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This course provides students with a comprehensive insight into the operation of the Serial Attached SCSI interface. The class examines the evolution of SCSI, summarizes the operation of the parallel SCSI interface and then explores in detail the operation of Serial Attached SCSI at all architectural levels. The class concludes with a study of new application areas in which Serial SCSI will be deployed. Protocol analyzer traces are used as an aid to understanding.

Course Outline (click for details)

  • Introduction
  • Physical layer
  • Phy layer
  • Link layer
  • Transport layer
  • Application layer
  • SCSI architecture mapping


Who Should Attend
This in-depth technical class is targeted towards engineers involved in the design, development, integration, deployment and maintenance of Serial Attached SCSI storage devices and systems.
Prerequisites: Should be familiar with computing and storage concepts. In-depth Exploration of SCSI course will benefit the student to understand this technology.
Course Length: 3 days Download course description (printable version)