EMC ISM v2: NAS, Object-based Storage, and Unified Storage
Experienced IT professionals who wish to be or currently are responsible for information storage or for planning, designing, deploying, managing, or leveraging information infrastructure
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This course focuses on benefits and components of three types of storage: Network-Attached Storage (NAS), object-based storage, and unified storage. It covers NAS file-sharing protocols, different NAS implementations, and file-level virtualization. The course also covers the function of the key components of object-based storage and two examples of its uses: content-addressed and cloud-based storage. The function of the key components of unified storage and the process of data access from unified storage are also covered. This course is part of a series that cover the objectives for EMC Proven Professional certification exam E10-001 Information Storage and Management Exam Version 2.
NAS, Object-based Storage, and Unified Storage
- match NAS protocols with their corresponding characteristics
- recognize the components of Network-Attached Storage
- identify features of NAS implementations
- identify features of EMC Isilon and VNX Gateway
- describe object-based storage
- describe unified storage
- identify features of EMC products for object-based and unified storage
- distinguish between network-attached, object-based, and unified storage