sponsored by Dell, Inc.
Posted:  30 Nov 2010
Published:  30 Nov 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The claims of storage vendors vary widely, and this is certainly the case among iSCSI vendors, where architectures and capabilities can be very different. Some iSCSI vendors bring complex (perhaps overly complex) multi-node failover mechanisms and more to the table, complicating head-to-head comparisons. Dell has long claimed that the EqualLogic storage family flies in the face of this trend—that EqualLogic SAN solutions leverage tried and true internal capabilities to deliver distinctly better ease of use and performance without requiring convoluted or time-consuming configuration efforts. And, they claim, they’ve integrated these proven capabilities into a comprehensive storage infrastructure—based on their elastic pool technology—that also delivers more scalability than their competitors. In this report Taneja Group sets out to examine Dell’s differentiation in the midst of a crowded and rapidly growing field.






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