Evolution of iSCSI including iSER, iSCSI over RDMA Ethernet

Presented by

Fred Knight, Standards Technologist, NetApp, Andy Banta, Storage Janitor, SolidFire/NetApp, David Fair, Chair, SNIA-ESF

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iSCSI is an Internet Protocol standard for transferring SCSI commands across an Ethernet network, enabling hosts to link to storage devices wherever they may be. In this Webcast, we will discuss the evolution of iSCSI including iSER, which is iSCSI technology that takes advantage of various RDMA fabric technologies to enhance performance. Register now to hear: •A brief history of iSCSI •How iSCSI works •IETF refinements to the specification •Enhancing iSCSI performance with iSER After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog http://sniaesfblog.org/?p=531

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