iSCSI Internet SCSI an IP Storage Protocol Webinar By EITAGlobal
Why should you attend: iSCSI has been proven to be a viable and stable storage connection protocol since 2003. And is now gaining market share across the board. Anyone that manages or operates a small, medium, or large Data Center should be knowledgeable of the capabilities that iSCSI can bring to an IT organization. With the use of 10, 40, and 100 Gb Ethernet switches and cables, the shared use of these connections with storage access becomes more appropriate and reasonable. If one has not examined the cost savings of Internet connections to address all network needs including storage, then you are "leaving money on the table". This Tutorial will supply enough information to the attendees, to permit them to have cogent discussions regarding the best way to interconnect storage to servers within a small, medium, or large Data Centers.
No adequate and thorough analysis of the needs of storage access can be held without an understanding this key and very capable proven protocol. The attendee will gain an understanding of where iSCSI might fit within their storage environment.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Discussion of SCSI and SCSI on Storage Networks
Networks that are appropriate for iSCSI
Architecture and structure
iSCSI usage models and environments
John Hufferd is currently a Consultant for his own company – Hufferd Enterprises. Prior to this he was the Senior Executive Director of Technology at Brocade Communications, John Hufferd was responsible for defining Brocade’s technology direction and strategy of storage networks including iSCSI based, FC based, FCoE based, and NAS (CIFS, CIFS) networks. John has over 40 years in the storage and networking industries; and prior to joining Brocade, John was retired from the IBM Corporation, where he was focused on Storage Networking Strategies. He also holds over Eighteen Issued Patents in the area of Storage Layouts, Storage Protocols, RDMA, Communications, etc.
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