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Wednesday, May 18 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
46CQ Exploring the Mystery of Fibre Channel SAN Zoning: A Beginner's Guide

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Power Systems professionals are increasingly being exposed to storage area network (SAN) devices. Be it disk or tape, in our highly virtualized world, these are concepts we all must understand at some level. How these SAN components communicate, and how they are addressed through zoning is a critical piece of the puzzle.

In this session, we'll explore the basic concepts of fibre channel SAN connectivity and how to zone devices so they can communicate, including how to segment zones in a mixed IBM i / AIX / VMware world.

Learning Objectives:





  • Discuss hardware components of a fibre channel SAN, and how each one participates in the network



  • Discuss the interaction between VIOS, AIX and IBM i with the SAN



  • Explore the basics of how to create SAN zones, how they are applied and how they control access to SAN devices including in mixed OS environments





This is session 610278

Speakers
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Kevin Mort

VP Technology Services, Flagship Solutions Group
Kevin Mort is the Vice President of Technology Services for IBM business partner Flagship Solutions Group, located in Boca Raton, Florida. He designs and supports technology solutions which include IBM Power, storage and software technologies, virtualization of many flavors, as well... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Magnolia | Third Floor
  • Session Content Level Beginner
  • Operating System AIX, IBMi, Linux
  • Audience: The ideal attendee would be a system administrator or business partner system integrator who would have the need to deploy Power Systems with SAN attached disk. This may also be the IBM i person new to the concept of SAN on this platform

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