• May 03, 2005 03 May'05

    Are SATA drives ready for the enterprise?

    SATA drives are great low-cost alternatives to expensive Fibre Channel (FC) and drives, and new technologies are bringing SATA up to enterprise-class standards.  Continue Reading

  • May 03, 2005 03 May'05

    EMC, HP bury the hatchet

    Four years later, EMC and HP settle their patent disputes. EMC looks to have come out the winner.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    Tips for real-world disaster recovery planning

    Hartz Mountain's Jeremy Kahn has a disaster recovery plan that protects critical data at the real estate giant's headquarters and branch offices. In addition, read stories on any-point-in-time backups and how to be a master budget builder.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 7

    If you are ready to implement your SAN, this lesson is for you. The lesson covers how to choose which applications/servers belong in your SAN, installing HBAs, loading firmware, starting drivers, setting the topology, testing for connectivity and ...  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 13

    Lesson 13 of SAN School takes a look at your storage outsourcing options. This chapter is devoted to SLAs, creating RFPs, and how to work with vendors and consultants.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 6

    One of the main selling points for implementing a storage area network (SAN) are all of the disaster recovery features one provides. In this lesson, Christopher Poelker delineates considerations for building a basic disaster recovery plan.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 1

    Do you need a SAN? Lesson #1 explores what a SAN is, the basic benefits of a SAN and which applications are best suited for a SAN.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 2

    Join Christopher Poelker, co-author, Storage Area Networks for Dummies, for a lesson on SAN basics. This lesson defines SAN components and their uses, as well as an in-depth look at storage arrays and RAID.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 4

    Join Christopher Poelker, co-author of Storage Area Networks for Dummies, for a lesson on what makes a SAN stop. This lesson explores the things that cause problems in SAN operations.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 12

    Join Alex Nikitin, co-author, Storage Area Networks for Dummies, for a lesson on the management considerations you need to be aware of when running your SANs. This is a top down look at SAN management.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 9

    In lesson 9 of SearchStorage.com's "SAN School", professor Christopher Poelker discusses the merits of backup over the SAN.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 14

    At some point, trouble will arise with your storage area network. Co-author of "SAN for Dummies" Alex Nikitin helps you check for connectivity problems, using system error logs and switch logging.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 10

    Christopher Poelker, co-author, "Storage Area Networks for Dummies" holds Lesson 10 of SAN School on the intricacies of SAN booting. This lesson reveals the nuts and bolts of SAN booting, the benefits and how to create a boot volume.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 5

    This lesson explores the most important things you need to consider when building a SAN from the ground up.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 8

    To create a full scale network you will probably have to tie your SANs together. Lesson 8 of SearchStorage.com's "SAN School" looks at how to extend the SAN, connectivity between SANs and SAN islands, IP storage, virtualization (in-band, out-of-band...  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    SAN School: Lesson 11

    Join Alex Nikitin, co-author, Storage Area Networks for Dummies, for a lesson on what point-in-time copy is, how to figure space requirements, what you need to know about creating snapshots and what software-based copy solutions are available.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    Storage Clips: Brocade preannounces shortfall

    Brocade said its second quarter revenue will fall short of its projections by $10 - $12 million; NetApp EVP of operations moves to board of directors.  Continue Reading

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