Information storage and management was once regarded as fairly straightforward and routine operation but today it has developed into an incredibly mature and robust pillar of IT. Information storage and management technologies provide a variety of solutions for managing, storing, securing, protecting connecting, sharing, and optimizing information.
To stay on track with the exponential growth of information and the associated increase in sophistication and intricacy of information management technology, there is a rising need for skilled information management professionals.
IT managers are challenged with employing and developing highly skilled information storage professionals. With electronic data being created in ever increasing amounts, the need for secure, reliable, data storage is an estimated 40% of IT budgets. In this workshop you will learn about the force behind the growing need for data storage technologies, the common data storage challenges and technology solutions, and the roles and responsibilities for data storage that have evolved. You will also address storage concepts, principles, and design considerations rather than specific products.
- Introduction to storage Technology
- Storage System Architecture
- Physical Disks and RAID Arrays
- Intelligent Storage Systems
- Network Storage Systems
- Fiber Channel Storage Attached Networks
- IP SANs and Content Addressed Storage
- Information Availability
- Replication and Business Continuity
- Monitoring Managing the Data Center
- Securing Storage
- Storage Virtualization Technologies
- Storage Security
- Storage Virtualization
- Storage Technologies Update
FOR WHOM: IT Professionals, System Administrators, Information Managers, Heads of Departments and others who have to support storage products and make storage-related decisions