Training & Certifications


CompTIA Server+ is an international, vendor-neutral certification for individuals with 18-24 months of experience with Industry Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology. CompTIA Server+ certifies technical knowledge in areas such as RAID, SCSI and multiple CPUs, as well as capabilities with server issues, including disaster recovery. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Server+ candidates hold a CompTIA A+ certification. The CompTIA Server+ certification bundle covers the body of knowledge required to prepare for the SK0-002 CompTIA Server+ 2005 certification exam.


At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand functions, features, and components of servers
  • Understand critical server storage technologies and the functions and features of IDE and SCSI
  • Define and understand best practices for installing and configuring servers
  • Define and understand best practices for upgrading servers
  • Understand server backup and disaster recovery best practices
  • Understand best practices in maintaining servers and their environments
  • Understand server-related troubleshooting best practices

The CompTIA Server+ Certification is aimed for Service managers, technicians, systems engineers/administrators, help desk staff, service and repair professionals, system analysts and integrators, PC support specialists, network engineers/ administrators/ analysts/ architects/ managers/ specialists.


This program is 5 days of intensive training class.


It is recommended for CompTIA Server+ candidates to 18-24 months of hands-on experience in the server-technologies industry. CompTIA A+ certification prior to CompTIA Server+ is recommended, but not required.


At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with 90 minutes of CompTIA Server+ Exam.


CompTIA Server+ Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from CompTIA.


  1. System board types, features, components, and purposes
  2. Deploy different chassis types and appropriate components
  3. Memory features/types
  4. Importance of a Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
  5. Processor features/types
  6. Install appropriate expansion cards into a server
  7. Install, update, and configure appropriate firmware
  1. Install, deploy, configure and update NOS (Windows / *nix)
  2. NOS security software and its features
  3. Implement and administer NOS management features based on procedures and guidelines
  4. Server roles
  5. Server virtualization concepts, features and considerations
  6. Common elements of networking essentials
  1. RAID technologies and its features and benefits
  2. RAID level
  3. Install and configure different internal storage technologies
  4. Purpose of external storage technologies
  1. Write, utilize and maintain documentation, diagrams and procedures
  2. Purpose of the industry best practices
  3. Physical environment for the server location
  4. Methods of server access
  5. Physical security measures for a server location
  1. Backup and restoration methodologies, media types and concepts
  2. Types of replication methods
  3. Data retention and destruction concepts
  4. Basic steps of a disaster recovery plan
  1. Troubleshooting theory and methodologies
  2. Troubleshoot hardware problems, selecting the appropriate tools and methods
  3. Troubleshoot software problems, selecting the appropriate tools and methods
  4. Diagnose network problems, selecting the appropriate tools and methods
  5. Troubleshoot storage problems, selecting the appropriate tools and methods

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