name :
SN71G
title :
Storage Area Networking Fundamentals
category :
Systems
vendor :
IBM
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom IBM
descriptions :
description :
OverviewIBM offers a comprehensive portfolio of SAN switches, storage, software, services and solutions to reliably bring information to people in a cost effective way. IBM provides flexible, scalable and open standards-based business-class and global enterprise-class storage networking solutions for the on demand world.
This course provides an overview of storage network and data center networking technology. It reviews SAN concepts, Fibre Channel architecture, SAN topologies, IBM b-type offerings, IBM offerings from Cisco, and SAN over Ethernet architectures, such as iSCSI and FCoE.  AudienceThis is a base course for individuals who are involved in the planning, installing, configuring, and upgrading of IBM systems.  PrerequisitesThe following course, or equivalent knowledge, is required prior to this course:
• Introduction to Storage (SS01)
For additional course information and roadmaps please visit our training site: www.ibm.com/training  ObjectiveAfter completing this course, you should be able to:
• Classify the components of a SAN infrastructure
• Appraise the Fibre Channel architecture and terms
• Classify the three major components of a SAN
• Differentiate the features of the IBM Storage System b-type switch offerings
• Differentiate the features of the IBM offered Cisco SAN switches and directors
• Evaluate the implementations of iSCSI and FCoE  Course OutlineDay 1 Welcome
• Unit 1 - SAN Concepts
• Unit 2 - Fibre Channel
• Unit 3 - SAN design and topology (1 of 2) Day 2 • Unit 3 - SAN design and topology (2 of 2) (continued)
• Unit 4 - IBM Fibre Channel b-type switches and directors Day 3 • Exercise 0 - Lab setup and preliminary instructions
• Exercise 1 - Switch management overview
• Exercise 2 - Management software installation
• Exercise 3 - Zoning configuration
• Exercise 4 - Configuring the IBM Storwize V3700 storage system
• Exercise 5 - V3700 storage provisioning using iSCSI
• Exercise 6 - Brocade VDX fabric merging
• Unit 5 - Cisco MDS Fibre Channel switches and directors Day 4 • Unit 6 - SAN over Ethernet
• Exercise 7 - Basic configuration
• Exercise 8 - Management tools installation
• Exercise 9 - VSAN creation
• Exercise 10 - Zoning configuration on Cisco
• Exercise 11 - Configuring the DS3500 storage subsystem
overview :
[IBM offers a comprehensive portfolio of SAN switches, storage, software, services and solutions to reliably bring information to people in a cost effective way. IBM provides flexible, scalable and open standards-based business-class and global enterprise-class storage networking solutions for the on demand world.
This course provides an overview of storage network and data center networking technology. It reviews SAN concepts, Fibre Channel architecture, SAN topologies, IBM b-type offerings, IBM offerings from Cisco, and SAN over Ethernet architectures, such as iSCSI and FCoE.,  ]
abstract :
IBM offers a comprehensive portfolio of SAN switches, storage, software, services and solutions to reliably bring information to people in a cost effective way. IBM provides flexible, scalable and open standards-based business-class and global enterprise-class storage networking solutions for the on demand world.
This course provides an overview of storage network and data center networking technology. It reviews SAN concepts, Fibre Channel architecture, SAN topologies, IBM b-type offerings, IBM offerings from Cisco, and SAN over Ethernet architectures, such as iSCSI and FCoE.  
prerequisits :
objective :
Overview IBM offers a comprehensive portfolio of SAN switches, storage, software, services and solutions to reliably bring information to people in a cost effective way. IBM provides flexible, scalable and open standards-based business-class and global enterprise-class storage networking solutions for the on demand world.
This course provides an overview of storage network and data center networking technology. It reviews SAN concepts, Fibre Channel architecture, SAN topologies, IBM b-type offerings, IBM offerings from Cisco, and SAN over Ethernet architectures, such as iSCSI and FCoE.   Audience This is a base course for individuals who are involved in the planning, installing, configuring, and upgrading of IBM systems.   Prerequisites The following course, or equivalent knowledge, is required prior to this course:
• Introduction to Storage (SS01)
For additional course information and roadmaps please visit our training site: www.ibm.com/training   Objective After completing this course, you should be able to:
• Classify the components of a SAN infrastructure
• Appraise the Fibre Channel architecture and terms
• Classify the three major components of a SAN
• Differentiate the features of the IBM Storage System b-type switch offerings
• Differentiate the features of the IBM offered Cisco SAN switches and directors
• Evaluate the implementations of iSCSI and FCoE  
topic :
Course OutlineDay 1 Welcome
• Unit 1 - SAN Concepts
• Unit 2 - Fibre Channel
• Unit 3 - SAN design and topology (1 of 2) Day 2 • Unit 3 - SAN design and topology (2 of 2) (continued)
• Unit 4 - IBM Fibre Channel b-type switches and directors Day 3 • Exercise 0 - Lab setup and preliminary instructions
• Exercise 1 - Switch management overview
• Exercise 2 - Management software installation
• Exercise 3 - Zoning configuration
• Exercise 4 - Configuring the IBM Storwize V3700 storage system
• Exercise 5 - V3700 storage provisioning using iSCSI
• Exercise 6 - Brocade VDX fabric merging
• Unit 5 - Cisco MDS Fibre Channel switches and directors Day 4 • Unit 6 - SAN over Ethernet
• Exercise 7 - Basic configuration
• Exercise 8 - Management tools installation
• Exercise 9 - VSAN creation
• Exercise 10 - Zoning configuration on Cisco
• Exercise 11 - Configuring the DS3500 storage subsystem
startDate :
2019-03-20T19:54:40Z
endDate :
2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
lastModified :
2019-03-20T08:00:33Z
created :
2014-05-03T19:09:53Z
duration :
4
durationUnit :
DAYS
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