CompTIA Server+ (SERVER+)

 

Prerequisites

To be able to prepare for your exam you should have successfully earned the CompTIA A+ Certification or have at least 1 year of experience of working in IT support. Specifically, it is recommended that you have the following skills and knowledge before starting this course:

  • Taken and passed both CompTIA A+ Certification exams or have equivalent knowledge and experience.
  • 6 months to one year of post-A+ Certification support experience.
  • Extensive experience of supporting end-users and PC-based systems.

Course Objectives

You'll learn about the following CompTIA SERVER+ topics:

  • Install and upgrade server-class hardware.
  • Install and configure server NOS and applications software.
  • Configure RAID arrays.
  • Use management and monitoring tools.
  • Create disaster recovery plans.
  • Troubleshoot hardware, storage, networking, and software issues.

Course Content

You'll become an expert in the following modules:

  • Install and upgrade server-class hardware.
  • Install and configure server NOS and applications software.
  • Configure RAID arrays.
  • Use management and monitoring tools.
  • Create disaster recovery plans.
  • Troubleshoot hardware, storage, networking, and software issues.

Prices & Delivery methods

Online Training

Duration
5 days

Price
  • on request
Classroom Training

Duration
5 days

Price
  • on request

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This is a FLEX course, which is delivered both virtually and in the classroom.