Building Storage Networks

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-05-22
  • Publisher: MCG (Manual)
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"This book is the Bible of Storage Networking"--Dave Hill, Sr. Storage Analyst, the Aberdeen Group * Successful first edition--used by leading companies as an internal primer and textbook * Industry growth--storage networking provides high availability and accessibility tp data needed round-the-clock, a hot topic in the age of eCommerce * Endorsements from SNIA and leading industry analysts * Includes companion Website www.buildingstorage.com and courseware, which the competition lacks

Author Biography

Marc Farley started working with network storage technology in 1991 at Palindrome Corporation as a systems engineer and has been in the network storage field ever since working in business development, product management, and strategic marketing at Hitachi, Crossroads Systems, and ConvergeNet. He is currently the Vice President of Marketing for Solution-Soft, a company developing and marketing appliance applications.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Intro to Storage Networking.

Chapter 2: Network Storage I/O Components.

Chapter 3: I/O Path Examples.

Chapter 4: Mirroring and Replication.

Chapter 5: Cacheing and Performance.

Chapter 6: RAID.

Chapter 7: Network Backup.

Chapter 8: Differences Between NAS and SAN.

Chapter 9: SAN Architectures and Applications.

Chapter 10: Fibre Channel as a SAN Technology.

Chapter 11: NEW: Storage Over IP.

Chapter 12: NAS Technology.

Chapter 13: System-Level NAS Applications.

Chapter 14: Mainframe Connections to SANs and NAS.

Chapter 15: Infiniband and VI.

Chapter 16: Web Site Storage.

Chapter 17: Network Storage Management.

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