Chapter 3 Cloud Storage and Provisioning
THE FOLLOWING COMPTIA CLOUD+ EXAM OBJECTIVES ARE COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER:
- 3.0 Infrastructure
- 3.1 Compare and contrast various storage technologies.
- Network Attached Storage (NAS) (file level access, shared storage)
- Direct Attached Storage (DAS) (block level access, dedicated storage)
- Storage Area Network (SAN) (block level access, shared storage, HBAs, LUN masking, zoning, WWN, Fibre Channel protocols)
- Different access protocols (FCoE, FC, Ethernet, iSCSI)
- Protocols and applications (IP, FCP, iSCSI)
- Management differences
- 3.2 Explain storage configuration concepts.
- Disk types (SSD vs. spinning, interfaces types, access speed)
- Tiering (performance levels of each tier, policies)
- RAID levels (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1+0, RAID 0+1, RAID 5, RAID 6)
- File system types (UFS, EXT, NTFS, FAT, VMFS, ZFS)
- 3.3 Execute storage provisioning.
- Creating LUNs
- Creating network shares
- Zoning and LUN masking
- Implications of adding capacity to a NAS and SAN (impact to operations, downtime, best practices)
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