ntc255 | undergraduate

Storage And Management Of Data

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This course introduces fundamental concepts and practices for information storage and management in cloud, virtualization, and networking environments. Included are elements and practices of data centers, information storage networking technology, storage systems, and business continuity practices. Also addressed are management and security in information storage infrastructures.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Network Storage Security and Management

    • Describe security measures, tools, techniques, and methods to protect information and assets in virtualized and cloud storage environments.
    • Explain approaches to manage and monitor storage infrastructure.
    • Describe potential risks and threats in virtualized and cloud storage environments.

    Information Storage and Data Centers

    • Discuss the implications, opportunities, and issues of information growth.
    • Explain the key elements and structure of a storage system and data center environment.
    • Identify concepts of virtualization and cloud computing.
    • Discuss Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) implementation, levels, and influence on application performance

    Storage Network Technologies

    • Describe Storage Area Network (SAN), Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI), and Networked-Attached Storage (NAS) storage networking technologies.
    • Discuss how to apply storage network technologies to meet application network requirements.
    • Understand how to implement NAS for file and data sharing in an organization.

    Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity Planning, and Virtualization

    • Explain the key elements of disaster recovery and business continuity planning.
    • Identify techniques and methods for backup and recovery.
    • Explain effective backup and recovery strategies and implementation.
    • Describe the benefits, components, and implementation of virtualization.

    Cloud Computing

    • Analyze the use of cloud computing infrastructures and frameworks.
    • Discuss cloud computing service models.
    • Understand cloud computing deployment options.
    • Identify key storage considerations to evaluate before migrating to a cloud computing environment.
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