Bacula 1: the open source backup software
Bacula 1: the open source backup software. Learn how to build a 100% free open source reliable backup system with Bacula Community Software
The name of this course is Bacula 1: the open source backup software. The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Learn how to build a 100% free open source reliable backup system with Bacula Community Software.
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Heitor Medrado De Faria, one of the very best experts in this field.
Description of this course: Bacula 1: the open source backup software
Course Description The course presents the theory and practice of backups, covering installation, recovery, backup specific tools, disaster recovery and many other important aspects of safe and reliable backups. Real situations recording and retrieval data will be simulated. The course is very practical: 10% theory / 90% hands-on, and all the commands are availale on the training documentation. Some topics: * Backup Theory * Backup Policies * Types, myths, topologies and backup strategies (GFS). * Bacula Key Features and Architeture * Bacula Server Installation and Configuration on Linux * Installing and Configuring the Bacula Client (Linux and Windows) * Data Compression * Configuration and Operation of: disk storages, magnetic tape drives and autochangers * Bacula Commands * Full and partial data restore * Graphical Interfaces * Bacula Server disasters recovery * Run and After Backup scripts * Specific applications backup: virtual machines, databases, mail servers etc. * Volumes Copy and Migration * Files Deduplication * Exercises Everyone who works with backup or need corporate data protection should do this training in order to know more about the inner workings of this wonderful open source backup tool. It’s also great for IT university students and teachers, since it allows it’s code studying and modification.
Requirements of this course: Bacula 1: the open source backup software
What are the requirements? 2 virtual or physical Linux machines for Bacula Director and Client (at least one Debian 7.6 recommended) with 10 Gb free space on disk 1 virtual or physical Windows Machine (server recommended) with 10 Gb free space on disk
What will you learn in this course: Bacula 1: the open source backup software?
What am I going to get from this course? Make the student ready to fully plan, install, configure and operate a Bacula backup system Understand the most used backup strategies Be able to configure the backup for several specific applications (databases, virtual machines etc.)
Target audience of this course: Bacula 1: the open source backup software
Who is the target audience? System Administrators IT Technicians IT Managers