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SAN Connectivity with Linux on System z

Webinar Published By: Mainline Information Systems
Mainline Information Systems
Published:  Oct 27, 2009
Type:  Webinar
Length:  1 pages

With Fibre Channel (FCP Channel) support, Linux instances on System z can attach to and communicate with Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) devices using the Fibre Channel Protocol or FCP. In this webcast, Andy Hartman, Senior Consultant with Mainline Information Systems, will outline the important things to know when you are using FCP (Fiber Channel Protocol) to connectivity to Linux on System z. This webcast includes: . Overview and Planning . Best Practice Suggestions . Things to Remember Watch it now!



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linux, mainline information systems, system z, san connectivity, fcp, fiber channel protocol, configuration, fibre channel, network management