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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
EMC ISM v2: Data Center Environment $74.95
EMC ISM v2: RAID and Intelligent Storage Systems $74.95
EMC ISM v2: FC SAN, IP SAN, and FCoE $74.95
EMC ISM v2: NAS, Object-based Storage, and Unified Storage $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80


EMC ISM v2: Data Center Environment

This course focuses on the definition of data and information, types of data, and evolution of storage architecture. It discusses the key components and describes the key characteristics of a data center. This course also provides an overview of virtualization and cloud computing, and focuses on compute, memory, desktop, and application virtualization. This course is part of a series that cover the objectives for EMC Proven Professional certification exam E10-001 Information Storage and Management Exam Version 2.
  • discuss structured and unstructured data
  • explain key characteristics of a data center
  • describe virtualization and cloud computing
  • identify core elements of a data center
  • describe application virtualization
  • explain the components of host system
  • recognize key concepts related to storage device media
  • recognize the options for hosts to access storage devices
  • identify characteristics of VMware ESXi
  • design a storage solution for new application

EMC ISM v2: RAID and Intelligent Storage Systems

This course focuses on RAID and its use to improve performance and protection. It details various RAID implementations, techniques, and levels commonly used. This course also describes the impact of RAID on performance and equips you to select the best RAID levels for your organization. It also covers the key components of an intelligent storage system. It details the function of each component, including cache management and protection techniques. The course also focuses on the two storage provisioning methods. Finally, it describes the two types of intelligent storage systems. This course is part of a series that cover the objectives for EMC Proven Professional certification exam E10-001 Information Storage and Management Exam Version 2.
  • recognize three key techniques used for RAID and describe RAID implementation
  • distinguish between commonly used RAID levels
  • describe the RAID penalty
  • recommend a RAID level, given a scenario
  • recognize common cache management strategies
  • recognize the role played by each key component of an intelligent storage system
  • describe two storage provisioning methods
  • describe two types of intelligent storage systems
  • identify characteristics of two EMC storage offerings

EMC ISM v2: FC SAN, IP SAN, and FCoE

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.
  • recognize the characteristics of the components of FC SAN
  • recognize FC interconnectivity options
  • recognize characteristics of FC architecture
  • identify key concepts related to topology and zoning in FC SAN
  • identify features of a virtual SAN
  • identify characteristics of EMC's SAN connectivity and virtualization products
  • determine the optimal FC SAN for an organization, given a scenario
  • recognize characteristics of iSCSI topologies
  • identify features of FCIP
  • recognize functionalities required by converged enhanced Ethernet

EMC ISM v2: NAS, Object-based Storage, and Unified Storage

This course focuses on benefits and components of three types of storage: Network-Attached Storage (NAS), object-based storage, and unified storage. It covers NAS file-sharing protocols, different NAS implementations, and file-level virtualization. The course also covers the function of the key components of object-based storage and two examples of its uses: content-addressed and cloud-based storage. The function of the key components of unified storage and the process of data access from unified storage are also covered. This course is part of a series that cover the objectives for EMC Proven Professional certification exam E10-001 Information Storage and Management Exam Version 2.
  • match NAS protocols with their corresponding characteristics
  • recognize the components of Network-Attached Storage
  • identify features of NAS implementations
  • identify features of EMC Isilon and VNX Gateway
  • describe object-based storage
  • describe unified storage
  • identify features of EMC products for object-based and unified storage
  • distinguish between network-attached, object-based, and unified storage
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EMC Information Storage and Management (ISM) v2 Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252750
  • Duration:
    5 hours
  • Price:
    $169