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Lesson six: Storage Management Survival School

Storage Management Survival School: Lesson six



"Services architecture, a new approach to an old concept"

Lesson six of "Storage Management Survival School" helps you understand the benefits of storage as a service.

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Quality-of-service is an enterprise networking concept that is starting to take hold in larger enterprise storage groups. In this lesson, analyst Jamie Gruener talks about where to start when looking at turning your storage operations into services. This will include what to consider when designing the service architecture, which storage operations are ripe to be "service-ized" and what you can do with a services approach to improve your group's (and your career's) standing in the organization.

What you'll walk away with:
** What is a service architecture is and the problems it solved
** Where to Start in Planning process
** Ways to determine services that make sense for your organization
** Where SLAs fit in
** The ability to ask Jamie your specific storage management questions

Please join Jamie Gruener for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

About Jamie Gruener:
Jamie Gruener is a storage management expert for SearchStorage.com.

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This was first published in September 2004

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