A to Z storage networking advice: SAN management tasks and iFCP/iSCSI differences


Once again site expert Marc Farley has had some good insights to share on a variety of storage networking questions posed by our audience this year. So dust off your networking cap and take a look at Marc's three most popular expert answers for the year and see if you agree:

All about SAN management: Tasks that take the longest, ways to evaluate software

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Marc Farley, Author and Commentator, expert category: Storage networking A to Z.

Marc Farley has spent the last 10 years specializing in storage networking technology. His knowledge of storage is summarized in the revised storage reference book, "Building Storage Networks." Mr. Farley's experience in storage networking includes writing articles and holding various positions in systems engineering, business development, product management, technical marketing, strategic planning and corporate management. He has worked in start-ups and large corporations including IBM, Hitachi, Crossroads, Palindrome, ConvergeNet, and SanCastle. Recently, Marc co-founded Teach2Fish, Inc., a marketing education company that builds core marketing competencies in technology companies. His practice in Teach2Fish is centered on product management processes, including the identification, prioritization and documentation of market requirements. Marc holds a BS in Physics from the University of Washington.

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