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Lesson three: Storage Management Survival School

Storage Management Survival School: Lesson three

"Managing growth: How to stop the bleeding"

According to John Haight, engagement partner for Glasshouse Technologies, the ability to be successful in managing growth ultimately comes down to being skilled in capacity planning. Capacity Planning is really the act of determining scalability and is a process that is used to evaluate the current trends in resource usage, and plan for growth and changes before problems occur. Learn the best practices, processes and tools necessary to plan for capacity planning, creating and meeting SLAs and mapping future growth in lesson three of "Storage Management Survival School."

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What you'll walk away with by viewing this 15-minute lesson:
** How to properly measure and plan for growth
** Utilizing automation effectively in mainframe and open systems environments
** Sample SLA metrics
** Must-have standard operating procedures
** The ability to ask John your specific storage management questions

Please join Glasshouse Technologies' John Haight for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

About John Haight:
John Haight is an engagement partner for Glasshouse Technologies. Glasshouse is a global leader in storage services.

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This was first published in July 2004

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