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  • Are you still using RAID in your storage environment or have you implemented erasure coding?

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  • Violin 6000 arrays feature proprietary flash modules, memory fabric

    Violin 6000 Series all-flash storage arrays use proprietary flash modules, memory fabric architecture and RAID to improve performance and latency.

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  • Overhead for RAID 0+1 is too high … should I use RAID-5?

    I am in the process of migrating data from DASD to an enterprise-based SAN. This is one of several activities in a disaster recovery solution. A by-product of this is that I'll be left with lots of unused storage space from the legacy devices. I have a plan for these, but need some advice!

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  • Are cheap mirrors better than RAID?

    Cheap mirroring vs. RAID.

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  • RAID levels: Learn about RAID 50

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  • RAID tutorial: Picking the right RAID level

    While there are multiple variations of RAID available today, only six levels actually matter for SMBs. Marc Staimer discusses how to choose the right RAID level for your business based on the application data type, the criticality of that data and the number of users.

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  • RAID technology quiz

    Take a few minutes and test yourself on RAID technology. Do you know which RAID type is the fastest or which one is seen in SATA environments? Challenge your co-workers to a RAID pop quiz showdown, and find out who's the mighty RAIDer in your shop.

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