The Many Dimensions of Fibre Channel Interoperability Webcast

Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Interoperability is a primary basis for the predictable behavior of a Fibre Channel (FC) SAN.  There are many dimensions to interoperability, from the physical layer, optics, and cables; to port type and protocol; to server, storage, and switch fabric operating systems versions; standards and feature implementation compatibility; and to use case topologies based on the connectivity protocol (F-port, N-Port, NP-port, E-port, TE-port, D-port).  On August 23rd, we will dive into these many dimensions at our next live FCIA webcast “Fibre Channel Interoperability.

In this webcast, FCIA experts will delve into the many aspects of FC interoperability, discussing:

  • Standards and conformance
  • Validation of conformance and interoperability
  • FC-NVMe conformance and interoperability
  • Interoperability matrices
  • Multi-generational interoperability
  • Use case examples of interoperability

Our experts will be available to answer your questions on the spot.