Everything You Wanted To Know About Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask/Chartreuse

Presented by

Alex McDonald, NetApp; Bob Plumridge, HDS

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Are there basic storage terms you should understand, but maybe you don’t? Then welcome to this webcast series, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Storage, but were too Proud to Ask” where we’re going to take an irreverent, yet still informative look, at the parts of a storage solution in Data Center architectures. We’ll start with the very basics – The Naming of the Parts. We’ll break down the entire storage picture and identify the places where most of the confusion falls. Join us in this first webcast – Part Chartreuse – where we’ll cover: •What an initiator is •What a target is •What a storage controller is •What a RAID is, and what a RAID controller is •What a Volume Manager is •What a Storage Stack is Oh, and why is this series named after colors, instead of numbers? Because there is no order - each is a standalone seminar. So don’t let pride get in your way. Register now for our live event on June 22nd.

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