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If you are involved in storage or want to become a storage master, then you will want to get in on this phenomenal opportunity to become storage trained and certified.
CompTIA's new industry standard certification, CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA, certifies your storage practitioner expertise and sets you apart from the crowd.

The need for data storage capacity is on the rise. This rise is demand is based on the rise in mobile computing, the massive amounts of user generated content, the shift to cloud-enabled services and a need for heightened security. Organizations of all shapes and sizes are scrambling to come up with new strategies to manage their massive volumes of data and it is estimated that there will be 1.5 more IT employees working in storage by the year 2020.
The Most Comprehensive Storage+ Course Series Available Today

This four (4) part CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA course series takes storage training to the next level by preparing you to sit for the CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA Exam and much, much more. This CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA Certification Training Series does not stop with what you need to know to pass the exam. It goes way beyond that by providing key information and skills that will enable you to work successfully in the field of storage.

Once you complete this four (4) part CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA Certification training you will be able to:
- Take the CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA exam
- Understand all storage related tasks in storage networking and storage applications
- Work in a storage networking environment
- Work in the storage applications side of the IT infrastructure
- Evaluate, recommend and select vendor products
- Design a storage network infrastructure
- Configure HBAs, switches and provision storage controllers
- Diagnose problems with fabric switches
- Describe physical networking hardware
- Examine disk, tape and solid state technologies
- Identify removable media technologies
- Describe modular storage arrays and disk enclosures and LUN functionality
- Examine storage network connectors, signaling and cabling
- Understand storage architectures and attachment strategies (DAS, NAS, SAN, and FAN)
- Describe Ethernet network technology with FC SAN and FCoE
- Understand storage management and network implementations
- Identify storage virtualization
- Evaluate storage network management and performance
- Understand storage network security

In addition to preparing you to take the CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA exam you will have the knowledge you need to begin the advanced storage certification programs provided by the Storage Networking Industry Accociation (SNIA) in Storage Management/Administration and/or Storage Design, Assessment and Planning. These specialized storage programs provide the next level of storage certification and give you the designation of SNIA Certified Storage Engineer and/or SNIA Storage Architect. CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA, is also a prerequisite for the snIa Expert Certification credential. CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA, also serves as a substitute for many vendor certification and training courses allowing access to more advanced vendor certification and training. See www.snia.org/certification.

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If you are involved in storage or want to become a storage master, then you will want to get in on this phenomenal opportunity to become storage trained and certified. CompTIA's new industry standard certification, Storage+, certifies your storage practitioner expertise and sets you apart from the crowd. This Storage+ course has been certified by CompTIA as CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) and maps to the Storage+ Exam (Code SG0-001).

CompTIA Storage+ Part 1 focuses on the fundamentals of storage networking. In Part 1 you will take a bottom up approach and exam the information flow requirements levied on a Storage Network and fully understand how various technologies meet those requirements including:
- Why organizations are moving toward DAS, NAS and SAN
- Comprehensive technical examination of fibre channel, SCSI and IP Storage protocols, along with the role they play in a Storage Network
- The practical problems faced in the heterogeneous world where the "any to any" connectivity provided by SANs can present more problems than it solves
- Identify the techniques used to overcome these problems through the use of volume management, storage resource security and persistent binding
- Hard disk drives, tape drives and solid state storage
- JBOD, RAID Levels and MAID
- LUM presentation, LUN aggregation, LUN dynamic allocation
- LUM thick and thin provisioning and persistent binding
- Understanding the components/products that make up a NAS or SAN
- Examine the design and performance aspects of a SAN
- SCSI and ATA storage protocols
- Parallel SCSI, Parallel ATA, SAS and SATA
- The future of Storage Networks

With the purchase of this course, you receive a bonus course on Networking Concepts! This course will round out your knowledge on basic networking fundamentals. You'll find the link in the Related Links section of the Downloads Tab.
Prerequisites

The exam is targeted toward IT storage professionals with at least twelve months of experience. Though it is not required, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Security+ certification is recommended.
Objectives

As a result of taking this course, you will be able to:
- Compare and contrast storage vs. networks and examine the SNIA Shared Storage Model
- Identify the Technology Hype Cycle and how it has applied to developing technologies over time and identify the Standards that apply to the world of storage networking
- Explain the elements of storage networks including network links, storage, server and network devices and the role they play in Capacity and performance
- Discuss the storage Attachment strategies of DAS, NAS, SAN and FAN and the benefits they bring to the IT infrastructure while comparing Block, File and Object movement in the various storage connections
- Identify the functions and component parts of Disk, Tape, Solid State devices as well as the role of disk and tape controllers
- Configure RAID Levels 0, 1, 5, 6 as well as LUN Aggregation, Thick and Thin Provisioning, Dynamic LUN allocation and Persistent Binding
- Explain the concept of SCSI Initiators, Targets, LUNs and Q Tag in JBOS, RAID and MAID configurations
- Explain the legacy network technology function of Parallel SCSI and Parallel ATA as well as the current networks of SAS and SATA in their role as network transport for storage
- Discuss what storage networks can and cannot do for you

If you are involved in storage or want to become a storage master, then you will want to get in on this phenomenal opportunity to become storage trained and certified. CompTIA's new industry standard certification, Storage+, certifies your storage practitioner expertise and sets you apart from the crowd. This Storage+ course has been certified by CompTIA as CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) and maps to the Storage+ Exam (Code SG0-001).

CompTIA Storage+ Part 2 explores Fibre Channel technologies and components, and delves into the network aspects of storage. Fibre Channel is the jump off point for this module as it has been the driving force for Storage Area Networks from the late 90's and into the 21st century. You will begin by understanding the benefits of Fibre Channel separating myth from reality and then go into the details of how software, firmware and hardware play a role in FC solutions, looking at each layer of the architecture as well including FC-0, 1, 2, 3 and FC Level 4.

Topics include:
- Lower level electrical and optical signaling, connectors and cabling
- Operating system interfaces with the Host Bus Adapter (HBA)
- Converting SCSI information into signals that move across the infrastructure between a server and storage controller
- Work flow management constructs like Exchanges, Sequences and Frames
- Services offered and requested from adapter firmware and in a FC switched fabric
- How session relationships, logons, occur and why
- How error recovery takes place in the FC network
- FC switches and the fabric it provides
- Switch configuration and design
- Pathing, routing, load balancing, load sharing and trunking techniques used by FC fabric switches
- All aspects of security, access mechanisms, fabric routers and virtual fabrics

With the purchase of this course, you receive a bonus course on Networking Concepts! This course will round out your knowledge on basic networking fundamentals. You'll find the link in the Related Links section of the Downloads Tab.
Prerequisites

The exam is targeted toward IT storage professionals with at least twelve months of experience. Though it is not required, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Security+ certification is recommended.
Objectives

As a result of taking this course, you will be able to:
- Describe what FC benefits can be achieved in a storage network infrastructure as well as what isn't achieved while Understanding the FC roadmap and the basic structure of FC technologies
- Explain the differences between a FC Node, Port, Transceiver and bit rate as well as the function of the FC WWNN, WWPN and FCID vs. the MAC ID
- Understand when to use FC Topologies including Point-to-Point, FC Arbitrated Loop and FC Fabric both inside and outside of a storage array
- Identify FC-0 functions such as media, connectors and data rate and distinguish between issues that are electrical vs. optical and the benefits of Single Mode vs. Multi-Mode fiber
- Understand the FC-1 functions of Ordered Sets, 8b-10b encode/decode and scrambling functions
- Examine FC-2 Exchange, Sequence and Frame processing including flow control and class of service
- Describe the different types of Basic, Extended and Switch Services offered to FC devices and understand the role of FLOGI, PLOGI, PRLI and RSCN and examine the function of the Host Bus and Storage Adapter
- Identify the function of FC Hubs, Loop Switches, Fabric Switches and Directors, Bridges, Routers or Gateways
- Be able to design a FC fabric considering design issues such as locality, Fan0in and Fan-out ratios and configuration of automatic failover, load sharing and trunking
- Configure Zoning and zoning enforcement requirements as well as implement FC Routers and Virtual Fabrics

If you are involved in storage or want to become a storage master, then you will want to get in on this phenomenal opportunity to become storage trained and certified. CompTIA's new industry standard certification, Storage+, certifies your storage practitioner expertise and sets you apart from the crowd. This Storage+ course has been certified by CompTIA as CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) and maps to the Storage+ Exam (Code SG0-001).

CompTIA Storage+ Part 3 explores IP storage, performance and troubleshooting. In Part 3 we turn our attention to the use of traditional Internet protocol suite-based networks for storage access. These include the use of Fibre Channel and IP combinations as well as Ethernet physical transport with data center uses in combination with FC. You will begin with an overview of IP use in DAS, NAS and SAN attachment strategies for both external and internal SANs. Functionality of the IPS protocols including IPFC, iFCP, mFCP, FCIP and FCoE is covered in detail, as are the use of iSCSI and various options for software, firmware and hardware offload solutions. You will also examine current and future uses of storage network technologies in the data center with data center bridging capability (DCB) various ways to achieve High Performance Computing including PCIE and InfiniBand.

Topics include:
- Performance issues and problems
- How tuning can improve performance using both TCP based and FC based flow control buffering mechanisms
- Terminology and function in the Internet Protocols and the data structures of message, segment, datagram, fragment and frame and how they affect performance
- Performance monitors available for assessing and base lining performance metrics
- Problem solving with storage networking analyzers
- Troubleshooting
- Storage network installation problems and resolution
- Physical issues relating to copper and fiber media and signaling and distance
- How to solve all storage network problems
- How to understand useful IP based commands as well as analyzer tools (PING, NetStat, TraceT and Wireshark)
- Environmental consideration for storage in the data center

With the purchase of this course, you receive a bonus course on Networking Concepts! This course will round out your knowledge on basic networking fundamentals. You'll find the link in the Related Links section of the Downloads Tab.
Prerequisites

The exam is targeted toward IT storage professionals with at least twelve months of experience. Though it is not required, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Security+ certification is recommended.
Objectives

As a result of taking this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the components that make up uses of Internet protocol suit protocols in storage networks
- Configure and use IP over FC (IPFC)
- Understand uses of iFCP and FFCIP gateways to provide merged and unmerged distance extension capability over IP networks
- Describe the pros and cons of iSCSI based SANs vs. FC based SANs and when it is appropriate to use either removing the hype associated with each solution and examining the facts and the truth
- Understand the issues associated with the next generation data center and how storage works in a virtualization environment
- Develop strategies for 10G, 40G, and 100G Ethernet environments including FCoE as well as the emerging 16G FC solutions
- Describe Data Center Bridging functions including Priority Flow Control, Enhanced Transmission Service and Shortest Path Routing function for Ethernet
- Examine InfiniBand role is High Performance Computing solutions in the data center
- Understand issues that affect performance for I/O operations including IOPS and Bandwidth
- Develop performance strategies for DAS, NAS and SAN
- Identify issues related to Pathing across a Fibre Channel fabric including Load Balancing, Load Sharing and Trunking strategies
- Understand hoe Class of Service and Flow Control buffering works and how tuning can improve performance across longer distance and higher bit rates
- Understand Arbitrated Loop performance factors for storage control internal performance for I/O to disk drives
- Identify the benefits of various offload solutions and when to use which options including software, firmware and hardware solutions. These include both TCP/IP and iSCSI offload as well as various NAS protocols
- Examine various system performance tools for storage networks including Virtual Wisdom, IOMeter, Sysmon, Perfmon and IOstat
- Examine popular FC and IP protocol analysis tools from LeCroy and Finisar as well as Wireshark
- Implement both copper and fiber media connectivity with the appropriate signal and distance type
- Solve problems relating to various copper and optical media
- Use and understand various problem, solving strategies for storage network issues
- Identify solutions for storage network environmental issues

If you are involved in storage or want to become a storage master, then you will want to get in on this phenomenal opportunity to become storage trained and certified. CompTIA's new industry standard certification, Storage+, certifies your storage practitioner expertise and sets you apart from the crowd. This Storage+ course has been certified by CompTIA as CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) and maps to the Storage+ Exam (Code SG0-001).

CompTIA Storage+ Part 4 covers storage applications. In Part 4 we look above the storage network infrastructure to the business applications environment and covers data protection, information-lifecycle management, tiered storage implementation, business continuity and security. You will delve into backup and recovery opportunities and options, differences between recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives and backup strategies (from offline backup to continuous data protection).

Topics include:
- Vaulting and evaluating solutions
- The difference between backup and archive
- Disk to tape, virtual tape and disk to disk techniques
- Data center backup methods and levels
- Snapshot technologies
- Synchronous and asynchronous methods
- Remote replication
- Networking strategies including LAN based, LAN free, Server Free and Server less backup
- Virtual tape libraries
- The benefits of De-Duplication and Continuous Data Protection (CDP)
- Storage virtualization and server virtualization
- Network management (SNMP and Storage Management Interface Specification - (SMI-S)
- Business continuity in storage networks
- Fault tolerance and redundancy for high availability
- Storage network security
- The top 10 issues facing the future of Storage networking

With the purchase of this course, you receive a bonus course on Networking Concepts! This course will round out your knowledge on basic networking fundamentals. You'll find the link in the Related Links section of the Downloads Tab.
Prerequisites

The exam is targeted toward IT storage professionals with at least twelve months of experience. Though it is not required, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Security+ certification is recommended.
Objectives

As a result of taking this course, you will be able to:
- Understand and utilize the Detect, Diagnose, Recover and Restore (DDRR) methodology along with RPO and RTO implementations
- Identify the importance and differences between Backup and Archive solutions
- Examine comprehensively backup and recovery technologies including Disk, Tape, Virtual Tape, Data De-Duplication, Continuous Data Protection and Snapshots
- Examine various backup and restore levels including Incremental, Differential, Full, Progressive and many more
- Examine different backup network strategies such as LAN based, LAN free, Server Free and Server less backup
- Understand the principles of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) and Tiered Storage
- Learn Storage Virtualization elements and how they tie into Server Virtualization
- Examine both SNMP and SMI-S storage management
- Implement business continuity solutions that address high availability requirements for storage networks
- Identify the issues and solutions to Storage Network Security
- Understand the issues for future storage networks solutions including Cloud Storage, Green Storage and Green Data

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