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  1. Storage Management Best Practices & Tips

    11 October 2010

    The non-stop growth in the amount of information that is generated and stored necessitates a review of storage networking best practices in medium to large sized storage environments. This tutorial provides some practical tips for planning, purchasing, and deployment of storage in areas of Network Attached Storage systems for unstructured data, deploying block storage for business critical applications, and managing Storage Area Networks in general.

  2. Understanding High Availability in the SAN

    11 October 2010

    This session will appeal to those seeking a fundamental understanding of High Availability (HA) configurations in the SAN. Modern SANs have developed numerous methods using hardware and software to assure high availability of storage to customers. The session will explore basic concepts of HA, move through a sample configuration from end-to-end, investigate HA and virtualization, and discuss some of the challenges and pitfalls faced in testing HA configurations.

  3. Writing Storage RFP's in 2010

    11 October 2010

    The data storage industry has changed dramatically over the past few years. The traditional Request for Proposal(RFP)does not address these changes or the challenges faced by IT organizations. Therefore, a new way of defining storage requirements to leverage this evolving technology is needed.

  4. An Introduction to Storage Management

    12 April 2010

    The nature of storage and management is changing. The new decade will bring technology advances and corresponding changes in the ways to manage the storage infrastructure. This session will describe the basics of storage management, how standards can help with managing diverse storage networks, and provides approaches that can be undertaken to solve many storage challenges.

  5. How to Eliminate Configuration Drift Risk

    12 April 2010

    In today's highly stressed IT environments, unanticipated and unwanted downtime still happens. A high availability (HA) infrastructure for processors and storage is one of your best protections. Yet, even an HA infrastructure can drift as configuration changes are implemented, manual adjustments are made, new releases of software and firmware are applied, and underlying business processes evolve.

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