Storage Networks: The Complete Reference

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McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2003 - Computers - 526 pages
Keep tabs on the vast array of storage network technologies, including SAN, NAS, Fibre Channel, file systems, virtualization, database storage, and snapshots. Plus, discover emerging technology standards such as iSCSI, InfiniBand, and storage provisioning. A profoundly useful resource for troubleshooting and coping with legacy issues such as interoperability and storage resource management.

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Contents

The Data Storage and Data Access Problem
3
The Battle for Size and Access
17
Putting Storage
35
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Marc Farley started working with network storage technology in 1991 at Palindrome Corporation as a systems engineer and has been in the network storage field ever since working in business development, product management, and strategic marketing at Hitachi, Crossroads Systems, and ConvergeNet. He is currently President of Building Storage, Inc., a company providing consulting services to storage vendors, institutional investors and end users. He is the author of Building Storage Networks, First and Second Editions.

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