage and maintain a server's up time.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the various local bus interfaces and chipsets
Explain bus mastering
Discuss the various high-performance I/O interfaces
List hardware technologies related to bus mastering

Topics:
Local bus architectures and standards
Server bus management
PCI configuration
PCI bus mastering and hot-swap technology
Hot-plug PCI technology
PCI-X
PCI Express
Hierarchical and peer PCI bus
Intelligent input/output
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : SCSI Systems 
Summary:
This course provides information about the SCSI standard, including the development of the standard, the types of SCSI connections, and the cables to use. You will also learn about SCSI addressing, terminations, and how the SCSI standard is used over the Internet.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss the development of the SCSI standard
Explain the details of SCSI bus speeds and widths
Discuss different types of SCSI connectors and cables
Explain the different methods that can be used for terminating a SCSI chain
Explain how SCSI addressing is handled
Describe different Internet applications of the SCSI standard

Topics:
SCSI development
Serial attached SCSI
SCSI cables and connectors
SCSI addressing
SCSI terminations
Internet SCSI
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : IDE/ATA and RAID Systems 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of the various interface standards and RAID systems.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss the parallel ATA interface standards
List serial ATA interface standards
Explain the phases of network storage
Discuss the various RAID systems

Topics:
IDE interfacing
Ultra and serial ATA
Serial ATA II
Nearline storage
RAID development
RAID levels
Dual-level RAID systems
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Advanced Storage Arrays 
Summary:
This course provides information about Fibre Channel standards, as well as how they are used and properly implemented.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the benefits of Fibre Channel
Discuss the storage arrays Fibre Channel can use
Compare the storage devices that Fibre Channel uses
Identify the different cable, connector and converter types Fibre Channel uses
Explain how Fibre Channel transmission speeds are determined
Compare the bus lengths and topologies available to Fibre Channel
Explain how Fibre Channel bridges allow Fibre Channel to be used with other storage technologies
Describe the use of SAN, NAS, iSCSI and FCIP for network storage

Topics:
Fibre channel
Fibre channel storage arrays
Fibre channel disk drives and adapters
Fibre channel cables, connectors, and converters
Fibre channel transmission speeds
Fibre channel hardware bus lengths and topologies
Fibre channel bridges
SAN and NAS specifications
iSCSI and FCIP network storage
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Installing Hardware 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of installation planning, hardware and server installation, and network protocols and infrastructure.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss the need for installation planning and verification
Discuss the power sources, cabling, and hardware a server installation requires
Explain the network protocols, access protocols, and network infrastructure involved in a server installation

Topics:
Planning and verifying installation
Server power variations
Network protocols and domain names
Components, cables, and server racks
Server hardware
Server installation
Understanding network infrastructure
Network access protocols
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Management and Configuration 
Summary:
This course provides information about proper network and storage server management and configuration, as administered by the network administrator or server manager. It also discusses storage virtualization methods, preplanning and planning of network operating system updates, external peripheral configurations, and driver update processes on a network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Determine the manageability elements of a network, both data and storage
Explain the functions of security management over SANs and NAS infrastructures
Define the roles of in-band and out-of-band virtualization with networked storage environments
Determine the differences between the ESCON, telecom, and ESCOM models
Determine valid reasons for updating a server network using a preplanning method
Define the peripheral cabling types such as USB, FireWire, and serial ATA
Explain the importance of backup and recovery plans

Topics:
Network administration
Storage virtualization
Preplanning and installing updates
Network operating system installation
External peripheral configurations
Driver updates
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Preparing the Server for Service 
Summary:
This course provides information about the installation of system service tools, backup software, system monitoring agents, and event logs. It also discusses server baselines, creating server configuration documentation, and implementing the server management plan for OS-dependent and OS-independent components.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Name the two most commonly used network management protocols
List the essential services that a system monitoring agent must provide
Explain the purpose of performing a server baseline
Specify what documents should be kept for troubleshooting purposes
List what is included in a server management plan
Explain the importance and requirements of a server network security plan

Topics:
SNMP and DMI
Server backup
System monitoring
Server baselines
Establishing conditions
Documenting configurations
Server management plan
Security planning and remote servers
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Upgrading the Basic System 
Summary:
This course provides you with a detailed understanding of basic system upgrades and the elements that accompany them. These include scheduling, documenting, and installing.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Determine proper downtime schedules for system upgrades
Perform basic system upgrades to BIOS, firmware, and processors
Build documentation procedures, including creating the baseline for future upgrades
Explain the differences in backup and data recover options
Determine best practices for handling ESD and grounds

Topics:
Scheduling downtime
Performing full system backups
Processor upgrade
Hard drive upgrade
Memory upgrade
BIOS and firmware upgrade
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Adapters, Peripherals, Monitoring Agents and Service Tools 
Summary:
This course provides information on adapters, peripherals, monitoring agents, and service tools, and what you need to know about them for the CompTIA Server+ exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Upgrade service adapter cards and peripheral devices
Choose a UPS for your system
Identify types of server monitoring and management
Describe network management protocols

Topics:
Upgrading server adapter cards
Upgrading peripheral devices
Uninterruptible power supplies
Server monitoring and management
Monitoring interruption and management software
Network management protocols
Service tool upgrade
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Maintenance and Environmental Issues 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of server backups and physical security issues.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Discuss the importance of performing backups and proactive maintenance
Explain the fundamentals of server security and the importance of physical security
Establish antitheft devices for all system hardware, including server racks

Topics:
Performing file backups
Creating and using baselines
Adjusting SNMP thresholds
Server housekeeping
Server management plan
Entrance security
Server room security
Environmental issues
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Server Problem Determination 
Summary:
This course explains how to use diagnostic hardware tools and utilities to evaluate problems with the server.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Escalate problems properly
Evaluate the server startup process for problems
Determine if a server problem is caused by configuration errors, hardware failures or software problems
Use hardware diagnostic tools and utilities
Shut down different server operating systems

Topics:
Gathering information and handling escalations
Using server-related documentation
System evaluation
Hardware, software, and configuration problems
Diagnostic tools and utilities
Server operating system shutdowns
Troubleshooting server networks
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Troubleshooting 
Summary:
This course provides you with a basic understanding of various system bottlenecks and resource demands.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Measure, document, and analyze performance data
Identify and troubleshoot performance bottlenecks
Discuss the importance of rescheduling tasks and balancing resources

Topics:
Optimal performance
Documenting suspected bottlenecks
Identifying performance bottlenecks
Troubleshooting bottlenecks
Physical disk bottlenecks
Memory and network interface bottlenecks
Processor and network redirector bottlenecks
Server bottlenecks and resource handling
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Disaster Recovery 
Summary:
This course provides information about disaster recovery as it applies to the Server+ exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create, update, and implement a disaster recovery plan
Select the best hardware and media to backup your data
Create a backup schedule and a backup rotation scheme

Topics:
Disaster recovery plan
System redundancy plan
Hardware and media Backup
Tape drive backup
Advanced digital recording
Automated data tape storage
Backup scheduling
Backup rotation scheme and removable storage
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CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) : Practice Exam
Summary:
This course provides information about preparing to take the CompTIA Server+ 2005 (SK0-002) Exam. It also includes two 80-question practice exams.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Register for the exam and schedule a time for testing
Complete the practice exams

Topics:
Practice Exam 1
Practice Exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
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