Storage Networks: The Complete Reference
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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The Data Storage and Data Access Problem
The Battle for Size and Access
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activities additional architecture Attached Storage authentication backup bandwidth become business applications cache capacity planning Chapter client client/server communications complex components connectivity data center data paths data warehouse discussed disk arrays drive end users enhanced environment Ethernet example external fabric FC network FC Switch Fibre Channel Fibre Channel switches Figure file system functions hardware Host Adapter I/O manager I/O operations I/O Request I/O workload implementation InfiniBand installation integrated interface Internet iSCSI JBOD layer mainframe micro-kernel multiple N_Port Network Attached Storage node OLTP operating system performance port problem processing protocol RAID level recovery remote requirements SAN configuration scalability SCSI server service levels shared solution specific standard Storage Area Network storage arrays storage capacity storage configuration storage devices storage infrastructure storage model storage network storage systems tape TCP/IP transactions UNIX user data utilize vendors