A PhD in TSM
Computer Networking Technology Corp. (CNT), now offers a course on Tivoli's TSM in its Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, offices. CNT, which serves as an authorized Education Center for IBM Software, will offer courses for IT professionals who want the latest information on data protection and storage management. CNT said it will provide comprehensive instruction and hands-on experience with the installation, configuration, and use of Tivoli Storage Manager. The courses start in February 2003 and will cover implementation of IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager, Tivoli Disaster Recovery Manager, and Tivoli Storage Resource Manager.
StoreAge does Windows
StoreAge Networking Technologies Inc., a provider of SAN Management software based in Irvine, Calif., has earned the status of Certified Partner with Microsoft. StoreAge participated in the Microsoft Certified Partner Program, and will be given enhanced resources in developing and deploying SAN storage management solutions that centralize and simplify the provisioning, performance optimization and protection of storage in Windows-based environments, the company said. Membership in the Microsoft Certified Partner Program gives StoreAge early access to Microsoft technologies, to help ensure integration of StoreAge products with Windows systems in SAN environments. StoreAge's SVM (Storage Virtualization Manager) has also been verified compatible with Windows 2000 environments by an independent testing organization. StoreAge Networking Technologies Inc.
LSI to develop serial-attached SCSI technology
Monterey, Calif.-based, LSI Logic Corp., has initiated co-development product planning with hard disk drive manufacturers Fujitsu, Maxtor, and Seagate. LSI Logic will use its Fusion-MPT Message Passing Technology architecture as the basis for developing of serial-attached SCSI (SAS) silicon. LSI said the modular architecture simplifies product design and provides a pathway for product development to assure a first-to-market solution for LSI Logic and its hard disk drive partners. LSI Logic Corp.
Procom boosts NAS management
Procom Technology Inc. announced last week that it has enhanced the management interface of its NetFORCE family of network-attached storage (NAS) filers. The company said an object-oriented administration interface has been added that presents information to users in a hierarchical fashion, similar to Microsoft Windows Explorer and other tree-oriented management tools. Procom said the new interface serves as a universal object management tool to navigate and display the NetFORCE system. Users can manage volumes, partitions, directories, SMB/CIFS shares, NFS exports, directory tree quotas, and special system folders such as checkpoint volumes.Procom Technology Inc. Got news? E-mail Kevin Komiega, News Writer