• Fibre Channel SAN drops in buying intention survey; iSCSI SANs make gains

    FC SAN loses the title of top overall storage platform choice in our Purchasing Intentions survey, yet it still leads in the server virtualization space. iSCSI SANs, meanwhile, continue to make gains.

    Fran Sales635 pointsBadges:
  • SCSI vs. iSCSI — features, functionality and architecture

    What are the differences between SCSI and iSCSI in term of features, functionality and architecture?

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  • AutoTrader plans VMware move from iSCSI to NFS

    Usually iSCSI is billed as the easiest networked storage protocol to use with VMware, but an IT manager at NetApp shop AutoTrader.com says that NFS will be even simpler.

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  • ISCSI wows some users, confuses others

    Trying to nail down a consistent sentiment about iSCSI here at the Storage Decisions 2004 conference in New York City is like trying to type without a keyboard – near impossible.

    ComputerWeekly655 pointsBadges:
  • Improve fault tolerance in cluster server for iSCSI

    You can improve fault tolerance in a highly networked environment like an iSCSI cluster server by using NIC teaming.

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  • Alleviate network congestion on iSCSI SANs via switch settings

    Careful configuration of an iSCSI SAN will usually preclude most problems. But if network performance is still slow, there are several adapter and switch settings that can help speed things up and alleviate network congestion.

    searchStorage9,065 pointsBadges:
  • Reporter’s notebook: Storage Decisions wrap-up

    Users and analysts comment on some of the hottest topics in storage, including Microsoft DPM, data security, Symantec, ILM and iSCSI.

    Beth Pariseau7,140 pointsBadges:
  • Small shops tackle DR on a budget

    The Boston Celtics and Nancy's Specialty Foods grapple with the challenges of replicating Exchange servers and the tradeoffs between iSCSI and Fibre Channel.

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  • Microsoft furthers Windows storage portfolio with acquisition

    Microsoft has acquired a new iSCSI technology that may allow more Windows shops to explore low-end storage.

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  • iSCSI Target Server

    ISCSI Target Server is a server that lets administrators boot multiple computers to a network from a single operating system image in a central location.

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