• IBM rolls out thin provisioning on SVC storage virtualization devices

    IBM adds thin provisioning to its SAN Volume Controller virtualization devices, surprising customers and analysts who expected it on IBM's DS8000 disk arrays first.

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  • Enhance RAID by leveraging storage virtualization

    According to expert Jon Toigo, RAID doesn't have to be on its way out, as long as it's supplemented with other technologies.

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  • Storage virtualization for affordable disaster recovery

    Enterprise data storage customers are increasingly looking to storage virtualization products to improve disaster recovery plans on a budget, including in combination with server virtualization and new array technologies.

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  • EMC ViPR

    The ViPR storage virtualization platform, introduced at EMC World 2013, automates provisioning and centralizes management in EMC environments.

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  • Storage virtualization consolidation product specifications

    In today's storage consolidation projects, virtualization allows administrators to pool storage from servers and systems to create a single ubiquitous storage resource. Storage virtualization raises storage utilization, saving money by forestalling the purchase of additional storage. Pooled...

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  • How does storage virtualization ease storage management?

    Learn how storage virtualization eases storage management by providing a consistent interface for all storage applications.

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  • How does storage capacity planning and management play into storage virtualization?

    The relationship is very synergistic. Suppose we have two equal Tier 1 storage boxes offering 1 terabyte (TB). I can create a pool...

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  • Virtualization and virtual volumes

    With regard to storage virtualization, I'm wondering what the optimum number of virtual volumes would be. In the NT and Unix environments how many virtual volumes would an application server usually need to access? Is there an application environment that would require a large number of volumes?

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  • How to purchase storage virtualization products

    This buying guide can help you understand the criteria involved in selecting storage virtualization products.

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  • Approaching storage-virtualization products

    Contributor Tony Asaro lays out a number of different approaches to storage virtualization that will help you choose which product or products are best for you.

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