2 hours 28 minutes

Video Description

This module, Network Storage Types and Configuration, covers network and direct storage types, accesses and protocols, storage preparation and accessing. The direct storage types are Network Attached Storage (NAS), which is the lowest performance. Storage Area Network (SAN) which is the highest performance and Direct Attached Storage (DAS) which is used by local PCs and is like a USB. Regarding accesses and protocols, this unit Ethernet, Fiber Channel (FC), Internet Protocol (IP), Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI), Fiber Channel Protocol and Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). Finally, the module covers storage preparation and accessing and network shares, multi pathing, logical unit numbers (LUNs) in addition to Zoning and LUN masking.

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Our online Cloud+ training addresses the essential knowledge for implementing, managing and maintaining cloud technologies as securely as possible. It covers cloud concepts and models, virtualization, and infrastructure in the cloud.

Instructed By

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Justin Langham
System and Network Engineer