Storage+ Certification Boot Camps

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Storage+ Certification Boot Camps

Prepare for your CompTIA Storage+ exam (SGO-001) in just three days by attending Countrywide Training’s CompTIA Storage+ boot camp. This bootcamp covers the fundamentals of storage networking technology, disk and removable storage technologies, physical networking hardware, Ethernet networks, storage architectures, storage arrays, storage virtualization, storage network management, and more.

The CompTIA Storage+ class is led by a certified instructor, and all books are included in the cost of the course. We also provide you with testing vouchers which can be used to take the exam at an authorized testing facility near your home or office after you complete the bootcamp.

Learn the Fundamental Skills and Concepts Needed for Any Type of Storage Networking

Our Storage+ certification boot camp training is focused on exam preparation. The certification exam is a timed, 100 question exam that requires a passing score of 720 or higher. If you do not pass the SGO-001 certification exam after completing this course, you may retake the training within 12 months at no additional cost.



In order to enroll in this course, we recommend that you enroll in the Network+ prep course. You should also be knowledgeable about operating systems and network components.

Who Should Attend

This boot camp is intended for CompTIA Storage+ candidates preparing for the CompTIA Storage+ certification exam (SGO-001). This bootcamp training course is also suitable for experienced IT professionals such as network and systems administrators, network storage professionals, and IT supervisors and administrators who need a deeper understanding of modern storage technologies.

Class Outline
  • 1.0 Exploring Storage and Networking Fundamentals
  • 2.0 Physical Networking Hardware
  • 3.0 Disk Technologies
  • 4.0 Removable Media Technologies
  • 5.0 Modular Storage Arrays and Disk Enclosures
  • 6.0 Storage Network Connectors and Cabling
  • 7.0 Storage Architectures
  • 8.0 Ethernet Network Technologies
  • 9.0 FC SAN
  • 10.0 Storage Management
  • 11.0 Storage Network Implementation
  • 12.0 Introducing Storage Virtualization
  • 13.0 Storage Network Management
  • 14.0 Evaluating Storage Performance
  • 15.0 Securing Storage Networks
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