MAM216 MediaCentral | Archive System Administration
The MediaCentral | Archive System Administration (MAM216) course is intended to give attendees a detailed overview of the core administrative and monitoring tools available in MediaCentral | Archive. It provides an overview of MediaCentral | Asset Management’s web-based user clients and focuses on the administration and configuration tools.
This course is designed for System Administrators.
Working knowledge of handling the Windows GUI
Basic knowledge of TCP/IP network technology
Basic knowledge of MS Windows Server administration tools (RDP, MMC, IIS)
Note: Attendees are required to bring their own notebook/laptop to the course and have administrative privileges on the notebooks/laptops, allowing them to change network adapter settings, host files and install additional software components.
At the end of this course you will:
Understand the general structure, technology, and interactions within the MediaCentral | Archive system and its underlying MAM platform
Use the correct terminology for MAM subjects
Be able to check on a basic level if the system's current state is OK or needs further investigation
Be able to perform basic maintenance operations (e.g. start/stop the service groups)
Be able to investigate errors shown in MediaCentral | UX, i.e. check the corresponding backbone processes using the administrative tools
Be able to investigate log files
Do some basic troubleshooting
Be able to check and modify the system's configuration including the configuration of processes and workflows
Perform the use cases covered by the MediaCentral | Archive features
List the pre-requisites needed to be able to archive a sequence
Explain the data flow:
Explain the dataflow and software architecture for archive and restore operations
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