Basics of Storage and Backup
Storage refers to the process of storing data in a digital format on physical devices like hard drives, solid-state drives, or network-attached storage.
Backup is the process of creating a copy of data, software, or systems in case the original is lost or damaged. The backup is usually stored on a separate device or location, which can be used to restore the original data in case of any data loss.
The audience for this training program would typically be individuals who are interested in or working in information technology. This may include IT professionals, system administrators, network engineers, or software developers. It is also for the students who are likely to join large organizations in entry-level positions.
The learning objectives for the Basics of Storage and Backup:
- Understand the different types of storage, such as direct-attached storage (DAS), network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area network (SAN).
- Understand the importance of backup and disaster recovery and the different types of backups.
- Evaluate different backup methods, including local, remote, and cloud backup, and select the one that best fits their organization’s needs.
- Understanding access controls and security for storage and backup to manage access controls and security best practices.
- Participants should be able to understand monitoring and alerting for storage and backup systems and identify key performance indicators.
- Basic computer skills: Candidates should have basic computer skills,
- Familiarity with cloud computing and networking
- Familiarity with virtualization
- Understand the basic storage blocks and connectivity.