Essential Guide to SAN Implementation
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Virtual machines and their inherent flexibility have made providing storage in a virtual server world more complex than it used to be. Numerous virtual servers on one physical machine can mean throughput bottlenecks, which can affect application performance. And the movement of VMs from one physical machine to another means that storage provisioning needs to keep track of such shifts.

At the same time, the demands of server virtualisation have made shared storage an almost essential requirement. While virtualised servers have become almost ubiquitous, so has shared storage, and the subject of SAN implementation in virtual server environments figures heavily in this e-guide. Read now to explore:

  • SANs key for virtual servers
  • SAN basics for SMBs
  • SAN deployment
  • Avoiding bottlenecks
  • SAN switch configuration
  • FC SANs for virtual servers
  • iSCSI for virtual servers
  • And more
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