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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. iSCSI SANs: Ideal Applications, Large and Small

    12 April 2010

    Current IT trends in technologies such as server virtualization, are offering additional reasons to deploy shared storage. Yet, nearly 50% of the storage deployed is still DAS. This presentation will outline reasons to move to shared storage and will focus on how iSCSI offers an ideal solution for SANs both large and small. IP SANs with iSCSI offer a number of advantages to organizations including flexibility, lower cost, and simplified management. Many applications are ideally suited for iSCSI including, server virtualization, infrastructure applications, storage consolidation, and business applications.

  4. Notes and Lessons Learned from a Field Engineer

    12 April 2010

    Lessons and tidbits learned from an engineer with experience both on the phones and in-person at customer sites. Topics include performance analysis, troubleshooting, and management issues. Some lessons learned by working critical situations and lessons learned from those.

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