|01||Introduction to Storage and Terminology|
|03||Combining Storage Devices|
|04||Understanding Storage Architecture|
|07||OnBase Database Storage Details|
|08||Suggested Metrics for Scaling New Solutions|
|09||OnBase Disk Groups|
|11||Basic Dynamic and Spanned Disk Groups|
|12||OnBase Report Services|
|13||OnBase Storage Details and Replication|
|14||Distributed Disk Service and Conclusion|
A key component of a successful OnBase System is a well-designed storage solution. Storage is a blanket word for the world of Hard Drives, RAID, SANS, DAS, and NAS. This technology has grown dramatically over the last decade. As an OnBase installer or administrator, you will come into direct contact with these various systems.
This session is designed as an introduction to some of the key components and terminology of storage technology. Starting with the basic components, you will be guided through how a storage system is built and how it affects the OnBase Disk Groups and the OnBase Database.