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Lesson two: Storage Management Survival School

Storage Management Survival School: Lesson two

"Operational best practices"

Are poor day-to-day operations stymieing your storage network? In this 15-minute lesson Greg Schulz, Senior Analyst of the Evaluator Group, looks at the real nuts and bolts of storage management. Learn the best practices, processes and tools necessary to maximize the efforts of your systems and staff in lesson two of "Storage Management Survival School."

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This lesson gets into the real nuts and bolts of storage management. This includes how and where to provision, LUN creation, volume management, zoning, monitoring and securing resources. This lessons look at both the processes and tools to get the job done with the highest level of efficiency.

What you'll walk away with:
** Storage allocation strategies
** Tips on determining the impact and requirements of applications
** How and where to provision
** LUN creation, mapping and masking
** The ability to ask Greg your specific storage management questions

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About Greg Schulz:
Greg Schulz is a senior analyst with the independent storage analysis firm, The Evaluator Group Inc. Greg has 25 years of IT experience as a consultant, end user, storage and storage networking vendor, and industry analyst. Greg has worked with Unix, Windows, IBM Mainframe, OpenVMS and other hardware/software environments. In addition to being an analyst, Greg is also the author and illustrator of "Resilient Storage Networks", Greg has contributed material to Storage Magazine. Greg is also expert.

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This was first published in August 2004

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