Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components Online Training
This entry-level Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components training prepares learners to manage the installation and management of all the hardware components that go into getting servers running and stable.
The world's best networks are processing terabytes of information, storing away vital customer and business information, and making huge profits and advancements possible. But how much of that do you think can happen if the servers never get installed onto racks and actually plugged in?
This server hardware installation and management course is all about the hands-on basics. What are the actual, tangible steps necessary to getting server hardware installed and running? Take the course and prepare yourself for a real-world mastery of the physical spaces that make data centers possible.
After finishing this Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components training, you'll know how to manage the installation and management of all the hardware components that go into getting servers running and stable.
For anyone who manages their CompTIA training, this CompTIA training can be used to onboard new network administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a CompTIA reference resource.
Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components: What You Need to Know
This Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components training has videos that cover hardware troubleshooting topics including:
- Handling, installing and deploying motherboards in your servers
- Choosing the best processor and storage for your network
- Ensuring network connections are appropriate to your needs
- Balancing power supply, cabling and physical limitations
Who Should Take Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components Training?
This Installing and Managing Server Hardware Components training is considered administrator-level CompTIA training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This networking skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with hardware troubleshooting and experienced network administrators looking to validate their CompTIA skills.
New or aspiring network administrators. Any time you're new to a job or a career, it's a good idea to ground yourself in the absolute basics. When it comes to network administration, you could easily get lost in all the details of protocols, configuration and advanced functionality. But the basics will never go away: how to handle and deal with the physical components that make servers run. Learn them with this course and set your career up for success.
Experienced network administrators. Even experienced network administrators can learn a lot from this course in doing the real-world, hands-on work of installing and managing server hardware components. If you've spent your entire network administration career in the digital realm, re-establish yourself in plain-old reality with this training.