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Learn EMC SAN Storage Online Course | Introduction | Demo

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EMC SAN online training led by real time instructor. Get exposure to storage area network core concepts. Take part in interactive live EMC Storage training.

About EMC SAN :
This EMC SAN is designed for audience who want to get complete knowledge of storage area network. It is highly recommended to know the basics first and then you need to learn other concepts. Gain more from this EMC SAN training.

EMC SAN Target:

Live EMC Storage training is designed to teach the participants about SAN fundamentals, Architecture, Protocols, Integration and other various concepts.
Learn about network features and configuration.
Understand advanced storage concepts.
Course Targeted Audience:

Any student can join our EMC SAN storage training .
Professional’s who want to explore Storage concepts.
Researchers can also take part in our program.
Prerequisites for EMC storage classes:

No specific qualification is required to learn this .
Prior knowledge of storage area network is recommended but not required.
Training Format:

Kernel Training provides EMC SAN training by real time instructor.
Participants will be taking part in live interactive sessions.
Kernel training also provides course completion certificate.

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Learn EMC SAN Storage Online Course | Introduction | Demo

  1. 1. Introduction to Information Storage (EMC SAN)
  2. 2. www.kerneltraining.com What is SAN about  Data is Asset  How to Store Data?  How to Access Data?  How to Manage Data Storage?
  3. 3. www.kerneltraining.com Evolution in Storage Architecture  Data is Asset  How to Store Data?  How to Access Data?  How to Manage Data Storage?
  4. 4. www.kerneltraining.com Evolution in Storage Architecture
  5. 5. www.kerneltraining.com Problem we are facing  Scalability --Rapidly growing data volume  Connectivity --Distributed data sharing  24/7 availability, no single point failure  High performance  Easy management
  6. 6. www.kerneltraining.com Storage Trend and Demand 40G/100G SAN and LAN2010+
  7. 7. www.kerneltraining.com Three Basic Forms of Network Storage  Direct access storage (DAS)  Network attached storage (NAS)  Storage area network (SAN)  And a number of variations on each (especially the last two)
  8. 8. www.kerneltraining.com DAS
  9. 9. www.kerneltraining.com DAS
  10. 10. www.kerneltraining.com DAS Benefits  Ideal for local data provisioning  Quick deployment for small environments  Simple to deploy  Reliability  Low capital expense  Low complexity
  11. 11. www.kerneltraining.com Network-Attached Storage(NAS)
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  13. 13. www.kerneltraining.com NAS  Scalability: good  Availability: as long as the LAN and NAS device work, generally good  Performance: limited by speed of LAN, traffic conflicts, inefficient protocol  Management: OK  Connection: homogeneous vs. heterogeneous
  14. 14. www.kerneltraining.com Storage Area Network (SAN)
  15. 15. www.kerneltraining.com Storage Area Network (SAN)  SAN is created by using the Fibre Channel to link peripheral devices such as disk storage and tape libraries
  16. 16. www.kerneltraining.com SAN vs. NAS  Dedicated Fibre Channel Network for Storage  More efficient protocol ==> higher availability ==> reduce traffic conflict ==> longer distance (up to 10 km)
  17. 17. www.kerneltraining.com SAN vs. NAS Dedicated Fibre Channel Network for Storage More efficient protocol ==> higher availability ==> reduce traffic conflict ==> longer distance (up to 10 km)
  18. 18. www.kerneltraining.com 18 DAS NAS FC-SAN FC Switch servers storage clients
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  20. 20. www.kerneltraining.com Fibre Channel provides high-performance, any-to-any interconnection.  server to server  server to storage  storage to storage combines the characteristics of networks (large address space, scalability) and I/O channels (high speed, low latency, hardware error detection) together.
  21. 21. www.kerneltraining.com Benefits of SAN Scalability ==> Fibre Channel networks allow the number of attached nodes to increase without loss of performance because as switches are added, switching capacity grows. The limitations on the number of attached devices typical of channel interconnection disappears.
  22. 22. www.kerneltraining.com Benefits of SAN High Performance ==> Fibre Channel fabrics provide a switched 100Mbytes/second full duplex interconnect. Storage Management ==> SAN-attached storage allows the entire investment in storage to be managed in a uniform way.
  23. 23. www.kerneltraining.com Benefits of SAN Decoupling Servers and Storage The servers can be upgraded while leaving storage in place. Storage can be added at will and dynamically allocated to servers without downtime.
  24. 24. www.kerneltraining.com Easy Migration to SAN • Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) -- connect servers to the SAN • Fibre Channel storage -- connects directly to the SAN • SCSI-FC bridge -- allows SCSI (disk and tape) components to be attached to the SAN • SAN Network Components -- Fibre Channel switches
  25. 25. www.kerneltraining.com Summary SAN is a high-speed network that allows the establishment of direct connection between storage devices and processors (servers) centralized to the extent supported by the distance of Fibre Channel.
  26. 26. www.kerneltraining.com Storage Area Network
  27. 27. Questions? www.kerneltraining.com/
  28. 28. THANK YOU for attending Introduction to EMC SAN www.kerneltraining.com/