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Explore the configuration and administrative operations of Multi Vendor (EMC, NETAPP, HITACHI, IBM, HP, DELL, 3PAR) storage systems and its most commonly used features.

This course focuses on configuration and administrative operations of EMC and NETAPP storage systems its most commonly used features. Those gravitating more towards storage should consider becoming a Data Management Administrator. This professional training covers support, administration and performance management for EMC and NETAPP storage appliances running in multi-vendor environments. This course trains professionals in continuous data availability, data recovery, snapshots, and more. This training program aims to develop technologists into skilled consultants who can assist clients with design and integration, strategy, project management, data centers and managed services. The storage management program is designed to help storage engineers learn how to help clients who are dealing with large data storage volumes and new technologies like virtualization and deduplication.

Design and Implementation

Enterprises are constantly looking to implement new storage architectures that will allow them to exploit today's storage technologies. Many of these technologies, such as SANs, Fibre Channel (FC), Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP), SCSI over IP (iSCSI), and network attached storage (NAS), have common operational issues, even through they are differing storage I/O path technologies. When moving from direct storage devices to pooled resources, a common element of pooled storage architectures is the change necessary within enterprises to adapt and adjust and therefore maximize their investments.

Storage Administration, Backup and Recovery

Storage administration is the practice of managing storage systems. Administrator is responsible for defining, implementing, and maintaining storage management policies. Storage Administration describes the process of maintaining storage subsystems. This will include tasks such as Storage provisioning, Storage decommissioning, performance management, Capacity management, SAN management, backup management and any other task related to the timely provision of storage resources. Storage administrators also need to be adept at managing a wide variety of storage environments comprised of heterogeneous platforms.

Storage administrators also need expertise in the various storage topologies and the advantages and disadvantages of each. In addition to popular interfaces such as SCSI and Fibre Channel, a variety of new options are presenting themselves, including iSCSI and Fibre Channel over IP. Each presents certain benefits. Only by understanding them can administrators determine which one is best for their organization. Understanding of the OS, Database and applications is one of the key factors for storage administrator to design the Storage system base of the business needs and requirements.

DR and Replication Technologies

One of the most important parts of any organization’s disaster recovery plan is off-site backup. Off-site backup and recovery keeps your most important data safe even if a major catastrophe or failure strikes your main site. That means your organization’s vital information is still available for use even in the event of a fire, natural disaster, or miscommunication with the housekeeping staff regarding the proper cleaning of server rooms. Storage replication is designed especially for off-site data transmission, so it makes sense to incorporate it as part of your company’s disaster recovery planning.

Integrating Replication with other Technologies

Storage replication can also play an important role in your disaster planning by integrating with other technologies to help you streamline your backup process. Disaster Recovery Replication can be automated in most cases, saving you time and reducing risk.

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