Information Storage and Management: Storing, Managing, and Protecting Digital Information in Classic, Virtualized, and Cloud Environments (Anglais) Relié – 25 mai 2012
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Présentation de l'éditeur
This new edition of the unparalleled bestseller serves as a full training course all in one and as the world′s largest data storage company, EMC is the ideal author for such a critical resource. They cover the components of a storage system and the different storage system models while also offering essential new material that explores the advances in existing technologies and the emergence of the "Cloud" as well as updates and vital information on new technologies.
- Features a separate section on emerging area of cloud computing
- Covers new technologies such as: data de–duplication, unified storage, continuous data protection technology, virtual provisioning, FCoE, flash drives, storage tiering, big data, and more
- Details storage models such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), Storage Area Network (SAN), Object Based Storage along with virtualization at various infrastructure components
- Explores Business Continuity and Security in physical and virtualized environment
- Includes an enhanced Appendix for additional information
This authoritative guide is essential for getting up to speed on the newest advances in information storage and management.
Quatrième de couverture
Key Technology Strategies for Classic, Virtualized, and Cloud Environments:
- Challenges and Solutions for Data Storage and Management
- Intelligent Storage, Object–Based Storage, and Unified Storage
- Storage Networking, Federation, and Protocols
- Backup, Recovery, Deduplication, and Archive
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
- Cloud Computing and Converged Infrastructure
- Storage Security and Managing Storage Infrastructure
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This book prepares you for the Information Storage and Management exam E10–001 leading to EMC Proven Professional Information Storage Associate v2 certification.
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I think this is a very good book as introduction for the covered topics, but do not expect a lot of details. Especially monitoring, backup and replication chapters do not provide many technical details for obvious reasons.
Each chapter finishes with a practical example that unfortunately only consider EMC solutions, but still better than nothing. With non company-biased examples I would have given 5 stars with no hesitation.
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Starting with the bottom line, I would say that ISM is a well-written and coherent book. It succeeds in introducing the main theoretical issues of storage networking without ever losing its audience. As with all storage networking books ISM is also divided into several main sections - storage system, storage networking technologies and virtualization, business continuity, storage security and management. However, the book's new approach here is that each chapter ends with helpful real-life examples from the vast variety of EMC's product line. Considering this, the theoretical part of the book is short. This is, in my opinion, the main virtue of the book - being succinct and deep at the same time, the editors - G Somasundaram and Alok Shrivastava, have skillfully conveyed their massage. Novice readers, as well as experienced IT and storage practitioners, will benefit from reading the book.
Nonetheless, the book suffers from a few flows, mainly in neglecting to get into details regarding some emerging technologies and concepts like green storage, cloud storage, de-duplication SSD and FCoE. I believe that adding these issues would not have compromised the book's coherency and brevity.
Another aspect of ISM is that one can use it as study guide for EMC's E20-001 exam, leading to EMC Proven Professional Associate certification. Plainly, EMC has intended the book not only to promote the theoretical knowledge of storage networking in the IT and academic communities, but also to initiate them into "the EMC path". This dual goal (as seen also in the usage of EMC products as examples in each theoretical chapter) is unavoidable and in my opinion should not be frowned upon. On the contrary, following "Information Storage and Management" I believe that EMC education services should publish additional books that will further enhance general knowledge of storage networking. Two likely candidates that will most certainly benefit both the general public and EMC are "Storage Networking Design and Management" and "Information Availability Design and Management".
This book fills a void in the Storage/SAN world. There arent too many good texts available for a beginner who wants to learn about storage technologies. Even the few texts that are available are from the vendors and yes, I realize that this one is from a vendor as well, but this text tries to be very neutral, and is written from a user/learner point of view.
It is organized well, starting with explaining the various terms, and then moving on to description of RAID and then describing specific storage technologies. An experienced professional might not be too impressed at the depth of coverage of advanced SAN techonologies. However, the book isnt aimed at that class of readers.
In summary, this book is great if you are a beginner or if you are a faculty teaching basics of SAN and storage, and it is a good handy reference guide for experienced professionals.
I purchased this book in order to understand SAN and NAS storage. The first three chapters were mostly a review of what I already knew about storage devices and RAID. The book became more interesting upon transitioning to the components that made up a modern storage array. Soon I found myself reading topologies and mechanisms involved in Fibre Channel, FCoE, iSCSI, NFS and CIFS storage.
Surprisingly, I wanted to read the book a second ... and also a third time. Then it occurred to me that maybe I ought to take the EMC Storage Associate certification exam. Why not? I was seeing storage management in totally new ways by now.
I took and passed the exam two days ago. This book covered everything within the exam -- just as I had read elsewhere.