Books on Storage Area Networking
One to five asterisks in front of the some of the books represent our subjective view of their goodness. The titles without asterisks have not been rated. The books are arranged in the reverse order of year of publication.
- [*****] John R. Vacca, Michael Erbschloe, "
The Essential Guide to Storage Area Networks," Prentice Hall, January 2002, 614 pages.
- [*****] Robert Wipfel, Stephen C. Payne, "
Novell's Guide to Storage Area Networks and NetWare Cluster Services," Hungry Minds, Inc, January 2002, 700 pages.
- [*****] Tom Clark, "
IP SANS: An Introduction to iSCSI, iFCP, and FCIP Protocols for Storage Area Networks," Addison-Wesley, December 2001, 336 pages.
- [*****] Richard Barker, Paul Massiglia, Larry Krantz, "
Storage Networking Essentials: A Complete Guide to Understanding & Implementing SANs," Wiley, October 2001, 384 pages.
- [*****] Alan F. Benner, "
Fibre Channel for SANs," McGraw-Hill, March 2001, 400 pages.
- [*****] Thomas Clark, "
Designing Storage Area Networks," Addison-Wesley, September 1999, 202 pages.
- [*****] Jeffrey Stai, "
Fibre Channel Bench Reference," ENDL Publications, May 1995, 196 pages.
- [****] Marc Farley, "
Building Storage Networks," McGraw-Hill, May 2001, 656 pages.
- [****] Josh Judd, Chris Beauchamp, Benjamin F. Kuo, "
Building SANs with Brocade Fabric Switches," Syngress Media Inc, January 2001, 448 pages.
- [****] Ralph H. Thornburgh, Barry J. Schoenborn, "
Storage Area Networks: Designing and Implementing a Mass Storage System," Prentice Hall, September 2000, 314 pages.
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