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Advanced SAN School I - SD San Francisco 2007
SANs are no more than "virtual SCSI cables" or storage plumbing -- yet, companies spend gobs of money and invest thousands of man-hours on this intricate plumbing. Advanced SAN School I session examines why organizations implement NAS and SANs. It provides a peek at options for leveraging existing Fibre channel and IP storage technologies.
This presentation with seasoned SAN trainer Howie Goldstein identifies the components and products that make up a viable NAS and/or SAN strategy, examines the hype-free aspects design and performance aspects of an IP-based SAN, and finally, explores where storage networks are headed over the next few years.
Howard Goldstein Associates, Inc.
- Storage Decisions
- 10 Dec 2007
- 01 Dec 2007