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A resilient storage network is an environment where data is always available for the needs of the business. This book explains the components, as well as how to design and implement a resilient storage network for workgroup, departmental, and enterprise environments. Storage networks are an enabling capability combining technology and best practices to provide the foundation to support information technology systems and applications. Storage networks can be of various sizes, shapes, and technologies. This book shows you how to implement a resilient storage network infrastructure using different technologies including ATM, DWDM, FCIP, Fibre Channel, FICON, iFCP, InfiniBand, IP, iSCSI, Life Cycle Management, NAS, Object Based Storage, RAID, RDMA, Remote Mirroring, Replication, SAN, SCSI, SMI-S, SONET/SDH, Storage Services, Tape, Virtualization, and Volume Managers. *Important information is clarified and put into context to separate myths and realities *Covers storage networking technologies (hardware, software, networks) and practices*Numerous tips and recommendations allow the reader to quickly understand best practices*Checklists, templates and examples show potential solutions
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Greg Schultz is a film, television, advertising and new media producer. He is an Emmy Award Winner who has produced the 2008 Emmy Award Winning Best Drama Mad Men and Ten Days That Unexpectedly Changed America.
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