• Early adopters see Red Hat Storage Server as SAN alternative

    Red Hat Storage Server's early adopters see promising results in small projects requiring ease of scalability, high availability and replication.

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  • SAN consolidates storage

    When its backup and batch processing cycles started cutting into employee productivity, insurance company uses a SAN.

    ITKE341,745 pointsBadges:
  • Making sense of the alphabet soup of server-attached storage

    There's been plenty of talk about software-defined storage and how it creates networks from DAS, SAN and NAS. See if it's right for your shop.

    ITKE341,745 pointsBadges:
  • Booting Storage Server 2003 from a SAN

    It can be done, though you may incounter a problem because MS doesn't support FC-AL. Learn more about the issue in this tip.

    searchStorage9,010 pointsBadges:
  • Checklist: Ten steps to troubleshooting SAN/NAS performance problems

    Learn how to isolate the cause of performance problems in your storage system, fix what's broken and learn from your mistakes.

    Gregs1,040 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Windows Server 2003 boot-from-SAN configurations

    Even though Windows Server 2003 is a lot better at handling boot-from-SAN configurations than earlier versions of Windows, managing a boot-from-SAN system still requires some special knowledge. This is especially true when replacing a failed server or host bus adapter (HBA). Here are three...

    searchStorage9,010 pointsBadges:
  • Canadian organization’s SAN handles an ocean of data

    Researchers, rescue workers and enforcement officers for Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) have to brave the elements to keep the eastern coast of the country safe for mariners and wildlife, not to mention mapping the sea floor and controlling vessel traffic. There is one problem....

    ITKE341,745 pointsBadges:
  • Choosing the right SAN makes life easier down the road

    Once you've decided that an iSCSI storage area network fits your needs, it's time to choose the heart of your SAN: the disk array. There's an iSCSI array out there for just about everyone.

    SearchITChannel780 pointsBadges:
  • StorPort storage driver fixes strange SAN problems

    A new version of Microsoft's Storport storage driver fixes problems on SANs that use removable storage devices connected through host bus adapters (HBAs).

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  • 4 Gb Fibre Channel arrives — but do you need it?

    In the past 12 months, nearly every SAN manufacturer has announced or introduced 4 Gb SAN components. But the move to 4 Gb SANs may be more a product of vendor push than user pull.

    searchStorage9,010 pointsBadges:

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