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  • SAN array buyers think capacity first

    Databases and support for virtual servers are the main use cases for new SAN arrays.

    Rich Castagna2,300 pointsBadges:
  • Propane provider gives SAN the gas with Violin flash array

    Ferrellgas' switch from a hybrid storage array to a Violin flash array brought a boost in performance as well as surprising reductions in cost and management.

    Dave Raffo7,280 pointsBadges:
  • SIOS SANLess cluster helps keep Epicure websites up and running

    Direct-sales food distributor Epicure deployed a new server cluster to keep its websites from being overwhelmed -- and saved money on SQL Server and storage in the process.

    jsirkin1,075 pointsBadges:
  • Storage area network (SAN) basics every SQL Server DBA must know

    Storage area networks mean better management and improved performance for your SQL Server environment – but only if people in charge understand them. In this tip, SQL Server expert Denny Cherry explains concepts such as the importance of selecting your RAID level and storage tiers and he also...

    Denny Cherry67,405 pointsBadges:
  • Do hyper-converged systems offer an appealing alternative to a SAN upgrade?

    gkranz2,325 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    ITKE407,530 pointsBadges:
  • VDI storage problem? Forget extra SAN — use server RAM

    VDI storage bottlenecks don't have to mean extra SAN; Atlantis Computing lets virtual desktop customers use server RAM instead.

    Bridget Botelho3,630 pointsBadges:
  • Flash storage performance gives your SAN a boost

    All-flash arrays have quickly become an IT success story thanks to their ability to extend the life and flash storage performance of a storage area network with minimal cost impact.

    SearchCloudComputing4,460 pointsBadges:
  • Gen 6 Brocade SAN switch, QLogic and Broadcom HBAs ship

    A new G620 Brocade switch and 32 Gbps host bus adapters from QLogic and Broadcom Emulex signal general availability of Gen 6 Fibre Channel storage networking gear.

    Carol Sliwa2,320 pointsBadges:

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