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 to determine acceptable data loss
- RPO, RTO and storage over distance
- What is a host storage domain?
- What is a storage group?
- Migrating from Windows 2000 to EMC Clariion CX300
- Should I set up persistent binding on HBAs?
- Can we use Win32 APIs to move files between SAN and NAS?
- What are the disadvantages to booting off the SAN?
- What you need to know in order to choose the right SAN products
- What is an intelligent switch?
- Is it possible to implement a cluster with NAS technology?
- How many RAID sets do I need?
- Point: What topics should user acceptance testing cover?
- Point: What kinds of processors are used in NAS?
- What type of switches should I use for a pure iSCSI SAN?
- What are the pros and cons of micro-zoning?
- Advantages of ATA and SATA disk drives
- Setting up an SQL server on a four-node SAN cluster