Introduction to SAN and NAS Storage

Introduction to SAN and NAS Storage
Introduction to SAN and NAS Storage
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 50m | 583 MB

It’s no longer possible to get by as an IT professional by knowing only servers, or networking, or storage. You need an understanding of all three for your career to thrive. Centralized storage technologies—NAS and SAN—combine these capabilities and will test all your skills. This training course provides the knowledge you need to understand and work with SAN and NAS storage. Learn about the types of storage, the benefits, and the strengths of SAN vs. NAS. Instructor Neil Anderson introduces the NAS and SAN protocols—SMB, CIFS, NFS, Fibre Channel, FCoE, iSCSI, and NVMeOF—and shows how to configure a storage system and connect from the client, in featured hands-on lab demonstrations.

Topics include:

  • What is centralized storage?
  • The benefits of centralized storage
  • Comparing SAN and NAS solutions
  • NAS protocols
  • SAN protocols
Table of Contents

1 About this course
2 What is centralized storage
3 The benefits of SAN and NAS storage
4 Storage media types
6 Comparing SAN and NAS storage
7 SMB and CIFS Overview and configuration
8 NFS Overview and configuration
9 Fibre Channel, part 1 FCP and WWPN addressing
10 Fibre Channel, part 2 Security – zoning and LUN masking
11 Fibre Channel, part 3 The fabric login
12 Fibre Channel, part 4 Redundancy and multipathing
13 FCoE overview
14 Fibre Channel and FCoE configuration
15 iSCSI overview
16 iSCSI configuration
17 NVMeOF overview
18 Thank you