Which RAID level best describes parallel access with dedicated parity?
A customer has a hybrid infrastructure composed of several UNIX and Windows servers. They are looking for a storage system that all servers can share, but will keep hardware changes to a minimum. What is your recommendation?
What defines a point-in-time replica?
A. The data on the replica that is synchronized with the production data at all times.
B. A partial copy of the production data that is synchronized at some specific timestamp.
C. A full copy of the production data that is synchronized at all times.
D. The data in the replica that is an identical image of production at some specific timestamp.
Which component can be a member of a zone?
B. ToE card
C. ISL trunks
What is a characteristic of the dependent write I/O principle?
A. An application will not issue a write I/O until a prior related write I/O has completed
B. An application will issue another read I/O before the prior related write I/O has completed
C. An application will issue another write I/O before the prior related write I/O has completed
D. An application will not issue a read I/O until a prior related write I/O has completed
Which are components of a NAS environment?
A. NFS and IP
B. NFS and zones
C. CIFS and zones
D. IP and WWN
Which switch port type is used for the interswitch link connectivity between two FC switches?
What is a benefit of using EMC NetWorker modules?
A. Ensures consistent backups
B. Improves tape utilization ratio
C. Organizes data on the backup media for fast recovery D. Performs cold database backups
Why is a backup required?
A. Allow multiple, simultaneous access of data
B. Prevent data corruption
C. Prevent unauthorized access of data
D. Restore the original data in the event of data loss