This course explains Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (FC SAN) components, fibre channel interconnectivity options, and fibre channel architecture. It also covers virtualization in a SAN environment. The course covers the infrastructure components and topology of two protocols: IP SAN - which includes Internet SCSI (iSCSI) and Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) - and Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). This course is part of a series that covers the objectives for EMC Proven Professional certification exam E10-001 Information Storage and Management Exam Version 2.
Introduction to FC SAN - recognize the characteristics of the components of FC SAN - recognize FC interconnectivity options FC SAN Implementation - recognize characteristics of FC architecture - identify key concepts related to topology and zoning in FC SAN - identify features of a virtual SAN EMC Connectrix and EMC VPLEX - identify characteristics of EMC's SAN connectivity and virtualization products IP SAN - recognize characteristics of iSCSI topologies - identify features of FCIP FCoE - recognize functionalities required by converged enhanced Ethernet
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