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
- Do we need cards that offer persistent binding?
- Mounting NetApp FAS270 as an LVM
- Finding the WWN for a storage device
- Volume showing up twice: What am I doing wrong?
- Plan for I/O-intensive environments
- Troubleshooting SAN/NAS performance
- Storage networking predictions for 2005: ILM has yet to arrive
- Mysterious formatting on a NAS hard drive
- Best practices for moving data files to a SAN
- SAN vs. LAN network integrity
- Tools that analyze Fibre Channel frames
- Troubleshooting IDE drives
- Heterogeneous vs. homogeneous SANs
- Keep your SANs from crashing
- How do we connect our AIX TSM server directly to the SAN?
- Can I use multiplexers to give me additional strands of fiber?
- Multiple redundant SAN islands versus a large SAN fabric
- Maximum number of drives in a RAID-5 set
- Four examples of NAS architecture
- Making a LUN accessible from two servers