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January 13, 2011  2:00 PM

What are your opinions on using an iSCSI NAS for SQL Server storage?



Posted by: Denny Cherry
iSCSI, SQL Server, Storage

You’ve really got two questions here.  The first is if I like iSCSI for SQL, and the second is if I like NAS for SQL.  NAS doesn’t support iSCSI as iSCSI is a SAN technology. iSCSI is just fine for SQL Server as long as the server and the storage are on the same subnet, and the network has...

December 3, 2009  11:00 AM

Dual HBAs (or iSCSI ports) should be a requirement for every server



Posted by: Denny Cherry
iSCSI, Storage

Proper network design is very important to ensuring the highest availability between your storage array and your server.  This design is important weither you are using a Fibre Channel SAN or an iSCSI SAN.  The basic design is the same.


November 16, 2009  11:00 AM

Not all multi-pathing software is created equal



Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC, iSCSI, Storage

Once you've setup a good redundant network design you need to invenst in some goo multi-pathing software to ensure that you are making the most of the...


October 2, 2009  7:14 PM

Join me on Oct 21st for a Clustering with iSCSI Presentation



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Clustering, iSCSI, SQL, Starwind, Webcast

All, On October 21st, 2009 at 11am (Pacific) / 2pm (Eastern) I'm going to be presenting a free Webcast on how to setup a Windows 2008 Cluster when using iSCSI.  Additionally I'll be going over some tuning tricks you can use to improve the performance of your iSCSI network.


September 14, 2009  5:24 PM

SQL Server Clustering Guide & Webcast Links



Posted by: Denny Cherry
iSCSI, SQL Server 2008, Starwind, Webcast

A white paper which I wrote for Starwind Software is now available.  The link to register for the webcast (October 21, 2009) has also been

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