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Clustering for Performance - SD Chicago 2007
Clustering is a popular technique for aggregating resources to increase scalability in terms of performance, capacity and ease of management. While not as popular as server clusters, clustering is growing in popularity as a way to enhance the scaling capabilities of storage.
Myths persist that clustered storage is only applicable to high performance compute bandwidth in intensive large shared NAS file systems found in research labs. However the reality is much different.
Download this presentation to learn more about clustering, including:
- Clustered storage attributes for performance, availability, modularity and capacity
- How different clustered storage implementations vary in performance capabilities
- Why clustered storage is a good fit for small as well as large organizations
- How virtualization and clustered storage enhance performance and tiered storage
- And much more
Founder, Senior Consulting Analyst,
The StorageIO Group
- Storage Decisions sponsored by Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
- 14 May 2007
- 11 May 2007