• Integrating San and Nas

    Sas and Nas systems are very different types of storage, with different features that serve different business needs. Here are eight best practices for integrating San and Nas.

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  • SAN vs. NAS: A diagram of the differences

    NAS expert Randy Kerns outlines the differences in SAN and NAS using diagrams that illustrate each type of storage system.

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  • What is the difference between NAS and SAN?

    The fundamental difference is NAS does file I/O by remote file serving, while SAN is for block I/O where storage is connected via a network (usually fibre channel, but with recent deployments of iSCSI, over IP on Ethernet) just like the storage that was directly connected.

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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.

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  • Will 40 GbE lead you to rely less on FC in your SANs?

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  • Storage area network basics: Guide to the latest in SAN implementation

    In this guide, learn about storage area network basics, including considerations in buying and implementing a SAN, SAN switch configuration, and deploying an FC SAN for virtual server environments.

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  • Overland Storage aims SnapSAN at high end

    Overland Storage adds solid-state drive (SSD) option to its SnapSAN platform, as well as thin provisioning and automated tiering and caching.

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  • Dell FS8600 adds unified storage for Compellent SAN

    Dell FS8600 adds Fluid File System (FluidFS) device that turns the Compellent SAN into unified storage, and prepares to add primary deduplication.

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  • Product survey 2014: Hybrid flash arrays from the big six

    A look at the options to build hybrid flash arrays from the big six SAN makers

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  • Unified storage product guide: Multiprotocol NAS and SAN in one storage subsystem

    Unified storage product guide: multiprotocol file-level (NAS) and block-level (SAN) access in one box with benefits for server virtualisation and green storage.

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