Comments on The Basics of Storage VirtualizationWhat's new and what matters in IT news, opinion and analysis.2013-05-08T17:37:49Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/IT-watch-blog/the-basics-of-storage-virtualization/feed/atom/By: AddvalueAddvaluehttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/IT-watch-blog/?p=2918#comment-4752011-04-30T10:41:46Z2011-04-30T10:41:46ZWith storage boxes of large capacities, there are a very few chances of organizations having multiple storage boxes. It is better to replace old boxes with new ones of higher capacity. Storage virtualisation therefore has very little scope in most medium sized organizations.
]]>By: Storage Virtualization Wrap Up - Enterprise IT Watch BlogStorage Virtualization Wrap Up - Enterprise IT Watch Bloghttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/IT-watch-blog/storage-virtualization-wrap-up/http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/IT-watch-blog/?p=2918#comment-4632011-04-27T11:37:16Z2011-04-27T11:37:16Z[...] those of us who aren’t experts in the field of storage virtualization, we compiled the basics of storage virtualization to start the month off on the right [...]
]]>By: AddvalueAddvaluehttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/IT-watch-blog/?p=2918#comment-4482011-04-15T06:39:16Z2011-04-15T06:39:16ZI think storage virtualization has lost a bit of relevance to the common user organizations. Storage servers often turn obsolete in a few years and companies, and instead of adding a new one, often find it prudent to replace them with newer storage boxes which are much more powerful , have more capacity and cost lesser in terms of maintenance. The new boxes take care of their requirement for the next few years. Storage virtualisation becomes a non-starter in such cases. This may be different for large data centers.