THI3857 – Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series Hands-on Training

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Days: 2

Price: 2 TU

Place: MHM computer a.s., Prague

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Gain hands-on experience working with VSP 5000 storage systems!

Important: You must have completed Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series Differences Training Deep Dive – TXP3893-3 before registering for this course.

This intermediate course provides an introduction to Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 series. It focuses on the overall hardware architecture as well as highlighting the hardware differences from the previous VSP storage systems. Also, this course defines the steps to install the storage system initially.

This course is 100% hands-on practice on the VSP 5000 series hardware.

Note that THI3857 is designed for those who have prerequisite knowledge of legacy Hitachi VSP storage systems.


  • Developer
  • Field Engineer
  • Presales


  • Knowledge of legacy Hitachi VSP storage systems


  • Additional online courses as part of the NEXT Horizon and VSP 5000 Series release training



At the successful completion of this course, you will receive the Hitachi Qualified Professional – VSP 5000 Series Installation digital badge.


If you are interested in pursuing a certification or qualification, this course prepares you for the following Hitachi Vantara Qualified Professional qualification test:

Depending on the location and course delivery format, this closed-book, proctored qualification test may be offered and administered by the instructor at the conclusion of this course, using the Kryterion Webassessor system. It is also available online (online proctored) and at Kryterion testing centers (onsite proctored).


When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Verify the actual locations of physical components in the hardware
  • Discuss questions about the observed locations of physical components
  • Use maintenance manual information to dummy replace parts including:
    • Controller
    • Memory DIMMS
    • CHBs – DKBs
  • Perform a microcode update
  • Install drives and create parity groups according to instructions
  • Practice rebuilding the initial build subsystem if the subsystem fails

For more information about the course, click here.