Please join J Metz of Cisco and I (Erik Smith of EMC) for a webcast that will cover some of the HA considerations that you need to think about before moving to a Converged Nework topology.
The webcast details are provided below. Please remember to pre-register.
Date: November 10, 2011
Time: 12-1PM Eastern
Title: Designing High Availability in a Converged Networking Environment
Abstract: Highly available networks have different meanings for LAN and SAN administrators. This session will explore the design principles for a truly converged system, and identify the means by which architects can build highly available networks for both LANs and SANs using converged technologies like FCoE and DCB-based Ethernet.
Particular importance will be paid to Role-Based Access and SAN best practices using a converged infrastructure, along with recommendations for growth and scale.
Join us for this event and learn more about:
- the requirements for High Availability for both LANs and SANs
- the limitations of designing highly available networks and the approaches to mitigate issues within the Data Center
- how Highly Available converged networks scale with increased storage requirements over time
Who Should Attend: Storage and Networking Administrators who want to learn more designing high availability converged networks.
NOTE: Please remember that you need to register in advance.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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