High performance SAN solutions for larger scale enterprise resource management
SearchStorage expert Joel Lovell leads an hour-long discussion on how scale up a virtualization solution to manage hundreds of TB of data and thousands of hosts without sacrificing performance, high availability, or existing support for various vendor storage and infrastructure. Join Joel for a Webcast on Wednesday, July 31 at 1:00 p.m Eastern (17:00 GMT) for a LIVE audio discussion on " High performance SAN solutions for larger scale enterprise resource management".
About " High performance SAN solutions for larger scale enterprise resource management " with Joel Lovell:
SearchStorage expert and Storage Engine consultant Joel Lovell talks about how to design a high performance, large scale SAN solution delivering gigabytes per second throughput to over a thousand hosts, capable of managing hundreds of terabytes of data -- smoothly integrating with existing different vendor storage solutions. The solution also provides high performance backup and disaster recovery for the larger environment. What is the key according to Joel? Using a hybrid of FC-AL SAN, SAN over GigE, managed by a combination of both a high performance in-band virtualization solution and a storage resource management solution.
Please join Storage Engine's Joel Lovell and SearchStorage for this event, July 31, at 1 pm, EDT (17:00 GMT).
About Joel Lovell:
Joel Lovell is a Storage Consultant for Storage Engine, Inc.. He worked for Silicon Graphics as their strategic storage specialist and as a Sr. Systems Engineer for EMC gaining expertise in complex data management, high performance, and storage consolidation. He is EMC certified in business continuity solutions, enterprise storage infrastructure, and enterprise storage management. He's worked in the IT industry as a Tech Marketing Engineer, Network Engineer, and Network Admin for more than 13 years, consulting for companies such as Pfizer, MasterCard, and Intel Corp.
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