Greg Schulz is founder and senior analyst with the IT infrastructure analyst and consulting firm StorageIO. A 25-year IT veteran, Greg has worked as an IT customer, vendor, author and industry analyst. He has worked with applications, servers, databases, networks, storage, DR/BC, performance and capacity planning, and associated management tools in IBM mainframe, OpenVMS, Unix, Windows and other environments. Greg is also the author and illustrator of "Resilient Storage Networks" (Elsevier) and has contributed material to Storage magazine and other TechTarget publications. Greg holds degrees in computer science and a Masters in software engineering from the University of St. Thomas.
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Contributions from Greg Schulz
- How does a TOE affect performance?
- Legato vs. Veritas for backup and replication
- iSCSI vs. FC SANs
- Is a SATA disk appropriate for a Windows file server cluster?
- Outdated disaster recovery system?
- How to select storage management tools
- SAS disk drive advantage?
- Increasing SAN bandwidth
- Fibre Channel vs. iSCSI
- Moving database from SAN to NAS
- Single mode fiber and dB loss
- Storage and memory: What is their relationship?
- SMF or MMF for connecting two SANs?
- Evaluating hardware: Price, capacity, port count and more
- How to choose the best SAN or LAN switch
- Architectures for scaling beyond a single fabric
- Technologies for scaling beyond a single fabric
- How to scale beyond a single fabric
- Reasons for scaling beyond a single fabric
- How many devices can be attached to an IDE cable?