April 7, 2019 — Get a quick Pre-NAB crash course at the SLS Hotel in Las Vegas

SHARED STORAGE 101

Free Shared Storage Certification Course

Join us before NAB for a 30-minute certification course to help you better understand the fundamental technology concepts behind shared storage.

If talking NAS, SAN, and RAID is outside of your comfort zone, this course is for you!

You’ll learn

  • The differences between SAN and NAS storage
  • How to choose the right RAID level
  • Fiber vs Fibre and other connectivity options
  • When to use SATA and SSD disks
  • Media asset management basics
  • Common shared workflows

Event Details
April 7 2019, SLS Las Vegas, Nikko Ballroom, 3:00-4:00 pm
During the JB&A Pre-NAB Technology Show

Presented By

Loring Weinkauf
Product and Workflow Integrations Manager
Studio Network Solutions

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