Storage networking engineers are in high demand in today’s workplace. Additionally, IT professionals interested in data center or network backbone related positions are likely to need strong storage networking skills to do their jobs.
CompTIA created the Storage+ certification in partnership with the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA). It is currently considered the leading entry-level storage technology certification exam. The syllabus includes the skills needed to configure basic storage networks for archive, backup, and restore technologies. The exam also covers the basics of disaster recovery and business continuity, application workloads, system integration, storage and system administration, and troubleshooting connectivity issues.
The Storage+ is the perfect kicking off point for interested or curious IT professionals, to help develop skills and knowledge in this area. Consider it before taking any Data Center, Amazon, VMware or NetApp certification. The SNIA have retired their SNIA Certified Storage Professional (SCSP) certification in favor of the Storage+ which guarantees that you are learning about state-of-the-art storage tools and technologies.
This course covers the latest objectives for exam SGO-001.
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|Module 1||Welcome to the Course|
|Unit 1||Welcome to the Course|
|Module 2||Mechanical Disk Drives|
|Unit 1||Introduction to Disk Drives|
|Unit 2||Hard Disk Interfaces and Protocols|
|Unit 3||Hard Disk Drive Geometry|
|Unit 4||Hard Disk Drive Characteristics|
|Module 3||Solid State Storage|
|Unit 1||Solid State Storage|
|Module 4||Storage Arrays|
|Unit 1||Introduction to Storage Arrays|
|Unit 2||Storage Array Architecture|
|Unit 1||Introduction to RAID|
|Unit 2||RAID Levels|
|Module 6||FC SAN|
|Unit 1||Introduction to SAN|
|Unit 2||Fibre Channel Architecture|
|Unit 3||Components of FC SAN|
|Unit 4||FC SAN Topologies|
|Unit 5||Characteristics of FC Switches|
|Unit 6||N_Port ID Virtualization|
|Unit 1||Introduction to IP-SAN|
|Unit 2||iSCSI SAN|
|Module 8||Converged Networking|
|Unit 1||Introduction to Converged Networking|
|Unit 2||Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)|
|Unit 3||Data Center Operations|
|Module 10||Backup and Recovery|
|Unit 1||Introduction to Backup and Recovery|
|Unit 2||Backup and Restore Methods|
|Unit 3||Backup Implementation Methods|
|Unit 4||Backup Targets|
|Unit 5||Content-Addressable Storage and Archive|
|Module 11||Storage Management|
|Unit 1||Capacity Optimization Methods - Part 1|
|Unit 2||Capacity Optimization Methods - Part 2|
|Unit 3||LUN Provisioning Techniques|
|Unit 4||Storage Virtualization|
|Unit 5||Monitoring and Alerting|
|Module 12||Storage Performance|
|Unit 1||Storage Performance|
|Unit 1||FC-SAN Troubleshooting|
|Unit 2||LAN Troubleshooting|