Your one-stop shop for storage news and analysis
Do you need to know the latest in the storage industry but have no time to wade through mountains of e-mail newsletters? If this sounds like you -- try tuning into Storage News Radio.
Every other week, we give you an easy-to-digest 10-minute broadcast to catch you up on the industry latest.
Not only will you get a rundown of the breaking news, but also instant analysis of the news from SearchStorage.com News Director Jo Maitland and Founder of the Enterprise Strategy Group Steve Duplessie.
Below is a list of broadcasts in case you've missed any. Also included below are links to the webcasts you heard about in each week's episode.
SearchStorage.com News Director Jo Maitland and Steve Duplessie, founder and analyst of the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), chat about a deal between Network Appliance and IBM that is aimed at taking down EMC.
Our inaugural broadcast, launched on March 25, SearchStorage.com News Director Jo Maitland and Steve Duplessie, founder and analyst of the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), chatted about the latest developments in the iSCSI market.
With so many different functions classified as SRM, users need to understand what feature or features should come standard in an SRM tool -- and which ones they should be willing to wait on or pay extra for. This webcast covers what core features an SRM product should have, which vendors offer them and what new features users should look for in future SRM tools.
Deployed to referee connectivity between servers and storage, switches need more intelligence to manage the multifaceted performance, storage and security issues that large fabrics increasingly need to address. How should storage managers plan for intelligent switches and what products are available today? Jerome Wendt breaks through the hype and answers these questions.
Users regularly encounter storage arrays that offer both FC and SATA disk drives to compliment their wide number of RAID options. Yet storage vendors report that despite offering multiple RAID settings, many of their arrays get configured simply as RAID 5. This webcast covers when and under what circumstances users should use mixed RAID configurations, the pros and cons of using mixed RAID configurations and some tips that can help users better manage their mixed RAID arrays.
The authors of "Storage Area Networks for Dummies", Christopher Poelker and Alex Nikitin, walk you through what a SAN is, all the way through connecting those last nodes for optimal performance. School is in session -- enjoy!
The author of "The Backup Book", Dorian Cougias is your Backup School professor. In each of these 15-minute lessons he'll walk you through what a backup is, all the way through reading that last tape for optimal recovery.