Data Storage Course Details

Today’s large enterprises and corporations have a fundamental need for powerful and reliable enterprise storage solutions. Featuring high-speed data access, back-up capabilities, archiving solutions, and disaster recovery planning; modern enterprise data storage systems allow enterprises and corporations to meet their business continuity and regulatory requirements. Our portfolio of expert enterprise data storage courses will enable you to build your skills, gain certification, and enhance your career by learning how to plan, design, and manage key components of your information lifecycle.


Data Storage Course Highlights

Course Duration

1 month

8 Weekends

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Class Room Training

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COURSE OUTCOME

WHO WILL BENEFIT

Project Managers 80%
Students 70%
Developers 40%
Financial Analyst 50%
Data Analyst 70%
Data Miners 40%
Specialist 80%

COURSE CURRICULUM

Table of Contents

S.No Chapter Hours
1 Introduction to Storage 2 hours
2 SCSI Evolution 1 hours
3 Introduction to SAS Technology 1 hours
4 Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disk (RAID) 6 hours
5 Fiber Channel 2 hours
6 Storage Hardware & Ecosystem 3 hours
7 Architecture 3 hours
8 Lab 12 hours
9 Test 3 hours
Total 33 hours

Detailed Contents

1.Introduction to Storage
1.1 Storage history
1.2 Why Storage is required
1.3 What is Data
1.4 Importance of Data
1.5 Storage Evolution
2. SCSI Evolution
2.1 What is SCSI- Defination
2.2 How does it work,
2.3 Types of SCSI
2.4 Advantages, disadvantages
3.Introduction to SAS Technology
3.1 What is SAS- Definition
3.2 How does it work
3.3 Types of SAS controller
3.4 Advantages, disadvantages
4.Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disk (RAID)
4.1 Introduction to RAID
4.2 RAID Levels
4.3 RAID 0 – 6, DP
4.4 Nested RAID Terminology
4.5 Comparison of RAID Levels
4.6 RAID Characteristics
4.7 Hardware and software Raid
5.Fiber Channel
5.1 FC Topologies
5.2 FC Ports
5.3 FC Protocol Layers
5.4 FC WWNs
5.5 FC Addresses
5.6 FC Frame
5.7 FC Flow Control
6.Storage Hardware & Ecosystem
6.1 Host Bus Adapters
6.2 SFPs, FC Cables and Connectors
6.3 SCSI/SATA/SAS Cables and Connectors
6.4 Disk Drive
6.5 Host Bus Adapters
6.6 JBODs
6.7 RAID Arrays
6.8 RAID Controllers
6.9 External Storage Boxes
7.Architecture
7.1 DAS – Advantages and Limitation
7.2 NAS – Advantages and Limitation
7.3 SAN – Advantages and Limitation
7.4 Comparing DAS, NAS and SAN
8.LAB
8.1 Window installation
8.2 Linux installation
8.3 Sles11 Installation
8.4 Linux command
8.5 Firmware flash
8.6 Driver upgrade
8.7 Raid lab