• Mixed enterprise? Try a mixed SAN architecture

    Advantages of using a mixed architecture.

    searchStorage9,345 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise SAN survey: A feature-rich market with some key differences

    The enterprise SAN market is full of large-capacity beasts with advanced features common to all, but vendors’ high-end array products are by no means all the same.

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  • Midrange SAN vendors boost solid-state and drive options

    With desktop and server virtualisation driving the market, midrange SAN vendors boost solid-state and spinning-disk options to bring enterprise-like performance.

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  • SAN/NAS convergence

    SAN/NAS convergence is the merging of network attached storage (NAS) with storage area network (SAN) technologies through the use of newer techniques that overcome incompatibilities between the two.

    Margaret Rouse9,540 pointsBadges:
  • What characteristics do you require from startups before you will buy a primary SAN array from them?

    Dave Raffo6,115 pointsBadges:
  • Infinidat adds smaller SAN array, unified storage

    After starting with a system aimed at high-end enterprises, startup Infinidat adds a midrange InfiniBox F2000, plus NAS support for unified storage.

    Dave Raffo6,115 pointsBadges:
  • How to help your SAN keep its cool

    To find out how hot your SAN actually is, you have to do more than measure the temperature in the server room.

    searchStorage9,345 pointsBadges:
  • Dual plugs prevent failure

    Dual-plug storage products prevent one of the most common causes of SAN failure: Pulling the plug.

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  • For compliance, neither SAN nor NAS are a slam dunk

    Compliance regulations are forcing companies to make tough choices, but which storage architecture to choose -- SAN or NAS -- may not be one of them.

    AEarls1,875 pointsBadges:
  • SAN complexity drives enterprises to manage storage via virtualization

    Enterprise storage can be complex and difficult to manage. Using virtualization to manage storage simplifies administration and boosts performance.

    PKorzen605 pointsBadges:

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