Physical Disks and RAID Arrays

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To recognize the roles of the physical components and logical constructs in organizing and accessing data on hard disks and determine the most appropriate RAID solution to meet specific requirements

Target Audience

The target audience for this path are IT professionals with little or no knowledge of storage concepts but who need to support storage products now or in the future and make storage related decisions

Prerequisites

None

Expected Duration

115 min.

Course Objectives

Physical Disks and RAID Arrays

  • recognize the role of the key physical components and structures and the logical constructs for organizing data on a disk.
  • recognize the factors that impact the performance of a disk drive and how disk drive reliability is determined.
  • differentiate between the physical components and the physical structures and logical constructs used to organize and provide access to data on hard disks.
  • identify the benefits of using a RAID set and differentiate between striping, mirroring, and parity.
  • select an appropriate configuration for a RAID set, in a given scenario.
  • determine the most appropriate fault tolerance solution for given scenarios.
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