Course: CompTIA Server+ 2014 (exam SK0-004)

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$543.29 incl. vat

duration: 27 hours |

Language: English (US) |

access duration: 180 days

In this CompTIA training course you are prepared for the CompTIA Server+ certification. You will learn to set up, maintenance of, troubleshoot, security and support of server hardware and software inclusive virtualisation. At the end of the course you can work with issues in a server environment, you can deal with disaster recovery, general security procedures, server roles and you are familiar with terms and concepts that is needed in the industry. Among subjects that covered are motherboard, memory, processor, BIOS, virtual machine, network basics, storage, backup, replication, disaster recovery and far more.

Result

After completing this course you are familiar with creating server hardware and software, implementation and managing.

Prerequisites

We recommend the certification CompTIA A+ (or any experience) including 1 or 2 years experience in IT.

Target audience

Network Administrator

CompTIA Server+ 2014 (exam SK0-004)

27 hours

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Server Administration I

  • start the course
  • determine the role and purpose of a server
  • perform the steps to update firmware on a server
  • perform the steps to configure BIOS/UEFI and boot order
  • configure and format RAID
  • partition and format a disc
  • configure file system types
  • configure a host name on a server OS
  • set up a local account on a server OS
  • connect your server to a network and join a domain and/or directory
  • enable services and use different server security components to address security concerns
  • establish server, swap, or pagefile optimization
  • install different features, roles, applications, and drivers on a server OS
  • deploy images and cloning and perform scripted installs
  • compare roles and requirements for web, application, directory, and database servers
  • compare roles and requirements for file, print, messaging, and mail servers
  • compare and contrast roles and requirements of a routing and remote access server
  • compare and contrast roles and requirements of a network services server
  • use access and control methods to administer local hardware
  • use access and control methods to administer network-based hardware
  • use access and control methods to administer network-based operating systems
  • perform proper change management techniques to ensure server maintenance
  • perform proper patch management techniques to ensure server maintenance
  • perform proper patch management techniques in device driver updates
  • perform proper server maintenance techniques as layed out in the outages and service level agreements
  • configure a server to run on a network

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Server Administration II

  • start the course
  • perform proper performance monitoring techniques to ensure server maintenance
  • perform proper performance hardware maintenance
  • perform proper performance preventative maintenance
  • describe the process of providing clustering and load balancing techniques in order to provide server fault tolerance and high availability
  • recognize the importance of different server asset management techniques
  • recognize the importance of different server asset techniques
  • recognize the importance of different server inventory asset techniques
  • describe different server documentation options
  • describe different server documentation options
  • describe the process of securing server storage of sensitive documentation
  • describe the purpose and operation of hosts and guests
  • describe the purpose and operation of management interface for virtual machines
  • describe the purpose and operation of hypervisor
  • describe the purpose and operation of different elements associated with a hardware compatibility list
  • describe the purpose and operation of resource allocation elements between guest and host
  • create good server management documentation, policies, and procedures

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Storage

  • start the course
  • recognize the different disk specifications when installing and deploying primary storage devices
  • recognize features involved with the different interface options when installing and deploying primary storage devices
  • compare hard drive versus SSD
  • identify the different RAID level and performance considerations
  • compare software RAID versus hardware RAID
  • describe configuration specification best practices
  • describe hot-swap support and ramifications
  • compare hot spare versus cold spare
  • describe features of an array controller
  • describe the features of DAS
  • describe the features of NAS
  • describe the features of SAN
  • describe the features of JBOD
  • describe the features of tape storage devices
  • describe the features of an optical drive
  • describe the features of flash, compact flash, and a USB drive
  • compare base10 versus base2 disk size calculation
  • calculate appropriate disk quotas and disk compression storage capacity
  • recognize the different considerations for capacity planning
  • recognize the different considerations for capacity planning of directories and databases
  • recognize storage options

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Security

  • start the course
  • compare and contrast multifactor authentication methods and concepts
  • compare and contrast physical security methods and concepts
  • compare and contrast additional physical security methods and concepts
  • apply OS hardening techniques
  • apply application hardening techniques
  • apply endpoint security techniques
  • recognize remediate security issues based on vulnerability scan
  • apply hardware hardening techniques
  • describe a network-based and host-based firewall
  • describe 802.1x and NAC port security
  • describe what a router access list is and how it helps secure network security systems
  • describe a network intrusion detection system (NIDS)
  • identify and explain the different authentication protocols
  • describe the public key infrastructure process
  • describe a VPN, IPSEC, and VLAN
  • distinguish between the different security zones including DMZ, public versus private, and intranet versus extranet
  • implement access control lists user, groups, and roles
  • recognize access control list resource methods
  • recognize access control list permission statements
  • implement data security methods
  • implement secure storage disposal techniques
  • implement proper power concepts and use best practices
  • implement proper power distribution concepts and use best practices
  • describe capacity planning concepts
  • describe multiple circuit concepts
  • implement proper safety controls and techniques
  • implement proper additional safety controls and techniques
  • implement proper environmental controls and techniques
  • understand the options available for securing the server environment

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Networking and Disaster Recovery

  • start the course
  • describe the structure and usage of IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • describe the usage of a default gateway
  • describe CIDR notation and subnetting
  • compare public versus private IP addressing
  • compare static assignment versus DHCP
  • describe DNS
  • describe WINS
  • describe NetBIOS
  • compare NAT and PAT
  • describe the process and usage of MAC addresses
  • describe the usage and elements of a network interface card
  • contrast TCP and UDP network services
  • match well-known ports and protocols
  • define registered ports and protocols
  • define the different copper cable types
  • define the different fiber cables types
  • define the different connector types
  • implement cable placement and routing
  • implement proper cable labeling, bend radius, and cable ties
  • define disaster recovery site types
  • define disaster recovery replication methods
  • describe the importance of a disaster recovery plan
  • describe the importance of a business continuity plan
  • describe the importance of a business impact analysis
  • describe the different methodologies associated with backup techniques
  • recognize the different types of backup media
  • recognize media and restore best practices
  • implement a media storage location
  • describe concepts related to networking and disaster recovery

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Troubleshooting I

  • start the course
  • identify troubleshooting problems and determine the scope of the problem
  • determine whether there is a common element to symptoms causing multiple problems
  • test a theory to determine cause
  • establish a plan of action to resolve the problem and notify impacted users
  • implement a troubleshooting solution or escalate as appropriate
  • verify full system functionality
  • implement preventative measures
  • perform a Root Cause Analysis
  • recognize the process of documenting findings, actions, and outcomes
  • troubleshoot some common hardware problems
  • troubleshoot additional hardware problems
  • recognize some of the causes of common hardware problems
  • identify environmental issues associated with hardware problems
  • recognize some of the tools used during hardware troubleshooting
  • identify the steps and best practices for troubleshooting IT problems

CompTIA Server+ SK0-004: Troubleshooting II

  • start the course
  • troubleshoot some common storage problems
  • troubleshoot some additional common storage problems
  • recognize some of the causes of common storage problems
  • recognize more causes of common storage problems
  • recognize some of the tools used during storage troubleshooting
  • troubleshoot some common security issues
  • recognize some of the causes of security issues
  • recognize more causes of security issues
  • recognize some of the tools used during security troubleshooting
  • troubleshoot some common software problems
  • troubleshoot some additional software problems
  • recognize some of the causes of common software problems
  • recognize some of the tools used during software troubleshooting
  • troubleshoot some common network problems
  • troubleshoot some additional network problems
  • recognize some of the causes of common network problems
  • recognize some of the tools used during network troubleshooting
  • troubleshoot software, storage, security, and network issues

TestPrep SK0-004 CompTIA Server+

We offer several optional training products to enhance your learning experience. If you are planning to use our training course in preperation for an official exam then whe highly recommend using these optional training products to ensure an optimal learning experience. Sometimes there is only a practice exam or/and practice lab available.

Optional practice exam (trial exam)

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice exam. This practice exam comprises a number of trial exams which are very similar to the real exam, both in terms of form and content. This is the ultimate way to test whether you are ready for the exam. 

Optional practice lab

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice lab. You perform the tasks on real hardware and/or software applicable to your Lab. The labs are fully hosted in our cloud. The only thing you need to use our practice labs is a web browser. In the LiveLab environment you will find exercises which you can start immediatelyThe lab enviromentconsist of complete networks containing for example, clients, servers,etc. This is the ultimate way to gain extensive hands-on experience. 

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Duration 27 hours
Language English (US)
Certificate of participation Yes
Online access 180 days
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