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Storage Area Network School: Lesson 11

Storage Area Network School: Lesson 11



"Using point-in-time copies"

Join Alex Nikitin, co-author, Storage Area Networks for Dummies for a webcast on what point-in-time copy is, how to figure space requirements, what you need to know about creating snapshots and what software-based copy solutions are available.

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What are point-in-time copies? What types of point-in-time copies are there? Lesson 11 of SearchStorage.com's Storage Area Network School dissects point-in-time copies and snap-shots. Co-author of "Storage Area Networks for Dummies" Alex Nikitin explores some real world examples of where point-in-time copies should be used -- and how. He'll also show you the process for setting up the most efficient point-in-time copy environment.

What you'll walk away with:
** Understanding what a "point-in-time" copy is
** Review the different flavors of point-in-time
** Sizing your environment accordingly
** Review of common examples of point-in-time copies
** The ability to ask Alex your specific PIT/snapshot questions

Please join Alex Nikitin for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

***TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF PART 1 -- TAKE OUR QUIZ***
Now that you've listened to San School lessons 1-4, take the first San School quiz.

***TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF PART 2 -- TAKE OUR QUIZ***
Once you've viewed lessons 5-7, test your skills by taking part two of the San School quiz.

About Alex Nikitin: Alex Nikitin is District Storage Manager for HDS as well as co-author of "Sans for Dummies."

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This was first published in June 2007

 

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