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Increase the success of your EMC networked storage implementation by leveraging practical experience and best practices from EMC E-Lab. The following EMC technical books (techbooks) and reference manuals supplement existing product documentation with real-world implementation examples, hints, and tips.
Provides information on traditional backup and recovery architecture, storage area network (SAN)-based backup and recovery technologies, and disk and tape backup and recovery. The case studies used in this document are distributed by EMC for informational purposes only.
Identifies and exemplifies common SAN security attacks, presents built-in and bolt-on mechanisms to enhance SAN security, and provides insight on how to implement product-specific security mechanisms.
Provides a basic understanding of distance extension technologies and information to consider when working with extended distance. It includes Internet protocol (IP)-based distance extension solutions.
Focuses on case studies with a brief overview of Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) along with supported configurations and features and information on how to incorporate EMC Connectrix B switches, Cisco Nexus switches, and blade servers using FCoE into an existing data center.
Introduction to FCoE and various aspects and protocols involved with typical Ethernet environment. FCoE connectivity and storage in an FCoE environment, RecoverPoint and Celerra MPFS as solutions, and basic troubleshooting techniques included.
Discusses simple and complex Fibre Channel SAN topologies with a high-level overview of Fibre Channel SAN topologies, case studies for Brocade Virtual Fabrics and EMC RecoverPoint, and fiber connectivity (FICON) connectivity.
Offers insight into options available for managing your data center connectivity including new software management tools developed to bridge the gap in the I/O consolidation environment.
Provides fundamental information about Fibre Channel, fabric design considerations, how SAN technology works, and IP SAN concepts. It also discusses extended distance technologies and solutions.
Supplies a high-level overview of storage virtualization and replication including EMC Invista, EMC RecoverPoint, and EMC VPLEX. It also covers SAN connectivity for Invista and RecoverPoint along with basic information on interswitch link hops and examples showing hop counts in four different fabric configurations.
Provides a high-level overview of wide area network (WAN) optimization controllers (WOC) including network and deployment topologies, storage and replication application, Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) configurations, and WOC appliances.
EMC Reference Manuals