Storage Decisions

Storage Decisions Session Downloads: Infrastructure Track (NYC 2007)

TRACK: INFRASTRUCTURE
To keep up with the demands of data and business requirements, managers need to engineer the most flexible and complete storage network. This track will look at SAN and NAS issues, virtualization, distance demands, remote offices and how to build out systems.

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Advanced Storage School I
Speaker: Howie Goldstein, President, Howard Goldstein Associates Inc.
Description: This session with seasoned SAN trainer Howie Goldstein, identifi es the components and products that make up a viable NAS and/or SAN strategy, examines the hype-free aspects design and performance aspects of an IP-based SAN, and finally explores where storage networks are headed over the next few years.
For more information: Take a look at Advanced SAN School, the podcast series

Advanced Storage School II
Speaker: Howie Goldstein, President, Howard Goldstein Associates Inc.
Description: SAN trainer Howie Goldstien will clear the SAN clutter and tell you what are important SAN performance metrics. Howie will examine where the best places are invest for performance and dispel some performance myths at the same time. Finally Howie will zero-in on the network itself as opposed to the server and storage potions of the information flow path.
For more information: Learn all about SAN components in this webcast series

Real-world Virtualization
Speaker: Matt Yotko, Director of Technology Infrastructure, IAC
Description: Faster service delivery, higher asset productivity, aff ordable data protection, increased fl exibility, and dramatically lower cost at the same time? Learn how director of technology Matt Yotko from Barry Diller's IAC has made this happen by implementing a utility computing architecture based on a highly virtualized server and storage implementation for mission-critical database, messaging, and other applications. See how virtualized storage can lead the way to high and consistent service levels and maximum cost-effective consolidation and disaster recovery protection of virtualized servers.
For more information: Storage virtualization: Where and how

Clustering for Performance
Speaker: Greg Schulz, Founder, Storage IO
Description: This session looks at clustered storage as a technique to scale both I/Os to meet transaction processing and bandwidth for video and content rich media applications along with other cluster storage scaling benefits for both SAN (Fibre Channel, iSCSI) and NAS including InfiniBand environments.
For more information: Get fault resiliency with NAS clustering

Using Virtualization to Deliver Storage
Speaker: Marc Staimer, President, DragonSlayer Consulting
Description: This session will prepare you for designing,developing and deploying a plan that specifically addresses the unique issues surrounding a successful implementation of virtualization delivered SaaS and will allow storage to move from a cost to profit center.
For more information: Storage virtualization no silver bullet, users say

The Benefits of Networked Storage with Virtual Servers (VMware)
Speaker: Mark Peters, Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group
Description: A recent ESG research study of more than 500 respondents showed that 57% are using virtual server technology in production environments. Server virtualization users are deploying virtual machines across a variety of storage solutions. There are inherent benefits, inclusive of increased availability, efficient data protection and improved utilization if virtualized servers are deployed with networked storage.
For more information: Storage considerations for virtualized server environments


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This was first published in September 2007

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