Training & Deploy
Bacula Backup USA offers in-company simultaneous training-deploy, exploring the capabilities of your data center structure and implementing a reliable corporate level backup system.
In addition to the instructor book, all students receive lifetime access to online content, composed of more than 9 hours of video classes and extra information.
The training topics are flexible according to customer needs as well as the schedule . It usually takes three or four days and can hold up to 12 students.
The investment for training is in average U$ 4900,00, depending on the location and students quantity.
As an option, it is possible to hire our trustful remote support to your new Bacula Backup System.
For more informatio, fill the form under the tab “Hire Now”.
Basic Bacula Training:
The course presents the theory and practice of backups, covering installation, recovery, backup specific tools, “disaster recovery” and several other important aspects to safe and reliable backups. Real situations recording and data recovery will be simulated.
Goal: prepare system administrators to deploy and manage a Bacula backup system.
* Planning and deploy of a production backup system at customer’s discretion.
* Types, myths, topologies and backup strategies (GFS).
* Key Bacula Features
* Linux Backup server Deploy
* Linux and Windows Clients Deploy
* Data Compression
* Copy and Migration Jobs
* Deduplication Jobs
* Disk, Magnetic Tape and Tape Libraries Storages Configuration and Operation
* Off-site backup
* Graphical User Interface (BAT, Webmin, Webacula etc.)
* Bacula Commands
* Full and partial restore
* Backup system disaster recovery
* Run and After Backup scripts
* Specific Application Backup: virtual machines, databases, mail servers etc.
* Universal bpipe FIFO Plugin
a) Bacula Book, Heitor Faria.
a) Basic Linux commands and text file edition.
a) 02 Linux Machines (E.g: Debian 7.8 [download VirtualBox image here] or Ubuntu/CentOS/RedHat) and 01 Windows (server versions recommended), for each student (may be virtual, with “NAT Network” interfaces).
b) Internet connection.
c) Data show or large TV.
d) Production Linux Server and administrator credentials to all machines if production backup system deploy is desired.
Heitor Medrado de Faria is the author of the books “Licenses Free and Fundamental Rights” and “Bacula – Backup Free Software”. Special student in the Masters of Computer Science and Law UNB. Postgraduate degree in IT Service Management (Security), Public Law and Project Management. Founder, consultant and trainer of the national community of users Bacula. Analyst Federal Data Processing Service. Training Consultant of Technology. Has experience as Network Administrator (Windows, Linux, Netware, including directory services), Security Manager and Manager of Services and Projects. Certificate ITILF, LPIC-III and TOEIC “Golden”. Participant boards and free software as a speaker meetings (including international).
Certificate will be awarded at the end of the course (in digital form) students with frequency greater than 75% (seventy five percent) .